17 thoughts on “News/Politics 6-25-21

  1. Oh, and regarding the post yesterday that some women aren’t prepared to be wives (therefore no woman is), a quick google search came up with the surprising fact that some men make bad husbands, too. Here’s one such article: https://www.beliefnet.com/love-family/relationships/9-men-that-make-bad-husbands.aspx

    The list: The man makes a bad husband if he is closed off from his wife, is narcissistic, lacks empathy, doesn’t work at love, doesn’t actively listen, is dishonest, doesn’t value intimacy, doesn’t compromise, and doesn’t respect her interests.


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  2. This is just gross. They’ve made a mockery of some of the finest institutions in America.

    They are morally corrupt, top to bottom.

    “U.S. Air Force Base Asserts Drag Queen Promotes “Readiness of the Military”

    Meanwhile, Russia’s navy sailed close to Hawaii and American jets were scrambled in response to long-range bombers.”


    “As China and Russia beef up their military, the current administration has focused on divisive Critical Race Theory and sensitivity training in the military. Just recently, a base held a Drag Queen show.

    A U.S. Air Force base responded to controversy about a drag queen show hosted by the base by saying the performance was “essential to the morale, cohesion, and readiness of the military.”

    Nellis AFB staged its first ever drag queen show on June 17th called ‘Drag-u-Nellis’ – which it said was important in teaching military personnel the “significance of Drag in the LGBT+ Community.”

    After some veterans raised concerns about why such an event was being hosted, Nellis hit back with a statement defending the show.

    From The New York Post:

    In his statement, Nellis spokesman Lt. Col. Bryon McGarry said the event “was sponsored by a private organization and provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the history and significance of drag performance art within the LGBT+ community.”

    The private organization in question is the Nellis Air Force Base Pride committee. The committee focuses on diversity and inclusion initiatives and consists of volunteers from across the base.

    “Ensuring our ranks reflect and are inclusive of the American people is essential to the morale, cohesion, and readiness of the military,” his statement continued. “Nellis Air Force Base is committed to providing and championing an environment that is characterized by equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion.”

    I wonder how many of the airmen and service personnel were required to attend, under orders to develop “unit cohesion” or learn more “tolerance.”

    I am not the only one currently questioning the priorities of the current military leadership that the Biden administration has installed.”


  3. Essential for morale?

    If you’re a pig maybe.


  4. We are all so different. Since AJ posted that about women just after a Babylon Bee post, I did not think he seriously thinks or believes what was in that post about women was anything except an exaggeration of some trends seen in the younger generations. I took it with a grain of salt. I don’t like the attitude or the message in the article, but I don’t feel the need to defend females over it. I do know younger ladies who do not cook, like it is beneath them, and who expect their spouse to provide their meals. That bothers me. It’s rather like a swing from the old standards for men being the new standards for women. It made me think of how racism has swung from the old way to the new way of hating whites. And it makes me think of that saying, “Those who don’t learn from history repeat it.” The names, sex, and colors change, but the game’s the same.”


  5. The Biden Plan, in a nutshell….



  6. Sad.


    But hey, no more mean tweets, right?

    That’s what’s important…..

    #$@%#$! idiots.


  7. Biden once again has one of his racist policies halted by a judge.

    “Yet Another Biden Program Favoring Non-Whites Halted By Federal Judge

    “Plaintiff is a White farmer in Jennings, Florida who has qualifying farm loans but is ineligible for debt relief under Section 1005 solely because of his race.” Judge agrees: “Race or ethnicity is the sole, inflexible factor that determines the availability of relief provided by the Government….”


    “One of the policy priorities of the Biden administration has been to institute policies and practices that favor non-whites over whites in the name of achieving racial equity. The problem with such racially discriminatory actions is that they are … wait for it … plainly illegal.

    In multiple cases we have covered, federal judges have halted such federal racial discrimination:

    Appeals Court Enjoins Biden’s Coronvirus Relief Favoring Non-Whites and Women
    White Farmers Win Temporary Injunction Halting Biden Loan Forgiveness Program That Favored Non-Whites
    There may be other such cases, we haven’t comprehensively cataloged them.

    Now there is another. Reuters reports, U.S. judge blocks $4 billion debt relief program for minority farmers:

    A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday temporarily blocked a part of the Biden administration’s federal stimulus relief package that forgave agricultural debts to farmers of color.

    A white farmer named Scott Wynn of Jennings, Florida, in May had challenged U.S. President Joe Biden’s plans as he faced farm loans and financial hardship during the pandemic. He said the debt relief program discriminated against him by race.

    U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard blocked the government’s $4 billion aid package to farmers of color on Wednesday, ruling that the plaintiff had established a “strong likelihood” of the policy violating his right to equal protection under the law.

    Wynn, who is challenging Section 1005 of the American Rescue Plan Act, which provides debt relief to “socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers,” is likely to succeed, Howard said in the ruling filed in the Middle District Court of Florida.”


  8. “Pelosi continues to lie about deaths and injuries associated with the January 6th riot.”


    “Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi poured on the drama and lies when she announced she will establish a special committee to investigate the Capitol Hill Riot.

    House Republicans voted against forming a select committee to investigate the riot. Since they would not change their minds Pelosi decided she will make one herself.”

    “Republicans considered a select committee a waste of time. The Senate has two committees investigating the riot. The Department of Justice is concentrating on criminal charges.

    Pelosi also said the committee can take as long as it needs to find the truth behind the riot.

    In other words, it will take forever and they will forever talk about it as if it is the worst thing to ever happen in America.

    Pelosi also lied about the deaths and injuries during the riot:

    “This gleeful desecration of the Capitol resulted in multiple deaths, and physical harm to over 140 members of law enforcement and terror and trauma to staff, workers and members,” said Mrs. Pelosi at a press conference on Thursday. “That trauma is something I can never forget or forgive.”

    Multiple deaths? Ashli Babbitt’s death is the only one associated with the riot. We still do not know who killed her.”


  9. Well, if we are going to complain about people who say that all white people are oppressors and all black people are oppressed, surely it’s not unreasonable to find it offensive to write off all women as lazy, unmarriageable (and also over-employed at the same time) slobs?

    I personally know more marriageable but unmarried women than men. And at least in a traditional understanding of courtship and marriage, men have a huge advantage. Each individual human only needs one marriage partner, but the man can go around looking for her and ask her out.

    Many, many of today’s young men are not particularly motivated human beings. And there are a lot of men out there who aren’t very nice to women. My own opinion is that the coming generation has been reared more for academics and career than for marriage and family–“establish yourself in a career, and then you can start thinking about marriage” has been the message to at least a whole generation–and that lack of prioritizing marriage and family has (shock!) led to people, both men and women, unprepared to make it a priority and unprepared to be very good at it. (We make it sound like something that will “just happen” someday. We “fall” in love, right?)

    We’ve been telling women that family is of secondary importance; what really matters is making your mark on the world. And we’ve been telling men that they should expect their dates to be sexually available. Are we really surprised that young people are in some cases unprepared for marriage and other adult responsibilities? It isn’t a problem of just men or just women, and it isn’t helpful to present it that way.


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