Category: Politics - page 2

Elections, Journalism, Tea Party

Give it a Rest

Please, James White, in trying to sympathize with Al Mohler’s constituency problems (video link, apx: 33:00)  it doesn’t do any good to lament his problems with “buildings named after slaveholders.”  George Washington was a slaveholder. George Whitefield owned slaves. We can celebrate the end of slavery without detracting from the achievements of those caught up..

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Zuck the Schmuck..

This sort of Thing.. Honestly, this is one of the things that frosts me the most about a Facebook jailing.  It’s not just that you can’t post content, although that’s bad.  You aren’t even given the courtesy of communicating with your friends, either on Facebook, or off it.  There’s no — “would you like to..

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We Win A Battle — Now On To The War!

The Government Will Buy Your Chalkboard.. ..As Long As You Forfeit The Bill of Rights Wrong. Our lawsuit against Claremont School district, (background here) filed by Thomas Eastmond’s Firm, has prevailed in its first big test. A federal judge has ruled today that.. “..the Court finds Riley has standing to pursue his claims.” “..the private..

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What I learned from Don Lemon

“It’s not the same when we do it” On modern American race relations, I have come to realize I have been too innocent, linear and naïve.  I always thought it was a straightforward reality: never judge an individual and certainly never discriminate against an individual based on their broader associations – race, religion, ethnic group,..

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Jim Crow for White Daddies

The Content of Our Character? I find this startling: polite company, these days, apparently allows you to make sweeping, racist commentary about white men over fifty. A few years ago, I thought this was just the shrew-cackle of some far left feminists with daddy issues, engaging in the sort of edgy racism that would go..

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Walk Out, Tune Out..

You can ask, I guess.. Against my better judgment, I engaged a young “walk-out” correspondent on Facebook.  I couldn’t help noticing a striking similarity to a conversation I had with an “Occupy” couple a few years ago. In both cases, the young, earnest protesters were unapologetic for having no idea what they were talking about. ..

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