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So, another “win” for our government education?

by Skip May 14, 2018

Only when you consider the older man’s education (you know, when it actually taught actually history and actual civics and not this PC crap we see in the top panel). The South deemed their slaves to be property but wanted them also counted as people for representation.  The North said – ok, if your slaves […]

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Another Thing Hitler and Democrats Have in Common

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2018

One of the issues with slavery from the founding of the nation (leading up to and past the civil war) is that there was a class of persons who did not believe or could not be convinced that their slaves were human beings. In their eyes, they were not people, so the idea of granting them rights made […]

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Notable Quote – Star Parker

by Skip November 5, 2017

(video after the jump) I implore you to please consider my above testimony on behalf of the innocent life growing in the womb, and the vulnerable men and women considering an abortion. But if you will also consider in your deliberations regarding H.R.490 the last time in American history that we were faced with hard […]

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John Stossel – Happy Birthday Communism! 100 years of slavery

by Skip October 5, 2017

(H/T: Instapundit)

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Notable Quote – Derek Hunter

by Skip September 17, 2017

On Rights and The Federal Government’s Ambassador to New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen’s belief that Government CAN and should “bestow” a new Right upon its subjects citizens: Did you realize you have a right to not be offended? That you have a right to other people’s property and their labor? Were you unaware that you, as […]

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Is It Time to Ban the Democratic Party?

by Steve MacDonald August 17, 2017

I’d like to thank the Democrat party and their paid “protesters” and fascist-anti-fascists, as well as the media for not just encouraging but demanding we have THIS conversation. In a 2016 commencement address to City College in New York graduates, then-First Lady Michelle Obama said that “every single day” as First Lady “I wake up in a house […]

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“The Key Facts About Slavery That the Left Conveniently Ignores.”

by Skip July 23, 2017

“Everybody does it” is no excuse, but not everybody fights a horrible Civil War over it, then constitutionally elevates former slaves to full citizenship.” Yes, were there slaves in the Colonies at the start of the Revolutionary War?  Were there slaves when the Constitution was written?  Of course there were and no conservative would argue […]

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Notable Quote – Prof. Walter E. Williams

by Skip April 11, 2017

Excerpts from his address upon receiving the 2017 Bradley Prize: Now for most of human history, mankind has been subject to arbitrary abuse and control by others, It’s personal liberty that’s the rare state of affairs, and enjoyed by only a tiny part of mankind mostly in the western world, and for only a tiny […]

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Once again we hear the drum roll for Whitey to pay reparations to Blacks

by Skip October 12, 2016

So much for healing the racial divide, eh Obama?  Almost everyone agrees that race relations have gone south in a big way with folks like Reverend Al and other “leaders”, “community organizers” whose main tool is rub everybody raw, Black Lives Matter types that like to chant “Pigs in a blanket; fry’em like bacon” and […]

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I’m Sorry You’re So Sorry

by Ed Naile April 7, 2016

Bernie Sanders, a socialist, is ready to apologize for America’s history of slavery. Isn’t it about time. Slavery hangs on the minds of many left-wing candidates and progressives in general. I think it is some type of diversion from their inability to make socialism work. Recently, the president of Harvard has come out in favor […]

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Businessman Need Not Apply! Wait…

by Scott Morales January 29, 2016

… scratch that. I heard about this William F. Buckley quote but didn’t read it until a few days ago.  And since that time, I’ve had a chance to chew on it. Parts of Buckley’s statement do seem to fit, do they not?  Especially the reference to Trump’s vanity.  And regardless of what one thinks […]

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Was The Civil War About Slavery?

by Steve MacDonald August 10, 2015
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Was The Civil War About Slavery?

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“Sanders: ‘We have got to apologize for slavery'”

by Skip July 10, 2015

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Wednesday said the nation owes an apology for slavery.  “As a nation — I don’t think as a president, but as a nation — we have got to apologize for slavery,” the 2016 Democratic presidential contender told host Joe Madison on Sirius XM’s “The Black Eagle.”  “As a nation we have […]

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‘Democrats’ Horrible Racist Past’

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2015
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Bill Whittle takes us down memory-hole lane to explore some of the real history of the Democrat party. H/T Susan Olsen

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Want to know the REAL history of segregationists and racists in the modern era? Here’s the history of the Democrat Party

by Skip June 27, 2015

And yet, they want US to feel like we are the ones at fault?  That the execrabke Dylann Roofs is the manifestation and creation of the Right?  Wrong! Always the Party that, like their Communist brethren, loves to change, distort, obfuscate, and lie about history – THEIR execrable history.  Jeffry Lord over at the American […]

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Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

by Susan Olsen May 18, 2015

“Nearly one in three Americans who are now having to pay down their student debt-or a staggering 31.5%-are at least a month behind on their payments, new research from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis suggests. That figure is far higher than official delinquency measures reported by the Education Department and the New York […]

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Presumption of Guilt is Absolutely Crucial to Collectivism

by Steve MacDonald January 6, 2015
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    H/T AoSHQ ONT

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Liberal policies have not helped the impact of slavery.

by Skip November 20, 2014

Via Betsy’s Page,  Prof Thomas Sowell’s take down of NYT’s opinion writer Nicholas Kristof that slavery isn’t the slavery of the past – but liberal policies aren’t helping: …Kristof’s other “overwhelming” evidence of the current effects of past slavery is that blacks do not have as much income as whites. But Puerto Ricans do not […]

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The Black Vote

by Steve MacDonald November 3, 2014
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A.F. Branco pulls no punches. (See Elbert Guillory’s new Political Ad for more ‘speaking truth to Democrat power” when it comes to the black vote.)

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Notable Quotes from Dalrymple and Rand

by Steve MacDonald November 21, 2013
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I posted this at the bottom of Skip’s followup post (here) to one I published earlier (here).  I thought they needed a bit more light that they are likley to find in a comment. “Psychological distress expands to meet the supply of publicly funded services available to reduce it.”-Dr. Theodore Dalrymple “The man, who produces, […]

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Democrats agree: Slavery by us is fine if it serves the “Common Good”

by Skip November 3, 2013

I’ve been talking about this since before I posted this about what doctors in San Diego County (in the Democrat Ruled State of CA) were going to face at the advent of Obamacare: Rather than mere head count, officials say they are scrutinizing what capacity physicians have to accept new patients. And to assist consumers, […]

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Democrats Fire “Honest Black Single Mom” – Stand Behind “Incompetent Rich White Woman”

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2013
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From Jeffery Lord at American Spectator  The worship of Big Government? The laughably arrogant “we-know-what’s-best-for-you” sense of moral and intellectual superiority? These “smart” people can’t even run a website. The eternal liberal dependence on class warfare and racism? Yes indeed, the party of slavery, segregation, lynching, the Ku Klux Klan, racial quotas and illegal immigration […]

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Mike Barnacle’s Pal

by Ed Naile October 7, 2013

I think it is high time Obama got into the remaking of America in every way he dreamed about in college. Oh he is going to initiate single payer health lines, register and seize private firearms, make the rich pay their fair share, pay reparations to blacks for slavery and all that, but first he […]

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If doctors are already not taking Medicare patients, will they opt out of Obamacare?

by Skip July 30, 2013

Or is that the reason why Obamacare was structured the way it was – political and policy decisions that effectively force doctors to sell out their practices to hospitals, and for hospitals to merge with others simply to better scale up to deal with lowered payments?  Why would this be happening?  Simply the penchant of […]

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Elbert Guillory: “Why I Am A Republican

by Steve MacDonald June 18, 2013

A former Democrat State Senator from Louisiana, recently switched parties.  In this video he explains to his black constituents why it was the right thing to do, who the Democrat party really is and what they are really after.

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Support Right-to-Work

by Don May 13, 2011

Forcing workers to pay tribute to earn a living is slavery, it is immoral and un-American.
Forced unionization puts worker interests below the interests of union bosses and politicians.
Tell NH Senators and Representatives to over-ride Governor Lynch’s veto of the Right-to-Work law!

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