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20 Lies That Liberals Believe

Over the past few weeks, I have collected a list of lies that liberals have been promulgating thru various outlets. Not all liberals necessarily believe every one of these lies, but I have no doubt that all liberals believe most of them.

Do any conservatives believe some of these lies? Perhaps, and if you do, I’m afraid your membership in the OK Politechs Conservative Club™ is going to have to go up for review.

College basketball players who might possibly believe that homosexuality is a sin should not be allowed to play in the NCAA basketball tournament. Kids in cages at border detention facilities prior to Biden’s inauguration – Evil. Kids in cages at border detention facilities after Biden’s inauguration – Not a story. The President of the United States having to use a picture book at a press conference is not concerning. When cops shoot someone it’s because cops are bad. When anyone else shoots someone it’s because […] → Keep reading

Black Lives Don’t Matter

Since the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin, blacks and other liberals have thrown out the phrase ‘black lives matter’ all over social media, signs, broadcasts, graffiti and other places. When Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson after committing a robbery and attacking a police officer, the phrase received new impetus and has become a staple in the liberal lexicon. The people using it want everyone to believe that nobody cares about black lives but them. They use it as incitement to anger and justification for protests and riots, such as in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray. It’s a call to battle. A rallying cry. It’s a unifying phrase for blacks and liberals who decry ‘white privilege’ and the death of any black person at the hands of a white police officer, whether justified or not. But there’s just one problem with it.

They don’t mean it.

The ‘black lives matter’ meme is supposed […] → Keep reading

Eric Holder: Still A Nation of Cowards

Last week at the University of Virginia, Attorney General Eric Holder had what The Daily Caller labeled a “friendly interview” and was asked if he would take back his 2009 remark that Americans are a “nation of cowards” on racial issues. “I would not take that back,” he replied.

In 2009 he spoke to his agency employees at an event celebrating Black History Month and said, “Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial, we have always been and we – I believe continue to be, in many ways, essentially a nation of cowards. Certain subjects are off-limits and that to explore them risks at best embarrassment, and at worst, the questioning of one’s character.”

In the interview last week he outlined his agenda for using his legal clout to equalize outcome for blacks.

The Daily Caller – During his tenure, Holder has greatly expanded the range of race-related lawsuits […] → Keep reading

Reverand Wright: Tea Party Is Lynch Mob 2.0

Earlier this week, Rev. Jeremiah Wright spoke to a crowd in Wilmington, DE at a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast and said that one branch of the Tea Party is nothing but a 2.0 upgrade of lynch mobs. He decried the opposition to President Obama, parroting the leftist mantra that anyone who disagrees with Obama is obviously a racist.

Delaware Online – “Tell your children we have some unfinished business on the agenda with the voting rights bill gutted by a right-wing dominated Supreme Court … with mass incarceration robbing black and brown communities of any positive future … with jobs being shipped overseas … with one branch of the tea party being nothing but a 2.0 upgrade of the lynch mobs … with some folks doing everything they can to get that black man out of their White House.”

Many in the largely black crowd of more than 400 people gave Wright a standing ovation and dozens swarmed […] → Keep reading

Worshipping Mandela

Earlier this year I predicted that upon the death of Nelson Mandela there would be those who respond as if Jesus himself had just died. I am now calling that prediction fulfilled. President Obama, former Presidents Clinton and Bush (43) are all in South Africa today for the Mandela memorial service. The outpouring of praise for Mandela has come from all corners of the globe and it will probably not be long before statues are erected and landmarks are named in his honor. Glowing remarks about Mandela have come from sources that have even surprised and shocked me, including the Baptist Press, the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. With so many jumping on the Mandela bandwagon perhaps it is prudent to take another look at the life being honored.

Nelson Mandela formed the terrorist group Umkhonto we Sizwe in 1961 when he and others decided that violence was the best way to combat the racist policies of the […] → Keep reading

The Exploitation of Trayvon Martin

As of this writing, since January 1, 2013, there have been 157 homicides of blacks in Chicago. The causes of death were 12 by stabbing and 145 by gunshot. Sixteen of them were under 18 years of age. Without looking them up, can you name even one of the victims? Just one? Unless you’re from Chicago or related to someone involved in the case, I’ll bet you can’t.

Have you heard about Darryl Green? He was a 17 year old in Chicago whose decomposed body was found in an abandoned building. He’d been shot to death. It’s suspected he was murdered because he refused to join a gang. Have you heard Darryl Green mentioned on MSNBC? CNN? Even Fox? By Obama? Anyone in Hollywood?

In the 513 days between Trayvon Martin’s death and the verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial there were 11,106 blacks murdered by other blacks. Again, can you name even one of the victims? So why then, […] → Keep reading

The Real Lynching Party

Last week a video of Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN) speaking at the Congressional Black Caucus Job Tour made the rounds of the Internet. In this video Carson claimed the Tea Party was preventing African Americans from making progress toward equality with whites. He said “This is the effort that we are seeing of Jim Crow. Some of these folks in Congress right now would love to see us as second class citizens. Some of them in Congress right now with this Tea Party movement would love to see you and me…hanging on a tree.”

Let’s just take a look at the historical record and see who was hanging who from trees, who was trying to get it stopped, and who was thwarting that effort.

The Tuskegee University has recorded 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites lynched between 1881 and 1968.

After the Civil War, there was a period of heavy violence in the South. White Democrats attacked blacks and white […] → Keep reading