THE REAL SLAVERY DEBATE WASN’T NORTH AGAINST SOUTH
“Number one, most Southerners did not own slaves. Most confederates did not own slaves. And the Northern Democrats, led by Stephen Douglas, protected slavery with the same zeal as the Southern Democrats. Right away you see this isn’t just a north/south issue. The real slavery debate was between the anti-slavery Republicans and the pro-slavery Democrats. So that is the first chapter of this narrative in which you see the Democrats are really implicated in the worst horrors of modern history.” —Dinesh D’Souza Read More
TRUTH: TRANSGENDERS’ FEELINGS ARE NOT MORE IMPORTANT THAN WOMEN’S AND LITTLE GIRLS’ SAFETY AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING.
Women, and especially little girls, should never have to see men’s penises when they are in a restroom or locker room. Aside from the safety issue that any predator who chooses to ‘claim’ they are transgender to get into the women’s restroom, with no one raising an eyebrow, little girls are now subjected to seeing men’s privates in the most vulnerable of places. This is neither acceptable nor appropriate. Stores are more worried about being labeled ‘intolerant’ than they care for the safety and respect of women. Transgenders have been offered single bathrooms for their safety, which they have rejected because it’s not really about their safety, it’s about their feelings. Read More
GOVERNMENT’S JOB IS NOT TO DICTATE YOUR VALUES
“…but to protect them. In a free country, you choose values and then use your own money as a tool to achieve them. But a value-rigged tax policy reverses this cause and effect - it uses your money against you, bribing you with tax breaks that let you keep some of your earning in exchange for abandoning your preferred values.” -Yaron Brook Read More
I CALL [DECIMATED BLACK COMMUNITIES] THE URBAN “PLANTATION.”
“And it’s actually remarkable how similar the urban plantation is to the old rural plantation. This is not just some kind of general analogy. Think of the ram shackle dwellings of slave quarters on the slave plantation — you can find those [today] in inner city Oakland. Think about the amount of violence that’s necessary to hold the place together because slavery was based on force. Similarly today, cops have the toughest jobs in the inner city just holding the place together.” -Dinesh D’Souza Read More