Militant and fascist.
Those two adjectives describe the modern Democratic Party.
By now you have heard of the battle in Houston between Annise Parker, the city’s first openly gay mayor, and local Christians.
Here’s a brief synopsis:
The City Council passed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) in May, and it prohibits discrimination based on a list of protected characteristics, including sexual orientation and gender identity.
Opponents of the legislation, concerned about transgender men and women using their restroom of choice, launched a petition drive to put the issue on the November ballot. With only 17,269 signatures needed and 50,000 collected, opponents of the ordinance were poised to succeed, but the city threw out the signatures, citing “irregularities” and “problems.”Read more
Dear Mr. President,
You took our bows, you took our arrows, you even took away our land- but please please don't take away our Redskins!
Would it be politically incorrect to tell you I'm white as a sheet in the winter, amber in the spring, red in the summer and though embarassing to admit, splotchy in the fall? I'm proud of my Cherokee heritage just as I'm proud of my Irish and Swiss heritage.
God made me to be me.Read more
Just when you think that raging feminist pestilence could not get any worse, FCKH8.com turns around and sinks to a new kind of stupid. Oh, yes. The new ridiculousness that is FCKH8 has brought children into the arena now. (You know the little human beings that “activists” want others to pay to abort.) FCKH8 and their feminist sidekicks thought it would be so clever to have children around the age of nine scream F-bombs, and other colorful language, at a camera over and over again in the name of taking women more seriously. (Because nothing says “I am woman, hear me roar” like a child screaming profanities at you for two and half minutes.)Read more
Colorado’s Democrat state legislator has pushed some of the most sweeping anti 2nd amendment laws in the nation.
The controversial 2013 measures prompted 55 of Colorado’s 62 elected sheriffs to file a federal law suit against their own state, citing the new gun control mandates unconstitutional. These laws are so unpopular, their passing led to the prompt ousting of two Democratic state senators.
It really shouldn't come as a surprise that Colorado Governor Hickenlooper, who just scored a grade of “F” by the libertarian CATO Institute on fiscal policies from a limited-government perspective, has been such a staunch opponent against our right to bear arms.
An interesting turn of events is happening in Colorado. Not only is Senatorial Candidate Cory Gardner beginning to hold a respectable lead in the polls, but the push-back against embattled Sen. Mark Udall’s one-issued, “War On Women” campaign is, in many ways, taking center-stage.
The Denver Post recently endorsed Udall’s Republican opponent, and summed it up perfectly,
“Rather than run on his record, Udall’s campaign has devoted a shocking amount of energy and money trying to convince voters that Gardner seeks to outlaw birth control despite the congressman’s call for the over-the-counter sales of contraceptives. Udall is trying to frighten voters rather than inspire them with a hopeful vision. His obnoxious one-issue campaign is an insult to those he seeks to convince.”
It looks like Udall’s fear mongering strategy is falling flat. More than that, it could be backfiring. Big time.Read more