If the NFL and ESPN had been deliberately trying to devise a way to drive away viewers and patrons they would not have been able to come up a better scheme than the one they are currently jointly engaged in involving the disrespecting of America’s national symbols, our national anthem and our nation.
The attention-starved punks, the insignificant players involved in their little demonstrations are growing tiresome, beyond tiresome. So is the complicit league that condones and encourages their acts of disloyalty and the attacks upon the symbols of our nation, drawing the ire of patriotic Americans.
It was only a year or so ago that these same forces came after the symbols of southern Americans in falsely attacking the Confederate Battle Flag as being a symbol of racism. The unified anti-American forces, led by the usual suspects, the Marxist Democrats, were successful in carving out that small section of America as villains and forcing them to give up the symbols of their heritage.
That was just a beta test for what they’re doing now and both are founded upon the anti-cop, anti-white black victimhood, racist entitlement that Hussein Obama and Eric Holder founded as Black Lives Matter two years ago in Ferguson, MO, under instructions from George Soros.
Now they’re coming after a larger version of that same Southern patriot population, the American patriot, vilified for exactly the same reasons and by the same liberal left. Their goal is also our submission to whatever demands they settle upon, followed and built upon in ever increasing demands into an burgeoning state-sanctioned, race-based wealth redistribution system through the mechanisms of taxation, social programs and “civil rights” litigation and mandates.
The current national pastime, hopefully one that will soon find its way into bankruptcy as compensation for their misdeeds, is being used by the elites as a tool to manipulate the thinking of the masses. The message is clear – bad white people and bad cops are abusing poor helpless black people for the sheer pleasure of it and because whites are inherently evil.
The United States, as a country built by the evil crackers, must be made more “inclusive and diverse” as the remedy, part of the reason behind the push for non-white foreigner invaders, and lectures from the dictator about “that’s not who we are.” Communist wealth redistribution and equality for all must be the responsibility of the government to enforce, Obama and the diversity obsessed left have declared. As they define it, diversity means blacker and browner, less white. The process will be accelerated soon, once the NFL brainwashing and other associated propaganda dissemination is completed.
The disgusting liberals at ESPN have an important role in legitimizing the desecration of our national symbols, the equivalent of their ceremonial flag burnings the Soros thugs incorporate as part of their attacks on America in disrupting Trump events.
Baseball great Curt Schilling made the point from his experience working at and being fired from the network for being conservative, not adhering to their demands that on-air talent echo their liberal perspective.
He said, “It was apparent to me early on that if you wanted to go off topic as a sports person you had to go off topic left, or you were going to get in trouble. Some of the most racist things I’ve ever heard have come out of people that are on the air at ESPN. They’re some of the biggest racists in sports commentating.”
Of course they want to keep their jobs so they obey and say what they’re told. In Monday Night’s game between the San Francisco 49ers and the LA Rams, the America-hating players were part of the on-air discussion. The commentators for the game on ESPN were Steve Young and Chris Berman.
Either they’re not men of principle, they’re liberal idiots, they also hate America or they’re cowards and there is the strong possibility that there are multiple combinations of those flaws between Young and Berman. Berman is known for his shtick of saying “he could go all the way.” He and Young just went too far.
As reported by Breitbart, “ESPN color commentator Steve Young praised Kaepernick as ‘thoughtful’ after the anthem. ‘It’s really raised consciousness,’ he claimed, ‘and it’s a wonderful thing.’ Play-by-play man Chris Berman credited Kaepernick with opening up a national ‘discussion.’”
There will be a price to pay. ESPN is already hemorrhaging viewers and the NFL will soon experience the same type of backlash that tanked Target with their perverted pervert-friendly change room policies. Americans make a choice with their entertainment dollars. You’re giving them a reason to choose something else. Baseball anyone?
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When God set up a Government provision was made for the poor. Corners of the fields were left unharvested. It was free for the taking but the poor needed to do their own harvest and food preservation. It was workfare and not welfare. Their was no government redistribution if wealth. There were no tax dollars paying salaries of bureaucrats. Their poverty was situational due to life’s unexpected difficulties. There was no generational poverty. Their poverty was temporary and not permanent. Alms were freely given to the few who were physically unable to harvest. It worked well for thousands of years. But I guess we’ve found a better way now huh! When government becomes your god..this is what you get.
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John Hawkins | Jan 23, 2016
Lou Holtz once said, “Don’t tell your problems to people: eighty percent don’t care; and the other twenty percent are glad you have them.” Unfortunately, Lou Holtz is a man out-of-step with our whiny age.
Today, people will not shut up about their problems. They want to let you know about every issue they have, every “microaggression” and every time they’re offended. It’s a bottomless sea of discontent.
Worse yet, our generation of complainers never seems to blame themselves for their own problems. Instead they’ve picked out a group of designated fall guys that it’s always okay to blame for every problem they have: Christians, conservatives, men or white people.
Every time a Muslim engages in a terrorist attack, we get a lecture on the crusades which ended in 1291. Alternately, we hear how often these diehard Christians have attacked abortion clinics. Setting aside the fact that those killers are universally condemned by Christians, more people were killed in the San Bernardino terrorist attacks than were killed in every abortion clinic attack since Roe v. Wade. We’ve even gotten to the point where liberal gay couples are seeking out Christian florists, photographers and bakers so they can pretend to be hurt when they refuse to cater their weddings.
Then there’s white people. It’s bizarre that in a nation that’s 62% white, Caucasians are considered to be the only race it’s okay to openly discriminate against, mock and smear. White people are obsessively lectured about white privilege, usually by very privileged black professors and television personalities who apparently have no sense of irony. We hear endlessly about the supposed perils of white racism in a nation that just elected the first black president while it’s the official policy of the government to discriminate against white Americans based on their skin color via affirmative action. In a country where more than 90% of black Americans who are murdered are killed by other African-Americans, we focus obsessively on the far less than 1% that are killed by police officers mainly so a racial motive can be implied about the white officers that are involved.
Let me also add, there is no “rape culture” in America. If you want to see a “rape culture,” go to Egypt or the parts of Germany that are overrun with Syrian migrants. There’s also no patriarchy and the idea that women are paid less than men for doing the same work has been so thoroughly disproven that only an idiot would believe it. If women would really do the same work as men for less pay, why not just start a company and hire all women? You could dominate the market with your reduced labor costs. While we’re at it, if you get all upset about a man being polite enough to pull out a chair or open a door for you, there’s something wrong with you as a human being. Try saying thank you once in a while and more people will like you.
Similarly, conservatives are constantly being blamed for problems in black communities even though there isn’t a single majority black community in America where a conservative can get elected. Even though Detroit hasn’t had a Republican mayor since 1962, conservatives were blamed when the city went bankrupt. We constantly hear that conservatives are to blame for income inequality in America; yet 32 out of the 35 districts with the largest amount of income inequality in America are represented by liberal Democrats. Although the only thing I care less about than who wins the Oscars is the health and wellbeing of ISIS members, why is a lack of black Americans winning an award a national crisis when a lack of white players in the NBA is shrugged off? Each seems about as important as the other, which is to say, not very….
There are very few people in America under the age of 40 who can say that racism has had a significant negative impact in their lives, Christianity has been an overwhelmingly positive influence on the country, men are no better or worse than women, just different and the agenda of conservatism is primarily to stick to the Constitution, live within our means and to create a society that gives people the best opportunity to take care of themselves.
Yet, there’s a never ending attack on Christians, conservatives, men and white people in America by those who blame them for their own shortcomings. They can’t accept the fact that they’re miserable, they’re failing, they’re not getting what they want out of life; so they point the finger elsewhere. They’re the sort of peopleEric Hoffer described when he said,
Those who clamor loudest for freedom are often the ones least likely to be happy in a free society. The frustrated, oppressed by their shortcomings, blame their failure on existing restraints. Actually their innermost desire is for an end to the “free for all.” They want to eliminate free competition and the ruthless testing to which the individual is continually subjected in a free society.
Life is brutal and there is no way to make it painless, easy and simple. Rather than chalking up failures to the difficulty of life or their own weaknesses, people have always loved to find scapegoats. That ugly impulse hasn’t changed, but the acceptable targets have. Christians, conservatives, white Americans and men are the primary targets of these weak people today.
It’s like the old story about the drunk and his car keys.
Cop: “What are you looking for?”
Drunk: “I’m looking for my house keys,”
Cop: “Are you sure this is where you lost your keys?”
Drunk: “No, I lost them in the alley.”
Cop: “Then why aren’t you looking in the alley?”
Drunk: “Well, this is where the light is.”
If people stop blaming all these groups they’ve been told it’s okay to hate and start blaming themselves for their own problems, they might actually improve their lives and as an extra added bonus, the rest of us wouldn’t have to listen to their endless b*tching anymore.
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It is no secret that the republican establishment does not want to see Donald Trump in the White House. Some the lengths that they will go to in order to keep him out are alarming. In this age of instant access and instant news this is a problem. Glenn Beck found that out just a few days ago.
We have never had total war against a candidate like we’re seeing with Donald Trump. All elements of national media are uniting to stop him.
Look for a fake Trump scandal to break — probably from a conservative news outlet — right before the Iowa caucus.
A few months ago, an alleged Trump quote from a 1998 People magazine interview was circulating on the Internet, claiming Trump said that if he ever ran for president, he’d run as a Republican because Republican voters are “the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up.”
I pay a lot for Nexis, and Trump has never said anything remotely resembling this. Snopes.com investigated, too, and also concluded the quote was a fake. But you can probably still find some idiot tweeting it out right now.
Last week, Glenn Beck “retweeted” a post allegedly tweeted by Trump the day after the 2012 election, saying: “I always vote for the winners! Congratulations to My Friend, @BarackObama!”
If that doesn’t sound like Trump, it’s because Trump never said it. Beck’s retweet sure made it look real, but you can check Trump’s Twitter archive.
All the stories about Trump being a fraud keep turning out to be the real frauds. I assume that, like most sentient beings, he’s changed his mind about some things. But the one consistent thread running through his entire life is his love for this country and his fellow Americans.
The attacks on Trump from the “conservative” media calling him a socialist, a Democrat, a flip-flopper, a fake conservative are just name-calling. I notice that the accusers never include examples, not true ones, anyway. Here are some examples of how Trump has always been for Americans first. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a president who likes us more than he likes foreigners — and the rich donors who employ them?
In 1986, Trump saw a TV broadcast with Annabell Hill, whose 67-year-old husband had committed suicide 20 minutes before their family farm was to be auctioned off in a foreclosure sale, hoping the life insurance money would be enough to save the farm. It wasn’t.
Trump immediately called Annabell, promising to save her farm and pledging $20,000 toward the effort. “Last night when he called, my heart went pitter patter,” Annabell told ABC’s “World News Tonight.” “I never talked with a man with that much money before. And he assured me that one day the land would be mine. I thought, after I hung up, ‘This can’t be true, this just can’t be true.’”
As Trump explained to The Atlanta Constitution at the time, “I’ve seen what’s happened to farmers, but I was particularly interested in a lovely woman I saw, Annabell Hill.”
Within a month of Trump’s launching a national campaign with two other businessmen to save Annabell’s farm, they had raised more than $100,000. One of the businessmen, Frank A. Argenbright Jr., said, “That is thanks totally to Mr. Trump and his organization. Most of the money has come from the New York area.”
By Christmas that year, Annabell and her entire family flew to New York to burn the mortgage in the lobby of Trump Towers and have Christmas dinner with the Trump family. The lovely Annabell said, “Well, we have a real celebration not only to celebrate the birth of Jesus but also to celebrate the goodness in men’s hearts.”
Thirty years ago, Trump wasn’t thinking about running for president. And yet, this is how he explained his campaign to save Annabell’s farm, as quoted by The Associated Press: “We give a lot of money to foreign countries that don’t give a damn about us, but we don’t help the American farmers.”
Two years later, Trump was interviewed by Larry King at the 1988 Republican National Convention. Please look up this interview — it’s fabulous.
Two things will be of particular interest. First, watch how Trump keeps circling back to praise Dan Quayle. King doesn’t even ask him about Quayle — a figure of media ridicule at the time because of his Midwest conservatism. It’s Trump who keeps doggedly bringing up Quayle, in order to say, he’s a “very impressive guy” who did “a great job — I don’t mean a good job, I mean a great job.”
Second, Trump expressly rejects King’s characterization of him as an “Eastern Republican,” or a “Rockefeller Republican,” saying the people he does best with are “the taxi drivers and the workers.”
Trump’s business is real estate, and real estate can’t be outsourced. His flag is planted in this country. If America goes down, his empire goes down.
Conservative pundits keep assuring clueless viewers that Trump is not a “real Republican.” They seem not to grasp that most viewers are saying, That’s fantastic! Thanks for reminding me. (I look forward to conservative talk show hosts 20 years hence billing themselves as “Trump Republicans.”)
Looking at what the party has become, I certainly hope he’s not a “real Republican.” I know he’s a real American. Those used to be the same thing.
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Many conservative talk show host have been talking favorably about Trump over the past few months. It is however interesting that many of us talked negatively about him in the beginning. The issues of him not being a serious candidate are long gone. You the people have spoken and Trump is #1, in your eyes.
I am not completely sold though. There is just something about him that I can’t put my finger on. Interestingly enough the only two candidates that have their own category in my blog are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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In the past I have said that I wouldn’t vote at all if a true conservative did not get on the Republican ticket. However I have kind of modified that sentiment; there are a number of candidates I can vote for that would keep Hillary or Bernie out of the white house. But with that said if they nominate Jeb, Christy, Haish of someone like that I will not vote at all; in that case it would be either Democrat or Democrat Lite.
As of right now I am still supporting Ted Cruz but would gladly vote for Trump or Dr Carson . . . even Rubio.
Also after hearing the Republican rebutal to the state of the union my son is now changing his voter registration to independent and I am definitely thinking of doing the same.
There is good news coming. For conservatives, we don’t get good news often enough. Someone conservatives cannot stand is about to take a big fall. In fact, it may be several people conservatives do not like who are going to take a fall.
In fact, for those involved in this upcoming disaster, there really is no way to win.
What is this upcoming disaster that conservatives will really enjoy seeing and how will it play out?
It will be the decline and fall of the Clintons.
After twenty years, justice will finally catch up with Hillary Clinton and quite probably Bill Clinton as well.
The FBI is currently working two separate investigations on the Clintons. The first deals with Hillary’s home made email server. The second is a public corruption investigation, linking donations made to the Clinton Foundation with favors dispensed by Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State.
I’ve been watching these scandals unfold with great interest, not only as a political junkie, but also as a former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney. The evidence that is in the public domain is overwhelming and you can be certain not all of the evidence has been released.
The case against Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information is almost a no-brainer. She will certainly hire some brilliant defense lawyers, but it is hard to see any defense she can come up with other than, “I am Hillary, therefore you must acquit.”
The public corruption scandal is even juicier.
Hillary Clinton might claim this is a Republican witch hunt at least as far as the emails are concerned, but there is no escaping the corruption scandal. Any sympathy Hillary (and possibly Bill) might hope to get from a Washington area jury would be nullified with the stories of their corruption.
The Washington Examiner has a great story about nine specific instances of corruption. If it has not already been done, the FBI will be talking to those executives and they have a simple choice. Where do they want to appear on the indictment? Do they want to be a witness or a codefendant? Do they want to take an easy plea and get the benefit of cooperation or do they want to do hard time like the Clintons will do?
This scandal will land in the lap of Barack Obama. Ultimately he and Attorney General Loretta Lynch will have to decide whether or not to prosecute and that decision will have to be made in the next 60 days.
If they prosecute, Clinton is finished and heading to jail. If they don’t, this will become a scandal even the left wing media cannot ignore. Clinton will still be finished. And this scandal will destroy the Obama Regime.
This scandal, no matter how you slice it, will have legs. If Hillary Clinton is not going to be the Democratic nominee, then who will it be? Bernie Sanders? No, the party establishment will make sure he is never the nominee. Elizabeth Warren might ride to the rescue but she may be bright enough to realize 2016 will be toxic for any Democrat.
2016 should be a good year for the GOP, assuming they don’t screw it up. The stars rarely align this well for them.
My top 3 candidates are 1. Ted Cruz 2. Donald Trump 3. Dr Ben Carson. There are a few that I classify as a “maybe” on my list. Then there are some that if they are the candidate I just will not vote or will maybe find some 3rd party to vote for.
I am not a Carly Fiorina fan. Has anyone stopped to think why the Main Stream Media would push people like Carly or Jeb Bush – it isn’t because they are strong / good Republicans or Conservatives.
I can’t put my finger on it but although Chris Christy says some things I like I just can’t warm up to him. So he is on my maybe list and push come to shove I might vote for him.
I like Gov Huckabee but I don’t think he is feisty enough to get down in the trenches and fight it out with the liberal socialists.