‘Racism Is Bad,’ Says White Woman Who Oversees Systematic Annihilation Of Minorities


NEW YORK, NY—Stressing that it is unacceptable for anyone to remain silent in the face of injustice, Cecile Richards, the white woman who heads Planned Parenthood and oversees the systematic annihilation of minorities in America by specifically targeting their communities for abortion services, released a statement on social media condemning racism.

“The protests led by white supremacists in Charlottesville, VA, are an appalling and horrifying attack on on people of color and the Jewish community,” stated the Caucasian who has intentionally organized the placing of 79% of the abortion provider’s facilities within African American and Hispanic neighborhoods.

“It was an explicit display of the racism that still exists in our country,” she added, seriously.

At publishing time, Richards was seemingly unaware that she runs Planned Parenthood the same way a white supremacist seeking to obliterate minority populations would.

Via the Babylon Bee

FAKE NEWS: CNN Equates Christian Groups with Hate Groups

I’ve posted about this previously, but it’s worth saying again. 

There’s an attack on all things historical. Old is bad; new is good. 

That’s not to say that old is good by virtue of historical precedence. But it does not mean it’s necessarily bad. 

And there’s also the issue of chronological snobbery. 

But now the left is accusing historical Christianity of being a hate group because it holds to religious beliefs held for millennia. 

On Thursday morning CNN published an article titled: “Here are all the active hate groups where you live.” Identifying 917 “hate groups,” CNN plotted the organizations on a map and listed them by name. In the aftermath of the violent protests fueled by racist ideology in Charlottesville, compiling a list of hate groups is a laudable project, an important initiative that might educate and serve the public. However, a brief look at CNN’s list reveals a major problem: lumped together with legitimate hate groups such as the Klu Klux Klan are Christian public policy and religious liberty advocacy organizations, including one that won a 7-2 decision at the Supreme Court earlier this summer.

In fact, the “fake news” basis of the article is evident within Dakin Andone’s first two sentences. Andone writes, “917. That’s the number of hate groups operating in the US, according to data from the Southern Poverty Law Center.”

Thus, without reading further the glaring problem with CNN’s list is clear- its’ reliance on data from the widely discredited Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) which recklessly demonizes groups that disagree with their progressive and liberal policy positions. SPLC has a history of inflammatory rhetoric directed against conservative and religious organizations. In fact, even liberal commentators have noted SPLC’s longstanding bias toward conservatives. Alexander Cockburn (a liberal writer for The Nation) has described SPLC leaders as the “archsalesmen of hatemongering.”

They ask a question that has never been answered: 

Further, SPLC has been linked to the 2012 attempted mass murder at the Washington D.C. office of the Family Research Council (FRC). The assailant, Floyd Corkins II revealed to FBI authorities that he was motivated by the “Hate Map” prominently featured on SPLC’s website that listed Family Research Council as a “hate group.”

Shouldn’t SPLC itself be labeled a hate group? 

Via The Resurgent

Idaho has #1 Best State Economy!

The top-performing economy among U.S. states relies heavily on international trade.

And that’s Idaho! Via Bloomberg:

Idaho has fewer people than Houston, still grows the most potatoes, and outperforms all 49 other states with a 21st-century economy that shows that the U.S. does best when it puts the world first. 

It’s had the best combination over the 12 months that ended on March 31 of robust personal income, job growth, stock-market gains and home-price appreciation because its largest employers sell the bulk of their products overseas, count the world’s biggest multinational companies among their customers and suppliers, and make most of their money from the technology driving globalization.

Idaho eclipsed No. 2 Washington by almost four percentage points as its economic health improved 9.7 percent, according to the Bloomberg Economic Evaluation of the States, an index measuring employment, personal income, home prices, mortgage delinquency, tax revenue and the stock market.

10 Best and 10 Worst State Economies

Percentage change in Bloomberg economic health index, 4/1/16-3/31-16*

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Source: Bloomberg Economic Evaluation of the States

So, When Are We Going To Take Down The Statue Of Racist Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger?

>That’s what I was asking. Here’s a racist eugenicist. It seems like the more babies you murder, the more highly you are held in self-esteem. 

But why are proponents of the latter viewpoint only upset about certain statues and not others?

Why, for example, is the bust of racist Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger in the Smithsonian Museum not one of the statues progressives are freaking out about?

As a Washington Times article from earlier this year points out, Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood “on racism [and the] belief in protecting society against ‘the unfit.’”

“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population,” she wrote in one 1939 letter to a friend.

A look at the numbers proves that Sanger’s dream for Planned Parenthood has been realized; currently, Planned Parenthood kills more black people than all other causes of death combined.

Think about that for a moment.

The founder of Planned Parenthood was racist in her ambitions. Her organization today continues to exterminate black babies at alarming rates.

Fighting Nazis doesn’t make ‘antifa’ the good guys

Jonah Goldberg at his best. Via the NY Post

Fighting Nazis is a good thing, but fighting Nazis doesn’t necessarily make you or your cause good. By my lights this is simply an obvious fact.

The greatest Nazi-killer of the 20th century was Josef Stalin. He also killed millions of his own people and terrorized, oppressed, enslaved or brutalized tens of millions more.

Nazism was evil. Soviet Communism was evil. It’s fine to believe that Nazism was more evil than Communism. That doesn’t make Communism good.

The Communists killed five times as many people as the Nazis did. 

Yet confusion on this point poisoned politics in America and abroad for generations.

Part of the problem is psychological. There’s a natural tendency to think that when people, or movements, hate each other, it must be because they’re opposites. This assumption overlooks the fact that many — indeed, most — of the great conflicts and hatreds in human history are derived from what Sigmund Freud called the “narcissism of minor differences.”

This history is relevant today because of the depressingly idiotic argument about whether it’s OK to equate “antifa” — left-wing radicals — with the neo-Nazi and white supremacist rabble that recently descended on Charlottesville, Va. The president claims there were “very fine people” on both sides of the protest and that the “anti-fascist” radicals are equally blameworthy. He borrowed from Fox News’ Sean Hannity the bogus term “alt-left” to describe the antifa radicals.

The term is bogus because, unlike the alt-right, nobody calls themselves “the alt-left.” That’s too bad. One of the only nice things about the alt-right is that its leaders are honest about the fact that they want nothing to do with traditional American conservatism. Like the original Nazis, they seek to replace the traditional right with their racial hogwash.

The antifa crowd has a very similar agenda with regard to American liberalism. These goons and thugs oppose free speech, celebrate violence, despise dissent and have little use for anything else in the American political tradition. But many liberals, particularly in the media, are victims of the same kind of confusion that vexed so much of American liberalism in the 20th century. Because antifa suddenly has the (alt-)right enemies, they must be the good guys.

They’re not. And that’s why this debate is so toxically stupid. Fine, antifa isn’t as bad as the KKK. Who cares? Since when is being less bad than the Klan a major moral accomplishment?

In these tribal times, the impulse to support anyone who shares your enemies is powerful. But it’s a morally stunted reflex. This is America. You’re free to denounce totalitarians wherever you find them — even if they might hate the right people.