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The Fallacy of “Progressivism”

“Progressives” are… Cognitively impaired, Oblivious, or Evil “Progressives” are not… Tolerant of differing spiritual, political, intellectual, or moral beliefs; Honest; Believers in diversity; Believers in scientific skepticism, scientific humility, or scientific fact; Free of racism; or Liberal in any way.

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The Destruction of a Dream

Since the mid-1960s, America has made a great deal of progress concerning racial issues.  Nearly every corporation offers employees an opportunity to attend diversity programs and other racially focused educational events. Whites have learned to no longer automatically fear meeting … Continue reading

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A Symbol OF or a Symbol AGAINST Tyranny?

On June 24, 2015, I wrote of the importance of the Confederate Flag. In that commentary I predicted that the removal of the flag would lead to “unintended consequences”. My belief was (and remains) that tying the knee-jerk removal of … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood: Margaret Sanger’s Legacy of Hate

I have written previously about Margaret Sanger, founder of what is now Planned Parenthood. I went so far as to suggest she might have been motivated by self-hatred, committing metaphorical suicide with every abortion to which she contributed. While that … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Confederate Flag

Having been raised in the North, I hold no special affinity for the confederate flag. But I am aware that it plays a very important role in the psyche of many, many Southerners. Far from representing racism, the confederate flag … Continue reading

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The Racism of Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger “Margaret Sanger was born Margaret Higgins on September 14, 1879…(as) one of 11 children.” (Bio).   Her mother died early, after having several miscarriages. “Her father was an Irish stonemason (who) preferred to drink and talk politics than earn … Continue reading

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REAL Racism In America

Alveda King recently wrote a letter to the African American Mayor of Baltimore (TPNN, 4/28/15).  In it she asked, “How did we get here? Where do we go now?” Ms. King then asked the Mayor to “Think about this: Baltimore … Continue reading

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How Do YOU Respond to Race-Baiters??

Despite the fact that Obama was twice voted into office by Americans, he and his stooges continue to say America is racist.   In part that may be their worldview.  But it is also one source of their power.  It … Continue reading

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Condemnation of Policy or Man?

Democrat politicians, academicians, the elite media, and nearly all of the drama queens in Hollywood criticized the policies of President George W. Bush. Worse, however, they demonized and condemned President Bush, the man. They called him stupid, evil, and worse. … Continue reading

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