Of All People – Hillary Tries to Play the Race Card

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Yesterday I was critical of Donald Trump’s new and evidently “evolving” illegal immigration policy. Some Trump supporters didn’t take kindly to any criticism of their man. That’s too bad, because we constitutionalists were in favor of Trump’s original hard line on illegal aliens. It’s a shame he appears to be softening.

But in order to be fair and intellectually honest, we will also defend The Donald when the Dragon Queen, Hillary Clinton, throws false accusations his way.

Of all the things Hillary could accuse Trump of, she and her team have decided it is time to play the tried-and-true democrat race card. Historically this tactic has worked quite effectively against most, if not all Republicans – mainly because most Republicans are too spineless to fight back and tell the truth about the Democrat Party.

We can only conclude that most on the right still have not educated themselves on the roots of the Democrat party and instead accept the false narrative that Democrats are the champions of minorities. Of course, it is the exact opposite. The Democrat party has been the party of racism, segregation and eugenics, whereas it was the Republicans who fought for equal rights and the closing, or at least defunding of the black eugenics factory, Planned Parenthood.

Obama was obviously able to play the race card because he is… well… black. But for Hillary to attempt it is a laugh riot. Her and Bill, throughout their history in public life together, have befriended and lionized many known racists. read more

So Many Buildings – So Much Racial Division

by: the Common Constitutionalist

A few days ago I read an article by Eric Johnson of Reuters regarding a petition to change the name of a high school in Jacksonville Florida.


The school’s name is the Nathan Bedford Forrest High School, at least for a few more months. That’s been its name for 54 years, of which 42 were desegregated.


Nathan Bedford Forrest was a bad dude, or was he? He was Lieutenant General in the Confederate Army and the first grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.


Right there, one would conclude he was a pretty awful individual, but just like Pope Francis recently stated – that he knows many Marxists that are great guys – maybe Forrest was also a great guy? Obviously, I’m being facetious – demonstrating absurdity by being absurd. read more