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  2. I just realized they are all dressed in White, the capsule is White, they are all White. Can we say White Privilege?
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  4. Andrew Klavan Question: Why Do These (insert many many many Expletives Here) still breathing. Some people just need killing.
  5. Valin

    January 6th

    Eight Months After January 6, Prosecutors Make Aggressive Maneuvers As Defendant Attempts Suicide, Another Beaten In Jail Luke Rosiak Sep 17, 2021 Some sixty people are still behind bars eight months after the January 6 disturbance at the U.S. Capitol. A Daily Wire review of court records shows unusually aggressive prosecutorial maneuvers, which sometimes brought rebukes by judges. For example, Jose Padilla has been detained since February. “Padilla is 40 years old and has lived in Tennessee for most of his life. He previously served in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War. After he returned home, he was diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (‘PTSD’) and began receiving disability benefits. Prior to his arrest, he was a stay-at-home dad who managed his family’s household affairs and cared for his three sons during the day while his wife worked as a librarian. He has no criminal history or history of substance abuse. He also has no known ties to extremist groups,” Judge John D. Bates summarized. Prosecutors argued that his being a stay-at-home dad and veteran were reasons to hold him in jail. (Snip)
  6. @Geee Obviously the rest of the world is racist which might actually be true North Carolina judges strike down state’s voter ID law GARY D. ROBERTSON Sept. 17 2021 RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina judges struck down the state’s latest photo voter identification law on Friday, agreeing with minority voters that Republicans rammed through rules tainted by racial bias as a way to remain in power. Two of the three trial judges declared the December 2018 law is unconstitutional, even though it was designed to implement a photo voter ID mandate added to the North Carolina Constitution in a referendum just weeks earlier. They said the law was rushed and intentionally discriminates against Black voters, violating their equal protections. The law “was motivated at least in part by an unconstitutional intent to target African American voters,” Superior Court Judges Michael O’Foghludha and Vince Rozier wrote in their 102-page order. “Other, less restrictive voter ID laws would have sufficed to achieve the legitimate nonracial purposes of implementing the constitutional amendment requiring voter ID, deterring fraud, or enhancing voter confidence,” the judges added. (Snip) ______________________________________________________ Nov. 3 2016
  7. Byron York's Daily Memo: Disaster in Del Rio DISASTER IN DEL RIO. Remember when the Biden administration said the surge of illegal crossers at the U.S.-Mexico border, which gathered steam in February, March, April, and May, would abate when hot weather arrived? "We've dealt with this before," White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on March 26. "It is often seasonal." Then, of course, the hot weather came — and so did even more illegal border crossers. June, July, and August saw record numbers of illegal crossers drawn by administration policies that make it likely that they will be allowed to stay in the United States.
  8. Geee

    How Colleges Forget the Constitution

    1776 Unites Curriculum Highlights the American Character Teachers looking for a history and civics curriculum that focuses on America’s promise of securing liberty for all have a new resource: the 1776 Unites curriculum. A creation of 1776 Unites, an initiative of the Woodson Center focused on reviving American education and culture, the curriculum embraces the “ideas of family, faith, and entrepreneurship that have enabled all Americans – including black Americans – throughout history to move from persecution to prosperity.” As 1776 Unites members wrote in an open letter to the National School Boards Association and local school boards, the curriculum “offers authentic, motivating stories from American history that show what is best in our national character and what our freedom makes possible even in the most difficult circumstances.” According to entrepreneur and civil rights leader Bob Woodson, it tells stories of “black Americans who seized their own destinies and flourished despite the harsh restrictions imposed by true institutional racism in the form of slavery and Jim Crow.” The curriculum currently features 15 units for high school students on black entrepreneurs and philanthropists such as Biddy Mason, Elijah McCoy, and Paul Cuffe; athletes such as Jesse Owens and Alice Coachman; and important events from American history such as the Tulsa race massacre. Woodson says that the units released so far have purposefully “covered multiple lesser-known stories of black excellence and resilience from history.” Access to the curriculum, which has already been downloaded over 20,000 times, is free with registration at the 1776 Unites website. Each unit contains a wealth of resources including lesson plans, primary sources, questions for classroom discussion, a Power Point presentation, multiple-choice questions, learning standards, and more. A curriculum for K-8 students will be released soon.
  9. Valin

    How Colleges Forget the Constitution

    _________________________________________________________________ Question: Which of these future leaders is the Stupidest?
  10. ‘Worst case scenario’: Democratic Texas mayor urges Biden to take ‘quick action’ on border crisis Border officials encountered more than 208,000 migrants at the southern border in August, including around 32,300 people in the Del Rio sector. Kaylee Greenlee September 18, 2021 (Daily Caller News Foundation) — Democratic Del Rio, Texas, Mayor Bruno Lozano asked President Joe Biden whether he’d been briefed about the crisis in the border city this week, according to statements posted to Twitter on Thursday. (Snip) (Snip) “This is just something that really needs to be brought to light,” Lozano said. “We need quick action from the administration. We need quick attention to this, we need a response in real-time.” Border officials encountered more than 208,000 migrants at the southern border in August, including around 32,300 people in the Del Rio sector, according to Customs and Border Protection data.
  11. Valin

    January 6th

  12. Valin

    January 6th

    @Geee Oh I pay attention to them. If only to make fun of them.
  13. Real Clear Politics In 2004, Congress passed into law a requirement that all educational institutions that receive federal funding host an educational program on the U.S. Constitution on Constitution Day, September 17th. The law was proposed by Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV) and its text reads as follows: Each educational institution that receives Federal funds for a fiscal year shall hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on September 17 of such year for the students served by the educational institution. In the years since, colleges and universities have been less than consistent in following this law. In a survey of thirty highly ranked colleges according to U.S. News and World Report, barely half have programs listed for 2021. Of those, only a dozen could be called “educational” in any sense. For the remaining four, Columbia and Caltech are having its libraries hand out copies of the Constitution, UCLA has the day marked on its university calendar as a "moment of pause" with no further content, and Berkeley is hosting a happy hour with no speaker or other content visible online. For the other schools surveyed, many have a single, static page hosted by the financial aid office that mentions Constitution Day, fulfilling a technical requirement, but offering little in the way of educational content. This is not a new occurrence. In previous years, a significant percentage of schools surveyed did not host Constitution Day events despite receiving millions of dollars in federal grants. Of those that did host events, only a few seemed to mark the day with any serious reflection on the Constitution. Some events used Constitution Day as an occasion to take partisan stances, featuring topics that were unrelated to the Constitution. These included a showing of the documentary “Dark Money” at MIT, a lecture on policing and the control of protests at Northwestern University, a lecture on “Gender Dynamics and Partisan Politics” at Notre Dame, and a dramatic performance of transcripts from the Kavanaugh hearings at NYU. Elite colleges and universities have often demonstrated their impatience and disdain for patriotic displays. Many prefer displays of public devotion to the cause du jour, which these days means acknowledging the university’s complicity in structural racism or commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  14. Bill Whittle Sept. 18 2021 _____________________________________________________________
  15. ‘Never’ before: 1.85 million illegal border crossings projected, 10,000 in one camp Illegal border crossings, sparking a new humanitarian crisis just inside the Texas-Mexico line, are set to break the all-time record as President Joe Biden and his administration continue to turn a blind eye to the migrant chaos. Nothing to see here - move along.
  16. Geee

    January 6th

    They have very little else. They were counting on making some fake news headlines with their 'insurrection' commission - but real news by their incompetent leader has gotten in the way and no one is even paying attention to it.
  17. Valin

    January 6th

    Thing is They are STILL pushing the violent insurrection Narrative. Sept. 15 2021
  18. Valin

    January 6th

  19. Massachusetts Wants ‘Woke’ Activists to Set School Curricula Bills proposed by the state legislature would empower left-wing interest groups to determine what kids learn in schools.
  20. Just the News House Republicans are arguing against a Democratic proposal to increase the $7,500 taxpayer-funded credit for electric car purchases to as much as $12,500, arguing that it would disproportionately help wealthy Americans who can afford to buy pricey electric vehicles
  21. Geee

    January 6th

    The Gateway Pundit Announces: AMERICAN GULAG – The Informational Website on the Jan. 6 Political Prisoners The Gateway Pundit is pleased to announce its unveiling of www.AmericanGULAG.org, an informational site about the more than six hundred and thirty (630) people Joe Biden continues to imprison and persecute, largely for entering a public building on January 6, 2021. :snip:
  22. Free Beacon Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe accepted a $250,000 contribution from liberal megadonor George Soros, who has spent at least $1 million to support defunding police. Soros sent McAuliffe a quarter of a million dollars on Aug. 17, the former governor's latest campaign finance report shows. Just months earlier, the progressive billionaire gave $1 million to Color Of Change PAC, a "racial justice" group that has called policing "a violent institution that must end" and works to "[divest] from and [dismantle] the systems that unjustly harm Black people." Soros's contribution could provide a political headache for McAuliffe, who has faced criticism from both GOP opponent Glenn Youngkin and local sheriffs over his ties to the movement to defund the police. After McAuliffe said he was "proud" to receive an endorsement from prominent anti-law enforcement group New Virginia Majority, he faced pushback from Montgomery County sheriff Hank Partin at a September forum. When Partin questioned if McAuliffe supports defunding police, the Democrat asked Partin if he was "out of his mind," an answer the sheriff called "unbelievable." "I don't care what you believe!" McAuliffe responded.
  23. Parent Calls Out ‘F— Police,’ ‘F— Amerikkka’ Posters in California High School Classroom
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