If there’s one thing I’m sick of, it’s the double standard in media. Certain remarks are fine to say about certain groups, but not others; particular people, but only them, not the adversaries; they can mock and undermine some religions, but not others. It’s a lot of crazy ideas that to be equal in every sense, you have to knock down the majority and pander to the minority. Continue reading
One of my coworkers went to the public library today during her lunch break. She came back and mentioned that even though the building is fairly new, it smells like urine. The reason is that a bunch of homeless people hang out there and pee all over the place. Rather than going to the restroom, they just take a leak somewhere in racks where they’re hidden. Continue reading
Some stories come out and I think, “WTF?” You saw one a few months ago, but read this one. This one will make you want to scream. Don’t let your kids see this one. This is really messed up. If you have kids in this sorry excuse for a school, I suggest private school or home schooling. This is simply a story that shocked me when I first read it. Not because some jerks in the public school system took it upon themselves to mentally rape a bunch of children, but because they defended it as part of the state curriculum. Read the story below. You may want to take a sedative first though. Continue reading
Many of us in the prepper/patriot/III% community have long discussed the direction our country is going. We look at new laws and programs and, while we realize some are necessary, see many as over-priced babysitters and nannies. Many federal programs have no place within the federal government’s scope. In many cases, these programs were designed for a different purpose than they’ve come to have today. What does it take to be a socialist program? Well, if you want to get technical, it’s any government-owned, -funded, or -subsidized operation. Yep, so federally back student loans and mortgages; socialist programs. Continue reading
I found this on The Blaze after hearing Glenn talk about it this morning and thought it was important enough to put it out there in its entirety. I didn’t want to change anything about it as I didn’t want to take away from the work MRC and Glenn’s staff did in reporting this. Enjoy and feel free to comment.
If you know who Frances Fox Piven is, you already know I don’t care much for her or her type. This is a woman who, in my opinion, should be outed as the psychotic Commie she is. This woman, along with her late partner in crime Richard Cloward, have such skewed mindsets it flat-out amazes me that anyone would listen to them.
Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis’ office was attacked by someone throwing molotov cocktails. While she wasn’t there, herself, two of her staffers were. Generally, when you have someone become violent toward a politician, it is politically motivated. Obviously, that’s not always the case, but generally, I’d say it’s the case. No one was hurt in the attack, but I’m pretty sure they had the crap scared out of them.
You normally have two types of people who commit these attacks. They tend to be either left wing nutjobs or right wing nutjobs. You tend to see more violence ffrom the left than the right, but you do get the occaion that some right winger gets too wound up and snaps.
Today, we’re going to discuss when to use civil discourse or when to use uncivil discourse.
Generally, civil discoursde is the way to go. You can get up and protest something, have a sit-in and get arrested for non-compliance. If civil dicourse is done correctly, you’ll see results in a lot of cases.
One problem you have in civil discourse is that what may be civil to one group, may not be considered civil to another. You know, as well as I do, that politics is a heated debate and a lot of people become very passionate about it.
Primarily, you see civil discourse in the Tea Party, Sons of Liberty Riders, parts of the Occupy movement. Civil discourse tends to get bad publicity as trouble makers and such. You know, the left calls the Tea Party names like Tea Baggers. Occupy called Flea Baggers. The names go on and on. You’ll notice that the two conservative groups I listed have not become violent, but the one liberal group has.
Uncivil or Noncivil discourse has a place in our society. However, you must be careful about how and when you use it. That’s the big problem in today goings-on. People are resulting to violence too quickly and its not necessary. You find a lot of this kind of behavior from the Occupy Wall St people as they have a history of attacking small businesses, assaulting passersby in nice cars, deficating in public, etc. This isn’t the first time the left has become violent and destroyed property that doesn’t belong to them.
Now, like I said, uncivil discourse does have a place in our society. That place is when all other forms of discourse breakdown. In order to be a break down, there are certain things that have to happen.
1) Your civil discourse has been met with violent counter attacks,
2) The authorities have squashed all attempts at civil discourse,
or 3) the rights have been simple taken away.
At that point, I’d suggest its time to follow in the words of our forefathers and the original intent of the 2nd Amendment.