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Political Correctness


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Liberals have always used the tolerance wedge to get their views a hearing. All they want is “tolerance” for their views. They don’t want to deny anyone else’s views, they just want a place at the table. But once they’re at the table, the rest of their time is spent denying any opposing view a …

rapefugees

When two years ago a Texas father beat his daughter’s rapist to death, no one in Texas had any doubts as to what the decision of the Grand Jury would be. The law in Texas not only allows but specifically authorizes the use of lethal force to prevent sexual assault. In this, the state gives …

rapeCulture

An official report on the mass rapes and sexual assaults that occurred in Cologne, Germany, and other German cities over New Year’s acknowledges that Muslim refugees admitted into the country have brought with them the practice known as “taharrush gamea.” Yes, it’s another charming bit of Arabic culture brought to the civilized world by practitioners …

strong language

I was listening to Rush Limbaugh yesterday when a young woman called in and asked Rush how to answer some of her family members who won’t vote for Donald Trump because of his “rough edges.” It was clear to me that this meant some of  the harsh things he’s been saying. Now I would not …

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Protect and serve used to be the motto of police departments. But for Chicago airport police, that motto has been changed to “run and hide.” According to a recent CNN story, Chicago’s aviation department advises its police officers confronted with an active shooter to run away and find someplace to lock themselves in safely. An …

Political-correctness

How many times were we told that legalizing same-sex sexuality and its kissing cousin transgenderism would not affect people who do not engage in same-sex sexuality or decide not to modify their true sexuality? Homosexuals and their advocates kept telling a gullible public that they were all about “live and let live.” If there was a TIME …

principal bans pledge

Eujin Jaela Kim is the new principal of PS 169 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York. The 33 year old Asian principal has announced that she is doing a politically correct cleansing of her school. In doing so, she has banned any reference to Santa Clause and Christmas. Additionally, she has banned Thanksgiving and recitation …

affirmative action

During oral arguments concerning an Affirmative Action case, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia “suggested that black students do better in ‘less-advanced schools’ that are on ‘slower tracks.’” “There are those who contend that it does not benefit African Americans to get them into the University of Texas where they do not do well, as opposed …

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It’s the little things in life that can make a big difference. Just standing up for your beliefs is one of them and not backing down when confronted by the media and a few loudmouth malcontents. It seemed like a little thing when Rosa Parks decided not to move to the back of the bus. …

Alan Dershowitz

The famous liberal lawyer, educator and political pundit Alan Dershowitz is one of the few voices of reason on the left arguing that the culture of political correctness on college campuses is as dangerous as it is illogical. Professor Dershowitz has been waging a one-man war (from the left) on these whiny, intolerant little fascists, …

ISISenforcer

In France, they get it now. The French government has shut the borders and declared a state of emergency. Protesters have taken to the streets, drowning out calls for “unity” with calls for removal of all Islamists from the country. French law enforcement is searching for anyone connected with the Paris massacre or who might …

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French officials estimate at least 129 people were killed in last week’s coordinated terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris. An additional 350-plus were wounded, and nearly 100 of those are in critical condition. Within hours of the French attacks, al-Shabaab, an al-Qaida offshoot, killed at least 147 people at a university in Kenya, according to …