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What Chuck Schumer said about Donald Trump when he thought nobody’s listening



Sen. Chuck Schumer was caught off-mic expressing his real feelings about fellow New Yorker, Republican President Donald Trump.

(H/T Sean Langille, Washington Examiner)

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was caught on a hot mic Thursday saying, “He likes us. He likes me anyway,” about President Trump.

“Here’s what I told him: ‘Mr. President, you are much better off sometimes stepping right and sometimes step left. You have to step just in one direction, you’re boxed,'” he said.

“He gets that. We are always going to work it out and it will make us more productive too,” Schumer added.

It’s no surprise that Schumer would get along with Trump. It’s also no surprise that the Trump family and the Clinton family have been very close for decades–Trump even donated to Hillary’s Senate campaign. Also, Democrats might finally be figuring out what Republicans have failed in many cases to grasp. Donald Trump likes it when people like him.

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Video: The Racist roots of Liberty control – Who doesn’t like certain people getting rights?




In honour of #NationalWalkoutDay let’s look at those who really don’t like certain people getting rights – specifically the common sense human right of self-preservation.

This is NationalWalkoutDay [Who would have thought that kids would want to skip school?] With one of the most important human rights in the spotlight, it would be a good idea to examine the reasons why this has been suppressed in the past. To begin, consider Hillary Clinton’s statement smearing most of the country:

So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward, and his whole campaign, Make America Great Again, was looking backwards. “You don’t like black people getting rights, you don’t like women getting jobs, you don’t want to see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are, whatever your problem is, I’m going to solve it.”

So who really is opposed to the certain people getting their common sense human rights? The following video from Colion Noir details that Liberty (gun) control has it’s roots in racism:

Gun Control’s Racist History

Interestingly enough, the same people who claim to care about ‘the children’ but whole heartily support Planned Parenthood are the same folks who want to deprive the people of their basic human rights. Who would have thought that was the case?


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Video: We are fighting the Left, not Liberals – Dennis Prager.




Liberals have been brainwashed into thinking the right is the enemy when the real enemy of Liberalism is the Left.

Turning Point USA, Published on Jan 24, 2018

Dennis Prager of PragerU and other endeavours gave a superb speech at Turning Point USA’s Annual Student Action Summit. The whole 57 minute video is well worth watching because he discusses some very important topics, but here are some of the most important points he raised in the first few minutes of the speech:

  • We are fighting the Left, not Liberals.

This [point] will help you immensely in making converts or at least making people aware of what you’re fighting.

Liberals have been brainwashed into thinking the right is the enemy when the real enemy of Liberalism is the Left.

  • Every American coin has what American stands for Liberty and in God we Trust, E pluribus unum.  All three repulse the Left.
  • We are in a non-violent civil war.
  • The Left wishes to undo the American Revolution.

The left has never been interested in Liberty except for abortion, they have no desire for individual freedom.

There were two revolutions at the end of the 18th Century, The American and the French.
They had very little in common. And the biggest difference between them was, one affirmed equality and one did not.

  • The American revolution was for Liberty. The French revolution was for equality.

You cannot have Liberty and equality as equal values. The moment there is Liberty, there is inequality.
We believe in two equalities, one that we are all God’s Children, we all created in God’s image and therefore we are all equal. And that we are all equal before the Law.

The points he raised were also articulated in a column of his several years ago entitled: It’s a Civil War: What We Do Now

In this unprecedented crisis of values, this is what needs to be done:

1. Know and teach America’s core values.

In a nutshell, they are what I call the American Trinity: “In God we trust,” “Liberty” and “E Pluribus Unum.” The left has successfully made war on all three — substituting secularism for God and religion in as much of American life as possible; substituting equality (of result) for liberty; and multiculturalism is the opposite of “E Pluribus Unum.”

2. Recognise that we are fighting the left, not liberals.

Conservatives and centrists are no longer fighting liberals. We are fighting the left.

Liberalism believed in American exceptionalism; the left not only does not believe in it, the left opposes it.

Liberalism believed in creating wealth; the left is interested in redistributing it.

Liberalism believed in a strong defense. The left believes in cutting defense and a strong United Nations.

7. Acknowledge that we are in a non-violent civil war.

I write the words “civil war” with an ache in my heart. But we are in one.

Thank God this civil war is non-violent. But the fact is that the left and the rest of the country share almost no values. The American value system and the leftist value system are irreconcilable. If the left wins, America’s values lose. If American values prevail, the left loses.





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Steven Crowder: Male privilege is a myth



The man, the meme, the legend, Steven Crowder went to TCU to have Real Conversations. This one challenged the concept of male privilege. This isn’t the most productive topic to talk about, evidently, but nonetheless Crowder shows an interesting conversation. As soon as his subject uttered the words “yoga” it became clear that he was talking to a beta male. The guy brought up a story about how his friend was “raped”. Crowder, without disproving the rape claim still demonstrated that rape culture on college campuses is mythical. The conversation wasn’t focused as much on inequality as one might have hoped for, but physical privilege and rape culture were well discussed.

What I find disappointing is that a university with Christian in the name, Texas Christian University, participates in gender studies, but to correct what the guy said, TCU is a large school. But I digress. Overall, I thought Steven Crowder did well despite having less interesting discussions and in this instance with a hostile guest. Multiple instances, he actively tried to find common ground. As for his guest, I don’t think he did a good job at presenting a strong argument. The Socratic method exposed it before he could articulate a valid point. I can’t blame Crowder for becoming rather dismissive towards him by the end.

This video went by quickly for me. While it wasn’t the most enlightening conversation, it was entertaining. Worth a watch.

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