Colin Kaepernick's protest of the national anthem was not in protest of oppression of colored people or racism or police brutality. He did it because he was about to be cut from the team and needed a way to save his job. He used a platform that would rally people behind him essentially forcing the … Continue reading The Importance of Sports
Yep, you all read that title correctly, I am voting for Donald J. Trump, or whoever at this point the Republican representative is. Why? Because I want to trigger the left even more that's why. Because with the political left, you are either with them or against them. If you are with them, you … Continue reading I am Voting for Trump, so Piss Off!
HuffPo fails....again. Okay, so I will defeat her entire nonsensical argument very quickly. Go back and watch the first 20 seconds again. Notice anything? Maybe that they defeated their own argument right off the bat. Considering the source, Huffington Post, one would think that this is easy to identify. In case you are not … Continue reading Score One for the Boners!
Brought to you by the good people over at VOX. Check them out here 11 Facts About Gun Violence I like VOX, they provide a never ending supply of laughable material. Always trying to push some sort of leftist social warrior agenda. This time, guns are the focus. Not the first time they have done this, … Continue reading 11 Misleading Facts About Gun Violence
The flag of the United States of America, and what it stands for has become the center of a controversy. Colin Kaepernick decided to sit through the national anthem in protest to the "oppression of people of color". Since then, many people have used the flag, and those who have worn it, to prove some … Continue reading Be Better
Not going to lie here, I don't give two shits about college athletics. I may watch a few key football games, and check on the team I liked as a kid once in a while, but I find college athletics to be, oh I don't know, underwhelming sounds good. The talent pool is spread to … Continue reading No Flocking Joke!
This is an open letter to gold star families everywhere. Actually I would like to include Veterans and service members, active duty or reserve, as well. If you do not want to be criticized for anything, do not put yourself out there to be criticized. Do not politicize your status, and there will be no … Continue reading Don’t Put Yourself Out there
This is a story of a man-child. A man-child who lost his job as a starting quarterback in the NFL. Lost his job, last year, had surgery in the off season to protect a roster bonus, didn't want to restructure his contract to go to another team and most likely be the starter, and has … Continue reading Because Racism
Imitation was once considered the sincerest form of flattery. Until some SJWs decided that it was inappropriate and that people's cultures should be relegated to those who grew up in said cultures. Segregation much? From the black lady at SFSU yelling at the white kid whose hair looked like snakes for appropriating black culture. … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation! I Need a Safe Space
Remember the 50s? No? Me neither, probably because I was born in the 80s, but I have heard tales of a simpler time. Where technology did not run our lives, where people knew their neighbors and looked out for each other, and apparently a single income could buy a house. I recently read an article … Continue reading Oh Where has the Time Gone