Candace Owens Explains how to use the Black Card

Black conservative (what’s that) commentator Candace Owens took to Prager-U to explain just what the Black Card is and how it has been properly used over the decades. It is an invaluable tool used exclusively by people of color to advance the liberal agenda while enriching themselves. All the while claiming to have suffered oppression of some sort.

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All White College Students Are Racist

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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I listen to Jay Severin at the Blaze Radio Network from time to time, although not as often as I used to. Back in the old (or at least older) days, Jay had his own show broadcast here in New England.

One of the catch phrases he used, when a college kid called into his program was, “best time of your life kid.” He still uses the phrase and for him, being an “older gentleman,” I’m sure that was true.

However, I don’t think he can necessarily say that and it be categorically so any longer, especially if you are white.

Many colleges today are discriminating against white students  and doing it outwardly and without shame – none more than Pomona College in Claremont, California.

Posters have been seen plastered all over the dorms entitled, “How to Be a (better) White Ally.” Reading the poster, I think it could have been crafted by the New Black Panther Party or Black Lives Matter. It is that offensive.

The poster should actually just read: “Whitey Go Home,” or “We Don’t Want Your Kind at This School.” And that’s not far from the truth, as “Pomona College had several events last year that white students were not allowed to attend.” read more

Got Nowhere To Run To Baby

by: the Common Constitutionalist 

I was speaking to a customer at my office last week. He is as conservative as anyone and fairly well read. He comes by to pick up supplies every once in a while and invariably the conversations turn to politics.

 

That day, we discussed everything from incandescent light bulbs to Obamacare. He began to turn the conversation into a complainathon.

 

He bemoaned the bond buying scheme by the Federal Reserve, saying that the $85 billion a month money flood can’t possibly be sustained. It was then that I told him the great news – that the Fed was paring back to a mere $75 billion a month.

 

It was as if a great weight was lifted off him. Not really. His reaction was, “Woop-di-do”! Well said. read more