of Power 0 replies
If a person or entity has proven to be abusive or irresponsible with power, then it is the duty of the people, while freedom still prevails, to resist and to ensure that such a person or entity is never entrusted with such power ever again or, at least until they have regained the confidence of the people. Such is the case with today’s Democrat party. Americans have given their lives and blood to liberate people from fascism and Marxism/communism. But now it is unassailable that those oppressive political philosophies now have their home in the Democrat Party. In six months, with the pandemic and nationwide riots,
vapid and disgraceful 0 replies
A weary-sounding Joe Biden, who periodically managed to flog himself into a weak and shrill rage, delivered a singularly awful acceptance speech. When it wasn’t hackneyed, he plagiarized ideas and policies from President Trump and made boasts that were inconsistent with his 48 years in politics, whether as a senator or a vice president. The worst thing about it, though, was that he repeated a vicious, and unforgivable, slander about Trump. Here’s a short list of Biden’s platitudes: Trump is darkness. I am light. FDR was a great president. Help young people by ending Trump’s darkness. America is racist. More darkness, more light.
enrages leftists 1 reply
On Tuesday, President Trump did something that ought to have gladdened feminist hearts throughout the land: he pardoned Susan B. Anthony, who was convicted of voting illegally in the 1872 presidential election. As first- and second-generation feminists know, Anthony was one of the colossi of the suffrage movement in the United States, spending five decades working to get American women the right to vote. Sadly, she didn’t live to see the 19th Amendment pass, having died 14 years before. In addition to being a Suffragette, Anthony was a classical liberal in other ways. At the height of the Civil War, she and her colleague, Elizabeth Cady Stanton,
vote in person’ 11 replies
President Trump on Wednesday pointed to the protests going on around the country calling for racial justice and police reform as a reason why Americans should have to go to the polls in person this November to vote. “IF YOU CAN PROTEST IN PERSON, YOU CAN VOTE IN PERSON!,” Trump wrote on Twitter in all caps. The president has warned that allowing large-scale voting by mail, as many states are opting to do this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, would result in rampant fraud and a rigged election. Speaking at the White House on Tuesday, Trump predicted that “universal voting is going to be a disaster.”
sell $2,700 sweater to undercover cops 13 replies
Undercover cops busted a suspected looter in Chicago, after he tried to sell them a $2,700 designer sweater, according to a report. Melvin Banks, 29, advertised the Brunello Cucinelli swag for sale online, which was seen by a staffer at the Italian luxury brand’s looted Windy City store, prosecutors said, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Banks was arrested after undercover cops arranged to pay $800 for the stolen item — one that clearly impressed the judge at his first court hearing Wednesday, the paper noted. “I don’t know how a $2,000 sweater feels, but it must be immaculate,” Cook County Judge John Lyke Jr. told the hearing, according to the report.
Republican Party Is Now the Party of
Deranged Bigots?’ 26 replies
Wednesday on CNN’s “The Lead,” anchor Jake Tapper asked former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) if it was “possible that the Republican Party is now the party of deranged bigots.” Tapper asked, “In the last week or so, you were talking about the future of the Republican Party, if Trump wins or if he doesn’t. In the last week or so, two completely unhinged conspiracy theorists, both of them complete bigots as well, have won Republican congressional nominations, Marjorie Taylor Greene in Georgia in a Republican district and Laura Loomer in Florida in a district that leans Democratic.” “President Trump has praised both of them,
Dangerous and Inexcusable 3 replies
When science is being characterized as “right-wing” because it doesn’t fit the Democrats’ and the media’s preferred COVID-19 narrative, we are living in a dangerous world. The mental and physical health of millions of Americans is on the line, and the media wants to play politics with what kind of information you can read. Take the case of Dr. James Todaro. He was a member of America’s Frontline Doctors, the group that went to Washington, D.C., to try and cut through the panic porn being pushed by the media. After sharing their experience with early outpatient treatment with HCQ, zinc, and azithromycin,
Neck of American Democracy’ 24 replies
Ever since the police killing of George Floyd, Democrats have attempted to blame the Republicans and President Donald Trump of somehow abetting police brutality in general or Derek Chauvin, the police officer who put his knee on the neck of George Floyd, in particular. On Monday, former Vice President Al Gore took it one step further. He accused Trump of doing to “democracy” what Chauvin did to George Floyd. This seemed more than a little ironic, given Gore’s own history with military ballots from overseas. Speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Gore said, “Americans understand, Anderson, that during a pandemic, there are lots of older voters
‘Professional Kidnapper’ T-Shirts 7 replies
The Prescott Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS) is down to only one child-abuse investigator after having to fire at least eight others for wearing t-shirts that say “Professional Kidnapper” on them and posting the photos on Facebook. The terminated child-welfare employees had these shirts made up with the phrase “Do you know where your children are?” in bright pink as a “joke” that no one who has battled DCS for custody of their children thought was funny. The agency has not released the exact number of investigators who were fired—news reports say “multiple” individuals were canned.
Transgender Women From Participating
In Female Athletics 20 replies
temporarily halting a state law that prohibits transgender girls and women from competing in female athletics, The Idaho Statesman reported. Nye’s ruling will allow transgender girls and women to participate in women’s sports this upcoming fall at colleges and in secondary schools as the lawsuit proceeds, the Statesman reported. Republican Idaho Gov. Bradley Little signed “The Fairness In Women’s Sports Act” on March 30, limiting female athletics in the state to biological females. Two female track stars in Idaho previously stated their support for the law, saying that they unfairly lost to a biologically male athlete who identifies as a transgender woman.
brother, to take place on Friday 3 replies
President Trump said he intends to hold his younger brother Robert Trump’s funeral at the White House on Friday, telling reporters it would be “a great honor” to the late executive. “We may do just a small service right here in the White House for my brother,” Trump said on the White House South Lawn on Monday after Robert died in Manhattan on Saturday at the age of 71. “I think it would be a great honor to him. I think he’d be greatly honored. He loved our country. He loved our country so much. He would be so proud of what we were doing
the pandemic 6 replies
The coronavirus pandemic is grounding Joe Biden’s campaign. The former vice president’s campaign team hasn’t booked any air travel, leaving no need to lease a plane to jet around the country for political rallies, Axios reported on Monday. With many swing states limiting the sizes of public gatherings, the Biden campaign is betting that adhering to health guidelines paves a path to the presidency. It also allows Biden, who will accept the Democratic presidential nomination at a convention being held virtually, to contrast himself with President Trump, who will be flying on Air Force One for campaign hangar rallies in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Arizona this week.