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Calling a Spade a Spade in Boston… “… the fervent expression — amounting nearly to a prayer — that the perpetrator or perpetrators of this act of mass murder be “homegrown,” preferably white, male, Christian, and conservative.”

April 19, 2013 Leave a comment
FBI mugshot of Timothy McVeigh.

FBI mugshot of Timothy McVeigh. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 

Calling a Spade a Spade in Boston

 

Pajamas Media ^ | 4/19/13 | Roger Kimball

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on Friday, April 19, 2013 2:20:43 PM by Impala64ssa

 

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One of the curious, but also most predictable, responses to the Boston Marathon bombings from the Left has been the fervent expression — amounting nearly to a prayer — that the perpetrator or perpetrators of this act of mass murder be “homegrown,” preferably white, male, Christian, and conservative.

 

 

 

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GyG: Just A Coupla More Morning Headlines…Nuthin ‘Portant…!

January 6, 2013 Leave a comment

Here’s a compliation of our most popular posts this week. Enjoy!

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  1. N.C. Police Lieutenant Warns Of Martial Law In Early 2013
  2. Law Enforcement Calls Obama Felon, Imposter
  3. Ted Nugent To Piers Morgan—Kiss My Ass!

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(GyG: First They came For The…..) ~ CNN’s Don Lemon On Gun Control: Should We Start Profiling White Men?

December 24, 2012 2 comments

CNN’s Don Lemon discusses the possibility of profiling white men in an attempt to prevent gun violence and decrease the amount of mass shootings. Lemon argues that white males between the ages of 18 and 25 were behind nearly all recent mass killings.

 

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On the panel: David Sirota, radio talk show host; Richard Moran, criminologist; Lou Palumbo, retired police detective and private security provider; and Tom Deets, gun store owner.

 

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The Legend of the Spat-Upon Veteran — In These Times

June 3, 2012 Leave a comment

It’s a disproven myth, but politicians, keen on dispelling opposition and maintaining militarism, continue to feed the fable.

BY David Sirota

As political memes go, this 30-year Vietnam storyline has been wildly successful, helping presidents silence opposition to the Iraq War, the continued Afghanistan occupation, our expanding drone wars, and, of course, our ever-increasing defense budgets.

Out of all the status-quo-sustaining fables we create out of military history, none are as enduring as Vietnam War myths. Desperate to cobble a pro-war cautionary tale out of a blood-soaked tragedy, we keep reimagining the loss in Southeast Asia not as a policy failure but as the product of an America that dishonored returning troops.

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