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7 absurd examples of mainstream leftism
 
by David Limbaugh
 
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Gov. Jerry Brown blasted
for advocating 'overthrow' of U.S.
{wnd.com} ~ California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown has been vocal about his support for the Paris Climate Accord in which the U.S. was supposed to give billions of dollars to countries... that would not have to meet the same pollution limits as the U.S., says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. Brown was getting ready to “take on the role of America’s de facto climate ambassador,” the Huffington Post reported. He boasted, according to the report: “California, in terms of its economy, is the fifth largest in the world, with a gross domestic product of more than $2.4 trillion. We have Silicon Valley. We have a fabulous agricultural sector, movies, biotech and many different and diverse businesses and universities. That is a real nation-state.”... http://www.wnd.com/2017/06/gov-jerry-brown-blasted-for-advocating-o...
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US academic group overwhelmingly rejects BDS

 by Benjamin Weinthal
{jpost.com} ~ Academics from the elite Modern Language Association (MLA) voted by a significant margin on Wednesday to reject a boycott of Israeli universities... MLA members voted 1,954 to 885 to “refrain from endorsing the boycott” of Israeli academic institutions advocated by the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel. MLA has a total of 18,279 eligible voters and 1,828 votes were required to ratify the resolution, wrote Anna Chang on the MLA website blog. The resolution’s anti-BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) language stated: “Whereas endorsing the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel contradicts the MLA’s purpose to promote teaching and research on language and literature; Whereas the boycott’s prohibition of the evaluation of work of individual Israeli scholars conflicts with Resolution 2002-1, which condemns boycotts against scholars; and Whereas endorsing the boycott could curtail debates with representatives of Israeli universities, such as faculty members, department chairs, and deans, thereby blocking possible dialogue and general scholarly exchange; Be it resolved that the MLA refrain from endorsing the boycott.”... http://www.jpost.com/BDS-THREAT/US-academic-group-overwhelmingly-re...
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Mueller's Probe Expands
to Jared Kushner's Business Ties
by Todd Beamon
{newsmax.com} ~ Kushner, who is President Donald Trump's son-in-law, joins a list of several former associates whose financial dealings are being examined by FBI agents and federal prosecutors, according to the Post... "We do not know what this report refers to," Jamie Gorelick, Kushner's lawyer, told the Post. "It would be standard practice for the special counsel to examine financial records to look for anything related to Russia. "Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about Russia-related matters," Gorelick said. "He will do the same if he is contacted in connection with any other inquiry."...Mueller is sure overlooking liar-Hillary connection with Russia, that's a fact.  http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/washington-post-robert-mueller-prob...
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Iran Missile Boat and U.S.
Helicopter Exchange Laser-Flare Fire
by Kerry Lear
{punchingbagpost.com} ~ After an Iranian ship pointed a laser at a U.S. Marine helicopter, the flying vessel automatically fired off flares... Bill Urban, a spokesman for the US Navy's Fifth Fleet called Iran's aggressive actions "unsafe and unprofessional" in the incident, which happened as two U.S. Navy ships and a cargo ship got within 800 yards of the Iranian vessel while traveling in international waters in the Strait of Hormuz.  "The amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5), guided-missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) and dry cargo ship USNS Washington Chambers (T-AKE-11) were transiting the strait when the Iranian vessel paralleled the U.S. formation, shining a spotlight on Cole," said Urban. "Shortly thereafter, the Iranian vessel trained a laser on a CH-53E helicopter that accompanied the formation...http://punchingbagpost.com/iran-missile-boat-and-us-helicopter-exch...
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President Grant and Truman
Both Fired Special Prosecutors
by Daniel Greenfield
{frontpagemag.com} ~ "Firing Mueller would be an insult to the Founding Fathers."... The Founders had never heard of a special counsel, special prosecutor, independent counsel, or whatever else you might want to call it, and would have had little use for it. We're talking about an "ancient institution" that dates back to the Grant administration. And President Grant fired the first special prosecutor ever because he suspected him of trying to undermine his administration. Harry Truman fired another special prosecutor for overreaching his authority. It's been done before. And whatever objections there are, let's not pretend that a setup whose current nature, as Starr points out, dates back to the liar-Clinton administration, is some sort of hallowed Constitutional institution... http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/267017/president-grant-and-truman...
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7 absurd examples of mainstream leftism
 
by David Limbaugh

{wnd.com} ~ Just in case you think the political left has become more rational or less extreme, I refer you to the following examples demonstrating otherwise.

Some will say these are extreme cases, not representative of mainstream leftist (excuse the oxymoron) thought and practice, but we see such examples all the time – not to mention that this type of thinking is mainstreamed in the liberal media and academia. Others will dispute that these are examples of wrongheaded thinking, which will prove that I’m not overstating my case.

Item: In her high-school graduation speech in Pennsylvania, Moriah Bridges was prohibited from praying blessings on her class; she was barred from thanking her “Heavenly Father” and her “Lord.” The school’s principal, at the direction of the school district, said her prepared remarks would have been unconstitutional. Folks, the courts have stretched the federal and state establishment clauses to absurd lengths to say that almost any expression of Christianity at a government-supported entity is prohibited. How can anyone reasonably argue that to allow a student to voluntarily offer a public prayer constitutes government support of Christianity? Does anyone ever consider the First Amendment’s free exercise clause, which precedes the establishment clause? Both clauses are designed to promote, not suppress, religious liberty, yet this school district’s Christian-hostile action in fact suppressed Bridges’ religious liberty in the name of protecting that very freedom.

Item: Along the same lines, Bremerton High School football coach Joe Kennedy was fired for refusing to comply with the Washington state school’s order that he quit praying silently on the field because it was an impermissible public display of religion by a public school employee. Such prayer, according to the school, could be interpreted as the school district’s endorsement of religion. See what I mean? Kennedy is challenging this in court.

Item: Vero Beach High School student J.P. Krause was initially disqualified from winning his election as class president because he used tongue-in-cheek campaign slogans mirroring President Trump’s campaign rhetoric on the proposed border wall. Krause’s frivolous suggestion that they build a wall between their school and a rival school and make the other school pay for it was deemed insulting and harassment under the school district’s rules, according to the school’s principal. This is so self-evidently absurd as to obviate further comment. Only after public outcry did the Florida school’s superintendent reverse the principal’s decision.

Item: You know how same-sex marriage advocates tell us that they just want equal rights – that they just want everyone to live and let live? Transgender activist blogger Tiffany Berruti stated that if a person isn’t attracted to transgender people, he or she is “deeply transphobic.” So it is transphobic to ask or demand that a transgender person identify himself, herself or themselves as being transgender? There are just no words. If you think there are, then you may be making my case for me.

Item: Evergreen State College established a “Day of Absence” event, in which white community members were urged to leave campus for a day, as reported by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. Professor Bret Weinstein questioned the idea and was confronted by some 50 students, who demanded he resign, and some members of the Evergreen community mocked or maligned him. Weinstein held a class off campus because university police informed him it was not safe for him to be on campus. “They imagine that I am a racist and that I am teaching racism in the classroom,” said Weinstein. “And that has caused them to imagine that I have no right to speak and that I am harming students by the very act of teaching them.” Do people not understand that setting aside a day to discourage whites from campus promotes racism – encouraging people to see people stereotypically, as members of a race, rather than as individuals? And if some acts of racism did occur on this campus, isn’t it racist to punish an entire group (white people) based on the behavior of a few? This is stunningly absurd.

Item: A LendEDU poll of 1,659 U.S. college students shows that 36 percent of them think “safe spaces” are “absolutely necessary” on campus, while only 37 percent disagree. Safe spaces are places adults can go where no one will hurt their feelings. For example, female student government officers at Barnard College sponsored a safe space event offering hot chocolate and “feminist coloring pages” when Donald Trump was elected president. Again, I’ll not insult your intelligence by assuming you need me to comment on this lunacy.

Item: Liberals, from Congress to “The View,” cried that President Trump’s calling members of the Islamic State group “losers” was irresponsible and could lead to terrorist recruitment and further terrorist attacks. These people would prefer that we use gentle language to describe their heinous murders because we don’t want to offend and incite other people. You know, otherwise civil people could be so outraged that they might turn into murderous losers themselves. Who thinks like this? Well, a frightening number of people on the left, that’s who. And if you don’t believe that, then you’re simply not paying attention.

As you very well know, I could go on and on. But deniers would still say I’m generalizing. Others need hot chocolate and coloring pages. Still others would defend the examples. And that should speak for itself.

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