North America’s Media and its Liberal Myth Makers: Racism

 
I hate racism!  I hate talking about it!  I hate reading about it!  Yet here we go...
 
Recently I reviewed a YouTube clip from April 2012 by Kira Davis. Davis is a Californian black conservative who grew up on Prince Edward Island in Canada. In her monologue she eviscerated MSNBC’s Boston liberal Toure. Davis rightly called out Toure for trivializing real racism through his use of something most liberals engage in: faux racism… ginned up style. Davis also spoke of growing up under real racism on Canada’s PEI.  Davis’ account offended me. We’re not racist in Canada. How dare she! She can’t be right, can she?
 
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The Gay Rights Militia: Fabulous Fascists

Tolerance seems to be a one way street with the militant wing of the gay rights agenda crowd. Sometimes it seems they have but one wing. I guess that's what keeps them flying in clock"wise" circles. Doesn't sound very "progressive" to me, unless "Duck, Duck, Goose", or "Ring Around the Rosies" could be considered progressive.
 
I chose the Duck, Duck, Goose reference in honor of The Duck Commander, and the Ring Around The Rosies reference in honor of florists forced to flower fabulous weddings. 
 
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Can a Conservative Woman Be a Feminist?

When I was young, I thought I was a bit of a revolutionary.  I organized a sit down strike in high school to protest the new dress code. It was changed.  I was the vice president of marketing two years in a row at the local Junior Achievement, back when they actually taught kids how to run a business.  I worked hard and pushed my way into everything I wanted.  Is that feminism? 
 
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5-year-old tells her parents, "Lunch lady said I can’t pray"

 
Is this that part of the First Amendment where it says, "...free exercise thereof"? I don't think it is. I do think it's high time that teachers, congressman and women, and government appointees, be required to at least learn The Bill of Rights, so they can begin to put them into practice as they perform their each and several duties. If there are some words within they still don't understand. They need to look them up.
 
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