Dear Liberal Progressives & SJWs: Tolerance Works Both Ways

Dear Liberal Progressives & SJWs: Tolerance Works Both Ways

My Dear Fellow American’s of the Progressive, Liberal, and Social Justice Persuasions: Hi! It’s me, Matt! It’s come to my attention that it is becoming increasingly difficult for you to tolerate people whose opinions differ with your own! Confused? I KNOW! It seems completely irrational that others have opinions that differ with your own. But my, oh my, the evidence just seems to keep stacking up! It’s really nothing to scream about or compare graduating students to the KKK over these differences. You are even freaking out over Miss America’s stunningly straightforward answer to the politically loaded question of “Do you think affordable healthcare for all US citizen is a right or a privilege and why?”: “I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege, As a government employee, I’m granted health care. And I see firsthand that for one, to have health care, you need to have jobs, so therefore we need to continue to cultivate this environment that we’re given the opportunity to have health care as well as jobs so that (sic) all the American citizens worldwide.” I was extremely pleased with the erudite and direct manner in which the 25-year-old Kára McCullough acquitted herself and quite accurately stated the truth of the matter: No one is entitled to healthcare or any other service for that matter. Oh yes, that’s right: healthcare is a service as the labor of medical professionals and their varied support staff both skilled and unskilled is coupled with a myriad of privately developed products it creates the SERVICE of healthcare. Furthermore, the high degree of sophistication of both the services and products here in the...
TWO SCOOPS OF FAKE NEWS

TWO SCOOPS OF FAKE NEWS

TWO SCOOPS OF JUSTICE… The previously credible NY Times and Washington Post, along with hysterical news readers at CNN and NBC recently reported that FBI Director Comey requested additional funds for the Russian-Trump investigation before being fired. This was not true.  It is now known that this was just another fake news story. The Washington Post and the same news sources, again, without verification or investigation, all reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein threatened to quit over President Trump’s use of Rosenstein’s critical letter on Comey, as a partial reason for his firing. Now we discover that Rosenstein never threatened to quit. More media ‘fake news.’ Many Americans who have followed these news sources for the past few years are not surprised. While these news outlets have shown almost no interest in covering the crimes and coverups of the Obama Administration– whether it was Eric Holder and Fast and Furious, Lois Lerner, at the IRS targeting Conservative groups and then destroying evidence, or the numerous laws that were broken by Hillary Clinton, the media has fervently reported a story that President Trump may have had two scoops of ice cream while his guests received only one. The bizarre contradictions with the lack of credible investigative journalism into the corruption of government officials make the American news media seem more like something out of an episode of ‘Fargo’ than a credible news organization. When FBI Director Comey was fired, newsreaders across the network spectrum became unhinged, making silly comparisons to Nixon’s firing of Archibald Cox. Senator Feinstein recently revealed that there was no Russian connection to Trump, so it...
This Day in History – May 16

This Day in History – May 16

May 16 1717 – Writer Francois-Marie Arouet, aka Voltaire, is imprisoned in the Bastille for his politically satirical writings 1770 – Marie Antoinette marries future King Louis XVI of France 1777 – Georgia Patriot and signer of the Declaration of Independence, Button Gwinnett, receives a bullet wound in a duel with his political rival, Georgia city Whig Lachlan McIntosh, which will kill him three days later 1801 – William Henry Seward, US Secretary of State from 1861 through 1869, is born 1804 – Founder of the first US kindergarten, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, is born 1824 – Confederate General Edmund Kirby-Smith is born 1831 – Scientist who co-invented the microphone, David Edward Hughes, is born 1849 – The New York City Board of Health establishes a hospital to deal with a cholera epidemic that will kill over 5,000 1850 – Polish surgical pioneer Johannes von Mikulicz-Radecki is born 1863 – At the Battle of Champion’s Hill, Union General Ulysses Grant repulses the Confederates, driving them into Vicksburg 1868 – President Andrew Johnson is acquitted during Senate impeachment, by one vote, cast by Edmund Ross 1879 – The Treaty of Gandamak between Russia and England sets up the Afghan state 1881 – Outlaw Dick Fellows is released from San Quentin after a five-year stretch for robbing stagecoaches 1886 – Journalist, historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, Douglas Southall Freeman, is born 1905 – Actor Henry Fonda is born 1912 – Author and historian Studs Terkel is born 1913 – Jazz bandleader Woody Herman is born 1918 – The US Congress passes the Sedition Act, designated to protect America’s participation in WWI 1919...
Tim Allen’s Conservative Hit Show “Last Man Standing” Suddenly Canceled, Does Hollywood Blacklist Conservatives?

Tim Allen’s Conservative Hit Show “Last Man Standing” Suddenly Canceled, Does Hollywood Blacklist Conservatives?

Just two months after American actor, Tim Allen, talked about Hollywood’s liberal bias, his highly-rated show was abruptly canceled. After this shocking announcement, some people are speculating about the idea that openly conservative actors are being blacklisted by Hollywood. Last week Tim Allen’s TV sitcom, Last Man Standing, was canceled by ABC. Despite being the Networks second most watched program, the show was canned. According to Deadline, it was ABC’s “second most watched comedy this season with 8.1 million viewers in Live +7, only behind flagship Modern Family (8.7 million).” Fans online believe Allen’s outspoken beliefs and recent comments on the Jimmy Kimmel show about Hollywood’s authoritarian behavior has caused the show to be axed. In the controversial interview with Kimmel, Allen said that being a conservative today is like being a Jew in 1930’s Germany. Stunned and blindsided by the network I called home for the last six years. #lastmanstanding — Tim Allen (@ofctimallen) May 16, 2017 “You gotta be real careful around here,” Allen said. “You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody else believes. This is like ’30s Germany.” In the past, actors have expressed their fear of being blacklisted because of political ideology. Back in 2008, The Washington Times reported that there was a secret society of conservative actors that made up of about 1500 members. The group, known as “Friends of Abe,” would meet in restaurants or their private homes to discuss common values or “anti-Americanism in Hollywood movies” or the negative perception of “industry bias against conservatives and Republicans.” It worked as a secretive support group, in fear that the actors...
VOTER ID BLOCKED SUPREME COURT WON’T HEAR APPEAL OF RULING ON NC LAW

VOTER ID BLOCKED SUPREME COURT WON’T HEAR APPEAL OF RULING ON NC LAW

by Fox News North Carolina’s tough voter identification law was dealt what could be a fatal blow on Monday, as the Supreme Court rejected an appeal to reinstate the policy. Advocates of the law said it was meant to preserve the integrity of elections and counter voter fraud. But critics said it unfairly singled out black voters. The justices on Monday left in place a lower court ruling citing such alleged discrimination. That ruling struck down the law’s photo ID requirement and reduction in early voting. The decision comes just days after President Trump ordered a a review of voter fraud allegations. In the North Carolina case, the situation was complicated when Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein tried to withdraw the appeal, which was first filed when Republican Pat McCrory was governor. Chief Justice John Roberts said the political situation created uncertainty over who is authorized to seek review of the lower court ruling. The dispute is similar to the court fight over Texas’ voter ID law, also struck down as racially discriminatory. RELATED: TRUMP-ADMINISTRATION-VASTLY-EXPANDS-GLOBAL-ANTIABORTION-POLICY Republicans in both states moved to enact new voting measures after the Supreme Court in 2013 struck down a provision of the federal Voting Rights Act that had required them to get advance approval before changing laws dealing with elections. Voters, civil rights groups and the Obama administration quickly filed lawsuits challenging the new laws. The Trump administration already has dropped its objections to the Texas law. RELATED: NEW-US-TRADE-ENVOY-SAYS-TO-MEET-LAWMAKERS-ON-NAFTA-ATTEND-APEC-MEET Shortly before Trump took office in January, the Justice Department urged the Supreme Court to reject the North Carolina appeal. When...