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Democrats want Trump not to nominate RBG's successor; cue the laughter

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Consider this mind experiment. It is September 2016. Democrats control the United States Senate, 54-44, with two independents who caucus with the Democrats. In the upcoming election, 24 Democratic seats are in play, versus 10 Republican seats. Therefore, the Democrats' continued control over the Senate is anything but a foregone conclusion. The ...Read more

Dems call Trump a mass-murdering racist; his poll numbers rise

From the Right / Larry Elder /

According to a recent Hill-HarrisX poll of registered voters, President Donald Trump's approval rating just hit its highest mark since June. This may or may not hold after back-to-back alleged "bombshells" about what Trump knew about COVID-19 and about Trump allegedly disparaging fallen soldiers as "losers."

But still, for Democrats, these new ...Read more

A tale of two white, bigoted team owners

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Assuming one can still call an owner of a professional basketball team an "owner," this piece is about two of them. Both owners are white and bigoted, but only one was white, bigoted and incredibly stupid.

The first was named Ted Stepien. In 1980, this advertising magnate purchased the abysmal NBA Cleveland Cavaliers. Stepien thought he ...Read more

Pro athletes use facts, stats and data for their jobs -- but ignore them when denouncing 'systemic police brutality'

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Reacting to the shooting of a Black man by a white Kenosha, Wisconsin, cop, a tearful Doc Rivers, the Black NBA Los Angeles Clippers Coach, held a postgame press conference.

Rivers said: "All you hear is Donald Trump and all of them talking about fear. We're the ones getting killed. We're the ones getting shot. We're the ones that were denied ...Read more

Kamala Harris: 'There is no vaccine against racism'

From the Right / Larry Elder /

A few years ago, a political cartoon depicted Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton looking wistfully into the night sky as they make a wish "for an end to racial strife and bigotry." In the next panel, both suddenly evaporate, indicating that the eradication of racism would leave these two "leaders" with nothing to do and that their race-hustling would...Read more

More random thoughts on the left's cluelessness

From the Right / Larry Elder /

True Santa Monica, California, story: I saw a white man wearing a Che Guevara T-shirt. I went up to him and said, "You know, Guevara was racist, called Blacks dumb and lazy." He said, "Really?!" I said, "Google it." As I walked away, it looked like he was Googling it -- either that or calling 911.

"This virus has impacted almost every country. ...Read more

Liberal and conservative agree: Fathers matter, case closed

From the Right / Larry Elder /

America has witnessed months of civil unrest in cities around America following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Many of the protesters decry income and net worth "inequality." But the most serious "inequality" is the unequal percentage of fathers in Black households, a phenomenon that has been encouraged by government policies that ...Read more

The double standard of Barack Obama and his race card

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Former President Barack Obama once again pulled out the race card for political gain, consequences be damned.

This time at the funeral of civil rights icon John Lewis, Obama compared President Donald Trump to not one but two racial segregationists, former Birmingham, Alabama, Commissioner of Public Safety Bull Connor and former Alabama Gov. ...Read more

Biden's lies for black (and white-privilege guilt) votes

From the Right / Larry Elder /

"Take a look at my record, man. ... I have a record that is second to none. The NAACP has endorsed me every time I've run." -- Joe Biden, May 22, 2020, on "The Breakfast Club," hosted by Charlamagne tha God.

No, the NAACP has not "endorsed" Joe Biden for any of his races, let alone all of them. Following Biden's claim, the NAACP stated: "We ...Read more

John Lewis helped win the civil rights war; why are we still fighting it?

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis, a top aide to Martin Luther King Jr., died last week. In 1965, Lewis suffered a fractured skull when he led 600 civil rights workers on a peaceful protest that turned violent as Lewis and the protesters were attacked by the police on the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma, Alabama.

Ten years earlier, Rosa Parks ...Read more

How far does this cancel culture purge go, and who's next?

From the Right / Larry Elder /

John Wayne's 1971 Playboy magazine interview has placed the legendary actor in the crosshairs of today's cancel culture social justice warriors. Activists demand that his name be removed from an Orange County, California, airport.

What did Wayne say 49 years ago? He said: "I believe in white supremacy until the Blacks are educated to a point of...Read more

Perspective and understanding are sadly lacking in those who seek to erase history

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Malcolm X, as a member of the Nation of Islam, preached anti-Semitism and called the white man "devil." After the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X dismissed the murder as a case of "the chickens coming home to roost."

In Spike Lee's biographical drama, "Malcolm X," a white teenage girl approaches the angry activist and says: "Excuse ...Read more

Random thoughts while not out 'protesting'....

From the Right / Larry Elder /

At a time in America when one's race has never been less important, the left has taught an entire generation of the most privileged Americans ever to view the world through race-tinted glasses.

There were 13 Baltimore high schools where, in 2017, 0% of students could do math at grade level, and another half-dozen high schools where only 1% were...Read more

 

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