It's certainly a rough life where you get to attend black tie dinners and eat at fancy restaurants on a regular basis.
Just imagine the difficulties of having to struggle through that while being black.
Well, President Obama and the first lady finally stopped holding back (like they ever did) and vented to People magazine about all the bias they've faced as a wealthy non-white couple.
First off, Barry has in the past had trouble catching a cab. As everyone knows, that only happens if you're Read more [...]
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Liberals keep touting the Obama recovery, but if Obama gets credit for the economy why not blame him for income gap?
We are told over and over again that Barack Obama deserves credit for the economic growth that is allegedly happening. So, if he is the one whom we should thank for this economy, shouldn’t we also hold him responsible for the growing income gap under his presidency?
The L.A. Times reports, “Wealth gap in America widens to record level, report says.”
Using the latest Read more [...]
Neighbors using their guns to protect neighbors from crime are simply doing good police work.
One might call this “vigilante justice” but that would be a mistake. It is simply self-protection that was at work in this incident reported by the Daily Mail: “CITIZENS' ARREST: Moment burglarized family 'captured intruders at gunpoint after passing them in the street as they were on the way back from ANOTHER break-in'”
The victims of a burglary captured their alleged intruders after spotting Read more [...]
Good manners and presumption of innocence are out, social media searching is in.
How to know what to expect from strangers is an age-old problem. One of the human customs that evolved to address the issue is the concept and practice of good manners. The shaking of hands, for example, meant that you were both offering your primary sword hand to a potential opponent. It is too bad that manners seem to be declining in society, but it is up to leaders to slow and perhaps reverse that decline in Read more [...]
As a school punishment a blind student was forced to used a pool noodle.
If, for some reason, you need more evidence, here is another piece of data that supports the thesis that our public institutions are ruled by idiots.
My local Fox 2 station reports: “School punishes blind child by taking away cane and replacing it with a pool noodle.”
Parents are outraged after they say an elementary school punished their blind child by replacing his cane with a pool noodle.
Dakota Nafzinger Read more [...]
A child was suspended from school for possessing a spent shell casing.
According to the Chanute Tribune, Chanute Elementary School is doing a grand job educating students that they live under the thumb of an anti-boy, anti-rationality police state.
[See also, “Massachusetts Educrats Lose Minds over Students’ Hobby.”]
The boy made the mistake of bringing a spent shell casing to the school to show his friends.
A student at Chanute Elementary School was suspended last week over possession Read more [...]
Barack Obama has tried to avoid executive orders in order to obscure how much of a dictatorial President he is.
Back in July, when President Obama was giving a speech in Austin, Texas, he defended himself from the charge that he was a dictatorial president:
The truth is, even with all the actions I've taken this year, I'm issuing executive orders at the lowest rate in more than 100 years. So it's not clear how it is that Republicans didn't seem to mind when President Bush took more executive Read more [...]
It is rather amazing that CNBC admits that we have a baby shortage.
The conservative “alternative media” has warned about the demographic implosion that is starting. Colleges are beginning to feel it. But we rarely find the mainstream media acknowledging the problem. So I was pleasantly shocked to find CNBC published this editorial by Jake Novak: “We need more babies! Seriously, this is a problem.”
We just learned that the U.S. birthrate fell for the sixth straight year in 2013 to Read more [...]
More terrorist attacks around the world, and once again our leaders deny a link between terror and Islam.
We live in a world where Christians get sued for praying in public, for putting a crucifix on your desk or even, as in the case of one fire station, putting up a "Happy Birthday, Jesus" sign during the Christmas season.
You don't have to travel far to hear complaints and even the most outrageous lies about Christians: Christians are trying to take away other people's religious rights, Christians Read more [...]
The NASA tower was built and then mothballed, never used.
Jesus once told a parable:
For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it? Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is not able to finish, all who see it begin to mock him, saying, “This man began to build and was not able to finish.” (Luke 14:28-30 ESV).
What does this have to do with NASA? The agency decided to build a tower and finish it, even Read more [...]
Once again we find banks gambling—taking risks at the expense of the public.
Because 2008-09 was so much fun... let's do it, again!!
Hey, aren't you glad John Boehner and his buddies passed that $1.1-trillion spending bill, which also reportedly included a gift to the biggest banks, allowing them to place their riskiest financial casino bets under the protection of government guarantees?
Now, they're back to their old tricks in the lending game, too, because they've learned all so Read more [...]
What should hope and change really mean?
“Free health care!” “Free cell phones!” “I don’t have to make my car payment any more!” Such were the excited ravings that accompanied the political slogan/promise of “Hope and Change.” Really? Is that all hope and change amounts to…more “free stuff”? Given the opportunity, what would you hope for…for yourself, your family, for America? If you were “King of America” what changes would you make? You may protest Read more [...]