Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Liberal Hypocrisy

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NRA

What is the best way to stop the gun violence in America? If you ask a liberal professor from Southern State Community College in Ohio, the solution is shooting up the NRA and leaving no survivors.

The terrifying statement was posted on Facebook on June 13th, when professor James Pearce called on people to storm the National Rifle Associations headquarters in Virginia.

The post has since been removed, but the text is below.

“Look, there’s only one solution. A bunch of us anti-gun types are going to have to arm ourselves, storm the NRA headquarters in Fairfax, VA, and make sure there are no survivors. This action might also require coordinated hits at remote sites, like Washington lobbyists. Then and only then will we see some legislative action on assault weapons. Have a nice day.”

Before the post was taken down, people responded with “likes” and a laughing face emoji. The scary thing is that some people think that this professor’s idea is a good one.

Although a lot of friends responded positively, someone alerted the authorities the next day and the case is under investigation.

What kind of school would allow a person who calls for the killing of hundreds of American citizens to be a professor? Southern State Community College, that is who.

When Kriss Cross, the Director of Public Relations for SSCC, was asked about James Pearce and his comments, the school refused to discuss any details during an investigation. Kriss Cross did however spoke in general about the incident with a Campus Reform reporter.

“In general, the college would alert local authorities about any threats that were made known to the college, especially any threats made to students, faculty or staff. We have a good working relationship with the police jurisdictions covering each of our four campuses, and trust they would follow their protocols for reporting to other agencies. As I understand it, a report does not necessarily mean an investigation.”

As of right now, the school is holding strong and Pearce is still employed by the community college since no criminal charges have been filed yet.

Apparently it is ok to make horrific threats and still keep you job as long as you threaten the NRA. If Pearce threatened an LGBT organization, he would probably be fired immediately.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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Liberal Hypocrites

One of the things we love about liberals is that you can always count on them to say one thing and do another. They can be a constant source of both frustration and entertainment.

Sometimes there heart is in the right place but their pants are on the wrong bedroom floor.

Sometimes they want to help you understand taxes and how the economy works, meanwhile they owe millions in back taxes themselves.

Ahhh, don’t you love‘ em? Take fun look at the 25 great liberal hypocrites.

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bernie sanders

Sen. Bernie Sanders–Hillary Clinton’s biggest challenger for the Democratic presidential nomination–seems to think you have two choices in this world: go to college, or go to jail.

In a curious tweet on Sunday, Sanders posted:

“At the end of the day, providing a path to go to college is a helluva lot cheaper than putting people on a path to jail.”

The backlash was quick: aren’t there other options for the American people, rather than the two extremes? Can’t law-abiding people not go to college? And, for that matter, aren’t there some college graduates roaming the halls of America’s prisons?

Twitchy.com, the conservative news site started by blogger Michelle Malkin, quickly gathered a load of tweets slamming Sanders for his ridiculous assumptions:

One Twitter user asked, “So you are saying that those who don’t attend college are on a path to jail?”

Another asked: “So college or jail? Those are the only choices? Seems pretty limited.”

One more was especially blunt: “Because everyone that doesn’t go to college will likely end up in jail? Take your meds Bernie.”

And some even resorted to dark humor: “Because nothing is as punishing to criminals as having a worthless degree.”

Sanders, who is a favorite of the limousine liberal establishment but has seen his candidacy strongly protested by the less wealthy branches of the Democratic Party, seems to buy into the idea that every American should go to college–lest they become a failure who is destined for jail.

But in a world where thousands of liberal arts major struggle to gain a toehold in the workforce–as many well-paying jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree, like a welder or a plumber, struggle to find any talent to hire, it’s clear that Sanders’ view of the world is skewed. And it may, ultimately, be causing students to take on unnecessary debt for an education they simply don’t need.

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Dean Transgender

According to Republican presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz, he was. At an Iowa campaign stop on Sunday, Cruz told a reporter that Dear was a “transgendered leftist activist”

Dear, 57, with guns blazing, held a Planned Parenthood clinic hostage for nearly six hours. When his shooting rampage concluded, three were dead, and six had been injured.

Though he is said to have made comments about “baby parts” to arresting officers in a reference to the leaked hidden camera videos that showed top Planned Parenthood executives brokering the sale of organs from aborted fetuses, the extent of his motivations remain a mystery. Law enforcement says it’s too soon, since they’re still investigating and processing evidence.

But if Cruz is right, that Dear was transgender, it could give an interesting new angle to Dear’s motivations.

Cruz’s claims come from a story initially reported by center-right news source, The Gateway Pundit, that said Dear “identifies as [a] woman.” The source of that information came in the form of publicly-accessible Colorado voter information, which has Dear listed as a female.

It’s unclear whether Dear actually, in fact, identifies as a woman, or whether it was merely a clerical error. His appearance—namely his long, grizzled beard—doesn’t seem to suggest that he’s becoming a woman.

But if Dear is, in fact, a leftist activist protesting so-called “cisgender” (non-transgender) women at a Planned Parenthood, it could dramatically shift the national conversation on a number of key issues.

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thanksgiving

Imagine on Thanksgiving, when you are with your family, full from all that wonderful food and all of a sudden your liberal cousin starts talking about how great Hillary is or what wonderful things Bernie is going to do for this country.

Nothing like a liberal to ruin you’re Thanksgiving, but not this year. We have put together 21 ways for you to win your argument with your liberal nephew and eat dessert knowing they are fuming over logic and wisdom.

It may or may not work out like that, but here are 21 ways to win an argument with a liberal family member this Thanksgiving.

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White Privilege

One of the leaders of the “white privilege” protests that have rocked the University of Missouri isn’t quite as oppressed as he claims.

Turns out that Jonathan Butler, the graduate student who went on a hunger strike to protest Mizzou’s “racist” policies—and inspired Missouri’s football players and coaches to join him—comes from a wealthy family.

A very wealthy family, in fact.

Butler’s father, Eric Butler, is the executive vice president for sales and marketing for the Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha. He made about $8.4 million in total compensation last year—and his total net worth is upwards of $20 million.

Not a bad haul, when all those struggling, debt-ridden middle-class white college students are oppressing you.

Butler had vowed to refuse food until the president of the University of Missouri president, Timothy M. Wolfe, resigned. He got his wish earlier this week—and he has since ended his hunger strike.

Since then, Butler has declined interviews, but said he was “feeling better” now that he has some food in him.

The University of Missouri has been rocked by racially-based protests for nearly a month, ever since black students surrounded Wolfe’s car at the homecoming parade on October 10th.

Wolfe didn’t get out of the car to talk to them, which caused tensions to boil over. It hit fever pitch on Saturday, when black football players refused to play unless Wolfe resigned—which could have cost Mizzou up to $1 million per forfeited game.

Wolfe has since resigned his post, but the protests have continued to rage. Even professors have joined the fray, like Professor Melissa Click, a communications professor who asked for “some muscle” to beat up on a reporter who was taking unflattering pictures of the whining liberal students. She has since apologized, but refused to resign.

Another professor, Dale Brigham, has resigned after he refused to reschedule a test for a minority student who felt “unsafe” coming onto campus, because of white students. Brigham implored her to “not let the bullies win”—but the resulting firestorm was so intense that, like Wolfe, he’s been forced out of Mizzou.

Mizzou isn’t the only school buckling under the weight of race riots and politically correct melodrama. Yale University has also been the scene of protests, after a professor politely suggested a more nuanced debate about what Halloween costumes were appropriate.

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Dana Loesch, syndicated radio personality and author, has been attacked in the media for the last few weeks after an ad was released wherein she voiced her support for the National Rifle Association (NRA). In the ad she makes points about how as a mother she feels more comfortable knowing how to use a weapon to protect her family and that the media does not show that side of gun ownership.

Groups have run to attack her appearance in the ad and one such attacker even edited the footage to make it look like she shot herself. But the hate has done nothing but fuel Loesch’s stance.

In a post from her website she talks about how she has been repeatedly threatened because of the NRA ad and her platform of Second Amendment rights. The “Hands Off My Gun” author wrote that the most violent comments and threats always come from anti-gun groups and people.

In fact, she comments that groups like Moms Demand and Everytown have never come out against the violent statements made by their members. She deftly acknowledges the irony of the most graphic threats and insults coming from the side claiming that guns take lives.

Loesch is not taking the abuse lying down. She has asked that her fans turn the hate against her into support for the Second Amendment and many have. Whether voicing support or donating to the NRA, a large group is standing behind Loesch and the right to gun ownership.

She is changing the conversation from being attacked to why gun rights are so important. Instead of playing the victim she is calling it like it is. Loesch has taken up a mantle not to defend herself but to defend gun rights. Her response to the hate video was an apt and pointed commentary on why she carries:

As for those who continue to threaten her, she says:


Dana Loesch has proven that she is a force to be reckoned with and much more than a pretty face in an NRA ad. The national conversation about gun rights needs to change and Loesch very well may have started the process by coming under fire herself.

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CJ Pearson didn’t start out wanting to be conservative icon but that is what he has become following cyber bullying and violent threats hurled his way by Democrat activist Mona Brown.

Pearson describes himself in one word – effective. After all, he developed his own brand… has a political message that resonates with his young of followers… has earned the respect of older generation conservatives and he has done this all by the ripe old age of 12.

CJ has considered himself a conservative since the age of 8 and advocates conservatism so articulately that he has attracted over 29,000 followers on Facebook, a two month old YouTube channel that boasts 2 million viewers and has featured on Fox News, the Washington Times, USA Today and from commentators that include Mark Levin and Laura Ingraham.

So it is no wonder that he has become a target of a leftwing troll who have launched an online campaign of bullying and veiled threats against the boy – threats serious enough to frighten Pearson’s family who had him take a pause from online advocacy before the threatened violence had been carried out.

But now the worm has turned and CJ Pearson is planning to press charges now that he knows the real name of his online tormentor. According to a Facebook post last Sunday, Ali A. Akbar of Vice and Victory, a consulting firm that works with CJ, has identified the woman behind the Twitter account “Mona Hussein Obama” as Mona Brown who describes herself as a “top Democratic activist” from Baltimore. Akbar said in a video:

“What she did was against the law” and that Akbar had vowed to “expose a troll, a bully, a grown adult and top Democrat activist in Maryland for bullying a 12-year-old.”

Late last week, Brown began her Twitter campaign of harassment against Pearson in retaliation for Internet videos harshly critical of Obama that have made the boy an Internet sensation. Her tweets ranged from insults – “your fam has been bowing down to white ppl” – to hints of violence “Wish we could switch Trayvon’s life for yours.”

On Facebook Friday, the 12-year-old announced he had had enough.

“After much thought and consideration, I’ve decided to take a break from politics and political commentary,” he wrote. “I had a horribly rough night on Twitter after a woman not only threatened to sue me for expressing my opinions but threatened my family.”

The boy handed over his social media accounts to Vice and Victory, which quickly set up a support fund and hashtag #StandWithCJ.

Before taking down her Twitter page, Brown posted an apology but only after true identity had been revealed.

“I apologize and I am deeply ashamed of the horrible statements I made to @cjpearson,” she wrote. “U know the right wing will never stop attacking me but please know that I NEVER threatened him or his family.”

She then went on to complain that “the right wing” was attacking her family despite the irony that she earlier attacked the Pearson family and wished for their death.

For Pearson, the experience has only energized his return to online politics and says that the incident has made his resolve stronger.

“After much thought and consideration, I have decided to press forward and continue to fight for what I believe in,” he wrote on Facebook. “Mona’s hate has only strengthened my resolve and has encouraged me to continue to do what I love and what I do best.”

This is the next step for Pearson who held fast against the kinds of attacks that liberals have hurled against conservatives for years. The young African American first captured national attention in February when he took to YouTube to sharply criticizing President Obama’s leadership.

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