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Slavery Wasn’t Based Upon Skin Color

Article was originally written for the Racial Policy CenterMychal Massie

Self-limiting pursuits that serve only to retard personal growth and reject modernity have plagued blacks in America uninterrupted, in the form of identity politics, since the collapse of the oppressive eras of subjugated inequality, i.e., slavery, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and Jim Crow laws that were instituted and maintained by the Democrat Party.

No people as a group have been more harmed by the ruthless constructs of identity politics than blacks. I contend that W.E.B. Du Bois, with the admonition of Vladimir Lenin, introduced identity politics at the beginning of the 20th century, and it continues today as an industry – second only to abortion in its destructive effect on blacks.

By Mychal Massie - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

The End of Palestine

Palestine is many things. A Roman name and a Cold War lie. Mostly it’s a justification for killing Jews.

Palestine was an old Saudi-Soviet scam which invented a fake nationality for the Arab clans who had invaded and colonized Israel. This big lie transformed the leftist and Islamist terrorists run by them into the liberators of an imaginary nation. Suddenly the efforts of the Muslim bloc and the Soviet bloc to destroy the Jewish State became an undertaking of sympathetically murderous underdogs.

By Daniel Greenfield - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

Trump Takin’ It to the Left: I’m Lovin’ It!

I received this slick campaign video in my email, titled “How To Resist The Trump Agenda,” and thought it was a joke.  After realizing that the video was for real, I thought, “What the…?!”

Folks, I’ve been a black Tea Party guy from its beginning.  I penned, recorded, and performed “The American Tea Party Anthem” at over 500 Tea Party rallies on 14 national bus tours.

By Lloyd Marcus - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

Jacksonville Rallies Mayor to Veto LGBT Law

JACKSONVILLE, FL—Liberty Counsel released a three-page legal memorandum today proving that Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry can still legally veto the so-called “Human Rights Ordinance” (HRO), 2017-15, passed by the City Council last week. The ordinance is not final law until after the next City Council meeting on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.

By Liberty Counsel - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

In terms of embarrassing conditions, “post-election stress disorder” second only to “Pandora depress

Remember “Avatar?”  James Cameron’s blue-face remake of Dances with Wolves?  It was huge - really huge - back in 2009. For some reason, audiences couldn’t get enough of the preachy, poorly-scripted, special-effects epic. In fact, a certain subset of movie-goers became so wrapped up in the film that that press began writing about waves of global depression.

As the Huffington Post reported at the time, human inability to visit the planet “Pandora” was causing widespread sorrow and suicidal tendencies.

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

DHS dumps Obama immigration policies as new orders expand deportation

Cue the left-wing cries of “racism, roundups, and jack-boot-thuggery” because President Trump has decided it’s time to start enforcing the law again.  He promised increased immigration enforcement on the campaign trail, and now Department of Homeland security chief John F. Kelly has made it official. While the DACA will remain in effect, other Obama-era orders have been rescinded, the pool of deportable-illegals has expanded, and law enforcement is being un-shackled.

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

Trump’s Wall Can Be a Memorial, Too

There’s been a great deal of controversy regarding who is going to pay for Trump’s border wall. The option that’s most popular is sending Mexico a bill. This would require the man Mark Steyn calls “President Piñata” to bring a big check to the groundbreaking ceremony or possibly pay on the installment plan — like rent–to–own furniture in an illegal’s crash pad.

Should the Mexican check not materialize or if it bounces like a jumping bean there are alternatives. Oklahoma has a remittance tax that puts a one percent fee on all wire transfers sent out–of–state. According to the Center for Immigration Studies a similar US tax would mainly fall on illegals and could bring in between one a two billion dollars a year.

By Michael R. Shannon - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

McMaster for National Security Advisor

Front Page Mag: President Trump has selected independent-minded U.S. Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to replace National Security Advisor Mike Flynn who vacated the key White House post last week under a cloud.

The Independent Journal Review said McMaster, who will retain his active military status, would appeal to conservatives, describing him as someone who is “six different kinds of badass.”

By Matthew Vadum - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

Unsung cultural icon dies

BombThrowers: Norma McCorvey, better known as “Jane Roe” of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, died Saturday at 69.

Many people have never heard her real name. Many also don’t know that she never actually had an abortion, or that she regretted her role in launching the abortion infanticide that has killed over 58 million babies since 1973, or that she spent the last 22 years of her life advocating her pro-life position.

In 1969, the 22-year-old McCorvey was living in Texas, unemployed and pregnant for the third time. Texas law forbade abortion except when the mother’s life was in danger. At the urging of two young, activist lawyers, Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee, who wanted to challenge the Texas law, McCorvey used the “Jane Doe” pseudonym when she sued Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade (D).

By James Simpson - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story

George & the Dragon Slayer

The original story of Saint George and the Dragon dates back to the 7th century, the narrative maintaining that in a fictitious town in Libya there lived a king who chose to appease the evil dragon in the town’s lake that was poisoning the countryside. With the agreement of his subjects, the appeasement involved feeding the dragon two sheep every day. But when there were no more sheep, the King’s subjects started feeding their children to the dragon, chosen by lottery.

When one of the lots fell on the king’s daughter, he told the people they could have all his gold and silver and half his kingdom if his daughter were spared, but the people refused. As his daughter walked to the lake to be fed to the dragon, fate intervened—Saint George happened to be riding by.

By Joan Swirsky - Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Full Story
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