Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Remember Us


Archibald MacLeish was a 20th century poet, author and three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize. He wrote the following about the lost soldier:
We were young. We have died.
Remember us.
We have done what we could but until
It is finished it is not done.
We have given our lives but until it is
Finished no one can know what our lives gave.
Our deaths are not ours; they are
Yours, they will mean what you make them.
Whether for peace, a new hope or nothing
We cannot say; it is you who must say this.
We leave you our deaths, give them
Their meaning.
We were young. We have died.
Remember us.
We do remember and celebrate you this day. It is an honor to be called your sons and daughters.
You beseech us: “We leave you our deaths, give them their meaning.”

You have done this already, Confederate Soldier. What more could we say in our meager way that you have not already declared by your valor, selflessness and unflinching dedication to the cause of Founding Rights. It is our challenge to defend you from those who would define your sacrifices in infamy and fallacy.

"The constitutionally guaranteed right of an integrated education.” ?

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After 51 years of litigation and three earlier plans to desegregate schools in a Mississippi Delta district, a federal judge says more work is still needed.

U.S. District Judge Debra Brown ruled that the town of Cleveland must merge its two high schools and two middle schools.

"The delay in desegregation has deprived generations of students of the constitutionally guaranteed right of an integrated education," Brown wrote in Friday's 96-page opinion. "Although no court order can right these wrongs, it is the duty of the district to ensure that not one more student suffers under this burden."

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Famous LGBT Activist Reveals The Scary, Real Goal Of The Bathroom Battle (And It's Not Bathrooms...It's Way Worse)

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What you may have been suspecting has been confirmed. LGBT activists' end goal is not ruling over the bathroom. It's obliterating the family. Riki Wilchins, a famous transsexual who recently wrote a piece in the gay publication The Advocate, revealed that many conservatives and even LGBT activists are missing the forest for the trees.

Titled, "We'll Win the Bathroom Battle When the Binary Burns," Wilchins says the real goal is to kill the notion of male and female altogether. The "binary" refers to gender distinction, and getting rid of the “heterobinary structure” is the goal. Wilchins writes that the fact that we are arguing over male and female facilities is proof that we still have far to go--that there should be no gender distinctions in general.

In fact, Wilchins points to an emerging group of people who don't want to affiliate as any gender. Life Site News explains, “'Non-binary' people don’t identify as male or female and they often want to be referred to as 'they' or 'hir' or 'zer.'  So the fact that there are even intimate facilities that reflect the “binary” truth about gender should change, Wilchins wrote."

If you are confused, you are not alone. But beneath all of the titles and non-titles, the insidious plan is the destruction of the family, reveals Stella Morabito, senior contributor to The Federalist.

The Imperial and Momentary We

 Gettysburg Address
 Evil incarnate.

“O Fame, O Fame! Many a man ere this Of no account hast thou set up on high.”

“It is a kind of baby talk, a puerile and wind­blown gibberish. . . . In content it is a vacuum.”
—H.L. Mencken on Warren G. Harding’s speeches

Americans are a practical people. They don’t want to hear your theory; they want to know what “works.” This aversion to systematic thinking, “American pragmatism,” has been celebrated as a virtue in a world cursed by ideology. And, by golly, this approach has “worked,” and worked well, in some aspects of our national life.

Another, less flattering, way to put it may be that Americans are a people of the Moment. The past is a void never thought of, and the future is merely a dreamy land of wishful thinking for escapist leisure. The Now is omnipotent. That you might build a house or plant trees that will be enjoyed by your distant descendants and have real ancestors worthy of honorable memory are ideas long vanished from the American consciousness. An absence of systematic thinking might be a sign of immaturity.

Hillary: " If a person is willing to call a Gold Star Mother or Widow a liar, there is NO LIE she will not tell the American public."

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Towson University hosts presentation: ‘white people are a plague’

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Towson U. 'white people are a plague'

In Obama’s America, it is open season on whites.

White Americans now seem to have a “Kick Me” sign on their backs because bashing whites has become a popular sport, especially on college campuses.

Towson University is a public university located in Towson, Baltimore County, Maryland. Founded in 1866 as Maryland’s first training school for teachers, Towson still produces the most teachers of any university in the state.

Hypeline reports, May 13, 2016, that it received information from a former Towson University “SGA member” that a student presentation, “The historical ties between homophobia in communities of color and colonization,” claimed that “white people are a plague to the planet”.

Appeals Court: Second Amendment extends to gun stores


A federal appeals court said Monday in a California lawsuit that the Second Amendment right to bear arms extends to gun stores and requires governments to justify restrictions on them.

The ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals came in a lawsuit against Alameda County by three men who wanted to open a gun store. They said a county ordinance that prohibits gun stores within 500 feet of a residential area violated the Second Amendment.

The 9th Circuit did not rule on the constitutionality of the 500-foot restriction, but it said the ordinance did involve the Second Amendment because the right to purchase and sell arms is “part and parcel of the historically recognized right to keep and to bear arms.”

The county, therefore, has to present evidence to justify the restriction and can’t simply assert that gun stores increase crime, 9th Circuit Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain said in the 2-1 decision.

“Alameda County’s ordinance may very well be permissible. Thus far, however, the county has failed to justify the burden it has placed on the right of law-abiding citizens to purchase guns,” O’Scannlain said.


Hillary’s Hypocritical Anti-Trump Tweet: “You Can Tell About A Person From The Company They Keep”

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Hey, Hillary: Right back at ya!

HT Weasel Zippers.

Here’s a pic of Hillary with Yasser Arafat – ‘The father of modern terrorism.’ And don’t Hillary and Chelsea look fab in their head-coverings?

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Palestinian Child Exploitation – 10-year old “Journalist” Janna Jihad

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 You may recall the name Janna Jihad.

Janna is a member of the Tamimi clan from Nabi Saleh. Among the more infamous Tamimi members is Ahlam Tamimi, the woman who organized the Sbarro Pizza restaurant suicide bombing in 2001, and then broke out with a huge smile when she learned that more children actually were killed than she thought.

Charleston Japanese restaurant bans hoodies and sagging pants

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Trump Is the Wind That Obama’s JV Presidency Hath Sown


A rare point of universal agreement in all this trenchant political acrimony: No matter what you think of Donald Trump, the political environment in which the flashy real estate mogul has so brilliantly thrived was created entirely by President Obama.

This explains the president’s truly bizarre performance during his graduation speech Sunday. The president is angry, he is defensive, he is spending his final months in office hopelessly trying to spin his failed presidency.

“In politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue,” he said in a speech that was otherwise peppered with obvious references to Mr. Trump, who is already basically running against Mr. Obama’s third term, whoever the Democratic nominee will be.

“It’s not cool to not know what you are talking about,” he told the easy crowd. “That’s not keeping it real or telling it like it is, that’s not challenging political correctness. That’s just not knowing what you’re talking about.”

I’m sorry, what is the president talking about? His policy in Libya? His handling of the “JV” team that makes up the Islamic State terrorist group today? His cowardly mishandling of race relations in America? Or is he talking about his disastrously failed health care program? His hollow border policy that has — literally — killed innocent American citizens?

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Is Mitt on a Suicide Mission?

 Is Mitt on a Suicide Mission?

We must frankly face the fact that the front runners in both political parties represent a new low, at a time of domestic polarization and unprecedented nuclear dangers internationally. This year's general election will offer a choice between a thoroughly corrupt liar and an utterly irresponsible egomaniac.

The Republican establishment, whose serial betrayals of their supporters created the setting for a Donald Trump to arise, must now decide how best to deal with the apparent inevitability of his candidacy.

Choosing among various unpalatable options may require some tricky maneuvering on their part, but they have been used to tricky maneuvering before, which is how they find themselves in this predicament in the first place.

'Screw the next generation' and 'Harry Reid's a pompous a**': Democratic congressman writes Anonymous tell-all book slamming 'nation of naive, self-absorbed sheep' as he admits he never reads bills he votes on

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 GUESSING GAME: 'The Confessions of Congressman X' is due on bookshelves May 24 and Washington is abuzz with speculation about who wrote it

A new book threatens to blow the lid off of Congress as a federal legislator's tell-all book lays out the worst parts of serving in the House of Representatives – saying that his main job is to raise money for re-election and that leaves little time for reading the bills he votes on.

Mill City Press, a small Minnesota-based 'vanity press' publisher describes 'The Confessions of Congressman X' as  'a devastating inside look at the dark side of Congress as revealed by one of its own.'

'No wonder Congressman X wants to remain anonymous for fear of retribution. His admissions are deeply disturbing.' 

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Black Lives Matter Activists Tear Down Students' Pro-Police Display

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A "Blue Lives Matter" display at Dartmouth College to pay tribute to law enforcement officers was torn down on Friday and replaced with Black Lives Matter signs.

The school's College Republicans had received permission to put up the display in honor of National Police Week on a bulletin board in the school's student center.

But within hours, the display was torn down and in its place were flyers, which read: “You cannot co-opt the movement against state violence to memorialize its perpetrators. #blacklivesmatter.”

The activists who put the new flyers stood guard over the bulletin board for the whole day, while the College Republicans worked to resolve the situation through the school's administration.

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Krauthammer on New Trump 'Scandals': If That's the Best They've Got, Then Plan for Inauguration

Charles Krauthammer reacted to recent "hit pieces" published in the media about Donald Trump that he says have fizzled.

Krauthammer said that a New York Times' article published over the weekend about Trump's history with women turned up nothing.

Trump's ex-girlfriend Rowanne Brewer Lane told Fox and Friends this morning that she was misquoted and that her words were taken out of context.

Krauthammer said: "It looks as if the Times had 50 interviews, spent a lot of money and time, knew it didn't really have a story, came out exactly with...a story that was nuanced, interesting, but there was nothing scandalous about it.

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