Jim Lincoln wrote: --- (Identity: A 'Christian' Religion for White Racists) ---
So Jim, do you wake up in the morning wondering "How and where can I inject that term 'white racist' today"? But I suppose the further left one leans, the more important skin color becomes, while they pretend to care. If there is anything the lefties want, it's to never be color-blind, right?
Jim Lincoln wrote: I.E., we aren't addressing what Lincoln or Grant did, but what lee did, "Adam Sewer wrote... --- (The Myth of the Kindly General Lee)[/UR
Jim, feel free to dump your appropriately named Mr.Sewer's misguided thoughts and deceptions into the same dumpster as global warming, Common Cause, Obamacare, some-abortions-are-good, government is your friend, revised history, and all the rest of the rot you seem partial to, one way or another.
Stranger wrote: I wonder just how many of those gathered in Charlottesville, VA protesting the removal of a statue of a hate-filled racist, Robert E. Lee, protested the removal of Saddam Hussein and other hate-filled murderers? Also, during the campaign many said that Trump was a racist while others denied or either could not see this truth. Well, David Duke confirmed that Trump is racist. This wimp occupying the presidency will probably be the cause of many of our loved ones being murdered in the streets. There just might be the loss of businesses and homes. Think of what we are doing not openly addressing this evil confronting us. We sit before out TVs like a frog in a slow heating pot. For those opposing Trump supporters, they should have stayed home in order that the deeds of even some of our neighbors would become manifest. Let haters be exposed for who they are.
Even better, as in "Stranger"s purple-veined, foam-flecked, hateful example, when they expose themselves for who they are.
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- Well, Mike note the above. Man is to show some responsibility for the world. One thing of course you won't have to worry about the Paris Accords because they're going to be complied with, without the Federal government's help. ---
Not to worry, Jim, I have no worry about the Paris Accords. They will be as useful as any other designs have been to save the planet from that which does not exist. You should be more concerned about what is put in the drinking water to make it "healthy" for you. Perhaps you should go to the next jet-setted conference on air quality control, and remind them about drinking water.
From the news: "Yale University has covered up a musket on a stone carving depicting a hostile interaction between a Puritan settler and an American Indian, leaving the latterâ€™s bow and arrow uncovered."
The photo makes you wonder how they decided it was "hostile interaction." They aren't even facing each other. Oh well, when a point is to be made, one liberal snowflake lie is as good as another. Besides, liberal snowflakes are afraid of stone muskets, not stone bows and arrows.
Caesare wrote: --- How can some Americans praise the removal of images like Saddam Husein, or Stalin, or Lenin, that remind citizens of oppression and hatred in foreign countries and endorse displaying the image of a like-spirited man where you may or may not live? ---
Looks like the Lee statue removers aren't the only ones in need of a serious history lesson.
Ignominious Emirakan wrote: --- --many new laws donâ€™t actually go through Congress, but are regulatory laws passed by federal agencies. â€śWe had two years ago 3,700, about 3,710 laws pass that became federal law. Only 127 went through Congress,â€ť Barton said. â€śAll the rest of them were regulatory laws. Weâ€™ve had 81,000 regulatory laws since â€™93.â€ť --- David Barton said conservatives&liberals are joining together to fight the â€ścriminalizationâ€ť of life in America- good goal
I might somewhat disagree with that last statement. The criminals are the ones making the laws. All assumed powers have no constitutional authority, and are therefore illegal and invalid. The great number of the illegal laws merely demonstrates the great need for their removal from American life, and the placing of those making such illegal laws into the world of unemployment.
"Where powers are assumed which have not been delegated, a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy." Thomas Jefferson: Draft Kentucky Resolutions, 1798.
There is no place for racist groups like the neo-Nazis, skinheads, Southern Poverty Law Center, Black Lives Matter, the New Black Panther Party, etc.
A shame USA Today spun what went on in Charlottesville:
"Trump, while vacationing at his New Jersey golf club, addressed the unrest in Charlottesville, Va., where Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency when an alt-right protest of the city's planned removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee turned unruly."
The protest against the removal of Robert E Lee's statue wasn't unruly, but the scene became unruly when the counter protesters showed up. We won't hear it that way, though.