The Outlandish Conspiracy Theory That All First Ladies – Before Melania Trump – Were Transexuals

Right off the bat, I have mixed feelings about conspiracy theories. While a few sound plausible, others sound like a mixture of second-rate science fiction, amateur horror stories and Level 10 insanity based on twisted fantasies of sad, angry and lonely people. This post is about a prime example of the latter. A Twitter user […]

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Right Wing Blogger Challenges a Nonexistent Force, the Race Grievance Industry, For the 1000th Time

This certain blogger practically begs for an argument from liberals and progressives so that he can tell them how wrong they are. Basically, over 90% of his blog is focused on anti-liberalism hovering over outright fascism in favor of the right, and one of the “enemies” he wants to hunt down is the race grievance […]

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The Racial Issue With “Me Too” and “Believe Her” We Need To Talk About

Dr. Terence Fitzgerald wrote a piece on Racism Review about his thoughts about the Me Too movement. Today, the energy and power derived from the anger and frustration over sexual assault and harassment has generated a long overdue spotlight on a sexist system that creates and supports the injustice women have long endured, on the […]

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The Synagogue Shooter, and My Agreement and Criticism With a Blogger’s View on the Massacre

I thought I respond to this particular post, well part of it, by a certain blogger concerning the savage terrorist attack on the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Here’s what he wrote: I swear I just watched this happen. The “News/Analysis” television was CBS’s “Face The Nation” I don’t know the anchor’s […]

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