Racism?

I was watching some videos about Colin Kaepernick and reading through the comments when something struck me, an observation if you will. A person is racist if they do not support Kap. Think about that statement.  A person is racist if they don’t support Kap.  They are saying it doesn’t matter who you support, what […]
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Hypocrisy of the Left

Imagine the outrage by the left if the following happened. Two white men are hanging out with a black woman, they all know each other.  Suddenly she is pushed into her bedroom where one stands guard.  They then go on to beat her and assault her sexually.  Upon leaving one states: “We’re going to teach you […]
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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’ […]
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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 […]
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Day of Rage

Those ‘peaceful’ and all lives matter group BLM has called for a ‘day of rage’, Friday July 15, 2016.  Now, any sane person would think this means violence, or something other than peaceful demonstrations.  And it seems many do think this way. Here is a list of cities for this ‘day of rage’: Phoenix: 5:00PM […]
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#BlackLivesMatters Told No!

What happens when a Black Lives Matters group holds a meeting in a public library, then says the meeting is only for ‘specific’ people of color? Such a thing happened in Nashville when a BLM group wanted to use a public library for their meeting.  The only problem, only black people and ‘non-black’ people of […]
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Samuel L Jackson

This time around for the US Presidential election people like Samuel L. Jackson have a tougher time defending who they are voting for. Recall in 2012 in a Huffington article where Jackson said the following: I voted for Barack because he was black. Cause that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they […]
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