Tag Archives: Political Correctness

On Bradley Manning

Apparently he’s now Chelsea. Manning’s own words, via TNR: As I transition into this next phase of my life, I want everyone to know the real me. I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female. Given the way that I … Continue reading

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When Environmentalism Becomes Religion

There’s a refreshing article over at The Guardian from Climate Scientist Tamsin Edwards concerned about the damage done to science by political advocacy in her movement: I believe advocacy by climate scientists has damaged trust in the science. We risk … Continue reading

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More Racism from Those Wingers

Clearly, the only possible explanation for the following video is unhinged and seething racism.

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Incredibly Clueless

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: “Today many Americans are asking, indeed I asked myself, ‘How could this happen? How could this happen in a country we helped liberate? In a city we helped save from destruction?’” The only people asking … Continue reading

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Chipmunk Haiku

Left embraces lies. Never let one go to waste. This will not end well.

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Christian Persecution

Just yesterday I snarked about the disparate treatment of Islam and Christianity in America, using the bacon incident as example of what is a hate crime, and the removal of the Virgin Mary’s head at a church as example of … Continue reading

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I Am George Orwell’s Righteous Indignation

Patterico posts about Brandon Raub a former marine who has been involuntarily detained for a psych evaluation because of facebook posts discussing a coming revolution. Authorities highlighted a particular post: “Sharpen my axe; I’m here to sever heads.” Beyond the … Continue reading

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