To our social media overlords, freedom of speech now means taking votes on which views to suppress. They call this “finding common ground”. Seriously. People already have the option to block posts from any source they don’t like. But our social saviors now feel a need to protect users they consider too stupid and uninformed… Continue reading Freedom of Speech Gets Zucked
It’s been said that there’s sanctuary in the voting booth. It’s true. The right to vote is precious. It’s the most basic guarantor of our freedoms. Sadly, as usual, Democrats and their leftist rooting section misunderstand and misconstrue the obvious. They take that preciousness to mean that we must provide the opportunity for everyone, even… Continue reading For Some People, the Constitution Needs a Warning Label
The Starbucks logo has become a symbol of love for every liberal cause. These bumbling baristas are the caffeinated champions of social justice. But they slipped up. One unfortunate incident was all it took for the racism hustlers to throw them under the bus. Now, the company has decided to double down on their marketing… Continue reading Starbucks Gets Screwed and It’s Pretty Funny
We thought Facebook was our friend. But we were wrong. Love at first sight can blind even the most rational among us. And we got taken, sucked in to socializing. We should have known the relationship was all about money. It started out rosy, but an opportunist creeped into the picture. It was an internet… Continue reading Facebook: We Shoved Our Faces In It and Now It Sucks
Senator Tim Scott, a fine and good man from South Carolina just said this: “Focus on the things we have in common rather than the things that divide us.” He was referring to the basis of his strong friendship with Congressman Trey Gowdy, also from South Carolina. Scott is black. Gowdy is white. Their closeness… Continue reading Can’t We All Just Get Along? Uhh…No.
Teachers are supposed to open minds and teach skills, not enlist recruits for a cause. They have become advocates, not instructors. Teachers have forgotten their mission, but at least they mean well. They really believe they’re doing the right thing. But they are mistaken. They live in a new kind of world, a world of… Continue reading Raising Robots: The Public School Propaganda Machine