It seems that practically everything social media related is controlled by leftists. That’s no longer debatable and there are a growing number of examples of naked bias against conservatives.
Little progress has been made to rectify this, as it appears the practice is growing and expanding into other areas on the internet.
Conservative commentator Anthony Brian Logan (ABL) discusses the recent example of bias against conservative fire-brand, Candace Owens, from a new player in the censorship game – GoFundMe.
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Normally, I write about politics. Politics is important. No doubt about it. It’s what drives the country, for better or worse. I’ll go with the latter.
And it’s what we write and read about on a daily basis. Some earn a good living doing it. But it’s not the be all, end all – or shouldn’t be. Family and friends are what should be most important and should trump everything – but God. When it comes down to it, it should be the care and love of our fellow man (and woman), not our political party.
But what happens when you discover that a friend or loved one has suffered abuse at the hands of a spouse or someone else he or she trusted?
My first instinct as a sheepdog is to see to it that the offender doesn’t see the light of the following day, but then I come to my senses. read more
Update: Let’s go folks! We need your help.
Last night I started a GoFundMe campaign for a dear friend of mine. With no exaggeration, my friend has already been through a life of woe for someone twice her age. Her adult life to date has played out like a bad soap opera. On top of everything she’s been through, she is on the verge of losing her home. A home that she vowed never to lose in the memory of her father who helped her purchase it. read more
09-06-17: John is back to work. Thank heavens is office made it through. He says keeping busy helps.Still reeling. He wanted to thank everyone for their generosity.
I want to make another plea to donate. We are close to the $1000 goal I set. I really want to get there for John.
09-05-17: Spoke with John today. Needing money, he told me he was able to sell both his pickup truck and his motorcycle for a combined total of $3800. That was all the salvage guy would give him. Let’s help John. Please donate.
What would you do for a friend in need? And not just one in need – but a friend who has lost everything?
I told John when I started this for him I would be shameless and persistent to try to help him. So I’m asking again. I know everyone reading this can afford to give at least $5. I don’t think that’s too much to ask. Please click on this link and donate.
Thank you for those who have stepped up so far. I’ve been in constant contact with John and he needs our help.
Please give what you can and tell your friends. Please Donate by clicking this link.
9/1/17: John just told me his home will not be habitable for at least 120 days. Here are just some of his possessions. A total loss!
My friend John Slaughter lives (or lived) in Kingwood Texas – northeast Houston. The area was devastated. From a distance (I live in New Hampshire),I promised him I would do what I can, so I’m asking for your help.
I’ve set up a GoFundMe page on his behalf:
I spoke with John on Tuesday. He said he was relatively dry but areas around his neighborhood were flooded. He was fine.
Wednesday afternoon I messaged John to ask how he was holding up. I was expecting him to say all was well – that the water was receding and he dodged a bullet. I did not expect what I heard.
His answer stunned me: “Not good,” John wrote. “Got evacuated by boat, lost everything. Trying to sort out a vehicle to drive and a place to live. Can’t get within two miles of my place.”
He also wrote: “Thank you very much for rescuing people” – that he’ll never forget the guy in the rescue boat from St Louis. “Thanks to all of you! HE had no idea what time it was or how long he’d been working…”
Please help – click on this link
Like me, he’s a single dad with a daughter and two dogs. All are fine – or as fine as one can be in these circumstances.My friend is homeless. They have nothing and can’t get in to try to salvege. I’m doing what I can, but I need help.
Things got a lot worse!Please donate what you can to help John pick up the pieces.All the money donated will be used by him to purchase whatever he and his family needs – which is pretty much everyything.
by: the Common Constitutionalist
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Did you hear? Valerie Plame-Wilson wants to purchase Twitter for the sole purpose of putting a stop to President Trump’s tweeting. She even set up a GoFundMe page for fellow leftists to help her in the purchase. Last I checked Valerie had raised almost $14,000 of the $1 billion she desires for the purchase.
Assuming she gets any where close to the billion, it’s still a tad shy of what those in-the-know think it’s is worth. Last September Forbes estimated Twitter to have a “market valuation of $15.7 billion.” That is considerably higher than today’s market cap of $12.33 billion, but still a far cry from her fundraising goal.
On the GoFundMe page, Plame-Wilson writes that, “Donald Trump has done a lot of horrible things on Twitter. From emboldening white supremacists to promoting violence against journalists, his tweets damage the country and put people in harm’s way. But threatening actual nuclear war with North Korea takes it to a dangerous new level.”
This was her response to Trump’s tweet from August 11th, where he warned, “Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path.” read more
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.
This 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
by: the Common Constitutionalist
While most others in his situation would give up and give in – become wards of the state – collect welfare, food stamps, etc., 56-year-old James Robertson simply refuses. He just has too much pride. He is making his way on $10.55 per hour working at an industrial plastic molding plant, making plastic components for the automotive industry.
Okay, that’s not particularly unique, but this is. Mr. Robertson walks 21 miles round-trip per day, five days a week, to get to that job. And this is not like walking that distance in Miami. This is Detroit, where the weather is brutal at times, and so are the neighborhoods. James has been mugged once but prefers not to discuss it.
He trudges over 100 miles every week in some of the worst winter conditions imaginable. Detroit Free Press, who discovered this remarkable man, reported that Robertson did once own a car, a 1988 Honda Accord, but it died 10 years ago.
So for the last 10 years, James Robertson has been walking to work. He works the 2 PM to 10 PM shift at the plant and says he loves his job and the people he works with. Unfortunately there is no bus service that can take him where he needs to go. read more