Starting on the day after the November 9 announcement that Donald Trump was to become our 45th U.S. president, here are the top 30 fake hate crimes...
Multiple U.S. media outlets are citing an online survey by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as proof Donald Trump’s election is causing a surge of bullying in schools. But the survey is flawed in several obvious ways, and shouldn’t be taken as proof of anything at all.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group I often refer to as the premier hate group, is not looking to silence debate over Barack Obama's Muslim resettlement program because the facts are coming out.
Okay we know that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is generally over-the-line liberal loony-toons but this seems extreme even for them, Ryan Lenz who is an editor at the insane asylum masquerading as an anti-right wing hate group was on CNN this morning and claimed that Trump’s phrase “drain the swamp” was racist.
Harry Reid may not have much time left before he retires, but he’s been taking the Senate floor frequently after the election to proclaim his distaste for the President-elect.
The latest example of liberal insanity comes to us from the fine folks at Penzeys Spices, who decided to send out an email blast this past week, deriding their Trump voting customers as racists!
The media's attempt to destroy the presidency of Donald J Trump before it even fairly begins is purring along nicely. Last week we were told Trump didn't really expect to win and is unprepared to serve.
Any time the liberal media want to disparage the right side of the political spectrum, they call on a pool of go-to guys and gals to make their case for them. It’s not news reporting; it’s ideological position marketing designed to destroy the competition. One of their go-to guys is Mark Potok of the hard-left […]
Under the “progressive” leadership of Barack Obama and his like-minded “social justice” warriors throughout all levels of government, we have entered an era of lawlessness unprecedented in American history.
The WA education department is urging their schools to prepare students for “increasing levels of fear and anxiety” because of the so-called “Trump effect.”