Considering the deep morass of complete incompetence at the Federal level, in the executive branch of our self-governed People, unarguably the worst in modern times; if certain changes could be made by Impeachment of those most qualified: Who would be your best choice because of abject Corruption, incompetence, or both?
Publisher's note: Brant Clifton readies the alarm to alert prolonged Fascism in his "bare knuckles" Conservative online publication known as The Daily Haymaker.
The Left has had a field day blaming a whole lot of terrible things on the fact that Confederate flag imagery even exists. They and their drive-by media allies browbeat South Carolina's government into taking the flag off the statehouse grounds. All kinds of calls are going up to remove Confederate monuments and rename military bases and other buildings named after anyone who had any remote connection to the Confederacy. Tactics that would make the Maoists or even the warm-fuzzy types in ISIS proud.
We reported earlier about NC House Democrat plans to start work on banning the Sons of Confederate Veterans license tag. North Carolina-based lefties Progress NC Action (run by a former WTVD ABC11 reporter) are ramping up a campaign to pressure the governor and the legislature to ban the license plate.
North Carolina legislators are pushing legislation that puts decisions about monuments and other historical artifacts or markers in the hands of the legislature. The drivebys are trying to tie it to the current hysteria over Charleston - but this bill was first introduced in February.
Lefties are even trying to remove the Old Market House from the logo of The City of Fayetteville. I usually don't agree with Myron Pitts, the Fayetteville Observer columnist and Barry Saunders wannabe, but on this issue - I do:
[...] I suspect research will underscore that Fayetteville's centerpiece structure was not a slave market, but, like George Washington, tells an expansive story far beyond that one chapter.cal
The original building housed state government, and the U.S. Constitution was ratified there. After being rebuilt after a fire, merchants sold goods there. It is not the fault of a building that a wrong-headed society once considered human beings to be goods.
Today, the Market House is a community meeting place, the site of everything from prayer vigils to anti-war demonstrations to Tea Party rallies to a Black Lives Matter march.
It truly belongs to all the people.
I grew up in Fayetteville hearing the Market House was a slave market. In short, I heard wrong.
History is messy. Slavery represents an everlasting stain on the country, and it was an American tragedy, not just a Southern one.
But history is history, and trying to erase it will only leave us blind.
Better to try to understand it, and learn.
I believe it was George Santayana who wrote (in The Life of Reason, 1905) : "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
This strategy all makes sense for the left. They can't woo the people with their issues. Their policy stands have deposited us deeply into our current economic mess. An election is coming up in 2016. The lefties need SOMETHING to rally their base. Scaring their low-information followers with visions of the return of slavery looks like the route they're betting it all on.
Too bad. That's not going to put people back to work. That's not going to turn this economy around. That's not going to ensure there is something positive for future generations in this country.
In the wake of the AME Zion murders in Charleston, SC, by an unhinged Southern racist: Should the Battle Flag of the Confederate States of America (CSA), a.k.a. The Stars and Bars, be relegated to obscurity?
10.95% Yes, the flag is only a symbol of White Supremacy and 'Hate'.
79.56% No, the flag is a symbol of the brave, but ill fated soldiers of the South in the American Civil War.
A lawyer representing former President Donald Trump told Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro that Justice Department special investigator Jack Smith was putting the American justice system in jeopardy after he brought another indictment against Trump.
State Supreme Court justices split on a decision to vacate a Court of Appeals ruling addressing a media outlet's "fair report privilege." The decision prompted commentary from four of the court's seven justices.
After announcing major budget cuts to the city’s police force and Education Department last week, New York City Democratic Mayor Eric Adams blamed the federal government for leaving him with no choice but to strip money away from New Yorkers to deal with the illegal immigration crisis.
A local Chick-fil-A ground to a halt Wednesday after an employee accidentally told another employee, "My pleasure." As a result, the pair of employees became trapped in an endless loop of "my pleasure" with no end in sight.