Tag Archives: slavery

Note to Mr. Holder: We’re Refusing The Label Of Racist … J. D. Longstreet

A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet **************************** I am a long time reader of anything written by Mychal Massie.  The man is a true conservative. Mr. Massie has written a piece entitled:  “Blacks And Palestinians Are A Lot Alike.”  It is “spot-on!” (Editor’s note: Mychal Massie was a guest on The Teri O’Brien Show last September.) Mychal S. Massie is ...

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MS-NBC: I Have Been Calling It The 24/7 Televised Insane Asylum for Years for a Reason

As you probably know, yesterday Martin Bashir, who has the distinction of having the lowest rated show on MS-NBC–think ugliest woman at a NOW convention, apologized for an especially revolting monologue describing unspeakable acts that should be inflicted on Gov. Sarah Palin. I saw this performance, and since as you know, I watched this garbage so you guys don’t have ...

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Are We Free, or We Slaves to an Anti-Christian, Militantly Secularist Mob?

Elijah Parish Lovejoy was a minister and journalist, who for several years early in the 19th century edited a newspaper called the St. Louis Observer. Unfortunately, some of the locals weren’t fans of his anti-slavery views. From Wikipedia: (I know, but the actual sources are in the footnotes) In May 1836, after anti-abolitionist opponents in St. Louis destroyed his printing ...

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How Many Dead Slaves Does It Take To Prove These Teachers Are Idiots?

This story is certainly an argument for paying teachers based on competence, not tenure. Note that it was the student teacher who noticed how bone-headed this proposed homework assignment is. From NY1: It was quite a homework assignment that a fourth grade teacher at P.S. 59 wanted to give her students last Thursday. It consisted of a few math problems, ...

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