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Another Victim of Transgender Intolerance

Posted by V the K at 12:00 pm - April 21, 2016.
Filed under: Transgender Issues

Time to boycott Pennsylvania.

A Quarryville, Pennsylvania, man was arrested and charged after a 10-year-old girl told her mother that she caught him watching her as she used the bathroom.

Police caught Shoemaker inside of a stall in the women’s bathroom in possession of a phone as described by the victim.

Investigators determined that Shoemaker was watching porn before using his camera to look over at the stall next to him.

When will this hateful oppression end?

Sports Figure Fired for Un-PC Wrongthink

Posted by V the K at 8:51 am - April 21, 2016.
Filed under: Political Correctness

Curt Shilling was fired from ESPN (a sports-themed leftist propaganda network) for his radical and extremist opinion that men should use the men’s room and ladies should use the ladies room.

Schilling, a baseball analyst for ESPN and former Red Sox pitcher, posted a Facebook comment criticizing a transgender women.

“A man is a man no matter what they call themselves,” read Schilling’s comment, which he apparently posted in response to a photo about a recent North Carolina law that restricts transgender people’s access to bathrooms and locker rooms. “I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designed for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.”

ESPN issued a statement on Tuesday, saying “ESPN is an inclusive company. Curt Schilling has been advised that his conduct was unacceptable and his employment with ESPN has been terminated.”

The second to the last sentence is a lie; by firing Schilling for having the wrong opinion, they have proven that they are not ‘inclusive’ at all. But, as a private company, they have and should have the right to fire people whose values conflict with their own.

And, that same standard ought to apply to Christian businesses who don’t want to participate in homosexual weddings, but for some reason it doesn’t.  And by “some reason,” I mean the systematic abuse of state power to selectively enable certain politically favored groups to bully other politically disfavored groups.

This is not about empathy for transgendereds; it’s about enforcing compliance with political correctness and punishing those who refuse to comply. In other words, it’s about using power to bully others.


Contra The Narrative

Posted by V the K at 8:12 am - April 21, 2016.
Filed under: World History

Apparently, leftists thought felt that conservatives were going to be mad about Andrew Jackson being removed from the $20 in place of Harriet Tubman; which just shows how the left is stupid and race-obsessed and assumes their opposite numbers are as well.

You will search NRO, American Thinker, PJMedia, AoSHQ and any other mainstream conservative blog in vain for any outraged racist opposition to the change. The best the left could do in support of their thesis was cherry-picked, anonymous Facebook and Twitter messages that, frankly, could be anyone saying anything.

Because the fact is, conservatives were pretty happy with the change, for reasons that should be obvious.

Andrew Jackson 

  • Founding father of the Democrat Party
  • Slave trader
  • Committed Genocide against American Indians
  • Originated the corrupt scheme of Government patronage jobs and vote-buying that is still the model for Democrat Party governance to this day.

Harriet Tubman

  • Republican
  • Gun owner and Second Amendment supporter
  • Champion of individual rights against a system of systematic, state-sponsored oppression.

I chalk this up as a win, even though most leftists are probably ignorant of the above facts because it doesn’t fit The Narrative. In fact, I’m pretty damn sure of it.



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