Politically correct micro-aggression choice of words lead to on-air murders

largePolitical correctness comes home to roost. How the legitimization of “micro-aggression” lead to murder…

The question starting to be asked is if something popularly known as micro-aggression is now legitimizing thin-skinned and perpetually offended individuals to cry foul at every imagined slight.

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Journalist banned from YouTube for chronicling black on white crimes

 Journalist banned from YouTube for chronicling black on white crimes

(Colin Flaherty)

American journalist and author, Colin Flaherty, who has been chronicling racially motivated violence by blacks against whites for the last several years, announced on Saturday, August 15, 2015 that YouTube has black-listed his reporting by terminating his account, and declined to provide a reason for the suspension.

Flaherty is the author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It”, and his latest, “Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it”. Both books take an inside look at acts of violence unreported by the so-called mainstream media, namely left-leaning liberal media outlets that continue to ignore crimes against whites. Continue reading

The curious case of Donald Trump, the 14th Amendment and Wong Kim Ark

2Call them anchor babies who gained American citizenship through fraud and deception, or they could be referred to as the recipients of birthright citizenship as guaranteed by the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution.

Call them what you like, but one of the few certainties regarding the children of illegal aliens born on US soil is that both the left leaning and the right leaning media has come out swinging.

Possibly as rare as a Minnesota dentist bagging a unicorn, or a Discovery Channel reality show of grown men searching for Sasquatch droppings, reporter for the usually left-leaning Mother Jones news outlet, Inae Oh doesn’t exactly keep her pro-Bill O’Reilly bias hidden in her coverage of the Donald Trump vs. Bill O’Reilly slugfest recently on the Fox News opinion program, The O’Reilly Factor. According to Oh, Trump ramped up his “nativist rhetoric” by claiming the Fourteenth Amendment is unconstitutional, which he actually never stated during the interview (see video).

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Conservative media picking up on Fiorina’s 9/11 praise of Islam, Ottomans

635634956003435504-XXX-CAP-Down-Carly-Fiorina-hdb385As the old saying goes, it’s better late than never. That particular adage may apply to the handful of conservative-leaning national news outlets picking up on Carly Fiorina’s 2001 speech to Hewlett-Packard in which she claimed the Islamic World from the centuries spanning 800 – 1600 was “a civilization that was the greatest in the world.”

As reported by NBC News and the self-proclaimed progressive-leaning Mother Jones news portal, both on Aug. 17, 2015, former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) took to social media the day prior notifying her followers on Twitter that a guest columnist penned an opinion article on ChristianHeadlines.com regarding Fiorina’s 14-year-old speech while still the CEO at the computer giant. Either provocative or indifferent, depending on one’s perspective, Fiorina’s speech, entitled “Technology, Business and Our Way of Life: What’s Next” prompted the former North Star State congresswoman to tweet, “Carly Fiorina delivered this speech in MPLS praising Muslims 2 weeks after 911” along with the web address.

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Report; vast majority of big money donors lean Democrat/Liberal

a6e30c0e6f1371ef25dcc0b3790eb66aAs reporter Josh Voorhees of Slate Magazine penned on Aug. 14, 2015, Vice President Joe Biden is taking time out of his South Carolina vacation to meet with “allies and advisors” regarding a possible challenge to the presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

However, Voorhees passed on partisan politics by pointing out the reality of the situation in his party.

As noted, the Slate reported cut to the chase when he penned, “for all the anybody-but-Hillary chatter this summer, the party’s powerbrokers continue to line up behind Clinton and the major donors continue to cut checks. For the establishment, then, Biden represents little more than a Plan B…”

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Questions arise if Hillary Clinton will ever receive ‘Trump’s treatment’

hillary-clinton-no-teeth-big-smile-ap-640x480Despite the inaugural Republican candidates presidential debate having come and gone slightly more than a week ago, the question is now starting to be asked if the precedence set at the first GOP debate will be resurrected for their opposites on the Democratic Party side.

Yea or nay, it’ll be quite some time before we find out. As the Boston Globe cited on Aug. 12, 2015, the first Democratic debate won’t even happen until sometime in mid-October.

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Megyn Kelly’s non-stop problems with the GOP candidates, Fox base, her boss

megyn_kelly_variety-coverAs the old saying goes; be careful what you say, it just may come back to haunt you. That tried and true adage just may be the best way to describe Fox News personality Megyn Kelly’s past few weeks.

As reported by the Breitbart.com news portal on Aug. 11, 2015, Kelly has doubled down on her very public feud with Republican presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump. As cited, in the opening of a recent airing of her prime time show The Kelly File, the hostess acknowledged the contentious relationship between herself and the multi-billionaire.

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Donald Trump vs. Megyn Kelly; ‘Rare moment of weakness’ for Fox News

Donald TrumpIf Gabriel Sherman’s investigative report is to be believed, Fox News didn’t just blink first, but in the parlance of prison yards everywhere, Fox just got punked out by Donald Trump.

Love him, hate him, or indifferent towards him, Trump has struck a nerve with more than a few voters. As noted by the Daily Intelligencer’s Gabriel Sherman, it turns out that The Donald also has the ability to make the head honcho of the number one news network actually scramble for much needed damage control.

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Minnesota: Hillary polling behind Deez Nuts

Hillary-Clinton-Concession-Speech-2008-Hands-Up-593x442Not to be confused with Earl Butz, salted nuts or potato chips manufactured by Utz, Hillary Clinton is polling far behind Deez Nuts. In Minnesota, anyhow.

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon and the Chicago Sun Times, both on Aug. 4, 2015, Deez Nuts is running for the Presidency of the United States.

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‘Largest Confederate funeral in a century’ says goodbye to a Southern black man

BlackConfederateThe Deep South doesn’t get much deeper than Oxford, Mississippi. The same town that’s home to the Ole Miss Rebels and the university’s former mascot Colonel Reb, just held the largest Confederate funeral and procession the city has seen for over the last 100 years.

As reported by WTVA (of Tupelo, Miss.) and The Local Voice newspaper (of Oxford, Miss), both on Aug. 3, 2015, Anthony Hervey was laid to rest yesterday in what has been described as the largest Confederate funeral and procession seen in Oxford, Mississippi for at least the last century. Known in the press as a “black Confederate,” Hervey was an unabashed and unapologetic supporter of everything Confederate States of America, to include the iconic Confederate battle flag.

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