Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Democrats Have Destroyed Journalistic Integrity

When I was a kid, I believed journalists were unbiased agents for the truth.  It didn’t take long to disabuse myself of these naive notions.  Back in the day,  they tried to mask their socialist proclivities; now they’re in our face.

Progressives have taken over the media and now that industry is going to pay a price for defiling the First Amendment.   Camille Paglia, a professor of journalism, is outraged at what Democrats have done to a great American institution.

“It’s obscene,” she said. “It’s outrageous, OK? It shows that the Democrats are nothing now but words and fantasy and hallucination and Hollywood. There’s no journalism left. What’s happened to The New York Times? What’s happened to the major networks? It’s an outrage.”

“I’m a professor of media studies, in addition to a professor of humanities, OK?” she continued. “And I think it’s absolutely grotesque the way my party has destroyed journalism. Right now, it is going to take decades to recover from this atrocity that’s going on where the news media have turned themselves over to the most childish fraternity, kind of buffoonish behavior.”


Georgians Beat Back San Franciscan Horde

Last night, I looked towards the south and witnessed a smoky hue drifting upon the air.  A distant murmur, barely audible, whispered upon a breeze.  What could this phenomena be?  I rushed inside and turned on the television and behold the mystery was revealed.  Democrats lost the 6th congressional district of Georgia.

Oh, the wailing and moaning by libtards near and far as they witnessed their $30 million campaign donations consumed in a spectacular funeral pyre.  Why? Oh, why?  They asked.  Why don’t the American people love us?  Why are we forsaken?

Democrats thought they had the perfect Trojan horse.  They wheeled out a young man who seemed pleasant and reasonable; someone who reputedly espoused the same values as these conservative Georgians.

 But the citizens peered over the gate and they saw in the distance San Fran Nancy Pelosi and her degenerate horde laying in wait.  The alarm bells rang and these patriots ran to the polls in the tens of thousands to stave off an unholy jihad of centralized government and anti-Christian morals and values.

It was hand to hand combat as Marxists, sexual deviants, and various bands of teat squawkers tried to breach the walls.  But these brave Georgians beat these anti-American miscreants back and saved their district from the clutches of a San Franciscan hag.

And there, these patriotic warriors keep a vigilant eye from their watch towers as smoke and sparks waft from a $30 million funeral pyre.


Monday, June 19, 2017

Americans Should be Wary of the Democratic Party

Democrats have once again demonstrated their propensity for violence.  They were aggressive during the campaign when they infiltrated and disrupted our rallies.  They got in our faces hoping to provoke a fight.  Some Trump supporters were surrounded and beaten.  Does anyone remember the woman who stood defiantly against a horde of illegal aliens and Marxist fanatics while they screamed profanities and pelted her with eggs?  Should we  really be surprised these lunatics would assassinate republican politicians?

Recently, I watched a documentary about the Cuban revolution and I noticed a template of sorts.  Most of the radical leaders were indoctrinated in universities.  They were usually middle to upper-middle class and professed to represent the “people.”

The Castro brothers were sons of a wealthy man.  They were bastards but at least their father didn’t disown them. As a matter of fact, Fidel went to a private elementary school before enrolling into a Jesuit preparatory school.  He married a woman whose father was a minister in Batista’s government.  Fidel was well educated and connected.

While Fidel and his band of rebels occupied the Sierra Maestra, others were inflicting violence in Havana and other urban areas.  And when that didn’t work, these rebels resorted to political assassinations.  

When the Cuban Marxists finally gained power they began to execute political opponents.  If that sounds familiar, it should.  That is exactly what happened in the French Revolution, Russian Revolution, Mao’s Cultural Revolution, Vietnamese Revolution and Hitler’s Third Reich.   

A couple of days ago, a Bernie Sanders supporter hunted and shot down Republican congressmen on a baseball field.  It didn’t take long for Democrats to make excuses for this abhorrent behavior; others claimed the GOP deserved it.  

I believe the American people should keep a wary eye on the Democratic Party.  These people no longer subscribe to the American creed.  Their allegiance is to an ideology that is foreign, violent and oppressive.       



Sunday, June 18, 2017

Time to Disenfranchise Sanctuary Cities and States

I’ve come to the conclusion Democrats have contempt for Americans and the republic in general.  Their advocacy for illegal aliens and sanctuary cities is a slap in the face to every law-abiding citizen in the country.  Any state that aides and abets this invasion should be sanctioned and the offending jurisdictions should be disenfranchised of congressional delegation and electoral college votes.

The 14th Amendment was established to protect American citizens of their rights and privileges.  There are people in this country actively undermining those rights and privileges by advocating an open borders policy.  This advocacy is a form of insurrection and rebellion.  Those advocates should be denied the privilege of office and vote.  Sections Two and Three have set a precedent for disenfranchisement.

Section 2.

Representatives shall be apportioned among the several states according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each state, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the executive and judicial officers of a state, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such state, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such state.

Section 3.

No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any state, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any state legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any state, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

However, Section 5 states that Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.  

Maybe its time the states force their hand.

Oh Congress, Where Art Thou?

These past few months I’ve noticed a common theme from Republicans that is disturbing.  They’ve bought into the progressive ideology which renders Congress as overseers of the executive branch.  Speaker Paul Ryan stated as much in a press conference and so has Kenneth Starr in an op-ed published in the Washington Post.

How convenient for the legislative branch to concede its constitutional prerogatives to unelected and unaccountable bureaucrats while they sit and conduct inconsequential hearings on all the president’s men.  These congressmen can’t even pass a budget without resorting to continuing resolutions or omnibus bills.  It must be nice sitting from on high and pass judgement on others who are doing the jobs they were elected to do.

But this is the administrative state that Woodrow Wilson and his ilk envisioned for America.  They wanted an efficient federal government unencumbered by the constraints of the Constitution or the citizenry.  Here is an excerpt from a blog post I wrote back in 2012:

Where did this paternalistic attitude of an administrative state come from? Ronald J. Pestritto summed it up best in his book, Woodrow Wilson and the Roots of Modern Liberalism:

If bureaucracy, as it administers progress, is to act on behalf of the general interest, what is the role for public opinion? Wilson, after all, seems a consistent advocate of connecting politics much more directly with popular opinion. Yet, his writings on the separation of politics and administration show that public opinion is not to be brought more directly into the realm of administrative decision making. “The problem,” Wilson explained, “is to make public opinion efficient without suffering it to be meddlesome.” Public opinion is a “clumsy nuisance” when it comes to the “oversight of the daily details and in the choice of the daily means of government.” So while public opinion ought to be introduced more directly into politics, politics must confine itself to general superintendence – to the role of setting only the broad goals of the nation. “Let administrative study find the best means for giving public criticism this control and for shutting it out from all other interference,” Wilson wrote.

So the American people are a nuisance and the administrative state is the vehicle to stop us from interfering with the grand schemes of the masterminds.

Congress does have an oversight role and that is over the federal judiciary which they, once again, have conveniently neglected.  Article Three specifically states Congress shall regulate federal courts.

In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which a state shall be party, the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the Congress shall make.

Congress can limit the scope of the federal courts.  However, they refuse to do it.  

Marbury v. Madison is considered one of the biggest power grabs in American history.  I contend the judiciary’s abuse of the 14th Amendment ranks alongside it.  Section 5 states:

The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.  

Oh Congress, where art thou?

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Mental Illness is Becoming a National Security Issue

There is a sickness that pervades the United States.  Young people have been conditioned into a state of self-loathing and hatred for this country.  This isn’t just a mental health issue, it’s becoming a threat to our national security.  A young woman by the name of Reality Winner personifies this sickness.  Here are some of her tweets.

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This kind of self-loathing is happening throughout the West.  The New American summed it up:

It’s very simple: As a civilization, the West is as out of touch with reality as is Reality. Too many of our government officials are more concerned about whether you approve of faux marriage or boys masquerading as girls — and ensuring you can’t work if you don’t — than about that trivial little matter of whether you’re loyal to the country. You can bet that if Winner had been denied clearance based on her “political beliefs,” a large swath of the nation would consider it “intolerant” and unjust discrimination.

Moreover, we’ve become so relativistic that many people don’t even know what patriotism is. Today one can be a masculinized woman but yet be “feminine”; a boy but yet be a girl; and anti-American but yet, somehow, still be considered patriotic based on the notion that his antipathy is actually love-born constructive criticism.

This sickness is called moral relativism and it will become the downfall of Western civilization.

N.C. Republicans Twerk Libtard Media

I love North Carolina’s General Assembly.  This Republican dominated body know how to get the libtards in a frenzy.  Since the 2010 elections, our legislature has stood before the national and local media and twerked their conservative agenda right in their faces.  And I love every minute of it.

The latest fan dance is called the paperboy bill.  This piece of legislation is in response to an article published by McClatchy owned papers back in September 2014.  I actually blogged about it.    Here is an excerpt from Heat Street:

“We appreciate our state’s news media for shedding light on the far-too-common practice of employee misclassification in North Carolina,” said Trudy Wade, a NC Republican, in a statement. “Surely the same industry that brought the problem to our attention will recognize this inconsistency between what they report and editorialize on and what they practice, and support this important reform to protect their own hard workers.”

And what does the paperboy bill do?

According to the News & Observer, state senators say the paperboy bill will close a loophole used by newspapers. The bill only applies to “carriers,” the people that deliver print newspapers.

The bill, if it becomes law, would be costly to the state’s struggling newspapers who, like most employers, are loath to add to their staff rolls.

Most liberals loath living under the standards they force upon others.