Category Archives: Fairness Doctrine
Barack Obama has moved to have government take control of the internet: President Obama urged the US government to adopt tighter regulations on broadband service in an effort to preserve “a free and open Internet.” In a statement released Monday, … Continue reading
Yes, putting Obama’s head on a stake and using it in a movie or in decapitation scenes would warrant apoplectic Progressives and Liberals to grasp their crotch and jump up and down like small children waiting tin a long line to use the bathroom, but putting Bush’s head on a stake is an exercise in effigy conservation. Surely a cadre of FBI agents would descend on the light hearted pranksters who dared to use a facsimile of Obama’s head; since no less than ten agents were sent to Florida to investigate whether George Zimmerman displayed traces of racial bigotry while perforating targets at neighborhood ranges and buying weapons at gun stores. We all know, the slightest hint of racism or an ethnic joke would catapult the Martin tragedy into the realm of a hate crime and out of the realm of a normal Florida shooting.
Black Teenager Shawn Tyson found two White British tourists walking drunk through the wrong neighborhood, stripped them of their clothes, forced them to their knees, and had them beg for their lives before shooting them repeatedly.
Although their families have asked our president to respond to this senseless crime of wanton violence in three different letters, he has ignored their pleas and has focused on the Martin shooting; presumably, to gain political traction in the upcoming election, since the Martin shooting fits the template of Blacks being victims rather than killers.
In what is an astonishing development, Mark Zuckerberg’s social media sensation, Facebook, has been slowly and quietly clamping down on the use of the site for political purposes. Kellen Giuda, an architect who started the NY Tea Party, has a column today in The Daily Caller to expose the Facebook hypocrisy, and to announce an alternative social medium to replace the FB void after a series of policy and site changes that are designed to limit the scope of use of Facebook related to political purposes.
What makes an American entrepreneur’s blood run cold is the quote from Facebook’s Adam Conner to the Wall Street Journal last month:
I, CJ Grisham, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey … Continue reading