Tag Archives for fascism

June 30, 2015

SJW lied in order to destroy scientist Tim Hunt and his wife’s lives? [Darleen Click]

TweetThis is my shocked face. According to [Connie] St Louis, who was in the crowd, their meal was ‘utterly ruined’ by the ‘sexist speaker’. She claimed that Sir Tim, having been asked to deliver a toast, embarked on a surreal … Continue reading

30. June 2015 by Darleen
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June 25, 2015

ObamaCare SCOTUScare: Rule of Law is dead, Long Live Rule of Philosopher Kings [Darleen Click]

TweetSCOTUS rules that no matter how a law is written, there will always be a judge to decide what is in our own best interest. Chief Justice John Roberts, who was the key vote in 2012, again voted with his … Continue reading

25. June 2015 by Darleen
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April 6, 2015

“I thought people just wanted to be left alone. I was wrong.” [Darleen Click]

Tweet Mea Culpa For years, I have argued that the state should remove itself from the business of sanctifying marriages. Contract law would cover the legalities of a relationship, and benefits would not accrue to citizens based upon whom they … Continue reading

06. April 2015 by Darleen
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March 22, 2015

The demand for College as Womb [Darleen Click]

TweetOh, save us from scary ideas! KATHERINE BYRON, a senior at Brown University and a member of its Sexual Assault Task Force, considers it her duty to make Brown a safe place for rape victims, free from anything that might … Continue reading

22. March 2015 by Darleen
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March 17, 2015

Can we now call this fascism? Al Gore: “Punish climate deniers” [Darleen Click]

TweetTHE SCIENCE IS SETTLED!! Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore proposes to “punish climate change deniers.” Gore also suggests that politicians who reject “accepted science” should also pay the price. Gore, an active environmental activist, spoke about the climate crisis … Continue reading

17. March 2015 by Darleen
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February 26, 2015

Feds take over the Internet [Darleen Click]

TweetIf you like your internet, you can keep your internet The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday adopted sweeping new regulations sought by President Obama for how Americans use and do business on the Internet, in a party-line vote that is … Continue reading

26. February 2015 by Darleen
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February 17, 2015

“Sue and Settle” Green fascism’s favorite Kabuki Theater tactic [Darleen Click]

TweetCollusion between Feds and misanthropic Environmentalists … Only weeks after EPA enacted its new stove rules, attorneys general of seven states sued the agency to crack down on wood-burning water heaters as well. The lawsuit was filed by Connecticut, Maryland, … Continue reading

17. February 2015 by Darleen
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February 8, 2015

“If you like your internet, you can keep your internet” [Darleen Click]

TweetOf course, you don’t get to see IWonPenPhone’s 322-page plan for government regulation seizure of the internet until after the FCC Commission vote … Here is President Obama's 332-page plan to regulate the Internet. I wish the public could see … Continue reading

08. February 2015 by Darleen
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January 10, 2015

Clash of Civilizations: “It is time for the West to change.” [Darleen Click]

Tweet Sharia is the whole package: On the Ben Shapiro Show Thursday, Imam Anjem Choudary said the President Obama is “inventing” his own version of Islam to forward his foreign policy agenda and that the “radical” form Choudary espouses simply … Continue reading

10. January 2015 by Darleen
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September 6, 2014

What happens when someone challenges The State and one of its Corporate bedpartners* [Darleen Click]

TweetExpect the bedpartner to destroy you When Dr. Walter Stroup showed that Texas’ standardized testing regime is ?awed, the testing company struck back. [Walter] Stroup, a bookishly handsome associate professor in the University of Texas College of Education, sat patiently … Continue reading

06. September 2014 by Darleen
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