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Video Podcast – Supreme Court Overstep – Marvel’s New Superheroes

by: Brent Smith

The supreme Court has decided, because it feels like it, to once again overstep it’s constitutionally authorized duties and grant deported aliens the right of a new challenge to their original deportation.

22 years after a Columbian national was deported for a major drug offense the Supremes have decided he should get a new hearing. Sounds reasonable – right?

Marvel Comics has gone full P.C. with their latest superhero additions.

You may to be seated for this one. And also wrapping your head in duck tape to prevent losing any portion may be in order. read more

Is a Good Guy with a Gun Really a Good Guy?

A good guy (or girl) with a gun will stop a bad guy with a gun. It happens quite a lot, but isn’t often reported on.

However, many otherwise well meaning liberals simply don’t agree with this premise. Mostly because of the echo-chambers they live in. No one they know owns guns and they’ve been taught that, without exception, guns are bad, and only bad come from owning a gun.

But Will Witt was brave enough to venture out into the city of Pasadena, California to speak to liberals about the “good guy with a gun” statement.

It all begins rather predictably, as the interviewers all agree that guns have no place in society – that there are no good guys with guns.

But when presented with a scenario or two, most of the liberals, having never heard a reasoned argument from the right, began to rethink their positions.

Seeing them begin to question their own beliefs about guns is fascinating and shows that speaking with liberals one on one, without the “mob” distraction, can actually be quite constructive.

Enjoy the video from Prager U: read more

It’s a Big Nope For Mayor Pete

from the American Spectator:

Nobody ever really bought into Pete Buttigieg, did they? He wasn’t exactly a plausible presidential candidate, and the first question anybody ought to ask themselves before running for something like president of the United States of America is, “Am I plausible?”

Buttigieg was like the little ant who thought he could move the rubber tree plant in the Frank Sinatra song. But unlike the ant or Sinatra’s ram, who head-butts a hydroelectric dam until it collapses, high hopes don’t often translate into results in American politics — particularly when those hopes run counter to obvious reality. Let’s talk about that as the first item in this week’s edition of Five Quick Things.

1. Pete Buttigieg owes Rush Limbaugh an apology. read more

Transgender Avoids British Prison

Well this should have been predicted. But there’s no solution due the Brits hyper-political correctness. And It would be funnier if the consequences were actually paid.
Expect these same ridiculous rulings to begin popping up anytime now in the good ole U.S. of A.Leila Le Fey (pictured leaving Lewes Crown Court) had pleaded guilty to common assault and possession of an offensive weapon after trying to steal wine from a Budgens in Brighton

from the Blaze:

Transgender woman uses hammer to threaten UK store manager — then avoids jail time after judge can’t decide between male, female prison

‘We live in a society which acknowledges and embraces diversity’

A transgender woman who used a hammer to threaten a store manager in the United Kingdom was spared jail time when a judge couldn’t decide whether to send the attacker to a male-only or female-only prison, the Daily Mail reported.

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WND Exclusive – Did 1619 Project Inspire Those who Defaced Plymouth Rock?

from Brent for World Net Daily:

Last Monday, several landmarks were vandalized in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Items defaced with red spray paint were four large scalloped shell sculptures, the Pilgrim Maiden statue, a National Monument to the Forefathers, a sign celebrating the 400th year anniversary of the Pilgrims’ landing and Plymouth Rock itself.

The tagging, which is a slang term for spray painting a distinguishing mark or phrase on something, simply read “508 MOF.”

Now, 508 is the area code for Plymouth, but the MOF was apparently a bit of a mystery. However, figuring that the idiots who did this aren’t Rhodes scholars, I’d say it’s a pretty good bet “MOF” is the further abbreviation of MOFO, which is short for mother f-er. Yes – brilliant in its simple eloquence, I know. Real wordsmiths. read more

Don’t Buy a Home in California – Just Take It!

Always wanted a home, but can’t afford one? Well it’s your lucky day. Just move to California, find a vacant house and squat in it. It doesn’t matter whether someone else “owns” it. If you want it, it’s apparently your “fundamental human right” to have it.

from the American Spectator:

Taking Property for Fun and Profit

Sacramento

After a group of homeless moms simply moved into a vacant three-bedroom house in Oakland owned by a company that invests in local real estate, local progressives turned them into folk heroes. These women weren’t squatters who took something that wasn’t theirs, but valiant protesters who were standing up for their communities against — all together now — corporate speculators. read more

A Figure of Speech Escapes AOC

by: Brent Smith

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A few days ago Rob Smith wrote an article for Human Events about his recent testimony (early February) on Capital Hill, as a guest of representatives Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan. Rob is a United States Army veteran, Turning Point USA contributor, and political analyst.

In other words, he’s fairly accomplished for a guy that looks like he’s 20-nothing. Oh, and did I mention he’s a black conservative? (That’s an Uncle Tom for you leftists).

I shouldn’t need to mention what shade he is, but I did – just in case any leftist, identity politicians are reading this. Because as we know, leftists are all and only about skin color and gender.

Anywho, Rob was telling the distinguished House members (almost choked on those words) about his life story thus far – how he pulled himself up by his “bootstraps” instead of wallowing in self pity and remaining on government assistance. read more

No Thought Given to the Banning of Plastic Bags

by: Preston Baines with commentary from Brent Smith

Are plastic bag bans helpful? Think twice

The article was brought to my attention by Pat Gray of the Blaze and Glenn Beck show.

(The author’s thoughts are justified left, while my brilliant commentary is indented)

It begins:
12 years ago, San Francisco became the first city in the US to ban plastic bags in a very controversial vote which was mocked by almost everybody across the country. Fast forward to today and the bans are being celebrated across the country, including around the coast of conservative South Carolina. Richland County has passed the ban in its first reading and is poised to make it the law. Lexington County appears to be headed in the same direction.

This doesn’t surprise me. This kind of stuff happens a lot in the liberal enclaves of otherwise conservative States – State capitals and big University cities and towns.

And unfortunately, these 2 counties are defined by both.

Richland and Lexington Counties basically surround Columbia, the capital of South Carolina. First, you have all the State government hacks living in these counties. So naturally, being in government these people will be more liberal.

Second, Lake Murray is in Lexington County. It’s where the wealthy and guilty white liberals either reside or have second homes. So there’s that. read more

Radical New York Governor is Just a Typical Democrat

The policies of New York Governor have become increasingly radical over the past few years. But when you think about it, he is directly reflective of the democrat party as a whole. The whole lot of them have never been more radical then they are today. It’s almost as if they intentionally want to burn down the entire traditional American system and rebuild it in their own warped image. But that couldn’t be it – right?

from the American Thinker:

Andrew Cuomo: Criminals’ Best Friend

Thirty-five years ago, as a late teen, I came to New York to attend yeshiva.  As an avid follower of news and politics, I recall cringing every time I heard then–New York governor Mario Cuomo on the radio, as he pontificated on the issues of the day, spewing forth liberal platitudes as if they were divine truths that no one dare question, while failing to say anything of substance, as the state was falling apart.  It was a disgrace.

Seventeen years later, Cuomo’s son, Andrew, was sworn in as the 56th governor of New York.  Although none of my friends or family members voted for him, people commented at the time that Andrew Cuomo was better than his father — pro-business; anti-crime; not as politically correct; and willing to take on ultra-progressives, such as NYC mayor Bill de Blasio.  The crime rate in New York State was not escalating, the rate of businesses leaving the state was not increasing, and things seemed sort of OK for a state led by a Democrat (although issues of morality, with Cuomo’s infatuation with “gay pride” and his non-marital domestic relationship, left much to be desired). read more

NFL Just Keeps Pushing Further Left

If faux-outrage from spoiled social-justice millionaire players wasn’t absurd enough – now what used to be an All-in-the Family event, the Superbowl is no longer – going full leftist by pushing the bounds of normalcy and taste, allowing a ad which seeks to normalize drag queens. And once more, we are supposed to accept and embrace this “new Normal.”

from the Blaze:

Drag queens will be featured for the first time in a prime-time Super Bowl advertisement

Two former contestants on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will featured in a Super Bowl ad for Sabra hummus products, according to NBC News.

Super Bowl LIV will air Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs will square off against the San Francisco 49ers at 6:30 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

What are the details? read more