Police State? Pfaw! We don’t live in a police state – spend some time in Saudi Arabia if you think that (yes, we’re close).
We live in a Moron State. Witness:
Obama “won” the nobel peace prize and then murdered untold hundreds and continues to do so with drone strikes, Bruce Jenner “won” woman of the year, if a single microscopic single-cell organism were found on Mars scientists would declare that life existed there but a fetus with its own unique DNA “isn’t a life or person”, Hillary is the “most admired woman”, Islam is “the religion of peace” that stones women to death for having sex, throws gay people to their death and declares there will be no peace until all convert to Islam, if a guy “identifies” as female he should be allowed into the girls restroom/locker room, global warming is “the greatest threat to our country”, if you don’t like Obama you’re ‘racist’ even though he’s half white but Ben Carson is a “house slave” and that’s ok.Continue reading →
This is a story that unfolded on Facebook. It is told here through reposting parts of a comment thread. The disregard and unawareness of American Rights shown through this thread are repulsive. What is somewhat difficult to decide is: Which is more repulsive, the attitude of the police, or of the Citizen’s responding? It all starts with this News Report:
Since the New York Times is running this story and I feel very strongly about it, I’m going to address it here.
A couple of them (village idiots) in my Church have been running rampant recently, intent on shaming and forcing my Church into their vision of “Progress” and “Modern Times”. They’ve taken activism and social “issues” and decided that they would force their will onto the millions of members of my Faith. Continue reading →
It seems that, in general, Gen Y’ers have completely shed logic in favor of rhetoric and respect in favor of “male acceptance”.
An article about the “7 stages of dating” for “Gen Y”.
It says the first stage of dating, “Booty Call”, is being on some d-bags list of girls he pings when he wants to have sex. He probably doesn’t even know her name, but apparently, she’s lucky to be on his list.
The 2nd stage, “Friends with Benefits”, is the same except he would nod at you if he passed you in the hall.
In stage 3, “Talking”, he is willing to “talk” with you, if only through text messages.
Stage 4: “Hooking Up”, basically 2 & 3 – now when he pings you because he wants to have sex, he knows what your name is.
5 is finally “Dating” – which just means he’s “putting in time and effort”. Now that you’ve had all this sex, he has decided that you are worthy of some of his other time. Continue reading →
There is a hashtag meme going around – #YesAllWomen – where those posting are speaking out against violence towards women. Of course, it’s gone to the far edges now and includes talking about fairness, equality, extreme feminism, etc.
It is shocking to me that Progressives are clanging their anti-gun garbage cans over the shooting in California a few days ago. The reason I find it shocking is that this incident is TEXTBOOK for why their gun control fantasies do not, will not and can not work.
It does, however, show that these idiots go by a playbook and are perfectly willing to jump on their band-wagon without getting any kind of facts before they start running their mouths: Continue reading →
In a move that makes the Nanny State of California, which already looks absolutely ridiculous to anyone outside the state (and to many inside as well), look completely absurd; their Legislature has passed a new law to ban the state from selling the “Confederate Flag”.
I’ve been following the Count My Vote issue in Utah for a while now. It took me a while to come to understand exactly what the issues/complaints were and why there was an effort to change them. Eventually I came to this conclusion:
Count My Vote is generally supported by two types of people – 1)Political types who have or have access to big money and 2)People who are disenfranchised by the views of the politicians being selected and who believe that in an open primary they would be better represented.
The Caucus System is generally supported by those who 1)Want to see the everyday person, not the elite, have an equal and fair chance at being put in office 2)Believe in a representative form of government vs. a majority rules or democracy. Continue reading →