A group of West Virginia legislators are proposing that the state prohibit its contractors and agencies from promoting what they describe as "divisive" ideas about race and sex.

It shouldn't really be necessary ... if politicians were actually working for We The People rather than their political power.

It is already a violation of federal law to discriminate based on race, sex, etc. All the politicians would need do is to refuse to do business with any contractor which promotes the perverted ideology. But most politicians don't care about We The People. They don't care about a healthy, prosperous, harmonious America. So they don't punish the Antifa and BLM terrorists; they continue to do business with, and even promote, businesses which try to destroy the fabric of society.

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I don't use Salesforce but, if I did, I'd drop them. I'd rather lose my business completely than to support an anti-American, anti-freedom, anti-free speech company.

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Tim, the reason Joe is continuing to detain the kids should be self-evident. It is his emergency stash of kids' heads to sniff.

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Since a fence has been erected around the capitol building, I guess Nancy, Red Cortez, and the rest of congress has been put "in cages", right?!?

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Sounds more like they'll stand now that their preferred political candidate is in the White House.

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NBC News "presidential historian" Michael Beschloss was mocked on Monday for likening Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., to notorious former Sen. Joseph McCarthy because he pointed "menacingly" at a hearing witness.

America owes Senator McCarthy an apology. He was right, Commies have infiltrated the highest levels of American government; including most, if not all, of the national-level Democrat Party.

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Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland defended Kristen Clarke, the attorney tapped to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division, during a heated exchange with Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, at his confirmation hearing on Monday.

What that says to me is that both are racists and neither should be confirmed. I believe people have a right to be a racist, if they so choose. I also believe those racists should not hold office anywhere in America as they cannot fairly represent all the people under their area of governmental control.

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Yes, Tim, people support Trump. But it's not Trump, per se, that they're supporting, it's what Trump represents. It's the ideas; it's the ideals; it's the fight in the man; it's the willingness to stand up instead of cowering in fear over being called mean names.

I like Trump the president; I don't particularly care for Trump the tweeter. I've never followed Trump the man; I've followed Trump the American fighter. Would I join a Trump Party if Trump is all it has to offer? No. That's one man hoping to win one office ... for a maximum of four more years. THAT is not a "Party". Would I join a Trump Party that offers scores, or even hundreds of likeminded political fighters who have the best interest of America, as it was intended to be, at heart? Yes.

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I don't need to watch "everyone". The Leftist Industrial Media Complex headlines tell me everything I need to know about where The Left is at and what they're trying to achieve.

I do watch/listen to "conservative" and "centrist" news/videos. But all I need to know about The Left is trumpeted from Red Cortez, Nancy Pelosi, and NYT headlines.

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Nooooo, block busting doesn't go on today ... at least not on some grand universal scale throughout America. Is it possible that some unscrupulous real estate investor might do that? Of course. But most "white flight" doesn't happen until blacks have moved in in sufficient numbers that crime and violence have started to send old-time residents fleeing for their lives; THEN market values crater and "whites" (a term which also includes affluent blacks, browns, yellows, and reds) start to sell off at a loss.

The "good" blacks (and by that I simply mean good citizens - not gangsta culture - who happen to be black) who can afford to flee the ghetto blacks also flee the ghetto blacks. So NO, it's NOT "racist" to observe societal reality and react, according to your own best interests.


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2021-31-Mo 06:31:20 pm

Nooooo, block busting doesn't go on today ... at least not on some grand universal scale throughout America. Is it possible that some unscrupulous real estate investor might do that? Of course. But most "white flight" doesn't happen until blacks have moved in in sufficient numbers that crime and violence have started to send old-time residents fleeing for their lives; THEN market values crater and "whites" (a term which also includes affluent blacks, browns, yellows, and reds) start to sell off at a loss.

The "good" blacks (and by that I simply mean good citizens - not gangsta culture - who happen to be black) who can afford to flee the ghetto blacks also flee the ghetto blacks. So NO*, it's NOT "racist" to observe societal reality and react, according to your own best interests.

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