Monday, July 25, 2016

Thursday, July 21, 2016


"According to Rasmussen: 60 percent of Likely U.S. Voters think race relations are worse since President Obama’s election nearly eight years ago. That’s an 18-point jump from 42 percent in late 2014 and up from 43 percent when we first asked the question in August 2013. Just nine percent believe race relations are better now, little changed from the previous survey, while 28 percent say they have stayed about the same." source

One of the most thought provoking articles stemming from BLM discussions:

Shocking statistics about black slavery liberals will NEVER admit by Allen West


Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Third Party Delusion

For years, Conservatives have lamented the daft Perot voters that handed Bill Clinton the Presidency.

But, here we are.

Johnson can NEVER win, and we all know this.

What he can do is take 11% from ensuring we will never have another Clinton presidency.

We are mocking the Libs for going from anti-Wall Street Sanders to Two Million from Wall Street in two years Clinton --and many of us are planning on suspending common sense in the same manner. How can voting third party possibly assuage your conscience when you know with 100% historical certainly that a 3rd party candidate takes from the Republican and all but ensure a Hillary win?

And some of you that are so pro-life... #scotusappointmentsareforlife

Let's not parse realities. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Hillary. At least have the honesty to own it.


Tuesday, July 12, 2016


Unbelievable how many of my white Conservative friends are getting sucked into the false media narrative being perpetuated by Black Lives Matter. Nary a word about this BS from my Black friends. I know you are emotionally and mentally exhausted from all this (at least I am)--reading and debating about it. But, if you read nothing else, read this.

"The Black Lives Matter movement claims that white officers are especially prone to shooting innocent blacks due to racial bias, but this too is a myth. A March 2015 Justice Department report on the Philadelphia Police Department found that black and Hispanic officers were much more likely than white officers to shoot blacks based on “threat misperception”—that is, the mistaken belief that a civilian is armed.

A 2015 study by University of Pennsylvania criminologist Greg Ridgeway, formerly acting director of the National Institute of Justice, found that, at a crime scene where gunfire is involved, black officers in the New York City Police Department were 3.3 times more likely to discharge their weapons than other officers at the scene.

The Black Lives Matter movement has been stunningly successful in changing the subject from the realities of violent crime. The world knows the name of Michael Brown but not Tyshawn Lee, a 9-year-old black child lured into an alley and killed by gang members in Chicago last fall. Tyshawn was one of dozens of black children gunned down in America last year. The Baltimore Sun reported on Jan. 1: “Blood was shed in Baltimore at an unprecedented pace in 2015, with mostly young, black men shot to death in a near-daily crush of violence.”

Those were black lives that mattered, and it is a scandal that outrage is heaped less on the dysfunctional culture that produces so many victims than on the police officers who try to protect them."