Case in point, one Alex Wagner of MSNBS via Weasel Zippers
The woman whose recent wedding President Obama attended is okay with stoking the racial fears of black Americans—if that’s what it takes to drive them to the polls and secure Dem victories. Alex Wagner devoted a segment of her MSNBC show today to the naked appeals to the racial fears of black Americans that Democrats are making in campaign ads. Wagner discussed Dem ads that seek to stoke black fear toward Republicans by invoking Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown.
You might think Wagner would have condemned these ugly tactics, explicitly aimed at driving Americans apart based on their race. Think again. To the contrary, Wagner concluded the segment by saying that it shouldn’t have to be the kind of threats contained in these ads that get people to vote, “but if it does, so much stronger the party is for it.”
Just another example of the Left cares nothing about the truth, to them anything that gets them power is OK!
Old Mustache Man, Tweeted something pretty vile about Benjamin Netanyahu today
“If Israeli PM Netanyahu does not stop West Bank settlement expansion then WH critic is right, he is chickensh*t,” Rivera tweeted Thursday.
The White House has been deeply critical of Israel’s continuing plans to build homes in east Jerusalem.
While the White House called the “chickens**t” remark about the Israeli prime minister from an unnamed top Obama administration official “counterproductive” and Secretary of State John Kerry said it was “disgraceful” and “damaging,” the U.S. has not offered a formal apology.
Rivera had a sharp encounter with fellow Fox hosts after he criticized Israel during its offensive in Gaza over the summer, telling Andrea Tantaros she “should be ashamed” of herself for questioning him, a “dyed-in-the-wool Zionist.”
Geraldo, Geraldo, Geraldo, you pathetic excuse for a man. I have a great idea. Lets lock you and Netanyahu in a room, and see who comes out.
BTW, a note to Fox, every time I see Geraldo on your network, I change the station frankly. What it is you see in that no talent mouthy hack is beyond me.
Zero Tolerance? Or Naked Statism?
That bi-polar, Queen of Hearts, full-speed-ahead blind fury and absolutism is the mark of the modern educator, and this institutionalized insanity is running rampant in Massachusetts, where a pair of awkward teenagers have been suspended for daring to be talked about by their peers for a Facebook photo.
Two high school students in Massachusetts were suspended and face possible expulsion after posting a homecoming photo online of themselves holding airsoft rifles.
Tito Velez, 15, and his girlfriend Jamie Pereira posed with the airsoft rifles inside his home before heading to the Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical School homecoming dance in Taunton, a local NBC affiliate reported.
“This isn’t dangerous. … You can’t kill someone with it,” Tito said. “We didn’t shoot anyone. We were pointing them at the floor. Everything was on safe, no batteries, they never left the house. We never took them to school. That’d be stupid.”
Airsoft rifles only shoot plastic pellets and are not intended to be lethal. Still, the two were suspended Monday morning after posting the photo on Facebook, and administrators are considering expulsion, the station said.
“They created a disruption, in our opinion, and that’s what they’re being punished for,” said superintendent Richard Gross.
The issue wasn’t the gun replicas themselves, but the “Homecoming 2014″ caption attached to the photo, the superintendent said.
Where does this crap stop? When does it stop? When parents enough parents say NO MORE! It stops when people start getting fired for this blatant abuse of power, and of children. This must stop. It has now become a case of a school punishing kids for what they do at home. And understand this is more of the War on Guns This is about intimidation, and re-education, and it MUST STOP! We are allowing our liberties to be taken by fanatics and bullies. And it makes me ill that more parents are not standing up and demanding an end to such abuse. I promise you, if enough parents showed up at the school, lawyers in tow, and demanded this be fixed, it would be fixed damn quick!
It’s funny. Liberals tell us that government can have no rules, no regulations, no laws, nor restrictions on abortion. Choice! Reproductive freedom! Hands off our uterus’! Of course, when it comes to almost everything other than baby killing…
Two “Stop the Violence” organizers allegedly beat one of their colleagues so severely that he vomited blood and was left unconscious in critical condition.
Nikole Ardeno and Emanuel Velez, both 30, accused their former roommate of stealing their property, and allegedly punched and kicked him in the street until he had seizures. Arrested moments later, Ardeno was still wearing the same “Stop the Violence” T-shirt she had on the night before when she coordinated a march protesting two recent shootings, Washington Police Chief Chris Luppino said.
The victim, Joshua Magraff, also is a community organizer with the anti-violence group, and shared an apartment with the suspects until recently.
Online court records don’t list lawyers for the defendants, who face a preliminary hearing Nov. 10 on charges of aggravated assault, conspiracy, simple assault and disorderly conduct.
Local “Stop the Violence” leader Suzanne Kelley said she hopes to hear from Ardeno, and insisted that “we don’t promote violence at all.”
“I can’t believe this is going on. I don’t want the community to get a negative effect from this because they back us,” Kelley said.
Police believe Ardeno and Velez attacked Magraff on Tuesday because he had gone to the apartment they had shared to collect his belongings. Ardeno and Velez had come to a police station about 20 minutes earlier, accusing Magraff of burglary, but police said he appeared to be taking only items that belonged to him as he moved out, Luppino said.
Magraff was still unconscious and in critical condition Wednesday at UPMC Mercy hospital in Pittsburgh, Luppino said. A hospital spokeswoman declined to provide an update Thursday, citing a policy against releasing information about crime victims.