Tag: racism

True & False Tea Partiers

This evening I will be attending our local Tea Party. Will the event be reported accurately? There’s some doubt about that nationwide. A movement is underway to sabotage Tea Party rallies by infiltrating them with opponents posing as supporters. These fakers will attempt to act in such an outrageous manner, or carry signs with hateful messages, that the media will present them as the rank-and-file Tea Partier. Michelle Malkin penned an article yesterday that pinpoints the disrupters’ strategy. For the entire article,… Read more »

Random Thoughts

Some days I don’t have a unified thesis for what I want to share. How about if I just offer a few random thoughts—with a little help from my friends, the political cartoonists? A couple days ago, I commented on the attitude toward the Tea Partiers, and how some politicians and media outlets do their best to smear them as racists. Personally, I think some of this is due to their utter lack of knowledge of American history. It’s interesting… Read more »

Demonizing Dissent

Remember the scene a couple of weeks ago as the Democratic House leadership left one of the House office buildings to walk outside to the Capitol? Speaker Pelosi was carrying a rather huge gavel. They were in an exultant mood—healthcare was about to pass. This march was obviously intended to go straight through the crowd of protestors who were begging Congress not to pass the bill. It was during this march that an alleged incident occurred. Accusations later were lodged… Read more »