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The Left Uses Homophobic Slurs In Order To Shame The Police in Ferguson

Home - by - October 19, 2014 - 14:43 America/New_York - 13 Comments

The left are calling the police in Ferguson “fags”

Leftists are clashing with police, and to insult them they are saying that the police are men who love men.  To cast shame upon the police the left are saying they might be the type of person who would enter into a same-sex marriage.  The left are saying that the group that is battling the “new civil rights fight” is a group that can be pointed at and laughed at.

The left are calling cops fags in order to illustrate just how low and despicable they are.

I need the left to answer to this.

What goes on here?

Hitler Finds Out Ebola Is in Dallas

Home - by - October 19, 2014 - 13:05 America/New_York - 10 Comments

ht/ norman einstein

Prostitution shenanigans rock State Department

Home - by - October 19, 2014 - 12:00 America/New_York - 11 Comments

Wa Times

State Department managers created the appearance of giving “undue influence and favoritism” by quashing or delaying official probes into accusations of prostitution solicitation, sexual assault and document leaking by American diplomats in recent years, a report by the department’s internal watchdog said Thursday.

In one case, diplomatic security managers essentially lied to investigators by claiming they simply came up short in pursuing a tip that a U.S. ambassador hired a prostitute in a public park, states the report by the department’s office of inspector general. Full Story

Obama admin. to allow thousands of Haitians into U.S. without visas

Home - by - October 19, 2014 - 07:00 America/New_York - 13 Comments


Washington Times

“The rebuilding and development of a safe and economically strong Haiti is a priority for the United States. The Haitian Family Reunification Parole program promotes a fundamental underlying goal of our immigration system — family reunification,” said Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. “It also supports broader U.S. goals for Haiti’s reconstruction and development by providing the opportunity for certain eligible Haitians to safely and legally immigrate sooner to the United States.”

Roughly 100,000 Haitians already approved to come to the U.S. are currently awaiting visas, The Associated Press reported.

Mr. Grassley, whose Senate committee has jurisdiction over immigration policy, predicted the number of Haitians who would come to the U.S. under the program would likely exceed that estimate, calling it “likely just the beginning of the president’s unilateral and executive actions on immigration.”

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The advocacy, or is that idiocy, of Ezra Klein

Home - by - October 19, 2014 - 00:45 America/New_York - 10 Comments

Yes Means Yes Law

Robert Shibley for Legal Insurrection

On Monday, Vox co-founder Ezra Klein penned an op-ed about how he firmly supported the affirmative consent bill recently passed in California despite his candid acknowledgment that the bill was in fact “terrible.”

The general tenor of his column, which I discussed in The Daily Caller yesterday, was that you can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs—the eggs being people unjustly found guilty of rape. Critics on the left and the right were equally appalled, as well they—or anyone concerned with civil liberties—should have been.

Under this barrage of well-deserved criticism, Klein returned with a longer piece yesterday, attempting to justify his candid-yet-horrifying position on California’s law. He fails.

In fact, despite his column’s title, “What people get wrong about the Yes Means Yes law,” he fails to even get basic facts about the law right. Klein does the same thing that so many other supporters of the law have done, which is to present the law and the campus environment in inaccurate ways that just happen to make due process abuses seem less grievous.

So allow me to present a mini-Fisking of the article, and you can be the judge of who’s right. I won’t address every line of Klein’s long, doomed attempt at self-justification, but I will hit the highlights (or perhaps lowlights). There are plenty of them.


I Feel Warm… (not fuzzy and safe, a little ebolaey)

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 23:15 America/New_York - 13 Comments


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So, I’m Walking Along Minding My Own Business, Looking Around

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 20:24 America/New_York - 32 Comments


Then I passed the tree.



Why the Guard and Reserve? Why now?

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 19:00 America/New_York - 21 Comments


Wednesday I posted a piece indicating the need for NORTHCOM to coordinate any advanced response to the Ebola outbreak.  Just a few short hours after that, Pres. Obama announces that he is ordering the National Guard and the Reserves to respond to Africa and assisting with Ebola efforts there.

This is interesting in many many ways, and many are a bit confused and concerned about this.  I’m still mixed, not yet knowing which units will be selected and from where.  My main concern is that a large group of these units have extensive deployments in their backgrounds already, and this just piles it on.  But why these ‘backup’ units? Full Story

Progressives- Compassionate and Empathetic or Evil Monsters?

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 16:43 America/New_York - 19 Comments

I was just reading some comments over at Gateway Pundit and I was struck by one written by a reader named whthfk1. It was regarding the story that Obama might begin bringing ebola victims to America for treatment.

Here is a portion of whthfk1′s comment (edited)

I could never understand why the Germans allowed Hitler to do what he did to other humans. Then I see ISIS, and other Muslim extremists, and I say, “well they are 3rd worlders who have been brainwashed and inbred so it has made them violent with little to no human compassion and empathy or a general understanding of what is right and what is wrong.”

I imagined a lefty reading this comment and guffawing over the “cognitive dissonance” of  someone on the right accusing Obama of being dispassionate when, after all, he’s the one who wants to help ebola victims while “murcans” want to keep them out.

This is the fundamental difference between the left and the right.

The left thinks it is compassionate to “spread the health,” while the right sees it as “spreading the virus.”

But is compassion what really motivates the left, or is it disdain?

I think the left knows the risks and they relish the opportunity for a twofer. They get to posture as the party of benevolence, fair-mindedness and, if nothing happens, intelligence. But if the virus should spread, that would be okay too because the left hates America and would relish the destruction of the comfortable American bourgeois existence.

Take global warming, for instance. It “might” be real. The effects of global warming “might” cause humans to scramble to adapt to a changing climate… in 100 years. But that’s no fun for the leftist alive today. They want to look Americans, that have been inconvenienced, taxed and penalized, in the eyes and see the pain and disruption they’ve caused. That’s the fun part. That’s “living” to a lefty. The American upper and middle class bleeding from the eyes and ass? That’s good too. George Carlin famously said that he was rooting for riots, chaos and calamity. It would be fun to watch. And the left lauds him as a forward-thinking clever genius. He’d love ebola.

Every move Obama makes, when you understand he’s an American-hating marxist, makes perfect sense. Recent events have put the longtime problem of ebola front and center, and Americans have overwhelmingly weighed in – they don’t want anything to do with it. Get it out of here. Obama, seizing on an unexpected, yet welcomed, crisis, has responded by completely ignoring rational input. If his decisions cause an epidemic in America, oh well. We deserve a little 3rd-world misery and leftist loons concur.

Whether the left are actually compassionate to the point of foolhardiness or disdainfully evil matters little. The effects of their actions are the same and they should be shut out of national decision making.

New cases of FGM in Britain

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 13:00 America/New_York - 11 Comments

National Security


The British National Health Service– in a first-of-its-kind, just released study– has documented 467 “newly identified cases” of girls and women who had been genitally mutilated. Half live in London.  Full Story

AZ State University Is Banning Face Paint Because It’s Politically Incorrect

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 11:00 America/New_York - 15 Comments

FOX Nation

By Eric Owens, Daily Caller

On a Thursday night last month, a few students painted their faces black when they attended a “blackout” football game at Sun Devil Stadium.

Now, because of the black face paint, the Arizona State athletic department has asked all students not to wear any kind of face paint whatsoever to future sporting events, the Arizona Daily Independent reports. Full Story

Which President Would Spread the Ebola Virus Faster?

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 10:44 America/New_York - 33 Comments


Dribbles McJerkFace?


Mr. Manners?

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Be honest — which guy do you really feel would do a better job protecting us from a viral epidemic?


Taking off the Hazmat Suit Is the Entire Deal

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 02:21 America/New_York - 20 Comments


This still doesn’t look right and seems like all sorts of critters can still get back on you.


Ahhhhhhhhhhh choooyou got ebola

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 01:15 America/New_York - 12 Comments

How far does a sneeze go??

I have to tell you, this is nothing. I once got a good view of a friend who was standing on another fairway with the sun backlighting him one sunny morning.

He sneezed (he sneezes like Peter Potamus) and the plume was like a dragon. It went 20 feet.

ht/ tsunami

Tonight’s Smoothiness by Grunt of Monte Cristo

Home - by - October 18, 2014 - 00:30 America/New_York - 5 Comments

Ugly Progressives Change Contest Rules When They Don’t Like the Result

Home - by - October 17, 2014 - 23:00 America/New_York - 17 Comments

If they cheat in a silly online video contest what do you think they are doing with elections?


The progressive activism organizations MoveOn.org and MAYDAY.us changed the rules for their video contest Thursday after a conservative group’s tongue-in-cheek submission took a commanding vote lead.

“Contest ends at 5:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 16, 2014.  The sooner you post your video, the more time you’ll have to get votes,” the rules previously stated.

Now the rules read “Contest submissions ends [sic] at 5:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 16, 2014.  The sooner you post your video, the more time you’ll have to get votes.  The 24-hour voting period begins on Thurdsday [sic] at 5pm ET, and ends on Friday at 5pm ET, October 17th, 2014.”



Thinking Outside the Box

Home - by - October 17, 2014 - 22:39 America/New_York - 27 Comments


Transgenders Who Become White Males Drop To Bottom of LGBLT Caste System

Home - by - October 17, 2014 - 16:27 America/New_York - 19 Comments

Hey Pat!?! How does it feel to be sucked into your own mixed-up circle of lunacy??


sad_man-620x412Dammit. I was once a top of the heap lesbian. What have I done??