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Would you please watch this?

Posted by ColoradoPatriot at 11:43 pm - May 3, 2014.
Filed under: Racism (Real / Reverse / or Faux)

Effing-a. Right on, Nick:

My favorite line: “If the rest of us actually want to address the sort of racism that’s screwing over today’s minorities we’d do better to bust down barriers to work and the drug war and tear apart the school monopoly.”

-Nick (ColoradoPatriot, from The Ranch)

The Closed Liberal Mind

Erin Ching, a student at Swarthmore College (Tuition: $60K per year) was quoted in her student newspaper with the following:

‘What really bothered me is the whole idea that at a liberal arts college we need to be hearing a diversity of opinion.’

And Rutgers University answers: “Right on, Sister.”

Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice abruptly withdrew Saturday from speaking at Rutgers University’s commencement address amid protests at her selection from faculty and students and denouncements of her as a “war criminal.”

The largest student newspaper, The Daily Targum, also urged the school to reconsider in a strong editorial that said that none of their commencement speakers should have “questionable politics.”

Other Rutgers campuses followed suit in calling for the forced withdrawal of Rice and students and faculty at the main campus staged a sit-in protest on Monday. During that protest, some participants held up signs that read “No honors for war criminals,”War criminals out” and “RU 4 Humanity?”

One notes that the Little Fascists of Rutgers had no protest at all when another Iraq War supporter, Hillary Rodham Clinton, spoke on campus. Curious, isn’t it?

And the Minimum Wage Bidding War Continues

Posted by V the K at 3:57 pm - May 3, 2014.
Filed under: Economy,Post 9-11 America

Topping Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s $15-an-hour minimum wage, and even Native American Senator Elizabeth Warren’s $22-an-hour minimum wage, an even more economically illiterate Democrat… California Representative Barbara Lee … thinks the minimum wage should be $26 an hour.

“Let me ask you this question, you’re a good advocate for this,” Gingrich asked Lee. “The mayor of Seattle is proposing that the minimum wage ought to go up to $15 an hour.”

“Good for him,” Lee responded. “In California — more than likely, from what I remembered — a living wage where people could live and take care of their families and move toward achieving the American dream was about $25, $26 an hour.”

“So would you support that as a minimum wage for California?” Gingrich asked.

“Absolutely I would support it for California.”

This economic program should be very popular among voters who ain’t never seen no plant growing out of no toilet