• The Religion of Racism

    The Religion of Racism

    Obama once called slavery, “America’s original sin”. Jim Wallis, a member of Obama’s White House Faith Council, has a book out titled, “America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege“.

    Accusations of sinfulness usually tell us more about the values of the accuser than the accused.

    If racism is America’s original sin, then its redemption lies in anti-racism. For liberal theologians, Christian and Jewish, who no longer believe in the traditional biblical sins, racism is a godsend. It provides the moral drama of damnation and redemption, confession and absolution, in a way that is compatible with the larger secular culture and their own political ambitions.

  • California Hits High In Social Diseases & Social Justice

    California Hits High In Social Diseases & Social Justice

    California is becoming a one-party STD state.

    As recently as 2010, California’s governor, lieutenant governor, and state treasurer were all Republicans. Now Democrats hold every statewide elected office. In 2010 there were 19 Republican U.S. House members in the state. Now there are 14. In 2010 there were 15 Republicans in the State Senate and 32 in the State Assembly. Those numbers are now down to 13 and 25. The losing Republican presidential nominees each won 37 percent of the popular vote in California, in 2008 and 2012. The winning Republican presidential nominee took 31 percent of the vote in California in 2016.

  • The Media's Conspiracy Theories Are Becoming More Senseless

    The Media’s Conspiracy Theories Are Becoming More Senseless

    Conspiracy theories follow a very predictable pattern. They assemble factoids, string them together as innuendo that signals something, but without quite saying what.

    You can see it in this CNN story that’s making the rounds.

    At least eight alt-right website domain names were registered to Columbus Nova, the company that paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, according to internet records reviewed by CNN.


    Frederick Intrater said in a statement that he used his own money to purchase the domains with the intention of later selling them for profit. He said he does not support white supremacy and added that he is Jewish and the son of a Holocaust survivor.”I subsequently thought better of the idea of selling domain names which obviously now have connotations that are inconsistent with my moral beliefs,” the statement reads, adding, “I never told my brother or anyone else at Columbus Nova that I had done this.” Intrater said he did not use the alt-right domain names before they expired.

  • Feminism Loses Its Last Brain Cell

    Feminism Loses Its Last Brain Cell

    The left’s race to the bottom is very consistent. It always and ever goes down.

    A Cornell University senior stripped to her bra and underwear during her thesis presentation — and got two dozen others to join in — to protest her professor’s contention the week before that her clothing was inappropriate.


    Letitia Chai led the revealing demonstration Saturday during her “Acting in Public: Performance in Everyday Life” class to stand up “against oppressive beliefs,” she said in a Facebook Live video of the event.


    It came days after her professor, Rebekah Maggor, questioned whether the denim cutoff shorts Chai was wearing during a test run of the presentation were too short.

  • The Incredible Chutzpah Of Obama's Iran Statement

    The Incredible Chutzpah Of Obama’s Iran Statement

    Obama has yet to answer a single question about his meeting with anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. But after President Trump pulled out of his failed Iran nuke scam, the disgraced former president objected to the move.

    “Walking away from the JCPOA turns our back on America’s closest allies,” Obama posted. “In a democracy, there will always be changes in policies and priorities from one Administration to the next. But the consistent flouting of agreements that our country is a party to risks eroding America’s credibility, and puts us at odds with the world’s major powers.”

    The nerve. The chutzpah, as they say in his least favorite country.

  • The Real Border Problem Is Bigger Than A Wall

    The Real Border Problem Is Bigger Than A Wall

    The invading caravan from Central America finally reached the United States. Some members of the caravan crossed the border illegally and were arrested. Others may have made it through undetected.

    Still, others openly applied for asylum and had their applications processed at the San Ysidro port of entry at the border. They were selected by the radical anti-American group, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, as the best representatives of their invasion of the United States. Others just headed straight for the hills.

    The Goat Canyon area has one of the biggest gaps and is a popular crossing spot for illegal migrants. There’s an 8-foot tall fence in poor condition and a woefully incomplete secondary fence.

  • Starbucks Fights Racism - Bows To Anti-Semitism

    Starbucks Fights Racism – Bows To Anti-Semitism

    When a Philadelphia Starbucks manager called the police after two black men refused to leave, the chain of events ended with the burnt taste of the overpriced coffee chain colluding with anti-Semitism.

    Starbucks reacted to the brief arrest by blaming the police, but Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross, who is African-American, initially said that his officers, “did absolutely nothing wrong”. But then he was forced to offer a bewildering apology to the arrested men, the officers and the entire city.

    “It is me who in large part made most of the situation worse than it was,” he announced.

    But that wasn’t Ross.

  • Logan Act Violation: John Kerry Colludes With Iran Against US

    Logan Act Violation: John Kerry Colludes With Iran Against US

    Remember when Senator Tom Cotton sending a warning letter to Iran was denounced as a Logan Act violation? Secretary of State, whose entire career has been one long Logan Act violation, threw in his two cents.

    “My reaction to the letter was utter disbelief,” Kerry said. “During my 29 years here in the Senate, I have never heard of, nor even heard of it being proposed, anything comparable to this. If I had, I can guarantee you no matter what the issue and no matter who was president, I would have certainly rejected it.”


    “Nobody is questioning anybody’s right to dissent,” Kerry added.

  • Trump's International Art Of The Deal

    Trump’s International Art Of The Deal

    It’s really not that complicated.

    But President Trump’s Syria strikes have reopened the debate over what defines his foreign policy. Is he an interventionist or an isolationist? Foreign policy experts claim that he’s making it up as he goes along.

    But they’re not paying attention.

    President Trump’s foreign policy has two consistent elements. From threatening Kim Jong-Un on Twitter to moving the embassy to Jerusalem to bombing Syria, he applies pressure and then he disengages.

    Here’s how that works.

    First, Trump pressures the most intransigent and hostile side in the conflict. Second, he divests the United States from the conflict leaving the relevant parties to find a way to work it out.

  • The Mueller Coup Bill Is A Threat To The Constitution

    The Mueller Coup Bill Is A Threat To The Constitution

    The Mueller coup bill which got out of the Senate Judiciary Committee has troubling implications even far beyond the politics of the moment.

    The idea of an independent prosecutor has always been controversial.

    Far too much power has already shifted away to the unelected officials of the judiciary and away from officials elected by voters.

    Democrats turned on the idea after the Starr-Clinton era, but now they would like to make the special counsel into a permanent institution at the discretion of any friendly federal judge.

    The bill doesn’t just empower an endless coup effort by Mueller and his team of Clinton/Obama allies.

  • Bernie Sanders' "Jobs For All" Is Nothing But Slavery

    Bernie Sanders’ “Jobs For All” Is Nothing But Slavery

    Jobs for all inevitably reduces everyone to slavery, wiping out the free market while mobilizing the entire population as a slave labor force to be plugged into the government’s various schemes.

    Democrats of a certain age suffer from incurable New Deal nostalgia.

    They dream longingly of a new CCC and NRA (not that one).

    And Bernie has an even more obvious nostalgia for socialist experiments, especially those in Communist countries.

    And after getting popular pushing free college for everyone, why not free jobs for everyone? Somebody’s gotta employ all those college grads.

    The Soviet Union did indeed have jobs for everyone.

  • Big Banks Target The Bill Of Rights

    Big Banks Target The Bill Of Rights

    The American people lent $45 billion to Bank of America during the bailout. That bailout came with a hefty $100 billion guarantee against losses on toxic assets.

    That money came from American taxpayers. It came from gun owners and non-gun owners.

    But Bank of America has warned that it will refuse to lend money to manufacturers of “assault-style guns.” It had previously announced it was edging away from the coal business to fight global warming.

    Citigroup got $476 billion in cash and guarantees: the most of any bank. Now Citibank is repaying the generosity of the American people by requiring its clients to impose their own gun control policies on their stores.

  • The Media's War On The First Amendment

    The Media’s War On The First Amendment

    The media took a brief break from its campaign against the Sinclair Media Group to go after the National Enquirer. The two don’t have anything in common except the perception of being pro-Trump.

    In the good old days, going after rival media outlets meant writing nasty things about them. But these days the media doesn’t write nasty things for the sake of writing them. It writes nasty things to get someone fired, investigated or imprisoned. And that’s what its Sinclair and Enquirer stories are about.

    CNN, the Washington Post and the New York Times had wasted barrels of ink and pixels, to warn that Trump’s criticism of their media outlets represented a grave threat to the First Amendment.

  • Another Election Conspiracy Theory Bites The Dust

    Another Election Conspiracy Theory Bites The Dust

    In the middle of March, The Guardian, a British lefty tabloid, rolled out a fake scandal that has dominated the media. Its original article claimed that Christopher Wylie, a “whistleblower”, had revealed how Cambridge Analytica, the company he had worked for, had helped Trump win by illegitimately harvesting large amounts of Facebook data and then exploiting it to target users.

    The story has since fallen apart in every conceivable way that a story is capable of falling apart.

    Obama’s people had also harvested data from Facebook friends. “We ingested the entire U.S. social graph,” his media analytics guru had boasted.

  • Obama Holdover Accused of Corruption Approved Trump Lawyer Raid

    Obama Holdover Accused of Corruption Approved Trump Lawyer Raid

    The inmates are running the asylum and locking up the guards.

    When the media first began to spin the raid on the president’s lawyer, they claimed that it had been approved by a Trump appointee. Of course, it hadn’t. It came from Rosenstein on one end. And Trump’s appointee had recused himself. That left his deputy, an Obama holdover.

    Robert Khuzami. And there are reports that he allegedly made the decision.

    Khuzami was in charge of SEC enforcement under Obama. He did speak at the RNC convention in ’04 in support of the Patriot Act and donated to McCain in ’08.

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