Tuesday, March 24, 2015

President Ted Cruz

This one's for all of those who don't "like" the Statist Quo's worst nightmare. Who don't "like" the only politician in Washington who talks about Repealing Obamacare, Repealing Common Core, Abolishing the IRS. Who don't "like" the only politician in Washington who refers to the Jihad that's being waged on us by the Islamic enemy as Jihad. Who don't "like" the only politician in Washington who called Ayn Rand "one of my all time heroes" and who read from Rand's The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged on the floor of the senate. He has his flaws, but compared to the field, he's the best. 

Here's Amy's Peikoff's analysis on Ted Cruz's announcement he's running for president. 

Monday, March 23, 2015

Patriot vs Hatriot

Some on the right are attempting to smear Ted Cruz by comparing him to Barack Obama, and while there are certain technical similarities, there's one Big difference between them that trumps all.


Thursday, March 19, 2015

Starbucks is Racist

That's for their obnoxious "Race Together" campaign, where they're foisting a race lecture onto customers who only want coffee. The reason this "national conversation on race" hasn't taken place yet is because there's no such conversation to be had. Race means nothing. I repeat, race means nothing, no matter what racists and alleged anti-racists say. It only means something to racists, whether they see other races as inferior to their own or if they see their race as superior to others. Then there are white leftists and black racists who see white skin as inherently racist, which leads to the ugly idea that black racism is acceptable, while only white racism is intolerable. And if you want to understand how committed racists are to seeing America as racist, notice their reaction when you state the fact that institutionalized racism in America is a thing of the past (other than what Obama and Holder have been able to "accomplish"). Here are a few of my tweets in response to this inanity on the part of Starbucks: