Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A Holiday Hate Road Trip

The Federal Reserve has forced employees of the Payne County Bank in Perkins, OK, to stop wearing American Family Association (AFA) Christmas buttons, and threatened managers with filing a complaint with the Department of Justice. The buttons depict an image of Mary cradling the baby Jesus and say “Merry Christmas – God with us.”

Additionally, all religious imagery was banned, and had to be removed under threat of prosecution. The bank was forced to remove a daily Bible verse from its website, and picture frames with Bible verses and crosses had to be taken down. Even paintings by renowned artist Thomas Kinkade were included in the forced removal.


Mr. Bernanke reads a rumor of an American using the “C” word in a private business. Mr. Bernanke quickly dispatches the Though Police to combat hate.

Neo-Nazis around the “C” tree.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Football and Diversity

The head coach of the Denver Broncos (my favorite team) was fired this week.  Eric Studesville who is African-American was named his replacement. This is a HUGE hire for the cause of Diversity Is Our Strength©. For many years Cultural Marxists have lamented that TOO MANY head coaches have been White.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Is Jesus Racist?

Was Jesus to blame?

We've heard athletes blame coaches, teammates and playing conditions when things go wrong, but God?

That's what Buffalo wideout Steve Johnson seemed to do Sunday, after dropping what would have been a game-winning 40-yard touchdown in a 19-16 overtime loss to Pittsburgh.



Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Kids Love the TSA

While driving across the American heartland before Thanksgiving, I scanned the radio to listen to various stations. During the newsbreaks all of the news broadcasts led with the story concerning the TSA protests. What was fascinating was how that each station pretty much had the exact same talking points. The spin was that the TSA protests were organized by “extremists” and that all true Americans appreciated the fine job the TSA performs at our airports. There was no serious discussion concerning civil liberties and individual rights. For a moment I thought I was in the old Soviet Union listening to Pravda praise the glorious accomplishments of the Communist Party.

One particular story caught my attention. It seems that a couple of young girls made a sign that thanked the TSA for keeping them safe. As a father, I found this to be rather odd. Most young girls are really not interested in making political statements. But somehow this story made the national news.

Did the TSA agents call the media? Did the girls’ father call the media?

Below is a picture of the sign supposedly made by the girls. Most girls that age would make a poster with plenty of color and sparkle. This sign looks like it was written by a 40 year old man.

Whatever the case, the TSA (and media) was quick to use this picture as part of their propaganda campaign.

It was reminiscent of how the Soviets used such propaganda with Stalin. The picture below was quite famous in the Soviet Union. At the time most people had no idea that the girl’s father was later executed by Stalin as being a counter-revolutionary.

So it goes.