Day: August 25, 2017

The Great 2017 Statuary War

The war currently being waged against Confederate monuments seemingly came from nowhere, but it’s quickly becoming a fierce and brutal conflict. That was made clear when those self-appointed champions of justice triumphantly toppled the statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham and then, in an orgy of hate, took turns kicking and spitting on the …

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Adhocracy, Why the Progressives are against Free Speech

Remember when the Democrats unanimously voted to repeal the First Amendment back in 2014? Remember when Hillary wanted to curtail free speech when it pertains to politicians? And how about all those times over the past several years when Progressives and leftists called for silencing “hate speech” where hate speech is anything they don’t like? …

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Social Justice Activists Treat Each Other Like Crap

The deliberate division of human beings into oppressed groups and sub groups of ‘victims’ has had a predictable outcome. Social Justice long-division does not end in tolerance. Campus Reform Reports that, [su_quote]In an article published Monday in the Journal of Homosexuality, Dr. Whitney Hagen of Florida Atlantic University, et al. argue that “activist communities” are …

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Colin Kaepernick Job Opportunity

Coil Kaepernick, the NFL martyr, is still jobless but is an inspiration to others. And maybe their actions will one day have so mainstreamed what he started that he’ll find himself employable in a professional franchise. Until then he should take those cues and get a job testing pews. That’s right. Sauder Worship Seating could use …

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Yet I keep hearing that Govt workers are more educated and more worthy than the private sector

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small,but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” – President Obama, Inauguration (2009) And then we get this: IRS Rehires Hundreds of Employees Fired for …

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Notable Quote – Chris Coyne

The notion of the “art of association” can be traced back to Tocqueville, who noted America’s robust civil society that consists of an array of social associations and networks.  These associations and networks were not the result of government design or legislation, but instead evolved through the ingenuity of self-reliant citizens acting entrepreneurially.  Associations stand …

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