you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.
Jesus Christ: John 8:32
The first in an occasional series highlighting uncomfortable truths from blogs and or twitter:
“Throughout the current crisis, Rawlings-Blake has represented her constituency, rioters, with great zeal.”
Democrat-Run Baltimore is a Gangsters’ Paradise Matthew Vadum: American Thinker
Frankly that title would qualify as an uncomfortable Truth as well.
“Spoiled, intolerant, ignorant brats.”
Elizabeth Price Foley writing about Brandies Students “Microagression” issues at Instapundit
If PT Barnum was alive today he would be running a university, because that’s where the suckers willing to pay $60K for this is.
“Why is this being taught in a Catholic university? Do the parents who are paying $33,060 a year to send their children to Regis University have any clue what is being taught there? Does anyone even care?”
Robert Stacy McCain in a piece titled Teaching Literary Feminism.
And in my experience the answer to his question is “No” the parents don’t know but most importantly the old faithful catholics who give money to the university don’t know. It would be interesting to see what happens to that money if they were informed.
The HipHop generation parents quickly are appreciating that time outs, going to ones room and much of this new age feel good malarkey doesn’t work for childhood recalcitrant behavior.
Dr Ada Fisher quoted by Barbara Espinosa at American Freedom by Barbara
We didn’t spoil the child by sparing the rod, we spoiled an entire generation.
when you speak the hard truth about race issues in America – and not just the liberal progressive talking points – and you’re white, you’ll be branded a racist. And if you’re black, well, y’all just watch the comments below and see the denigrating drivel.
Col Allen West (ret) quoted at Common Cents blog
Dissent is the highest form of patriotism, except when it’s dissent from the liberal line of course.
There are a lot of people in this country who feel disrespected, and who are increasingly seeing the law as “hollow” and the current social order as “failed,” and most of them don’t live in poor black neighborhoods. What “forest fire” might result from that, and has Coates — or The Atlantic — given this any thought at all?
And we’ll close with our true tweet of the day:
Totally fine for GoFundMe to discriminate but that’s a huge market opp for someone wanting to make some cash using a similar business model.
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) May 1, 2015
The end result of this will be a company completely immune from pressure coming from the left.