When I entered the world of political discourse and commentary, I found some people who liked to call me a racist. This was new for me, and I certainly didn’t want to let a charge like that stand. So I would set about proving them wrong by pointing out my black friends, my support of equality for all, my admiration for Martin Luther King… It seems silly now.
The hypocrisy of the Liberal Democrats knows no bounds as Democrat ′social justice′ advocate Jehmu Greene called Tucker Carlson a ′bow-tying white boy′ during a heated discussion of Elizabeth Warren and her phoney claims about being a Native American Indian. The incident happened yesterday afternoon on the Fox News Channel during the Megyn Kelly program. It would seem that Ms. Greene, if that really is her name, thinks that if Warren wants to claim being a minority, even if it is a lie, then that is just fine with her. Forget about reverse racism, Ms. Greene also apparently considers any insults flung at white folk to be speaking-truth-to-power. She even denied saying what she said when challenged. Meanwhile, many question whether or not Democrat Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren opposing Scott Brown lied to the Harvard Law School about her Native American heritage?
Tucker Carlson takes one on the cheek from Jehmu Greene, who called him a ″bow tying white boy.″ Image Credit: Carrie Devorah / Wenn.com.
George Zimmerman still has some “splain-in” to do. That is according to MSNBC and ABC which obtained footage of Zimmerman being escorted by police into the station, presumably for questioning. Zimmerman does not appear seriously injured — at least not in the originally broadcast video.
We all know how much Barack Obama likes calling people up to apologize or feign empathy with them after some tragedy. He called Sandra Fluke after the big, bad Rush Limbaugh called her mean names on his nationally syndicated radio show. Obama then called the family of Trayvon Martin this past week, several weeks after the young 17-year old African-American youth was shot and killed by a Hispanic man, George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. Of course, Zimmerman claims he was being attacked and an eyewitness apparently is verifying that story. Oddly enough, about the same time of the Trayvon Martin case, there was a genuine, racially motivated attack taking place in Kansas City Missouri. The 13-year old son of Melissa Coon was attacked by two teenagers who poured gasoline on Coon′s son and set him on fire. Coon′s son was white and the two attackers were black.
Republican candidate Dave Hoekstra is in a bit of hot water over an ad his campaign aired in Michigan during the Super Bowl. As a result, lefties and race-pimps everywhere are lining up ranks deeps to get on TV to denounce the ad as “racist.”
It depicts a pretty young Chinese woman riding a bike down a lane, the backdrop of which looks like rice fields. The woman stops her bike before the camera and in a stereotypical sort of broken English the woman thanks “Debbie Spend-it-now” (for Hoekstra’s Democrat opponent, Debbie Stabenow) for helping China gain jobs at America’s expense.
“Debbie spend so much American money,” the Chinese woman says. “You borrow more and more, from us, your economy get very weak. Ours get very good.”
Congressman Doug Lamborn (R-CO) issued an apology today for saying last week, on a Denver radio program, that being attached to President Obama’s policies is like ‘touching a tar baby.’ Apparently, some people took umbrage at these remarks on the grounds that the term is racist. A video of the apology follows.
In honor of the 25th Black History Month, lets take time to remember some of the most important moments in African American history. Also what is happening this year to celebrate the month of February? For the full story, with more great photos and videos, keep reading below.
Every year at this time we look back over the past and remember where things were and what they have become. From the abolishing of slavery to electing the first black president things have definitely improved for our nation as a whole. Read the rest of this entry »
Paul LePage, a Republican, was elected Governor of Maine last November. During his election campaign, according to an article in Politico, the NAACP had repeatedly asked him to appear at some of their events to address their leadership. He consistently rejected their invitations. His basis for this action was that he doesn’t cater to special interest groups, that he considers the NAACP to be a special interest group, and that he won’t be held hostage by any special interests.