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rosegrower

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  • [2] June 25, 2016 at 11:00am

    Abortion was not deemed a constitutional right – Roe v. Wade inferred a “right to privacy.” This, however, has been violeted en masse by the current administration, so the concept that any American has a “right to privacy” is no longer valid. Hillary can only champion abortion as a property rights issue, which puts her on par with historical Democrats who believed that blacks were also “property” and had fewer rights than did their white masters.

  • [3] June 25, 2016 at 10:54am

    “My generation is more innovative and have more entrepreneurs than ever before…” Really? Where are your Henry Fords? Your Thomas Edisons? Your Nikola Teslas? Your Andrew Carnegies? Each of these entrepreneurs began their enterpriseswhen they were in their teens; your generation is still living with Mommy when you’re in your 30s. As for “climate change” being today’s greatest threat, well, tell that to the families of the 49 people in Orlando who were murdered recently. They weren’t killed by global warming, Sherlock. They were killed by Islamists who will be more than happy to behead you and all of your snowflake buddies, and then post it on Youtube.

  • [13] June 25, 2016 at 10:50am

    Does Ms. Amanpour not realize that the rest of the EU is composed of countries that are largely white? The last time I looked, Belgium, Germahy and France had white European populations. Perhaps a little genuine journalistic inquiry would pay off here – Brits were angry that every other country had the power to determine their economic future. To a leftist like Amanpour, the concepts of “self-determination” and “freedom” are anathema.

  • [4] June 25, 2016 at 10:46am

    Well, the headline is correct in one sense – CNN IS revolting. I’m sure that Zuckerberg will be hobbled when, “female reporters and producers ….. publicly demand that Lewandowski be let go.” They had better bolster their arguments with some evidence that their contributions to CNN’s profitability add weight to their demands. Otherwise, the “letting go” may not be in their favor.

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  • [7] June 25, 2016 at 10:37am

    Does Christiane not know that Belgium, France, Germany and other members of the EU are also majority white countries? Perhaps Brits are just sick and tired of having their economic future determined by everyone else. A little like one of the reasons the first British revolutionaries came to America! Apparently, the concepts of “freedom” and “self-determination” are completely foreign to the likes of Amanpour, who are the biggest shills for all-powerful, centralized control.

  • [-1] June 23, 2016 at 5:49pm

    Must be a lot of Trump supporters in Germany.

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  • [1] June 23, 2016 at 5:46pm

    “Law abiding citizens just shouldn’t have to carry a gun.” True, Charlie. The problem is, those citizens who aren’t law abiding do carry guns – illegal ones, BTW – and are very happy to use them on the law-abiding citizens. Furthermore, fine “veteran politicians” like yourself have hobbled the police departments of most major metropolitan areas so they are limited in what they can do to assist law-abiding citizens. And the judges that you appoint are very accommodating to criminals – just ask those police officers, who see the same faces recycled in and out of prison every 4 or 5 years. So Charlie, when you fix the CRIMINAL problem, then you’ll be able to fix the “gun” problem. But amazingly enough, the “gun” probiem will resolve itself once you get rid of the criminals.

  • [6] June 19, 2016 at 10:15am

    In 2003, the largest mass killing in NYC done by one person was perpetrated by a slasher on a subway train. Find any soft target with people unwilling or unable to fight back, and any weapon will do the job quite well.

  • June 19, 2016 at 10:12am

    Don’t know that Omar would vote for Bernie – he is Jewish (by birth, at least, not by belief system). More likely, Omar would advocate for stoning Bernie, but only after receiving his fair share of the free stuff promised.

  • June 19, 2016 at 10:09am

    One of the best ways to regulate any market is to provide in-depth information to the people most likely to consume the product. However, that requires a press that is not agendized with leftist ideology. It also requires a press corps that has enough grounding in basic economics and finance to be able to ask the right questions and examine and publish the most relevant data. The tech and housing bubble bursts were both predicted 6 to 8 months before the actual occurance in the financial press, but the information never made it to the mainstream media. Ignorance isn’t bliss, and an undereducated, overly agendized press corps perpetuates its own ignorance to the masses.

  • [50] June 12, 2016 at 3:34pm

    Perez Hilton should be watching this man closely:
    http://streamingradioguide.com/startingover/?p=15487

    This imam and representative of the Religion of Peace was speaking at a mosque just outside of Orlando (!) and stated that killing gays was “compassionate.” Think perhaps he and ISIS are a little more dangerous than the NRA?

  • June 12, 2016 at 11:18am

    I’d love to see this philanthropist take a stroll through Obama’s new presidential library. It’s located in one of the worst areas of Chicago’s south side, an area that our own State Department warns foreign visitors to avoid at all costs. Perhaps her perspective on not having a gun would change dramatically after a brief visit to this hell hole.

  • June 12, 2016 at 11:13am

    The definition is pretty self-explanatory. This generation has been coddled by teachers, parents and other so-called “experts” to the point where they are incapable of functioning in the real world. They’ve been pumped full of “self-esteem building” all through their public education, being given “participation trophies” and living in the delusion that everybody wins. They go to college, and are “protected” from “hate speech” – meaning any thoughts or opinions to which they don’t proscribe and that the college doesn’t endorse. They aren’t challenged to think, to do any research or to be anywhere near independent. Then, they get out to real life, and expect an employer to praise their every effort, despite the results (which may not be all that.) They claim to want to have a “meaningful” job, but fail to fulfill the basic functions of any job they hold. Of course, meaning is only derived from producing superior results, but snowflakes can’t handle criticism and with the “everybody wins” mentality, assume that ANY result is a good result and you, dear customer, should just STFU if you don’t like it.

  • June 12, 2016 at 11:07am

    Here are a few factoids that might shake what few brain cells are still operating. Today, there are more 18 – 34 year olds living at Mommy and Daddy’s house than ever before. The U6 unemployment rate – you know, the one that counts people who aren’t even bothering to look for work – among the millennials is 16.1%. And the median income for millennials according to Business Insider ranges between 19000 and 24000 per year in the lower 48. So tell me again how the millennials are filled with work ethic and are carrying the load in terms of producing goods and services, paying taxes and contributing to economic growth.

    The fact is, the baby boomer generation is burdened with supporting the snowflakes as well as navigating toward their eventual mandated retirement. Too bad there won’t be enough people working in 5 – 10 years to support Social Security, the tax program we were FORCED to contribute to. So, the contributions that we made that COULD have been invested in our own IRAs and 401(k)s has already been flushed down the toilet and there won’t be enough coming in to reimburse us, even at 5 cents on the dollar. Thanks, snowflakes. Maybe you’ll get your acts together by the time you’re 50.

  • June 12, 2016 at 10:53am

    I hate to bring up biology as it is now no longer settled science, but if this kid was truly “so drunk” he had no idea what he was doing, then he would also have been “too drunk” to perform. A man’s second brain is equally dysfunctional when said male is stone drunk. So the fact that he did perform a rape and the physical evidence was collectible means that his story is b*lls**t.

  • [4] June 12, 2016 at 10:48am

    Actually, there are a handful of “African-Americans” among us. However, some of them are white – they were born in Africa of American parents (missionary’s kids) and hold dual citizenship. One of my college friends had this problem – she marked “African American” on her college application, not knowing about Affirmative Action or that PC rules dictate the meaning of this term as “black only.” The college tried to have her expelled for falsifying her records! Too bad Yale didn’t vet Elizabeth Warren as closely as Alma College did this girl.

  • [15] June 12, 2016 at 10:44am

    Because we have an administration in place that punishes those states and agencies that try to enforce US immigration law. Look at the blowback that the Arizona governor experienced, and the lack of any law enforcement support for the border patrol officers who have been killed in the line of duty. This administration LOVES illegals because they help gird the walls of the permanent underclass that keeps Democrats/Socialists/Marxists in power.

  • [19] June 12, 2016 at 10:37am

    Well, gee – the shooter’s name is Omar and he’s a Muslim. How ’bout that – sharia being exercised in Florida!! Now let’s see the ACLU defend this guy, and the left, RINOs and other mealy-mouths denounce Trump’s plan to disallow Muslim immigration until a more thorough vetting process is in place!

  • [3] June 9, 2016 at 9:14pm

    Actually, of those you’ve mentioned, Drew Carey, Kelsey Grammer, Tom Selleck, Stephen Baldwin and Jon Voight have all stated they have been excluded from many TV and movie productions due to their political leanings. Drew Carey went from practially owning ABC to doing nothing but stand-up for a long time, before he was tapped for Bob Barker’s job. And don’t forget about Michael Moriarity, who was at the top of the heap during the first few years of Law and Order, but was canned by NBC for making “inflammatory statements” against the Clinton administration. While it’s entirely possible that Stacey Dash doesn’t have the talent she believes she has and wouldn’t draw flies with her acting ability, she still may be blocked from working because of her political views.

  • [3] June 9, 2016 at 9:06pm

    JerryTwo – he probably lives in his mom’s basement, which is why the term “liberal hag” is so rankling to him.

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