On just about any given day, liberals prove theirs is an ideology of genocidal rage and hate. No longer content to debate issues, liberals of all stripes now openly advocate the murder of conservatives and those who support the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
Since the tragic Newtown shootings, public schools have sought to keep their students safe, but have become a laughingstock instead, suspending students for some of the silliest reasons.
The latest example of public school stupidity came from Pasco, Washington, where a boy was suspended for talking about a toy gun. You read that right, folks — TALKING — about a TOY gun. The suspension was overturned, but the damage to the child has been done.
The entire Democrat-media complex is in full propaganda mode, working overtime to make Americans believe that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is unnecessary. According to them, if the Second Amendment didn’t exist, all guns would magically vanish and all crime would suddenly come to an end.
The sad truth is that if liberals had their way with guns, only criminals would have them, since law-abiding Americans would be disarmed. The result, of course, would be more senseless deaths. Presented here, for your consideration, are two stories of average Americans who protected their loved ones with a gun. Remember as you read these stories they would probably be dead if liberals had their way.
The exchange took place while Asner was being interviewed about his role in a propaganda cartoon produced by the California Federation of Teachers that showed wealthy people urinating on the poor. Continue reading →
This is from 2010, but the story is still good. If you haven’t read Limbaugh’s book, you should. At least, watch this video, because Limbaugh tells the truth about Thanksgiving – something you won’t get from the media and today’s education system.
Watch, and enjoy! And may God richly bless each of you this Thanksgiving!
Starting on August 1, groups like PTAs and booster clubs will no longer be able to raise funds by holding bake sales in Massachusetts schools.
“At a minimum, the nosh clampdown targets so-called ‘competitive’ foods — those sold or served during the school day in hallways, cafeterias, stores and vending machines outside the regular lunch program, including bake sales, holiday parties and treats dished out to reward academic achievement,” Laurel J. Sweet and Chris Cassidy reported at the Boston Herald on Monday.
The idea, of course, is to further control the nutritional intake of the state’s children, but if officials have their way, the ban will be expanded “24/7 to include evening, weekend and community events such as banquets, door-to-door candy sales and football games.”
MA state Sen. Susan Fargo, a Democrat – of course – said the problem has reached “crisis” proportions, meaning the government just has to step in and regulate something else.
What’s next? Regulating Sunday potluck meals at churches?