Miss Black University of Texas

So, you think racism is on the decline?  Think people actually look at others without looking at skin color?

You might want to guess again with this bit of news and reading comments about this online about the winner of the Miss Black University of Texas.

Apparently Rachael Malonson, who won the pageant, isn’t ‘black’ enough for those on the left.  Reading though comment after comment that she should be considered ‘black’ if both of her parents are not black. Continue reading…


President Trump fires FBI Director Comey

So, the big news this week was Tuesday President Trump fired FBI director James Comey.

This is a big deal, but made even bigger by the left-wingers who made themselves look foolish over it.  For months they’ve scorned Comey over his handling of Clinton’s e-mails, and some are even claiming he lost Hillary her bid to be President.

They called for former President, Obama, to fire Comey before Trump took office.  Which Obama failed to do.

Some democrats have even called Comey incompetent or worse. Continue reading…


Hunger Strike At Yale

So, let’s ask the question.  When is a hunger strike, not a hunger strike?

Answer: when its done by college snowflakes at Yale University.

Yep, the students there are going on a hunger strike, but its not really a hunger strike.  You see, they may eat when they feel hungry.  A pamphlet posted on twitter states that the strikers may leave and get food when they feel they can’t go on.

Gandhi, they are not. Continue reading…


Modern Feminism

So while watching a video on women in the military, I read an interesting comment. A lot of guys wouldn’t hesitate to jump on a grenade to save his fellow soldiers.
Would a female?
In society all too often we see and hear about how a guy sacrifices himself for others, yet I can’t recall many stories of the opposite. Guys are engrained with that, its biological to protect the female.  But that is considered wrong and sexist to the modern feminist.
Watching an Israel military commander talking with feminists was like him talking to a wall.  The feminists didn’t want to hear how women are being hurt in training at very high rates, up to 50% in some cases.

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ESPN Firings

So, word came out that 100 people at ESPN are losing their jobs.  What is telling is what they are doing and how people are reacting to it.

Numbers are down over at the sports channel, the one which when it first came out wow its audience.

It was sports, sports, sports.  24/7 sports and all types of sports.  One could listen to ESPN news and get all the scores, up to date information, and the latest rumors of your team.

What happened? Continue reading…


Racism Endgame

So, I was flipping though videos on YouTube and came across a video of Morgan Freeman being interviewed by Mike Wallace.  Its a bit old, but still, what he says is very telling especially in today’s racist charged world.

In the interview, Freeman drops what could be a bombshell on the left.  He doesn’t want a black history month.

What?  Gasp and shock! Continue reading…


Political Sexual Assault and the Left

So the recent firing of Bill O’Reilly leaves me wondering about feminism and what it actually considers to be worth going after.

There is a report, ongoing, that O’Reilly propositioned some women to go back to his hotel room.  This is apparently sexual harassment to the left, after all O’Reilly is a conservative in their minds so is a dirty old man.

But it leaves a question.

What about Bill Clinton?  He after all actually  did more yet the left turns a blind cheek.  Oh, that’s in the past?  Well, if Bill Clinton did it today, would the left react as they are against O’Reilly?  Probably not. Continue reading…


Hillary’s Campaign

Recently there has been some new information about Hillary Clinton’s campaign and how it was run during her attempt to become the US President, and its not flattering.

The book, “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign” which is on sale spotlights several areas.  So far there are several articles as the media has tried to understand what happened despite their over the top favoritism towards her. Continue reading…


United Incident

By now, almost everyone knows about, or has seen, what happened on a United Airlines flight where the police dragged a man from the flight to make room for an air crew for another plane.

The entire thing actually makes me mad on many levels.

United, for what really is poor foresight on their part.  You would think that in today’s world of computers and scheduling an airline would know when it needs to send an air crew to a certain destination.

Its almost inexcusable for this to happen.  Lay it out, make sure the crew is on for the flight without bumping anyone and your good to go. Continue reading…


Segregation Coming Back

When it comes to racism, one thing which was fought against was segregation among the population.  No white or colored differences, after all we’re all part of the same race, humanity.

However, it seems that some groups are advocating such things once more.  Ironically its not the KKK, or some white separatists group, but one of the darlings of the leftist elites.

Black Lives Matters.

BLM in Philadelphia has issued that for their April 15 protest, whites need not show up.  This protest will only allow blacks.

Even their twitter, they go on about how its only for blacks.  Yet somehow that’s not decimation and racism in their narrow minds.

Why should I support a group which actively bars me from their activities?

Answer, I won’t support such racism in this world.

Of course they say such things like they want their own space, but if a white group said that, its racism.  Typical double standard by the left, and they wonder why people are fighting them back.

It seems like the more they double down, the dumber they sound.


Computer Games

So, earlier this week I was reading though the newspaper and an article caught my attention, “Feminist Hero Gives Gamers Glimpse of Future” by Wie-Huan Chen in the Houston Chronicle.

The article is about a new computer game coming out called ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ which has a main character who is described as ‘strong-willed and not a sex object’ and goes on to give glowing reviews of how this is a ground breaking game.

Now, I love computer games, and have played many, including many RPGs and MMOs.  I have found that offering only one character isn’t ground breaking, no matter the fact that its a woman character. Continue reading…


All or Some

Ever had an argument with someone on the left and done this:

Me: We need to be wary of radical Islamic terrorist.

Lefty: You’re islamophobic, you are aware that not all muslims are terrorists.

It leave me going, huh?  What just happened?  I’m sure you’ve seen it as well. Continue reading…


Sunday Thoughts

Its Sunday morning and thought I give a few thoughts and observations on things in general.

First off, I am Christian, well, technically I’m Lutheran which is a sub-sect of Christianity.  That means I’m not Catholic, and there are slight differences, but we still all believe that Jesus Christ was the son of God, celebrate Christmas and Easter.

Next thought was racism.

Watching a lot of videos of Colin Kaepernick and reading comments its amazing how many view it as racism.  It led me to thinking a bit, have we, as a country gotten better or worse.  Short answer, it appears worse. Continue reading…


No One Wants Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick and his supporters are aghast that the free agent QB hasn’t been picked up since splitting with his former team, the 49ers.

With everything from racism to politics being slung about out there, let’s look at something else his supporters might not want to look at.

He’s just not that good.

Yep, he’s just not that good.  Even pushing aside the political time bomb he carries to any new team, there is his ability.  Is he athletic, yes.  But there are questions about his health.  Did he fully recover from surgery last year?  How healthy is he this year? Continue reading…