Category Archives: political correctness
That is the opening and closing tagline to the Michael Medved Show. And it annoys some people. Whether true or not (and it’s true), apparently taking pride in one’s country and expressing it so blatantly and unapologetically is an offensive … Continue reading →
The first amendment to the US Constitution states: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people … Continue reading →
The Progressive Left’s argument is that Robertson said anti-gay remarks. I call BS. Logic fallacy 100%. Robertson didn’t compare homosexuality to anything except what he believes is sin. The lefts temper tantrum started when an interviewer asked Robertson the following … Continue reading →
The network A&E issued a statement late Wednesday branding Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s recent statements to GQ about sin and homosexuality unacceptable and indicated that his beliefs “in no way reflect those of A&E Networks, who [sic] have always … Continue reading →
Like a bad case of skin rash, the self appointed arbiters of morality and justice in the media are continuing their crusade for a cause that is deep and meaningful to them that 99% of the country doesn’t care about. … Continue reading →
Hola, amigos. It’s been a while but between my busy season at work and the time that goes into raising Baby Bob my blogging time took a major hit. Over the summer I blogged about the “controversy” regarding the team mascot for … Continue reading →
If you don’t look like you could be Obama’s son or you’re not one of Holder’s people, you’re screwed.
image courtesy redbubble.com Over at Legal Insurrection, Bill Jacobson believes that George Zimmerman must be found innocent and I wholeheartedly agree. Logically, it should be a slam dunk of “Not Guilty” on all charges, since the evidence clearly shows Zimmerman … Continue reading →
Thinking about some of the other articles linked in the comments section as it relates to the topic in this earlier post about how children are being conditioned by our schools to view guns, I came across the following video … Continue reading →
Hat tip to CJ for this:
A 6-year-old kindergartner sparked an uproar at his Massachusetts school when he was spotted brandishing a tiny plastic Lego gun on the school bus last week.
Mieke Crane, the child’s mother, insists that officials at Old Mill Pond Elementary School in Palmer overreacted when another student saw the toy, which is slightly bigger than a quarter, and alerted the driver Friday.
‘She [driver] said he caused quite a disturbance on the bus and that the children were traumatized,’ Crane told the local station WGGB.