Friday, January 16, 2015

The Real Victims of the Terrorist Attacks Last Week in Paris? Muslims, Of Course!

You know, I thought the victims of the terrorist attacks last week in Paris were those practicing freedom of expression and Jews. Apparently, some political leaders would have to argue. The French President, Francois Hollande, legitimately just said that Muslims are "the victims" and that they "deserve protection." The audacity of the FRENCH president to say this just a week after radical Muslims killed citizens of his country is dispicable. You know who needs protection in France? Clearly Jews who are targeted simply for being Jewish, and those that might offend someone for any reason. His statement is comparable to someone saying a week after World War II ended, "Well, not all of those Germans are bad and they are actually victims here too." Whatever truth there is in such a statement is irrelevant when people have JUST been attacked by people from that particular group. Have some sensitivity, sir.

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Here We Go Again: The Boy Who Called "Race"

Just when you thought you might get a little break from hearing another ridiculous thing out of Al Sharpton’s mouth, the Oscar nominations were announced. Yesterday morning, the nominations were revealed, with most of the nominees being pretty obvious selections based on the hype and reviews of their prospective movies. People can get really worked up about these award shows—but never can I remember a time where people got upset over the diversity (or lack thereof) of the nominees. I’m not kidding. This is real. Yesterday, the ultimate race baiter himself stated, “The movie industry is like the Rocky Mountains, the higher you get, the whiter it gets.” Never mind the fact that the people who select the nominees are most likely typical Hollywood liberals or that they select the nominees based on their talent. 
Sharpton’s complaint is in regards to Selma only getting two Oscar nominations. Awww…poor baby. Two Oscar nominations (best song and best picture) is just not good enough and you know, is obviously indicative of those racist members of the Motion Picture Academy. Sharpton and his buddies really wanted the director of Selma, Ava DuVernay, to at least get a nomination—because she’s a woman and she’s black (they could care less about any talent she may or may not have). However, DuVernay has only directed three movies! To blame the lack of a nomination on the color of her skin is not only offensive to Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of being judged by his character (and NOT his skin color), but it is also ignoring the reality of her rookie status. To help bring people back down to earth, our friends at have compiled this list of the 225 actual biggest Oscar snubs ever. Sidenote: The most snubbed actor of all time? Whitey McWhite himself, Leonardo Dicaprio! Seriously, that’s just an injustice I can’t comprehend.
Just when you didn’t think this “racist” Oscar nomination debacle couldn’t get any more insane, #OscarsSoWhite is trending on twitter with more than 67,000 tweets already. BET tweeted, “Our community #snubbed.” Because I mean really, what is more racist than not giving people Oscar nominations just because they are black? They deserve that nomination just because of their skin color—MLK Jr. would be so proud at all of the progress that has been made since his death. So sorry for all of that injustice you feel, BET (not).
Here’s to waiting for the day people stop blaming everything on race—we can hope, can’t we? Until next time!

"Right For a Reason" is a must read!

Right for a Reason is an absolute must read for all conservatives, and anyone else who is ready to read the truth about why conservative politics is the only solution to a successful America. Miriam Weaver and Amy Jo Clark (aka The Chicks on the Right) tell it as it is in this refreshingly honest and hilarious book that looks at all of the stupidity taking place in our country right now. The chicks have taken what is typically a disheartening topic of our failing administration and have turned it into a hysterical, pun-filled, straightforward look at not only what is wrong with liberals, but why their actions and policies are wrong for our country. The chicks have no apologies, as they state in the introduction, “Fortunately, we happen to be extra loud and persistent. And we don’t give a damn about what anyone else thinks about us.” Every topic from capitalism, American pride, welfare, abortion, feminists, personal responsibility, racists, homosexuality, birth control, first amendment rights, and second amendment rights are addressed throughout the book. Within each topic, Weaver and Clark back up their beliefs with relevant and timely stories that give further depth to their reasoning. Perhaps what is the cherry on top of their fun and sassy commentary are the solutions the chicks give for individuals as conservatives, as well as the GOP as a whole. As they state early on in the book, “Republicans are the broccoli party—what we offer is really good for everyone, but our message is not sexy.” Nowhere else have I read a more realistic outlook on why the Republican Party is having such a difficult time getting votes. With suggestions such as playing offense, putting social issues on the back burner, getting women and minorities elected, using straight talk, loosening up, using media, getting new candidates, and fighting fire with fire, the chicks have come up with the perfect solution for how to get a Republican elected. And thanks to this amazing book, the chicks are leading the way for changing the perception of conservatives everywhere.