Tag: Guy Benson

Why do Snowflakes hate Gay people?


Students at Brown University vehemently objected to a speech by conservative pundit Guy Benson, saying he enables “white supremacist and fascist ideas” by supporting free speech.

The 18 students, calling themselves “A Collective of Students at Brown University,” wrote an open letter slamming Benson’s appearance at Brown Tuesday night, even preemptively arguing that the event violates the Student Code of Conduct.

18 fascists out of how many students? Again, it is important to remember how few these snowflakes are in number. Yes, they are loud, obnoxious, self-obsessed, and bigots, but they are few. The people who agitate me more than these snowflakes are the ones that cater and bow to them. Placating these miscreants is inexcusable. Now, back to the latest outbreak of Selective Outrage Syndrome

The letter first attacks Benson’s support for freedom of speech, specifically referencing his view that hate speech should not be limited by the government.

“Based on our research into the speaker, we anticipate that Benson will make arguments in support of the freedom of any person to make hateful, oppressive, or damaging remarks based on their constitutionally protected right to free speech,” the students fume.

They then contend that the event is an insult to the history of student activism at Brown, declaring that they “will not stand idly by as our proud history of student activism is belittled and the real emotional, physical, and psychological needs of marginalized students are denigrated as illogical and irrelevant.”

The letter goes on to say that the “conversation” surrounding free speech is “explicitly dangerous to the well-being and continued thriving of people of color and other marginalized people.”

In other words free speech for them, but not for anyone who holds different views. Their perverse definition of free speech would make their role model, Marx very happy

“So often, popular conversations around free speech focus on the right of people with power or who hold privileged identities (i.e. who are white, or cisgender men, or wealthy, or able bodied, etc.) to espouse hateful rhetoric which actively makes others less safe,” the students assert. “Rarely do these mainstream conversations on free speech consider the urgent need for people of color and other marginalized people to speak back against systems of oppression for their own self-preservation.”

This is, of course nuclear grade BS. Everyone is free to speak, and these leftists i training have no problem being heard do they? If you wish to really delve into the abject madness of these perpetually aggrieved degenerates go read their whole whining screed

Hint, you might wish to wear hip waders as the babbling idiocy gets very deep

If you think that President Obama does not want to end the shutdown……

You would be right! He wants to cause as much pain for the people, believing they will blame the GOP. This is all about one thing the 2014 mid-term elections, and Obama really digs using the word ransom apparently

This is getting so old. House Republicans came up with yet another proposal to fund the government and avoid hitting the debt ceiling. Guy Benson noted that the plan Harry Reid called “extreme” in a diatribe on the Senate floor, is very close to the Senate plan. But Democrats can’t agree to it, because then they couldn’t go out and accuse the Republicans of being partisan. The White House rejected the proposal before Nancy Pelosi could even get her face in front of a microphone.

An hour earlier rank-and-file Republicans came out of the meeting to say their leaders had proposed taking a plan being worked on in the Senate and attaching the two Obamacare changes, and were going to put that bill on the House floor later Tuesday.

But by 11 a.m., Mr. Boehner and his chief lieutenants sounded much less certain, and several Republicans said it would be a close vote if the bill were brought to the floor.

Democratic leaders said not to count on them for help in getting the bill through the House, and the White House also rejected the plan, saying it preferred the Senate’s negotiations.

That deal, still under construction, doesn’t make any major dents in the president’s health law.

The White House released a statement that includes the word “ransom,” of course.

Yes, of course!


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Team Obama vs Texas! Updated!

For those who wondered why I was so eager to support Rick Perry, here is a great example. Governor Rick Perry and the state legislature banned Planned Parenthood from the states Texas’ Women’s Health Program. Obama threatened to cut funding to the entire program. Texas Health and Human Services Commissioner Thomas Suehs signed the rule anyway. And now, Team Obama, you know the administration that cares so much about women’s health, has followed through on their threat. Tina Korbe has the rest of the story

Yes, the Obama administration actually does want to cut funding and jeopardize the Texas’ Women’s Health Program entirely. He cares more to protect Planned Parenthood than he does to protect women’s health, in general. Fortunately for low-income women in Texas, Rick Perry won’t stand for it. Via Guy Benson:

Perry, who slammed the federal government constantly during his short-lived bid for the Republican presidential nomination, has directed state health officials to find the funding to keep the program going from other parts of the budget, but he has promised not to raise revenues to cover the costs.

Governor Perry was on the Mike Gallagher Show the other morning, and talked about this. He stressed the right of Texas to determine how the money is spent

The Obama administration had pledged to stop funding the Women’s Health Program because federal law requires women to be able to choose any qualified clinic. Gov. Rick Perry counters that states have the right, under federal law, to determine qualified providers in the program.The program provides care to about 130,000 women between the ages of 18 and 44 earning less than $20,000 a year or less than $41,000 for a family of four — with federal funds paying 90 percent of its cost and Texas covering the rest. Mann said that last year it cost about $41 million, and about $34 million of that came from Washington.

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Good for our governor, we are damned lucky to have him. The Obama administration has no respect for the 10th amendment, or for helping women get health care. Could the distinction be any clearer?

UPDATE!! Texas is also going to fight the over reaching feds over the Texas voter ID law! video at twhe link

Perry defended Texas’ right to institute a voter ID law, saying they’ve had several cases of fraud problems that a voter ID would cure. He also suggested he can only surmise that those opposed to the law must only want to win elections by fraudulent means.

And when it comes to beating Eric Holder and the DOJ, he says that he’s ready to take this case all the way to the Supreme Court, who he notes has already ruled in favor of states implementing voter ID laws:

Like I said, this is why I like Perry so much! I think he deserves a spot in my Politically INcorrect Hall of Fame!

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The Fourth Annual RightOnline Conference: June 17-18 2011 – Featuring Michelle Malkin, Herman Cain, Andrew Breitbart, Tim Pawlenty, Michele Bachmann, Thaddeus McCotter, S.E. Cupp And Erick Erickson

The fourth annual RightOnline Conference will bring together leaders in government, new media, and grassroots activism to provide important leadership and grassroots training, offering the tools and inspiration to more effectively impact public policy in favor of limited government and free enterprise. RightOnline has played a vital role over the past four years to help conservatives make an impact online. This year’s RightOnline conference will feature panels that provide further tools and resources to advance online activism on the Right. The areas of focus will include Online Activism 101, Advanced Online Activism, Tools and Resources, Investigative Reporting/Citizen Journalism, Public Policy Issues, and Grassroots Activism.

2011 Confirmed Speakers:

Governor Tim Pawlenty

Tim Pawlenty is a former two-term governor of Minnesota. During his two terms as Governor of Minnesota, Tim Pawlenty has used innovative and conservative leadership to balance the state’s budget, cut spending, reform health care and improve schools without raising taxes. Under his leadership, Minnesota has nation-leading health care, the highest school test scores, and a leading economy.After being elected governor in 2002, Tim kept his campaign promise and balanced the budget every year without raising taxes. In fact, Pawlenty cut taxes by nearly $800 million, moving Minnesota out of the top 10 highest taxed states – a goal of every Minnesota governor for over 30 years.

Michelle Malkin

Michelle Malkin is a conservative syndicated columnist, best selling author, and Fox News Channel contributor.

Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart is publisher of the news portals Breitbart.com and Breitbart.tv. In January 2009, he launched Big Hollywood, a group blog off of Breitbart.com on Hollywood and politics from the center/right perspective. He gained greater notoriety when his second blog endeavor, Big Government, broke the ACORN prostitution scandal. Breitbart launched Big Journalism in January of 2010 and his newest blog, Big Peace, launched July 4th. Andrew co-wrote the best-selling attack on celebrity culture, Hollywood, Interrupted and was the primary developer for The Huffington Post. Look for his forthcoming book tentatively titled “Righteous Indignation” next year.

Herman Cain

He became the regional vice president of Pillsbury’s Burger King division.. Herman was assigned to lead a low performing region of 450 of their restaurants. Within three years, it became the best performing region in the company. He then became the President and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, a company that was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. In just 14 months, Herman returned Godfather’s to profitability and he led his management team to a buyout of the company.In 1994, as head of the National Restaurant Association, where he gained national fame by challenging President Clinton on his “ClintonCare” plan. He is now a syndicated radio show host and columnist.

Senator Mike Lee

Elected in 2010 as Utah’s 16th Senator, Mike Lee has spent his career defending the basic liberties of Americans and Utahns as a tireless advocate for our founding constitutional principles. Lee is a member of the Judiciary Committee, and serves as ranking Member of the Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights Subcommittee protecting business competition and personal freedom. He also oversees issues critical to Utah as the top Republican on the Water and Power Subcommittee of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee. He serves on the Foreign Relations Committee and the Joint Economic Committee, as well.

Representative Michele Bachmann

Elected in 2006, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is the first Republican woman to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Minnesota. From the beginning, Congresswoman Bachmann has demonstrated bold reform, pushing to fix Washington’s broken ways. Every day she puts her constitutional conservative values to work as she represents the people of Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District, a district which contains parts of six counties, stretching from Stillwater past St. Cloud, including suburbs of the Twin Cities.

Congresswoman Bachmann is a leading advocate for tax reform, a staunch opponent of wasteful government spending, and a strong proponent of adherence to the Constitution, as intended by the Founding Fathers. She believes government has grown exponentially, with ObamaCare being the most recent example of its uninhibited growth. Congresswoman Bachmann wants government to make the kind of serious spending decisions that many families and small businesses have been forced to make. She is a champion of free markets and she believes in the vitality of the family as the first unit of government.

Representative John Kline

Congressman John Kline was elected to represent the suburbs and rural counties south of Minnesota’s Twin Cities (the Second District) in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2002, and was re-elected to a fourth term in 2008. During this time, John has established himself as one of Congress’s foremost experts on defense and veterans issues, a conservative voice on tax and budget policy, an advocate for education, and a champion for helping America become more energy independent.

Representative Marsha Blackburn

Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn’s reputation for focusing on individual freedom and free enterprise boosted her from the Tennessee Senate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Blackburn was first elected to represent Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District in 2002, quickly becoming a leader in Congress and a leading voice advocating for a small, efficient federal government that is accountable to its citizens. Blackburn serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee where she is vice-chair of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade (CMT). As CMT vice-chair, she also sits on the Subcommittee on Oversight. Blackburn serves on two other critical Energy and Commerce Subcommittess: Health and Communications and Technology.

Representative Thaddeus McCotter

Thaddeus McCotter was first elected to Congress in 2002 to represent the citizens of Western Oakland and Western Wayne Counties. He has focused his efforts on preserving and promoting manufacturing and small businesses, because he knows they form the back bone of our community’s economy. He has steadfastly supported winning the War for Freedom and increasing our homeland security; tirelessly fought to reduce taxes and the size and scope of government; aHe has served as Chairman of the Republican House Policy Committee and is currently a member of the Financial Services committee.

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli

Ken Cuccinelli is currently serving as the Attorney General for the State of Virgina. He has risen to national prominence by taking ObamaCare head on, challenging its constitutionality in federal court. Previous to being elected Attorney General, he served in the Virginia State Senate for seven years.

Representative Tim Huelskamp

Congressman Tim Huelskamp was elected to his first term as a United States Representative in November 2010. In the 112th Congress he represents Kansas’ First Congressional District, known as the “Big First.” His committee assignments include Agriculture, Budget, and Veterans.Congressman Huelskamp was born near and raised on the family farm in Fowler, Kansas. Pioneered by his grandparents Martin and Clara in 1926, the farm operation includes raising corn, cattle, wheat, milo, soybeans and kids. There he learned the value of hard work and personal responsibility.

S.E. Cupp

S.E. is a political columnist and culture critic. She has a regular online column at the New York Daily News, and a regular feature at The Daily Caller. She is a contributing editor at Townhall magazine, and a regular contributor to Politico’s “Arena.” She has been published in the Washington Post, Newsmax, Slate, Human Events, American Spectator, Townhall, FOXNews.com, Sports Illustrated online, Maxim online, NASCAR.com, FrontPage, Detroit Free Press and others.

Erick Erickson

Erick Erickson serves as a contributor and conservative political analyst on CNN’s John King, USA. In addition to serving as a CNN contributor, Erickson is the Editor-in-Chief of RedState.com, a property of Eagle Publishing, Inc. Under Erickson’s leadership, RedState has become the preeminent right of center community online and is the most widely read right-of-center blog on Capitol Hill. Prior to leading RedState, Erickson practiced law for six year and managed a number of political campaigns.

John Fund

John Fund writes the weekly “On the Trail” column for OpinionJournal.com. He is author of “Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy” (Encounter, 2004).

Guy Benson

Guy Benson is the Political Editor of Townhall.com and America’s youngest top-market political talk show host. His writing appears on Townhall.com’s Tip Sheet Blog, and his radio program is heard weekly on Chicago’s AM 560 WINDand AM 1260 WRC in Washington, DC. He is a contributor to National Review Online’s “blog row” and Andrew Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, Big Government, and Big Journalism blogs.

Ed Morrissey

Ed Morrissey is a conservative blogger, columnist, and talk show host. He wrote his original blog, “Captain’s Quarters”, from October 2003 to February 2008. He now works full-time as a blogger for HotAir.com and writes a column for The Week.

Ann McElhinney

Ann McElhinney is a documentary film director and producer. In 2008 she produced and directed Not Evil Just Wrong a film which examines the devastating consequences of the global warming hysteria. The film highlights the tragic consequences of the first triumph of the environmental movement, the ban on DDT, which has needlessly resulted in the deaths of more than 40 million children and adults in the developing world.

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