Because real blacks are all liberal Democrats.
Yet every week day we continue to send our kids to the nearest brainwashing factory.
My (rhetorical) question is this: Why would a pro-abortion--or, "pro-choice" if you're looking for something more value neutral--advocate like Andrea Mitchell want the issue of life and death to be "value-neutral"?
Here's a little nugget I came across today from Pastor John MacArthur: "They keep saying, 'A school is supposed to be a safe place!' Yeah well so is a womb."
“In the UK, there are 2,034 violent crimes per 100,000 people...the U.S. has a violent crime rate of 466 crimes per 100,000 residents."
Hide your kids, hide your wife.
Fascinating op-ed from a former Chrysler attorney about the impact of carbon emission reduction agendas on auto safety.
Director Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers and JFK are among his many film credits) co-authored a new American history book titled, "The Untold History of the United States," with Peter Kuznick, history professor at American University. They appeared on MSNBC with Martin Bashir today to discuss the book along with Stone's complimentary movie documentary carrying the same title which is now airing on Showtime.
The "untold" thread in Stone's two works is that...wait for it...America is not exceptional--and that all countries are exceptional. Sound familiar? Stone's co-author, Kuznick describes the thesis in "Untold" as an in-depth look at America starting in 1898 with the Spanish American War ending with today's current foreign war campaigns. Stone probably doesn't know any better but Kuznick, being an American-bashing leftist professor (btw is there any other kind?) has without any doubt in my mind read all the original works that follow this American-bashing trajectory beginning with the Old Left and peaking with the New Left lead by the "Wisconsin School" in the 60s and their communist apologist-heads like Herbert Marcuse. No wonder these two turds are firing away at the Marshall Plan. For example, William Appleman Williams' seminal work titled "The Tragedy of American Diplomacy (1959)" follows Stone/Kuznick's thesis to a T. Nothing new under the sun boys. Especially this tired, useless and many-times-failed American-bashing propaganda from leftist scholars and celebrities.
I paused a few moments before posting this because it's a moment probably every parent has dealt with, and if you've been lucky, you haven't had to deal with your child's meltdown in public--let alone right before taking a swearing-in picture with the Speaker of the House. Here's Congressman Richard Hanna (R-NY) with his wife and two kids at today's ceremony with newly re-elected Speaker John Boehner.
Hopefully the Hanna's will be able to laugh at this in the future. At least at their daughter's response.
I'm from the government and I'm here to protect you.
Habeeb at NRO:
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (RG III, as he is known) has a problem. It turns out that some black commentators, and probably some black elites, don’t think he is black enough — because he dared to publicly state that he didn’t want to be judged solely by his skin color as an NFL quarterback.
Last Thursday morning on First Take, ESPN’s Rob Parker uttered a comment for which he was later fired, although he probably only said what some African Americans think but don’t publicly express: “My question is, and it’s just a straight, honest question: Is he a brother, or is he a cornball brother?”
I’d never heard the term before, so I did a quick search and landed at UrbanDictionary.com. Here is the definition I found there:
Cornball brother: An African-American man who chooses not to follow the stereotype . . . life choices include marrying white women, being a Republican, and not being ‘down with the cause.’
UrbanDictionary also lists “corn dog brother” as a related term and gives this example in its definition:
Leroy is a Republican who listens to country music, enjoys golfing on weekends, and drives [an] eco-friendly car. He is a corn dog brother.
I love it when I get an example with my definitions!
It could be a comedy routine on Saturday Night Live — the notion of a black man standing before some kind of Blackness Panel to determine if he’s black enough. What would be the qualifications? Who would the questioners be, and what would they ask? How would the scoring work, and would there be a talent requirement? Singing and dancing, possibly? And an oath of black allegiance at the end?
[...] He is marrying a white woman, and he might be a Republican? That’s automatic disbarment from the Blackness Club. And a lifetime pass to the Cornball Brother Hall of Fame.
[Read it HERE]
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