The Sordid History of Ed Markey
Democratic Congressman Ed Markey won his party’s primary to fill John Kerry’s vacant seat, but there’s a few things you should know about him. First, he ran for congress in 1976 on a platform against the court-ordered busing of Boston’s schools. At the time, the public schools in Boston were ordered to desegregate, and white and black students were forcibly bused to each others districts – which | Read More »
NC NAACP President Compares Republicans to George Wallace (A Democrat)
On yesterday’s edition of “All In with Chris Hayes” we were greeted with narrative creation at its finest as host Chris Hayes attempted to define the arguments in favor of Voter Identification laws in North Carolina as merely the spoils of victory as opposed to any type of actual reasoned position. HAYES: If a skeptical person looks at what’s going on in north carolina and | Read More »
The Busch League Campaign of Elizabeth COLBERT!!!!! Busch Goes Straight to Race Baiting
Elizabeth COLBERT Busch, who if you must know is like OMG Becky she’s Stephen Colbert’s sister!!!!!!!!!!!!!, is taking money from groups who are opposed to Boeing making the 787 in South Carolina. That’s not playing well. She tried to deflect it by pointing out Mark Sanford got contributions from the same unions. Except . . . well . . . it was actually Sanford Bishop | Read More »
Destruction of the Liberal Arts Part II
When I wrote the first Destruction of the Liberal Arts article I did not think it was going to develop into a recurring series. In the first installment, I wrote about how a student was being verbally assaulted by a professor, and other members of the class, on the 11th anniversary of 9/11 for memorializing the victims. You can read that article here. Recently, I | Read More »
Rangel-ing guns, voting rights and is South Brooklyn still racist?
Riots have raged for the last three days in Brooklyn in response to the death of a young black man, who allegedly aimed at pistol at police, from a shot in the back. Arguing for federal gun control laws in January, to mirror those that have obtained in the Empire State for decades, Democrat Congressman Charlie Rangel argued that: “…some of the southern areas have cultures that we have | Read More »
Is Voting Rights Act Protection a legal entitlement Supreme Court Must Overturn
The U.S. Supreme Court must move with all deliberate speed to put an end to this continued imbalance of equal justice for all Americans. Equal justice under the law does not mean more justice for some and less for others. The court must remove this law as a useful tool for liberals who seek office and want to drum up the ghosts of past injustices long buried.
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The Job Killers Insist You Hire Criminals
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released Enforcement Guidance in April, 2012 saying that employers who rely too heavily on criminal background checks to screen potential employees may violate the Civil Rights Act. Meanwhile, the President and his economic team want to saddle employers with a minimum wage increase, which will make those with a criminal record even less attractive to hire. Making it harder to | Read More »
VIDEO: MSNBC Contributor Decries Hateful “Crackers”
MSNBC Contributor Karen Finney used a racial slur recently while discussing immigration reform and the Latino response to the issue. Not surprisingly, no one on the panel she was featured in even seemed to notice her language. Said Finney: We saw in droves, you know, the Latino community moving over to the Democratic Party, largely because of the tone. And you had even Republicans in | Read More »
What Did Margaret Sanger Think about Abortion?
Yesterday, January 22nd, 2013, is the anniversary of a date that should live in infamy. It was the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion throughout the United States. At the forefront of the pro-abortion movement stands Planned Parenthood. Margaret Sanger, the organization’s founder, has a reputation as both a racist and eugenicist, but her words on abortion might surprise people. | Read More »
MLK’s Arsenal & The Racist Roots of Gun Control in the U.S.
Martin Luther King, Jr., known for peaceful resistance, at the same time recognized the importance of gun ownership for self-defense. King understood the risks involved in being an outspoken civil rights leader, living in Jim Crow era Alabama, and took measures to protect himself, his family and others around him. King was a gun owner. In fact, he had a few guns–one visitor to the | Read More »
Racism is a Joke
Demonizing is an invisible force that feeds on hate and ignorance. It is usually initiated by clever strategists who then manipulate viewers and constituents to “run with it” like a herd of dumb animals. They need the herd, but they need them to stay within the fence. I am sick of all the documentaries, books, and MSNBC shows that are hell-bent on “informing” people about | Read More »
Colin Powel on MTP
Where is GOP response to him calling party a bunch of racists. Where is Tim Scott reminding voters that the GOP ended Slavery and reminding said voters the Dems are party of KKK?Where is Susan Martinez asking about lack of Democratic Hispanic Governors. I just had good friend who is Republican, but low information voter Rush keeps mentioning tell me he saw Lincoln and did | Read More »
If either’s a “token”, it’s Barack Obama, not Tim Scott
Unqualified failure is the surest sign of a “token”, which precisely defines the Obama Economy Cries of “Uncle Tom” and “race trait” issued from liberal Democrats’ lips, attacking S.C. Governor Nikki Haley’s choice to fill the U.S. Senate seat of Jim DeMint, before the press conference announcing the choice of Rep. Tim Scott was over. Consider, for example, The New Yorker’s take on the decision of the | Read More »
Liberal Racism is Apparently Ok
I don’t think liberals are actually racist. I don’t think liberals intend to perpetuate racism. The reality is, intentional or not, liberals are guilty of racism. I’m sure if you were to ask a liberal, they’d be aghast at the assertion. Yet, when a liberal applies different standards to a liberal minority than is applied to a conservative minority, it’s certainly something. It’s important to set | Read More »
In Defense of John McCain
During President Obama’s first press conference after his re-election, the president quickly went on the offense against Senator John McCain’s questioning of the Benghazi catastrophe. While McCain is doing all he can to bring the questions about the event to the public fore so that such a tragedy will never happen again, President Obama thinks that the Senator has more malicious intentions; chief among them | Read More »