The Left Strikes Back with GoFundMe

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Well, the results are in, and it appears that the owners of Memories Pizza are more than all set financially.

For those who have been off planet, here’s a quick recap. A local TV reporter walks into a mom-and-pop pizza parlor and offers up a bogus hypothetical question – would this shop service a homosexual wedding? The question wasn’t whether or not they would simply serve homosexuals, which they would. They would sell anyone a pizza. No, the question was whether they would be involved with a homosexual wedding reception.

memories-pizza-gofundme-final-300x187This was a total set up. The owners of Memories Pizza merely voiced their First Amendment right of free exercise of their religion. But to the tiny minority of the homosexual fascist lobby, this wasn’t good enough. The pizza parlor owners received death threats and warnings – enough to force them into temporarily closing the restaurant.

Enter The Blaze’s Dana Loesch and her compatriot Lawrence Billy Jones III, who set up a GoFundMe account to help the small business which could ill afford to close. To the delight and satisfaction of those who advocate for true freedom, in two days the account swelled to over $842,000. Incredible and far greater than the original goal of $25,000.

Many thanks go out to Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity Mark Levin and everyone else for promoting the effort and especially to all who donated.

Well, the left didn’t take too kindly to this and once again underestimated the power of freedom loving conservatives. They were simply not prepared for the outpouring of support. read more

Podcast – Religious Freedom vs the Governator

On this exciting episode I discuss homosexual fascism, our promised religious freedom and the weak-kneed and uninformed response of squishy establishment republicans like former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger. I replaced the weekly Rate the Candidate segment with a judgement of other republican reaction. That and the recipe for how to deal with the loony left. read more

Backpedaling May Debut in Rio at 2016 Summer Games

by: the Common Constitutionalist

With the 2016 Summer Olympics rapidly approaching, cyclists the world wide are busily training. Cycling enthusiast websites and blogs have informed their followers to mark their calendars for August 6 – 20, for the Rio 2016 Olympic Road Race and Time Trial courses have officially been rio_new-710x200confirmed by the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee and the International Cycling Union (UCI). The American odds on favorites to medal are 22 year Taylor Phinney and 24 year old Tejay Van Garderen.

Besides the road race, there are other cycling events. There’s Track Cycling, Mountain Biking and BMX, where adults and semi-adults ride those kids’ bikes, flying through the air, performing insane maneuvers. 19 Connor Fields is the American BMX favorite.

As you can see, most Olympic events are designed for younger competitors. Older Olympic hopefuls find it difficult if not impossible to compete.

However, there is an event that is gaining popularity, if not worldwide, certainly here in the United States. It’s the sport of backpedaling.

The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has been lobbying the International Olympic Committee (IOC) hard to add backpedaling to the list of new events, including golf and rugby sevens, starting in 2016 at the Rio Games. read more

Gay Bakery May Have to Close

by: the Common Constitutionalist

The year is 2015. It’s late August in Indianapolis Indiana. There’s a buzz in the air about the Colts who are undefeated thus far in preseason.

Not Fred and Ethel

Not Fred and Ethel

Judging by the mainstream press, this is not the only exciting thing emerging from the state. The press is still reporting on the nationwide sigh of relief, as just a few weeks ago Governor Mike Pence came to his senses, and facing extreme pressure, used a state executive action to rescind the

narrow minded and bigoted Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).

On that day a reporter visited a lovely homosexual couple, Fred and Ethel (his name was Eddie – he changed it to Ethel. The reporter didn’t ask why), owners of a local bakery in Indianapolis who were thrilled by the news. Evidently, ever since they heard the news they have been giving away rainbow frosted cupcakes to patrons in celebration.

During the interview, Ethel, the one with the beard, said that despite being homosexual, they were also Christian and said they believe God loves them as much as heterosexuals (which, by the way, he does).

Fred added that despite their Christian beliefs, they didn’t care for Indiana’s RFRA and were glad Gov. Pence came to his senses. They heard from many sources in the media that the Indiana law was just one more obstacle to equality. read more