Too often, society sees racism where it is non-existent.

A family owned business whose owners are immigrants from Puerto Rico were forced to closed down their ice cream store in Florida, because they were branded a racist, because some people (blacks and politically correct whites) could not tell the difference between a KKK outfit and an ice cream cone costume:

An ESPN senior writer was fired for using the common phrase “chink in the armor” to describe Jeremy Lin’s weakness. The senior editor did not even know it was racist until he was fired:

A seven-year old in the U.K. was kicked out of school and branded a “thought criminal” for asking a brown student if he was from Africa. More than 20,000 students at the age of 11 or younger have been kicked out of school and have been labeled a “thought criminal.” Some of them have been in trouble for saying the name “Gaylord”:

A Texas County Official believes the term “black hole” is racist towards black people even though it has been a common used term to describe place where nothing can escape:

Society has become way too sensitive and continue to see racism in places where it is non-existent. Maybe, society should do away with terms such as black, dark, chink, zipper, brown, yellow, etc because they offend everyone.


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Recently, the Asian American Journalist Association released guidelines on how you are supposed to cover Jeremy Lin, which includes what words you can not use, even if it is a figure of speech that is commonly used:

A recent column in USA Today argued that blacks must act to  keep black politicians in power due to the rise in the hispanic population:

In the NY Dailey News, there is an article that is about the Chinese being prejudice towards blacks. The increase in Chinese immigrants in this country can make racial tensions escalate even further:

President Obama launches YouTube videos to target members of a particular race to vote for him, such as this video that panders to black’s interests:

The blacks and Koreans are feuding in Dallas, Texas where the NAACP is demanding that the Koreans leave town:

The fact is that people of different races become suspicious of others who are not their race and each racial group has different needs, which is why politicians try to pander to each group instead of coming up with a platform that will benefit everyone equally. Because of these reasons, racial conflict ignites thus demonstrating racial diversity only leads to violence and hatred.



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The major problem with how history is taught today is that school teachers tend to embellish what really happened. Furthermore, they selectively choose who is the “good guy” and “bad guys” of history.

For example, the textbooks of these days inaccurately portray the founders, Andrew Jackson, conflict with Native Americans, Lincoln, slavery, MLK, etc.  They fail to acknowledge that the Native Americans committed atrocities just like the European Settlers (read “The Wild Frontier”). Andrew Jackson and the Native Americans is another subject the textbooks fail to provide another perspective on, Jackson actually adopted a Native American into his family and some, such as liberal historian Robert Remini, would argue that the Indian Removal Act was about accommodating the Natives to preserve their heritage and culture rather than losing it in assimilation. Trail Tears was actually carried out by Van Buren, and a lot of people do not know this.

Another example is with slavery is that treatment varied from owner to owner, meaning some were treated more harshly than others, and there were some places where slaves actually got paid for working on other slave owners land in which they could purchase their freedom. Also, slavery is a universal problem, and that you had blacks that owned black slaves in this country. The majority will admit slavery is morally wrong and should be illegal, but textbooks ignore certain facts and make it seem worse than what is was. The Civil War is portrayed as the war to end slavery but if you read Lincoln’s works he had no intention of ending it at first, and only pushed the Emancipation Proclamation for political reasons after Gettysburg to keep France and England from joining the Confederacy. Lincoln by the way was also sending blacks back to Africa through these colonization projects.

MLK was a documented plagiarist, but you do not read any criticisms of him in the textbook, sure he may have brought people together in the Civil Rights movement and pushed for equality, but his personal life and true character should be scrutinize just like how the founders are. I believe that MLK just like the founders and everyone else had his flaws.

Here is an example of MLK’s flaws:

“He made fun of Cardinal Cushing and said that he was drunk at it [the funeral],” Kennedy said.


Could you imagine anyone else showing up to a funeral drunk and making fun of the recent deceased’s religion?

MLK was a communist, womanizer, plagiarist, etc. Yet the media and school teachers portray him as being a saint and embellish who he really was when he was anything but. MLK like all historical figures was flawed.

JFK is another perfect example of how the media can cover up the truth about a president. He had a teen mistress who is was having a sexual affair with.


People need to question everything rather than just accept whatever the media tells them too.

History textbooks should address the different sides, and let students do their own research to formulate their own opinion, and there is nothing wrong with giving a more genuine look at significant historical events and people. You learn so much in history by reading outside the textbook and visiting actual historical sites.

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TSA are Obama’s Brown Shirts

The TSA targets and harasses attractive women at airports. This is just another reason why the TSA needs to be abolished. Not only do they target attractive women, they harass old women, and enjoy touching little children in inappropriate places. They are also expanding across the nation while the borders remain open. If security was such a major issue, then why not secure the nation’s borders? Isn’t this always the first place you want to start with? Everything is political with this administration.


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Why should Obama be reelected?

Here some interesting stats:

Under Obama, gas prices have increased by 83%:

His deficit spending is $17,000 per person:

Obama is proposing $800 million in aid for Arab Spring:

He continues to subsidize the Chevy Volt in which only the wealthy can afford it. This is a transfer of wealth from the working and middle class to the elites:

Where is all of this money coming from?

Shouldn’t he be trying to help the American people instead excessively spending taxpayer dollars on himself and foreign aid?

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Falsely Accuses Cop of Anti-Semitic Comments to get out of Speeding Ticket

“Court papers say the unidentified trooper pulled over Dear, an orthodox Jew,  for going 84 in a 55-mph zone while driving with his wife in 2007.”

“Six days after getting the ticket, Dear sent a letter to the traffic court  saying, “This ticket shall be dismissed immediately” since he wasn’t speeding  and “the officer called me a ‘Jew kike’ — and this prejudice obviously was the  cause for the ticket,” the papers say.”

This is just another example of one of the many racial and religious hoaxes from the recent empowered groups. The problem when you empower groups like this instead of stressing real equality is that they’ll use that trait that empowers them to their advantage. This brings about attention and attempts to get people to sympathize with them in order to give them a unnecessary advantage.


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The Legacy of Obama’s Presidency: Partying, Golfing, Shooting Some Hoops, Going on Vacations, and of course Campaigning

Recently, Obama golfed for the 30th time this year, compared to Bush Jr’s total of 23 times in his entire 8 years, the difference was that the media actually did their job and held Bush accountable for malingering on his job:

On his website, he sells a variety of merchandise like a celebrity at ridiculously high prices; some examples of goods is a Joe Biden Cup Cooler for $10, Obama Basketball Jersey, Obama golf balls, Obama dog bowls, etc. He appears to be all about the money and enriching himself rather than helping the people.

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