If the nation is really serious about race, then it’s time we put our politics where our mouth is. The following article headline caught my attention: “Black caucus has had it with Trump, plans to discuss impeachment” Here’s the opening paragraph: The Congressional Black Caucus, a formidable bloc of lawmakers
Bernie Sanders is a Marxist. Like the Marxists of old, he wants to control the lives and capital of other people while he lives high on the hog off the capitalists he disparages with every breath. Bernie’s latest tirade came during his questioning of White House Director of the Office
Let’s see if Tim Cook and Apple begin to divest from companies in China and nations where homosexuals are executed take place. The Gateway Pundit reports: “Cook may believe Indiana’s new law is very dangerous towards gays… But it’s not as dangerous as the several countries Apple does business with where they execute gays.”
Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple. He has sex with men. I’m not revealing anything about him that he has not revealed about himself. Here’s what he said: “While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I’m
In the 1988 film Enemy of the State a group of rogue NSA agents kill a US Congressman and try to cover up the murder. What the NSA agents don’t know is that a video camera had been set up by wildlife researcher Daniel Zavitz who captured the entire incident.
This looks like an internet hoax, but it’s not. “New York police officers were handing out flyers to people around New York City on Saturday urging them to upgrade their devices to Apple’s new iOS7 operating system. “NYPD’s Public Awareness Notice promotes the software as giving ‘added security to your
Rick Santorum gave a speech in Detroit on February 16th, 2012 on the topic of economics from a conservative point of view. As usual, the liberal media pulled an out-of-context paragraph and then gave it their own Leftist interpretation: “I’m not about equality of result when it comes to income
Ralph Waldo Emerson and his son Edward struggled with a defiant calf that would not return to the barn. Edward pulled on the calf’s ears while his father pushed from behind. The calf wouldn’t budge. Emerson had read the philosophy of Plato and the science of Newton, but none of