The Left in 2017 would have you believing everything is a “human right”. But where does the line between Constitutional Rights end and privileges/commodities begin? We [Louder w/Crowder] explain.
When you hear the word “transparency,” what comes to mind? Maybe words like openness and honesty. But David French, Senior Writer for The National Review, shows how progressive activists, under the guise of “transparency,” are ruining the lives of many good Americans.
Great study via NEWSBUSTERS:
An older study shows much the same… but it seems to be getting worse. POLITICO is now warning that the media bubble is worse than many think. Here are just a few of the graphs I have saved over the years… I wonder is something analogouse can be pointed out to me by a Leftist?
THE HILL notes that Schumer is concerned… I wonder if this same concern swept over him with Clinton?
You don’t think firing 93-U.S. Attorneys was putting “ongoing investigations at risk”?
Pelosi about GOP health bill:
➤ “…The American people and Members have a right to know the full impact of this legislation before any vote in Committee or by the whole House.”
Pelosi on Obama-Care:
➤ “But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.”
Are Democrats serious right now!
Before showing more FASCISM from the Left, I will post this bit from history:
(BREITBART) In a blog post for Foreign Policy magazine, Rosa Brooks, a former Obama administration official, outlined four ways to “get rid” of President Trump, including declaring him mentally unfit for command or carrying out a military coup: “The fourth possibility is one that until recently I would have said was unthinkable in the United States of America: a military coup, or at least a refusal by military leaders to obey certain orders.”
Also note that the political leanings of the mob are not mentioned. If this were a TEA Party group, all sorts of “right” – “alt-right” – conservative” monikers would have been used:
GAY PATRIOT also notes this violence from the Left:
Yep, military coups.
Here is some of the recent violence from the birthplace of the modern free-speech movement…
JIHAD WATCH chimes in with the example from Richard Evans:
A Day Earlier
Let me just say that for years the Left has labeled Republicans and conservatives as racist. Now the label has changed to Nazi. BOOM, GAY PATRIOT just wrote this (2-2-16):
Once someone is a crowd labels you a Nazi… they have a green light to try and kill you. Grant Chisholm preaches for a hobby… here is a video of him in action (HERE). That’s what he was there to do. But once you are labeled a Nazi (which is now a replacement of these: sexist, intolerant, xenophobic, homophobic, Islamophobic, racist, bigoted — then you better watch your six. The Left has a long violent and deadly history. We are seeing it fomented and supported by the media and the Democrats in this nation.
I feel this is important to note:
~ Dennis Prager ~
Source of Human Rights
- Left: government
- Right: the Creator
- Left: basically good (Therefore, society is primarily responsible for evil.)
- Right: not basically good (Therefore, the individual is primarily responsible for evil.)
- Left: equality
- Right: prosperity
Primary Role of the State
- Left: increase and protect equality
- Right: increase and protect liberty
- Left: as large as possible
- Right: as small as possible
- Left: any loving unit of people
- Right: a married father and mother, and children
- Left: race, gender and class
- Right: liberty, In God We Trust and e pluribus unum
Good and Evil
- Left: relative to individual and/or society
- Right: based on universal absolutes
Humanity’s Primary Division(s)
- Left: rich and poor; strong and weak
- Right: good and evil
Ideal Primary Identity of an American
- Left: world citizen
- Right: American citizen
How to Make a Good Society
- Left: abolish inequality
- Right: develop each citizen’s moral character
View of America
- Left: profoundly morally flawed; inferior to any number of European countries
- Right: greatest force for good among nations in world history
- Left: a social construct
- Right: male and female
Most Important Trait to Cultivate in a Child
- Left: self-esteem
- Right: self-control
Worth of the Human Fetus
- Left: determined by the mother
- Right: determined by society rooted in Judeo-Christian values
Primary Source of Crime
- Left: poverty, racism and other societal flaws
- Right: the criminal’s malfunctioning conscience
Place of God and Religion in America
- Left: secular government and secular society
- Right: secular government and religious society
- Left: chauvinistic doctrine
- Right: historical reality
Greatest Threat to the World
- Left: environmental catastrophe (currently global warming)
- Right: evil (currently radical Islamist violence)
- Left: world governed by the United Nations, and no single country is dominant
- Right: world in which America is the single strongest entity
Primary Reason for Lack of Peace in Middle East
- Left: Israeli settlements in the West Bank
- Right: Palestinian, Arab and Muslim denial of Jewish state’s right to exist
Purpose of Art
- Left: challenge status quo and bourgeois sensibilities
- Right: produce works of beauty and profundity to elevate the individual and society
- Left: ideally universally abolished, except for use by police, the armed forces and registered sportsmen
- Right: ideally widely owned by responsible individuals for self-protection and the protection of others
- Left: intrinsically significant
- Right: intrinsically insignificant
Racial, Ethnic and Gender Diversity at Universities
- Left: most important
- Right: far less important than ideological diversity
Black America’s Primary Problem
- Left: racism
- Right: lack of fathers
- Left: entirely subjective; there is no greatest playwright
- Right: Shakespeare
- Left: not the answer
- Right: sometimes the only answer
- Left: wrong, except when directed at the political
- Right: wrong, except when directed at evil
- Left: all equal
- Right: some are better than others
America’s Founding Fathers
- Left: rich white male slave owners
- Right: great men who founded the greatest society
Purpose of Judges
- Left: pursue social justice
- Right: pursue justice
- Left: a relic of the past
- Right: indispensable for national survival
View of Illegal Immigrants
- Left: welcomed guests
- Right: illegal immigrants
- Left: intrinsically valuable
- Right: made for man
This is becoming my canned response to why i am still voting for Trump even after his horrible statements about women. Mind you, I would prefer him to step down and Pence take over, but that is neither-here-nor-there.
Firstly, Trump apologized:
Has Hillary ever apologized for getting a child rapist off and laughing at his guilt? Has any liberal Democrat said, “well, you know, Bill was not fit for office in the second term” (and NOT vote for him a second time?). Paula Jones puts it well (to the right), and one should see Juanita Broaddrick relive the attack by Bill and realize that Hillary attacked these women (as did the media). Again, to be clear:
- KATHLEEN WILLEY CALLS FOR HILLARY TO RESIGN FROM CAMPAIGN…
- JUANITA BROADDRICK: She lives with and protects a rapist….
- PAULA JONES: Bill ‘was getting wee wee sucked under Oval Office desk and won second term’…
There are many reasons I don’t like voting for Trump. But there are many I do.
- Reducing Taxes;
- Border control;
- Reducing regulations, ;
- the Supreme Court (First and Second Amendments);
- Rejecting political-correctness (or, cultural Marxism).
etc. (see this short audio)
There are other issues as well, but another sticking point with me is how violent Democrats are (and always have been):
This aspect of the left needs to be fully rejected as well. A great article came out the same time I was formulating what is to follow… but first a small excerpt from the article via PJ-MEDIA:
Now here is my canned “post” I am putting on Facebook… I will follow it up with a very short discussion about it:
Here was a response to the above
Here is the initial statement based off the above that kicked of the larger conversation:
After I posted much of the above, the conversation continued:
- Who did you vote for the last two terms?
Here is his honest response (and I thank him for it):
- Oddly enough I didn’t.
He finished the conversation by saying my reasoning is why he is not voting for either choice this year. Which is his prerogative. He noted the last 8-years (under Obama) has taught him a lot (it has a few Democrats). Part of this may be the fact that well-respected liberal Democrat legal scholars are likewise afraid of the current direction of the left. And why the Court must not be seeded to Hillary:
So again, while I do not respect Trump, I will vote for the man. Here are more examples of the hypocritical Left that is now lecturing me:
…AND THEY’RE LECTURING ME!?
The topic on callers minds Friday was mainly “Leftism.” And as clearly and articulately as possible, Prager explains, clarifies, while standing firm in his convictions that “Leftism” is ruining his beloved country. He refers to the call from Caracas, Venezuela, which can be found after he talks about Jamie Foxx’s foolishness — here
Without further adieu…
The shirt company I got this idea from notes that when a person is young… they tend to be more “left-leaning” with their views. As they mature, maybe try to start a business, pay for their home, health insurance, schooling for their kids, and the like… they tend to become more moderate or conservative in their viewpoints. A popular saying goes like this:
- “If you aren’t a liberal when you’re young, you have no heart, but if you aren’t a middle-aged conservative, you have no head.”
I would posit as well that the political spectrum that is left-leaning in their views are regressive… in my “humble” opinion.
I do fully acknowledge however, especially with this 2016 campaign season, that I am in the “stupid” party:
- “There are two parties in Washington: the Stupid Party and the Evil Party.” ~ Samuel T. Francis
MORE: John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) called conservatives “the stupidest party” in his Considerations on Representative Government (Barry Popkik).
Democrats often think of themselves as kind and caring, and of Republicans as callous and mean-spirited. But why? Are Progressive policies more likely to raise people out of poverty than conservative ones? And what really counts as “kind”: supporting policies that feel good? Or supporting policies that do good? William Voegeli, Senior Editor of the Claremont Review of Books, explains.