Tag Archives: Leftism

“The media is complicit if they keep inciting, as opposed to informing.”


This isn’t some Alt-Right nut. This is coming from a Congressman representing a district in Michigan, Jack Bergman.



I love Between Two Ferns.



I am not a big fan of the sycophantic political ones, though these are often not terrible. There are good moments in every single episode. But the ones that are not political are amazingly hilarious. Like the one with Steve Carell. And Will Ferrell. And Conan. And Jennifer Aniston. I wish Zach would do more of ’em.


This is the face of tolerance?

The preachy Hollywood crowd is going rabid.


I am beginning to really hate Hollywood and what it represents. Mental illness, and that’s what transgenderism is, needs to be treated not embraced. There are two genders, not three or four or forty.

Men trying to become women, and vice versa, is a disturbing trend. Living in Seattle, I have a few friends who are going down this road. Most are men trying to be feminine for whatever reason. Quite frankly I don’t care. If that’s your thing, then fine. But why drag me into it?

It’s fairly easy to play dress up and wear makeup. It makes you stand out from the crowd, and today it is celebrated. We must be accepting of everything, except traditionalism and conservatism, of course.

But going all the way is another story. I’d like to see some data on how many trans men go through with castration.

Obviously there is something wrong. But no one dares broach the subject or forever be deemed a bigot.

Being confused about your gender isn’t something to embrace.


Taking Advantage

Of a Homeless Woman

They claimed to care. They didn’t. They had an agenda — an unholy, abominable one. To legalize a lucrative, but lurid business — the abortionist trade.

“At that time, I was a street person. I lived, worked, and panhandled out on the streets. My totally powerless circumstance made it easy for them to use me. My presence was a necessary evil. My real interests were not their concern.” — Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court case in which a majority of the justices declared a right to kill the unborn.

Her real name? Norma McCorvey. And she spent years trying to undo what had been declared in her interest. She died on Saturday.

This quote makes me refocus on Margaret Sanger, the founding of Planned Parenthood, and the eugenics movement. It’s so creepy and stealthy, the effort to eliminate the poor by killing them off before they’re even born.

Their using her like this reminds of rape and rapists. It is no different.


“It’s a total utter lie that police shootings are a major cause of black deaths.” — Ben Stein

The police are the heroes

Ben Stein writing at the American Spectator gives us some perspective and numbers on the police and the state of black culture in America.

“It’s a total utter lie that police shootings are a major cause of black deaths.”

Most are suicides, sadly.

“The huge majority of the rest are black-on-black gang and drug related shootings.”

That’s the major, underlying issue here: the lack of courage within the black community to confront what really plagues their neighborhoods. It’s the crime, the violence, the drugs.

“The Obama clique makes no effort at all to rein in these gangs. The gangs kill and no one proposes any laws about it at all.”

President Obama has been much a president. Sure, he’s won two elections. He’s held the office. But he has been everything but presidential. He has shown virtually no leadership on these and other critical issues.

“There is a giant super crisis among blacks: Violence. Drugs. The collapse of the family. Pitiful education. Low participation in the labor force. None of this is caused by the police.”

Federal, state and local leaders must begin to address the collapse of the black family and their communities.



There’s nothing quite like indoctrinating young kids & at school no less.


The indoctrination of kids is a time honored tradition. From the Soviets and the Nazis to Islamic State, it’s proved very popular through the ages. Schools, particularly the public ones, are often where it takes place. Leftist activists aren’t doing these children any favors with the victimization propaganda of the Black Lives Matter movement.


Buy a shirt or the bunny gets it!


How dare you, Organizing for America! How dare you threaten a cute, little bunny rabbit!

And in the attempt to sell crap to Americans who usually demand freebies!

Healthcare for all!

Contraception for all!

Abortion for all!

Shouldn’t the swag be free, too?

Oh, the irony.

At least there’s free shipping. Is it really free though? Gotta spend more than forty bucks.

What a revealing lesson in liberalism.

The healthcare, the abortions, the condoms et al aren’t really free. There is a cost associated with all, often more than just monetary.

Ceding power to the government means less power for the people. And, of course, someone, no matter what they say, has to pay the bill.

What this very commercial propaganda campaign really looks to accomplish, based on the merchandise available, is to pressure the spineless Senate Republicans into confirming Judge Garland to succeed Justice Scalia.


P.S. No one threatened to harm the bunny, by the way. I just made that part up.

Moron Republicans Abound


Fear is a big motivator in Republican circles these days. Fear of being labeled obstructionist is one of the primary .

Rather than stand on principle, and fight the continuing tilt into statism, too often Republican officeholders have been more concerned with how they are perceived and portrayed.


Included among these fools are Sen. Thom Tillis of Mississippi and the leader of the Colorado Senate, a fella named Bill Cadman.

Speaking of cads, there are way too many to list here. Most have been in Washington too long.

The latest round in the culture wars is the fight to fill Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court. And the Establishment Republicans wonder why Trump is doing so well on the campaign trail.

If they refuse to stand and fight against the leftists, then more and more folks will abandon the GOP and embrace populists such as Donald Trump, even with his many flaws and inadequacies.

It’s such a sad state of affairs that Trump is apparently the best candidate in the Republican field.

Republicans must remember the lessons learned and taught by Bill Buckley:

“A conservative is someone who stands athwart history, yelling Stop, at a time when no one is inclined to do so, or to have much patience with those who so urge it.”