Category Archives: The Culture

Republicans: Party of the Working Class

“Democrats are now the party of the rich! Not all kinds of rich people, of course. Mostly so-called ‘creative class’ types in the coastal regions, in tech, finance, and entertainment. People who make things out of raw materials—not so much.”

Because those people have turned Republican. They’re why Trump won and may go on winning this year and in 2020. And may be joined by Trump-backed Tea Party types as the establishment GOP is defeated. Because the working class get out and vote, while the coastal “rich” often can’t be bothered.

Via Power Line Blog

The #WalkAway Movement

“In 2016, the Democrat media complex ignored the massive grassroots movement that came out in support for Trump, dismissing his massive rallies and popularity online as somehow insignificant. Now they are dismissing the #WalkAway campaign as a propaganda movement. Once again, something genuine and significant is happening across the nation, and it’s getting ignored or ridiculed by media elites. It doesn’t matter. Like a snowball rolling downhill, the movement is getting bigger and bigger with each day and there’s nothing an elite can do to stop it.”

Only independent journalists (and their editors) are capable of discerning new things. The Mediacrats are anything but independent.

Via PJMedia

Schumer needs help

Democrat Sen. Charles Schumer, the minority leader of the U.S. Senate has gone over the falls into the deep end of the maniac pool.

“President Trump should not meet with President Putin alone,” Schumer ominously tweeted.

Sure, Chuckles. Now get yourself some mental health help, please, before you hurt yourself or someone else.

Via FoxNews

Sugar & starch

Sugar and starch, both of which our grandmothers warned us not to eat too much of if we didn’t want to get fat. And now we encounter sugar in almost everything we eat and often starch as well. So much for the obesity epidemic.

So watch those hot dogs (sugar) and buns (starch & sugar) today!

Happy 4th!

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Rule 5: Plus-sized model

Taking children seriously. Not.

“Why should anyone take today’s children seriously? They eat laundry detergent, understand nothing about the constitution, are ignorant, and are so weak minded they need safe spaces to escape from words they don’t agree with. These kids want to take away our [gun] rights only because their elders told them to do so. They are Red Guards without the dress sense of chairman Mao.” —commenter BattleofThePyramids at Instapundit.

The Baby Bust

The WSJ’s Best of The Web argues for more legal immigration based on an historically-low birth rate for American women:

“American women are having children at the lowest rate on record, with the number of babies born in the U.S. last year dropping to a 30-year low, federal figures [show]…

“The general fertility rate for women age 15 to 44 was 60.2 births per 1,000 women—the lowest rate since the government began tracking it more than a century ago…”

With European women likewise giving birth at historically low rates, the West’s declining (and simultaneously aging) population should be grounds for statistical worries, yes, but more immigration? When unemployment among blacks and legal Hispanics is at an all-time low? Maybe not.

Via WSJ