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Why New York Times praises
‘cancel culture’ but skips over
its own racist history
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Posted by Garnet 7/12/2020 10:39:15 AM Post Reply
In a recent article about Mount Rushmore, The New York Times said of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt that “each of these titans of American history has a complicated legacy.” Reporters Bryan Pietsch and Jacey Fortin casually summarized the woke herd’s litany of grievances: Washington and Jefferson owned slaves, Lincoln was “reluctant and late” to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and Roosevelt “actively sought to Christianize and uproot Native Americans.”
Gingrich to Trump: Be More
Aggressive 'Than Nixon or Reagan'
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Posted by Garnet 7/12/2020 10:31:59 AM Post Reply
He may be the most optimistic American abroad, and when reached by phone Friday from Rome, the former speaker of the House offers an increasingly rare message to stateside Republicans resigning themselves to an ugly November: Newt Gingrich still believes Donald Trump can win.The charts—economic and medical and presidential—are far from promising at the moment. A recession looms while cases of COVID-19 spike and the president slips further downward in the polls, but Gingrich starts with a different model
A Nightmare Campaign of Outright Idiocy replies
Posted by Garnet 7/10/2020 10:13:12 AM Post Reply
As we get into high summer, there must be a very large number of Americans now actively considering whether the country is going mad. The leading newspaper in the nation’s capital has accused the president of plumbing “new depths of depravity” in a perfectly unexceptionable and soaringly eloquent speech at Mount Rushmore last Friday. Praising the American revolutionary ideal that “all men are created equal” and its reaffirmation by Abraham Lincoln in the Civil War that brought about the abolition of slavery somehow made Donald Trump “dark” and “divisive.” The president deplored academic and national media self-hate and espoused the highest objectives identified and pursued by every admired American leader
Trump SHOCK election poll:
Black Lives Matter protests
will get Trump re-elected
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Posted by Garnet 7/10/2020 10:09:29 AM Post Reply
According to the poll conducted by the Washington based thinktank the Democracy Institute, President Trump is neck and neck with his rival Joe Biden on 47 percent. However, Mr Trump would win in the electoral college system by 309 to 229 delegates because he is on course to win the crucial swing states including Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin where he outpolls Vice President Biden by 48 percent to 44 percent.The findings come as the US President went to the iconic Mount Rushmore to make a speech attacking “the angry mobs” who want to erase America’s history.
Frederick Douglass would stand up
for the Jefferson Memorial
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Posted by Garnet 7/8/2020 10:47:28 AM Post Reply
Lucian Truscott is the sixth-generation great-grandson of Thomas Jefferson. Truscott seems to think his family history (being a direct descendant of the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president) gives him all credibility to call for the Jefferson Memorial to be removed. Truscott contends “we don’t need” the monument. Monticello is enough because it emphasizes “his moral failings in full.” The Jefferson Memorial, by contrast, stands as a false “shrine to freedom.” And Truscott, as a descendant of Jefferson, clearly thinks he has full and unique authority to call for its removal.
I Am Black And I Am A Democrat.
But ‘I Ain’t’ Voting For Joe
Biden This November
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Posted by Garnet 7/8/2020 10:43:20 AM Post Reply
Since that day in May when I announced I would support Donald Trump for president, my motives have been questioned, my integrity assailed, even my intelligence challenged. That’s okay. I’m a lifelong Democrat, but I am also a black man, the son of a World War II veteran and a proud American.In recent weeks, there have been absurd calls to defund and disband police departments across the country by Democrats in response to the unjust murder of George Floyd. These are extreme calls that will only lead to more pain and suffering in our most vulnerable communities. As the former Chief Executive Officer of DeKalb County, Georgia, I’ve had to manage
Trump vs. Biden on America
Past and Present
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Posted by Garnet 7/7/2020 5:38:50 AM Post Reply
Presidential elections are typically contests between politicians with unambiguously positive views of the United States and competing ideas about how to improve it. This year, however, we must choose between two people with competing perspectives about whether a positive view of our country is even possible. President Trump believes the United States is a great nation founded by great men upon whose work we can build an even greater future. His challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, believes the United States has fallen far short of the ostensible principles of its hypocritical founders and that the only way forward is to fundamentally transform it according to some
Here's how Trump gets reelected replies
Posted by Garnet 7/6/2020 5:43:21 PM Post Reply
"Panic sets in at the White House over Trump's reelection prospects." That was the headline on a piece this week by Axios reporter Jonathan Swan, who we trust to tell the truth. He said President Trump's advisers are, "sounding alarms. There's widespread panic and pessimism over fears the economic comeback will be derailed by surging coronavirus cases. The failure of the Tulsa rally to reignite momentum and seemingly continuous missteps like retweeting a video with the words white power in it."Well, here's what I think about all that. There is no need to panic but there is an urgent need for a plan.
Patriotism Is Becoming ‘White Supremacy’ replies
Posted by Garnet 7/6/2020 5:34:30 PM Post Reply
The reaction to Trump’s Rushmore speech was unhinged. Never before has a speech extolling America’s virtues and the marvels or the nation’s heroes played to such poor — and completely dishonest — reviews. At Mount Rushmore on Friday night, President Trump gave a speech that was very tough on the woke Left, while largely celebrating America — its Founders, its ideals and freedom, its capacity for self-renewal, its astonishing variety of geniuses, adventurers, warriors, inventors, and great musicians and athletes.Then, his speech ended, and the press piled on with one of its most its unhinged and dishonest performances of his presidency, which is saying something.
There is no epidemic of fatal
police shootings against
unarmed Black Americans
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Posted by Garnet 7/5/2020 11:19:23 AM Post Reply
There is no epidemic of fatal police shootings against unarmed Black Americans Ideally officers would never need to take anyone's life. But the data on police killings doesn't support reducing or abolishing law enforcement. Heather Mac DonaldOpinion contributor The video of George Floyd’s tragic death under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has led many to ask whether it represents the tip of an iceberg of police brutality. For centuries, United States law enforcement was interwoven with slavery and segregation, and that memory cannot be easily erased. But the evidence does not support the charge that biased police are systematically killing Black Americans in fatal shootings.
A Magnificent Speech replies
Posted by Garnet 7/5/2020 11:14:27 AM Post Reply
Donald Trump did not mention Lincoln’s First Inaugural address in his speech commemorating the spirit of American Independence at Mount Rushmore on Friday night. But the president’s speech—perhaps his most forceful and eloquent to date—vibrated with the same energy and existential commitment that fired Lincoln in March 1861. Lincoln came to office at a time of crisis. His election had precipitated the secession of seven Southern states. His inaugural address was both a plea for conciliation and unity as well as a warning that violence would be stopped with force. “We are not enemies, but friends,” Lincoln said.
Michael Cohen, Who Was Released
To House Arrest Over COVID Fears, Is
Spotted Dining At NYC Restaurant
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Posted by Garnet 7/4/2020 10:17:50 AM Post Reply
Michael Cohen was released from prison in May to home confinement because of the coronavirus, but the threat posed by the bug isn’t stopping the former Trump lawyer from dining at restaurants in New York City, a hotspot for the pandemic. The New York Post spotted Cohen on Thursday night eating at Le Bilboquet, a French restaurant near Cohen’s Park Avenue apartment in Manhattan. The newspaper reported that Cohen and his wife were dining with two other guests until 11:30.The Bureau of Prisons granted Cohen a furlough on May 20, releasing him to home confinement due to concerns about coronavirus.