Making A Statement

The ever-angry Blacks and those ethnoguiltists who pander to- and enable their misbehavior will tell you – quite stridently in some cases – that the NFL players who’ve refused to stand for America’s national anthem and/or who have started using gang / terrorist symbology on the playing field are making a statement.

Making A StatementMaking A Statement

Of course, these same ever-angry Blacks and ethnoguiltists are angry that Americans, most importantly and especially the large subset of Americans who’ve enjoyed and patronized the NFL, are also making a statement…by not attending games, by not watching the games on TV, and getting rid of- and/or not purchasing NFL merchandise.

Taking A Knee In PrayerSome Are Rightfully Taking A Knee

But, of course, not all messages were created equal. The message, mostly due to the Blacks’ chosen means of sending of sending it, being sent by the NFL players was rejected by the American people, whereas the message we sent is having a noticeable effect. Both the NFL and their sponsors are taking a knee in supplication, propitiating we, the People to withhold our wrath.

That’s the nature of statements. Some are worth making and others aren’t. Some ways of making a statement lead to a positive result and some lead to destruction.

Related Reading:

America: A Concise History, Volume 2
The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics
Poems, Protest, and a Dream: Selected Writings (Penguin Classics)
The Politics of Protest: Social Movements in America
John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular: How SJWs Always Lie About Our Comparative Popularity Levels

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What’s In A Name?

What's In A Name? Apparently, a lot to some of the more sensitized sort
What’s In A Name?

Yes! This sums up the monumental hypocrisy of America’s domestic enemies, the Liberal, Progressives, and those sorts that they pander to- and enable. They behave in such a manner that it became reasonable for ESPN to change who was providing play-by-play commentating for a college football game because his name was Robert Lee.¬†Yet, for eight years they decried any American who didn’t like the POTUS’ middle name being Hussein as a bigot, racist, and Islamophobe.

Related Reading:

Social Studies for Social Justice: Teaching Strategies for the Elementary Classroom (Teaching for Social Justice Series)
The Impact of Marital Infidelity on the Offended Spouse: How Christian Women and Men Cope
ESPN: The Making of a Sports Media Empire
The Optimistic Leftist: Why the 21st Century Will Be Better Than You Think
The Scandalous Presidency of Barack Obama

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Better Than Fireworks

Better Than Fireworks

What’s better than fireworks on the 4th of July? Delightfully patriotic, beautiful babes wearing or almost wearing our national colors. I can think of no better celebration of America than this.

And yes, the simple fact that certain sorts will decry this as: nationalistic (As if that was evil), jingoistic, fascist, racist, sexist, homophobic, and xenophobic just makes this all the more wonderfully enjoyable. That those sort will gnash their teeth in outrage while Americans celebrate our nation and joys of our culture and way of life just adds to holiday.

Related Reading:

Nations and Nationalism, Second Edition (New Perspectives on the Past)
America: A Concise History, Volume 1
Independence Day: Dark Fathom
Independence Day: Crucible (The Official Prequel)
Celebrations: Rituals of Peace and Prayer

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