HEAVYGRINDER h/t Flaming Hetero
I’ve talked often about my hometown being at the forefront and the epicenter of activists bringing lawsuits against towns, charging them with racism. In the case of Yonkers, the charge was that the political powers intentionally gerrymandered city districts to prevent minorities from gaining power, [Read More]
CFP- Herman Cain I’ve told my story before of my dealings with the IRS – how they decided to audit me after I publicly criticized President Bill Clinton on national television and forced me to spend significant money on lawyers and accountants just to prove [Read More]
ThisAin’tHell– Yesterday, we reported that governors of Arkansas and Oklahoma issued executive orders to arm their active duty National Guard troops in the wake of the attack in Tennessee on a recruiting office and Reserve training center. NBC News reports that four other governors have joined [Read More]
BuzzPo– At a recent confederate flag rally, a woman going by the name ‘ArleneArmy’ on Twitter burned her lifetime membership NAACP card, partly due to their ignorant stance on the confederate battle flag.
Click to watch Danish people, one by one, “commit suicide” when they participate in a PSA where they welcome with open arms Muslim refugees. They actually beg for more to come. ht/ rob e.
1. Kids filming a “Star Wars” fight scene on roof fall through 2. Fat roofer checking for roof rot fell through 3. Man put covered jet-ski on roof “for security” while on vacation
ht/ Kathy Schaidle
A recent poll of Muslims in the United States indicate some disturbing indications that the “melting pot” isn’t making much of a dent on their culture.
Powerline In the wake of the latest mass shooting, carried out by Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, an engineer like so many Islamic terrorists, we are seeing the usual scramble to avoid stating the obvious. On CNN, Tom Fuentes ludicrously cautioned that Muhammad is not an Islamic [Read More]
ht/ bad brad
UPDATE: Women file complaints against RI breast milk jeweler. WPRO630– A spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s office said two formal complaints have been filed, both by mothers who live outside of Rhode Island. Others mothers tell WPRO they plan to file formal complaints in the [Read More]