Words are a Tricky Thing

Words

On the surface, which, unfortunately, is as deep as low information dimwits dare to swim, this sounds extremely racist. Which is why I’m so surprised to see some of my more intelligent friends, but not so much with high ranking political figures, making this into something it’s not. Continue Reading →

This Means War!

Words

WAR – Anthony Kennedy has gone and done it. Having a romanticized, fictionalized view of the role and power of the Supreme Court, the newest icon of gay rights has put the final nail in the coffin of traditional beliefs and institutions. The storm clouds of war against religion, traditional Christian religion, that have been gathering over the past several years are finally upon us and will shortly release their vicious, slashing torrents. Chief Justice Roberts, in a lucid moment (rare for him of late), gave a preview in his dissent – (Page 67 for those following along) “The majority graciously suggests that religious believers may continue to ‘advocate’ and ‘teach’ their views of marriage. The First Amendment guarantees, however, the freedom to ‘exercise’ Continue Reading →

Democrats Create a Water Shortage in California; Call it a Drought

Drought or Water Shortage On June 1, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown (D) announced mandatory water restrictions for all California residents. Brown, his liberal political cohorts, and the media are calling California’s water crisis a “drought.” However, a drought caused by nature. What is it called when liberal politicians owned by radical environmental groups don’t build sufficient water infrastructure to keep up with population growth?  Answer: A “water shortage.” In a January press conference Brown joked: “Governors can’t make it rain”. On July 23, 2007, Brown said “right now, the water system is extremely vulnerable. For one thing, we haven’t built anything, like I said, in 30 years.” Good observation, Sherlock. Sarcasm aside, politicians can and should do the job they were elected Continue Reading →