Category Archives: Current Affairs

Guardian Unintentionally Admits That Democrat Policies Are Bad For Blacks

The UK Guardian, a hotbed of leftist politics, thinks they have something in an article on “gun violence.” They four authors, who probably did all their research online rather than heading into the actual dangerous areas, say that to fix it, you have to go local. And here’s what we get The map of America’s […]

Obama Still Trying To Push His Gender Confused Requirements In Schools

He’s already lost in court with his earlier guidance on how schools should accommodate and pander to the tiny number of kids who believe they’re gender confused (which was a thinly veiled threat from Obama’s Executive Office), now he wants to continue the push (Daily Caller) The U.S. Department of Justice has asked a federal […]

Chicago Torture Victim Keeps Asking Why His Friend Would Do This To Him

If you thought the Chicago torture story wasn’t bad enough, add this heartbreaker (UK Daily Mail) The aunt of a special needs teenager who was tortured for hours by four friends has told DailyMail.com that he was unable to speak about the attack – other than to repeatedly ask why a friend he idolized had […]

Haters Paint “F*** You White American” In Raleigh

Can’t you just feel the tolerance oozing from Liberals? "F*** You White American" — Obscenities Spray Painted on N. Raleigh Community Signs, Bridges https://t.co/yzohCzCzRn #NCpol #NCCrime — A.P. Dillon (@APDillon_) January 5, 2017 From the article by AP Dillon Citizens woke up this morning to find obscenities spray painted outside the Bedford community in North […]

Washington Post: Say, This Castro Guy Was Pretty Darned Brutal And Bad For Cubans

One can usually rely on the Editorial Board of the Washington Post to be very much in sync with the pulse of the Progressive (nice fascist) left, which makes this editorial piece notable. While so many Progressives are extolling the virtue of Fidel Castro, such as Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Green Party candidate Jill […]

Executive Power: What Obama’s Pen Giveth, Trump’s Sharpie And Twitter Can Take Away

In the immediate aftermath of Trump’s historic win, Sean Dean wrote a piece about 10 things that will be cool again. Things like making jokes about the president, gridlock and obstruction, war protests, and, get this executive power. A Trump presidency will do wonders in restoring beliefs in limits on executive power. The unitary executive […]

California Woman Facing Jail For Selling Food Online Should Invoke The Comey Exclusion

From the Big Government loving Republik Of California, we see that minor things will get you in big trouble (Fox News) A Northern California woman is facing potential jail time after she joining a Facebook food group and sold some of the meals she cooked online, which county officials say is illegal. San Joaquin County […]

Major Things That Concern People: Selfies While Voting

Welcome to 2016 (NJ.com) The state lawmaker looking to lift the ban on ballot selfies says New Jerseyans who want to post photos from the voting booth shouldn’t be too worried come Election Day. But the prohibition remains law. Last month, State Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) introduced a bill that would legalize the practice of […]

NY Times Is Rather Upset That Girls Are Used To Fight The Gender Confused Push

This is one of the lead opinion pieces in the NY Times today, and is proof that those highlighting that girls and women are being negatively affected by the transgender push, especially in schools. Writer Alexandra Brodsky seems a bit upset Don’t Use Girls as Props to Fight Trans Rights Last month, a Minnesota federal […]

Surprise: Minnesota Supreme Court Determines That BB Guns Are Not, In Fact, Firearms

Seriously, this had to go to court to be recognized (Star Tribune)  The Minnesota Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a felon sentenced to five years in prison for the possession of a small BB gun, ruling Wednesday that the air-powered weapon is not a firearm. Though the decision vacates the conviction upheld by the […]

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