NYC Leftists Attack Chick-fil-A

from CNS News:

Irrational Christophobes Attack Chick-fil-A

It is the fastest growing phobia in the nation. Christophobia. To be sure, the fear of Christians is not overcoming America, but it has unquestionably overcome a large swath of non-believers, or those who profess no religious belief. Within this segment of the population, there are the indifferent at one end, and the haters at the other end.

If there is any doubt that the haters are growing, consider the overheated reaction by the New Yorker to a company that sells chicken sandwiches. Journalist Dan Piepenbring accuses Chick-fil-A of “carpet bombing” New York City. What did it do to merit such an accusation? It opened its fourth store in the Big Apple. read more

Life is Good for Those Who Work In D.C.

from CNS News:

The three richest counties in the United States with populations of 65,000 or more, when measured by their 2016 median household incomes, were all suburbs of Washington, D.C., according to data released today by the Census Bureau.

Eight of the 20 wealthiest counties with populations of 65,000 or more were also suburbs of Washington, D.C.–as were 10 of the top 25.
Loudoun County, Va., with a median household income of $134,464, was nation’s wealthiest county, according to the Census Bureau.

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Inverted Flag Means We Are in Distress

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Such an uproar over a T-shirt I haven’t seen since the donning of the “I Heart Chick-fil-A” at a Pennsylvania schools LGBT event.

This time it’s not individuals who ended up in hot water, but a retail clothier, PacSun. By now you may have heard that the clothing retailer removed a shirt from the racks and shelves portraying an image of an upside down American flag.

CNS News  reported that “The $24 T-shirt, sold online and in selected stores, was part of rapper A$AP Rocky’s clothing line, and allegedly was meant to symbolize a nation in distress.

Well, the T-shirt sparked a twitter “Hashtag” campaign in which one of the participants was actor James woods. He tweeted: “Please, every follower of mine, please #Boycott PacSun. Disgusting trashing of American flag on Memorial Day.”

A supporter of the campaign posted on Facebook that “I understand freedom of speech but this shirt, displayed prominently at the entrance of your store, for Memorial Day weekend is more distasteful and disrespectful than anything I thought I’d see. I will not be shopping at PacSun again.”

Okay, I get the outrage and the boycott. After all, many of us understand that we are losing our country and witness constant reminders of it seemingly on a daily basis. read more