What better way for an out-of-touch liberal organization to celebrate itself than in the land of make believe? The NAACP’s 44th Annual Image Awards honor black imagery churned out by often racist, anti-Christian, perpetually sexist, violent and pornographic Hollywood. Just skim the list of nominees and one is left with an overwhelming feeling: emptiness.
Mainstream media has one foundational truth: the objective of journalism is not to be objective. Bias is an inherent part of today’s news organizations that, unapologetically, reveal their agenda with articles of advocacy and misrepresentation.
This is the right time of year to focus on the things we like, the things we’re thankful for, the things that have changed our lives.
Bullying. It’s a word so over-hyped that it’s abused. We’ve been beaten into submission with it. Anti-bullying programs are being forced upon our children in public schools across the country. Adults must sit through “sensitivity” training in the workplace. Most of the time, freedom of our fellow students or co-workers trumps our own freedoms, especially those of religion or expression.
Our recent election has shown that Americans are willing to embrace liberal social policies that have replaced fathers and intact families with abortion and poverty.
The Democrat party has staked its position on abortion, firmly planting its feed in blood-soaked soil. Common ground is not, nor has ever really been, a genuine goal of the party. It proudly celebrates its embrace of an industry that kills over a million innocent unborn children every year and wounds countless women and men in the violent process. Liberal activists will parade around as gigantic vaginas, publicly recite explicit lines to pro-statutory rape “The Vagina Monologues”, wear t-shirts proclaiming “I Had An Abortion”, support partial-birth abortion, and stand with the abortion chain that refuses to report rape. But they’re not the extremists?
What does it feel like to be honored by an organization that has killed over 12 million human beings? What goes through the mind of an individual who’s shiny, yet blood-streaked, trophy celebrates the mutilation of another person? Does one say “Planned Parenthood only killed 329,445 this year, but I hope we can top that next year”?
The Virginia Coalition for Life, in partnership with The Radiance Foundation, has launched a bold ad campaign to challenge the abortion industry and the culture of fatherlessness that it has fostered.
The New York Times continues to assault the very existence of men, with an Op-Ed (“Men, Who Needs Them?”) so steeped in idiocy that one wonders if all critical thinking is extinct at the Gray Lady.