Forget Kaepernick: Hillary laughed when “under God” was left out of the pledge

At my daughter’s Philly public school, patriotism was as popular as a case of head lice. It taught the “values of our pluralistic democracy” instead of citizenship. Plus, the pledge of Allegiance was considered too “exclusive,” so they took out “under God.”  When my seven year old innocently said the actual, Congressionally approved version, the principal explained that mentioning God’s name was considered “hate speech” and made people feel uncomfortable.   (This happened, ironically, at “Independence Charter School” just steps away from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.)

So I was interested to see Hillary Clinton’s reaction when a supporter purposefully omitted “under God” from a reference to the Pledge of Allegiance at a campaign rally in Blackwood, New Jersey.

She laughed.

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This is not something you want to be doing while wearing a military uniform

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What is a logical interpretation of a group of white people standing with their rigid arms held slightly angled above their heads, palms flat and pointed to the ground? A Nazi salute. What is a logical interpretation of a group of black people raising their clenched fists? Black power… unless you’re a leftist. [Read more…]

Video game creator compares innocent prom photo with… the KKK?

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What should’ve been a private high school memory was turned into an ugly public commentary thanks to a Twitter rant from someone who couldn’t resist ridiculing how a group of teenagers posed for their prom picture. [Read more…]

ESPN fired conservative Curt Schilling, but hires female LGBT activist

ESPN is certainly showing its leftist agenda these days. [Read more…]

When PJ O’Rourke endorsed Hillary, he perfectly summed up what the #NeverTrump folks are thinking

When I was in high school, I read PJ O’Rourke’s Parliament of Whores: A Lone Humorist Attempts to Explain the Entire U.S. Government, from which my high school nickname was derived.  (Ned Bird Dog — one of O’Rourke’s purposeful mischaracterizations of Dan Quayle’s name – if you must know. My friends were Bob Duck and Carl Cardinal in honor of the former Vice President.) [Read more…]