***"Better rapists and racists." Really?
A Facebook page for the radical left in Germany had a message for young women: “diversity is more important than your security.”
Rote Antifa posted a picture of young feminist on Thursday, holding a sign that stated she preferred rapists from Syria and North Africa over nationalists in Germany who have demanded Chancellor Angela Merkel stop taking in more refugees.
“Prefer sexually active fugitive as German racists,” was featured as the pictures caption.
Good heavens. Now THAT, my friends, is just raw stupid.
***Ever hear of solygamy? That's the practice of marrying yourself. The world has gone nuts.
***There are rays of light here and there...Texas Supreme Court rules cheerleaders can display Bible verses on banners.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of high school cheerleaders who claimed that their free speech was being violated by their school district when it told them they couldn’t display banners with Bible verses at football games.
The justices determined their ruling was still necessary even though the Kountze school district later allowed the banners. The court said the decision will protect the future display of religious-themed signs because the district has argued it retains the right to restrict them. The banners featured some Biblical verses such as, “I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me."
How can that offend anyone? If you don't believe it, fine. Why do you feel the need to prevent others from expressing their faith?
***GOP debate 2nd highest rated show in Fox News history. I can't help but chuckle at this. The Trumpeteers were all predicting nobody would watch and Fox News would take a huge hit. Nope. Guess The Donald isn't "all that" to as many people as they'd like.
***“The Seven Social Sins are:
Wealth without work.
Pleasure without conscience.
Knowledge without character.
Commerce without morality.
Science without humanity.
Worship without sacrifice.
Politics without principle.
From a sermon given by Frederick Lewis Donaldson in Westminster Abbey, London, on March 20, 1925.”
― Frederick Lewis Donaldson