09/16/18

The Kavanaugh Fiasco and the Current Crisis

By: Cliff Kincaid

Conservatives who backed Judge Brett Kavanaugh without examining his record are looking like complete fools. Before the sexual assault charges surfaced, he was already on record saying the atrocious Supreme Court decisions on abortion-on-demand and “gay marriage” were “settled law.” Now, his character is under assault as questions surface about the party atmosphere and secular nature of his Jesuit-run Catholic high school. Catholic “education” has become another crisis.

Republican presidents can make big mistakes, and Kavanaugh has clearly been another one.  Remember that President Ronald Reagan made a mistake when he nominated another liberal Catholic, Anthony Kennedy, to the Supreme Court. “Judge Kennedy represents the best tradition of America’s judiciary,” Reagan had said at the time. In fact, Kennedy turned out to be a liberal activist judge on “gay marriage” and even abortion, leading to culture wars which accelerated under former President Barack Hussein Obama into a push for “transgender” rights.

At the White House ceremony where his nomination was announced, Kavanaugh praised his liberal mentor Anthony Kennedy for “securing liberty,” a bizarre claim for a judge who has been sold as a constitutional conservative. It’s the kind of statement that leads one to conclude that Kavanaugh would find “transgender rights” in the Constitution as well and that Obama’s “Permanent Revolution” will continue.

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09/16/18

Twelve Questions for Fauxcahontas and Her Progressive Tribe – Part III (Conclusion)

By: Thomas Wigand | New Zeal

PART I HERE

PART II HERE

Norman Rockwell’s “Spirit of America.” Indeed. Our founding principles – NOT Progressivism – truly express the “diversity and inclusion” ideal to which we should aspire.

PART III – Conclusion: What It All Means; There is a Better Way

By following current “Diversity & Inclusion” (D&I) trends to their logical conclusion, the series of questions in Part II illustrated the inherent contradictions and irreconcilable fallacies of the D&I agenda – it becomes inarguable but that D&I cannot achieve its stated purposes (which go something along the lines of “an inclusive, multicultural world of acceptance in which differences are valued, and we reap the benefits of ‘diversity is our strength’”).

Do not think for a minute that the Progressive leadership is not fully aware of this; nor that it is bothered by it.

For while the diversity uber alles agenda being imposed and enforced by Progressivism cannot achieve its purported goals (thought they’ll never publicly admit that), it can very much achieve the actual goals – and eventually will, if we don’t stop them.

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09/16/18

Twelve Questions for Fauxcahontas and Her Progressive Tribe – Part II of III

By: Thomas Wigand | New Zeal

PART I HERE

OK FAUXCAHONTAS, WE’VE GOT YOU NOW. IT’S DIVERSITY POW-WOW TIME SO COUGH-UP SOME ANSWERS!

PART II – THE TWELVE QUESTIONS

Dear Fauxcahontas:

As a (presumptive) member of the Diversity Leadership of the Diversity Deep State, you and your Progressive tribe of supporters have been imposing “fundamental transformation” on our country in the form of so-called “Diversity & Inclusion” (D&I).  This agenda is already pervasive in government and private workplaces across the land, and is spreading at a rapid rate.  Given that, there are several questions to which we deserve answers.

You and your fellow Progressives are bending social morays, and harnessing legal force, to manufacture your vision of a “diverse society” – and it is clear that conscientious objectors will not be tolerated.

For example, the environment of increasingly “politically correct”  – and suppressive – college campuses and workplaces; or the jihad against those who have faith-based objections, press-ganging them into celebrating homosexual civil marriages, lest they forfeit their livelihoods by adhering to their faith).

Since it is evident that you intend to compel us to comply with whatever D&I holds in store, we have a need to know what is what with this D&I agenda – what it is; what it will be (what does your intended ultimate outcome look like?); and going forward, how do you intend for it to be implemented, administered and enforced.  And by whom, and by when?

As you progenitors of D&I hail from elite sections of society, and have been planning our collective future, no doubt you’ve already considered all of the questions to follow, and so should have the answers readily at hand.

It’s time for a diversity pow-wow, Fauxcahontas.  Shall we begin?

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