There’s a trap in saying all _________________ (fill in the blank with race or sex) are the same. Individual variation is important, but so is central tendency.
There’s a trap in saying all _________________ (fill in the blank with race or sex) are the same. Individual variation is important, but so is central tendency.
A busybody social justice warrior was offended by the sign above and has set in motion a movement to cause Living Way Ministeries to lose their tax exempt status.
President Trump has vowed to get the IRS off the backs of churches.
Excerpt from Snopes
In a local news report on 4 December 2017, the church admitted that their billboard displayed a pro-Moore message, but did not say who was responsible. Instead, an unidentified woman said “several people” had keys allowing them to change the billboard. But the church’s pastor, she said, asked for the message to be taken down two days after it was first displayed.
The reader, though, challenged the church’s account, saying that the billboard “was changed twice within hours of my photo surfacing.” Regarding the attention the photo had garnered online, they said:
I was very surprised by how quickly and far it spread. At times, nervous because some of [Moore’s] supporters can be extremists. However, glad to bring to light an issue here in Alabama and unfortunately [to] how many of our citizens view politicians.
The Internal Revenue Service web site states:
Currently, [federal] law prohibits political campaign activity by charities and churches by defining a 501(c)(3) organization as one “which does not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distributing of statements), any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office.”
An FFRF spokesperson told us on 5 December 2017 that the organization contacted the Internal Revenue Service regarding the display at Living Way Ministries.
Trump vowed to “totally destroy” the prohibition during the National Prayer Breakfast in February 2017. The House version of the Republican-led Tax Cuts and Jobs Act contains a provision repealing the law, commonly known as the Johnson Amendment. However, that provision does not appear in the Senate version of the bill, which was passed on 2 December 2017.
Senate candidate Doug Jones is a gun grabber.
Democrat Doug Jones was asked in an interview if he could reassure voters that he did not want to take their guns but spoke to other topics without ever answering the question.
Politico was contrasting the difference in Republican Roy Moore voters versus Jones voters, and how one of the dividing issues is the Second Amendment.
In addressing the difficulty of overcoming Moore’s appeal to pro-gun voters, Politico asked, “How can you reassure [Moore] supporters that you are not out to take away their religious freedom or their guns, their culture?”
Jones responded by seizing on the word “culture,” saying, “When you talk about their Christian beliefs and stuff, that’s one thing, but when you talk about their culture, I’m not sure what you mean by that. If culture means that you have to put down people, if your culture means that you would discriminate against somebody, that you would not treat anybody in the same way that Christ would do, then I’m not going to protect that.”
He continued to elaborate about culture but never said a word about guns.
The things Jones has said about guns are not encouraging for gun owners. For one thing, he supports expanding background checks to gun shows. The Washington Post reported Jones saying that expanding background checks to gun shows “would be helpful.”
Jones’ support of gun control is understandable when you grasp his overarching belief that the Second Amendment has “limitations.” The Alabama Political Reporter quoted Jones saying, “We’ve got limitations on all constitutional amendments in one form or another.” Such a position opens the door to government regulation of every right in the Bill of Rights, including the Second Amendment.
Doug Jones doesn’t share Alabama’s values and will vote accordingly if he reaches the Senate. Roy Moore will help President Trump begin to drain the swamp, poke at the eyes of the Republitard establishment, and vote to support Alabama values.
Roy Moore is no pedophile no matter what the liberal Washington and New York papers say. I believe Alabamans are too smart to be fooled by the liberals who mock Alabamans and their values.
Prove me right, Alabama.
A man is suing NFL star Fletcher Cox (appropriate last name) for having sex with his wife, wanting a baby with her, and ultimately destroying his marriage.
He’s only asking for a measly $25,000, which is chump change to big NFL Nogs.
Judging from the texting that the wife did with the ape, I think there’s a high probability that she’s white. Her responses are too literate to be otherwise. Read them below and see what you think.
Pretty much everything that could go right has gone right for the Philadelphia Eagles on the field this season as they sit at 9-1 with high hopes of a deep playoff run and being in the Super Bowl in February.
Off the field, however, has produced a situation that Fletcher Cox wish he could take back, because it might end up costing him big time in his wallet.
The Eagles defensive tackle is being sued by a guy in North Carolina who claims he has a solid proof that he banged his wife behind his back and attempted to get her pregnant.
TMZ has the details:
“Josh claims he’s got hardcore proof that the 6’4″, 310 pound defensive tackle seduced and banged his wife behind his back while she was on a work trip to Pennsylvania back in April.
Jeffords claims Cox continued the relationship via text messages — which Josh now has — and he says it’s smoking gun proof that Cox is liable for “alienation of affection” … which you can sue for in N.C.
According to North Carolina state law, to win an A.O.A. case, one must prove 3 things …
1) You and and your spouse had a genuine love and affection
2) The love and affection was alienated and destroyed
3) Malicious acts of a 3rd party produced the alienation of affection. Malicious is presumed if there’s proof of sexual intercourse.
In his lawsuit, filed on Nov. 22, Jeffords claims Cox sent her a photo of his penis on Snapchat and followed up with text messages telling her he wanted to knock her up.
He provided copies of the alleged texts that read, “I want to get you pregnant” and “I’m dead ass serious.” Another text says, “You ain’t gone be no damn single mom.”
Jeffords says his marriage has completely crumbled — his wife has blocked him on Instagram — and he blames Fletcher for everything.
He’s suing Fletcher for more than $25,000.”
Here are just a few texts from Cox and his wife:
If the wife believes the lies of a muh dikking Nog, then she’s going to discover the joys of single motherhood, mudshark sunglasses, and a host of other issues associated with women like Nicole Brown Simpson.
I couldn’t find photos of the cucked husband nor the wife, but if they become available, I’ll update this story. Even if she’s nonwhite, the NFL has another “issue” to deal with, which is good in what has become the season of sec scandals.
John Conyers was the biggest name held up for public scrutiny over sex accusations on Tuesday, although I believe there were other new names. There are now two women who have leveled accusations against him.
The feeding frenzy thus continues.
While listening to the radio on Tuesday I heard Rush Limbaugh poo-poo the theory that women are rushing to accuse men because of their hatred of President Trump. I think the theory goes that if enough women step forward to accuse rich and powerful men of sexual crimes and near crimes, then women who have something on Trump will step forward and destroy his presidency via the impeachment route.
You do have to wonder if the present mania isn’t setting up the public to accept the destruction of Trump, if a credible female accuser appears.
If an ethics investigation forces Rep. Conyers of Michigan out of the House, it would be no great loss. However, his replacement would undoubtedly be another Negro, perhaps one much less intelligent and more militant than Conyers.
Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., was accused of sexual misconduct by a second woman earlier this year, as he faces a new ethics investigation after denying a separate report that alleges he sexually harassed a female aide, leading to a reported five-figure payout funded by taxpayers.
“The committee is aware of public allegations that Representative John Conyers, Jr. may have engaged in sexual harassment of members of his staff, discriminated against certain staff on the basis of age, and used official resources for impermissible personal purposes,” Reps. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., and Ted Deutch, D-Fla., the chair and ranking member of the House Ethics Committee, announced today. “The committee … has begun an investigation and will gather additional information regarding these allegations.” Conyers is already under investigation by the ethics committee for a separate matter pertaining to his former chief of staff.
Conyers, the longest-serving current member in the House of Representatives, said in a statement that he “expressly and vehemently” denies the allegations, which were first reported by Buzzfeed.
On Monday, BuzzFeed published a report that said Conyers’ office paid a female aide more than $27,000 as part of a confidentiality agreement to settle a complaint.
In his statement, Conyers, 88, said that his office “resolved the allegations,” though with an “express denial of liability, in order to save all involved from the rigors of protracted litigation.”
“The resolution was not for millions of dollars, but rather for an amount that equated to a reasonable severance payment,” Conyers said.
A second woman accused Conyers of sexual misconduct, outlined in court documents whose details were first published Tuesday by BuzzFeed.
Conyers’ longtime scheduler filed a complaint in federal court earlier this year alleging “sexual advances in the form of inappropriate comments and touches” that were so frequent “that they created a hostile work environment.” She says in the filings, which were obtained by ABC News, that she’s known Conyers since 2006 and began working as a scheduler in 2015. The woman alleges the repeated harassment led her to suffer “insomnia, anxiety, depression and chest pains.” She eventually requested sick leave in 2016, but when she wouldn’t provide medical documents explaining the reason for her sick leave, her position was terminated. The woman says in the filings she didn’t want to provide the documents because of an “atmosphere of mistrust.”
In the filings, the woman asked the court to keep the complaint under seal to protect her privacy. The judge rejected that request, and then the woman dropped the case.
Asked for comment on the scheduler’s complaint, Conyers’ spokesperson told ABC News: “[The former staffer] voluntarily decided to drop her case.”
Prior to the ethics committee’s announcement, several Democrats demanded an investigation, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. — two of Conyers’ colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee — as well as Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif.
“As members of Congress, we each have a responsibility to uphold the integrity of the House of Representatives and to ensure a climate of dignity and respect, with zero tolerance for harassment, discrimination, bullying or abuse,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said. “As I have said before, any credible allegation of sexual harassment must be investigated by the ethics committee.”
My commentary follows this story which went viral on Friday.
Ohio voters are in shock after a top judge boasted of having been “sexually intimate” with “approximately 50 very attractive females”.
State Supreme Court Judge Bill O’Neill, who is a Democratic candidate for state governor, made the claim on Facebook on Friday afternoon.
In a follow-up interview he defended his post and a senator who was pictured apparently groping a sleeping woman.
Ohio Democrats condemned Judge O’Neill’s comments.
His post began: “Now that the dogs of war are calling for the head of Senator Al Franken I believe it is time to speak up on behalf of all heterosexual males.”
Judge O’Neill noted that as a candidate for governor, his admission would “save my opponents some research time”.
“In the last fifty years I was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females,” wrote the Chagrin Falls, Ohio, native.
The 70-year-old Democrat went on to describe two of the women and his alleged encounters with them.
“It ranged from a gorgeous personal secretary to Senator Bob Taft (Senior) who was my first true love and we made passionate love in the hayloft of her parents barn.”
He later edited the post to clarify it was the secretary – not Senator Taft – with whom he purportedly had sexual relations.
In an interview with Cleveland.com after the post was published, Judge O’Neill confirmed he had written it.
He told the publication the number “50” could be incorrect since he “doesn’t keep count”.
Judge O’Neill also said he did not think it improper for a Supreme Court justice to divulge particulars of his sex life.
According to Ohio media, Judge O’Neill must retire from the bench when his current term ends in 2019 due to age restrictions.
He is the only Democrat not just on the state Supreme Court, but to hold state-wide office in Ohio.
The over-sharing jurist launched his campaign for governor in late October on a platform of expanding mental care access, tax incentives for solar power, and legalising cannabis – the last of which he mentioned in his Facebook tell-all.
The post provoked an avalanche of responses on social media ranging from baffled to admiring to derisive.
One woman wrote: “YOU ARE TRASH.”
A man posted: “You earned my vote.”
Many pointed out the judge’s encounters appeared to be consensual in contrast to Senator Al Franken, who along with Senate hopeful Roy Moore, is accused of non-consensual sexual contact.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor condemned her colleague in a statement.
“No words can convey my shock,” she said.
“This gross disrespect for women shakes the public’s confidence in the integrity of the judiciary.”
Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Seelbach wrote to Judge O’Neill on Twitter: “Not only have you lost any glimpse of support from me, (you’ve) also lost my respect.”
Mary Taylor, Republican lieutenant governor of Ohio, posted on Twitter: “There’s a very serious conversation going on right now in this country about sexual harassment and @BillForOhio’s crass post is ill-timed and dismissive at best.”
“We have to be better than this,” she added.
But Judge O’Neill doubled down on his comments in a subsequent Facebook post.
“Lighten up folks,” he scolded his critics.
“This is how Democrats remain in the minority.”
I’m going to try to thread the needle with my thoughts.
1. I defend the right of every single man to have sexual relationships with single women who consent to such relationships.
2. I defend the right of every single woman to reject any and all single men. In fact, I encourage her to remain chaste until marriage.
As my traditional, Catholic brown Mexican girlfriend (I wasn’t always a race realist) said to me, before she would canoodle with any male, she wanted a ring, as in wedding ring.
We would certainly benefit from a toned down, too highly sexed culture. Adolf Hitler understood the importance of family formation and high morals. We should emulate him in that regard.
3. The reaction to the judge’s story is both frightening and hilarious. He’s a virile man who has averaged one sexual partner a year and somehow he’s been painted as an evil oppressor of women.
That’s the new hypocritical puritanism for you, as practiced by liberals who created the highly sexualized society we now live in.
These same liberals weren’t at all “shocked” by predator Bill Clinton, but they are shocked that single men and women engage in consensual sex.
I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
4. At the university the lesbian professors were the real predators, preaching “How do you know you’re not attracted to women unless you’ve experienced a woman’s love,” or words to that effect.
Furthermore, male professors and politicians are like rock stars in having their groupies.
No one can tell me that these groupies are oppressed victims.
Rose McGowan is to be admired for finally exposing pervert Harvey Weinstein.
However, her hints that her drug warrant is payback for her role in bringing to light the monster’s bad behavior is probably not correct.
The police charge people for illegal drug offenses every day. Unless she’s claiming that she was framed, which she’s not, then she has no beef with law enforcement.
An arrest warrant for felony possession of a controlled substance has been issued for actress Rose McGowan, who is one of dozens of women who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.
The felony charge stems from a police investigation of personal belongings left behind on a United flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport on January 20.
Police say the items tested positive for narcotics, but they did not reveal what type of drugs they were. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department obtained the warrant on February 1.
Police say they’ve attempted to contact McGowan so she can appear in a Loudoun County, Virginia, court.
The warrant has been entered into a national law enforcement database.
McGowan had not released a statement regarding the warrant as of Monday night.
But she simply tweeted ‘FACT’ early Tuesday morning in a retweet suggesting that if she had ‘taken the million dollars in hush money’ from Weinstein, the warrant would not have been issued and not been a news story.
McGowan retweeted Ashlee Marie Preston who wrote: ‘If @rosemcgowan would have taken that million dollars in hush money I’m quite sure this wouldn’t even be a headline…’
She was alluding to a New York Times interview where she claims she was offered $1million by someone close to Weinstein in return for signing a nondisclosure agreement.
The 44-year-old actress also tweeted earlier on Monday claiming that there was a warrant for her arrest, but police would not confirm the details at the time.
‘Are they trying to silence me? There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia. What a load of HORSES**T.,’ she tweeted.
At the time, the Charmed star did not elaborate on why the warrant had been issued or what crime she had been accused of.
She has been one of the leading voices against sexual harassment in Hollywood.
McGowan, 44, was allegedly raped by Weinstein at the Sundance Film Festival in 1997, and the Times reported that she received a $100,000 settlement in the wake of the incident.
She says she only realized that settlement did not include a nondisclosure component this summer, and this month accused the producer of the sexual assault on Twitter.
In the wake of that bravery, other victims and Weinstein’s own employees have spoken out as well, despite also signing NDAs. More than 80 women have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
Weinstein is now said to be in rehab and his spokeswoman says he ‘unequivocally denies any allegations of non-consensual sex.’
The photo below was taken 10 years after Harvey allegedly raped Rose.
Rose must have put career above everything to have anything to do with the pervert who RAPED her!!!
As one wag at the Daily Mail put it, “Don’t do drugs.”
One more thing. The Harvey Weinstein case has been taken over by feminists in order to promote an anti-male agenda. I have the impression that at least some of Harvey’s behavior is within historical norms relating to how men pursue women. Since Harvey was married, his desire for adulterous sex should be more of a morality issue than a feminist issue.