Generous With Your Money: Milano, Handler, Ruffalo Demand Reparations
Rich, angry white people want you to pay up for the egregious injustice of slavery, which no one alive has ever experienced or profitted from.
LUNATIC on MSNBC Blames 'Racist' Ronald Reagan for Atlanta Shootings
On Saturday, LA Times contributor Kurt Bardella proclaimed on PoliticsNation that former President Ronald Reagan was “a racist” and is to blame for the purported uptick in discrimination toward Asian Americans. MSNBC’s race-baiting host Al Sharpton invited Bardella and Black Lives Matter activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham on to assist him in his routine demonization of…
Maddow Fawns Over Biden's COVID Relief Bill: 'A Big F-ing Deal'
On Tuesday, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow unabashedly conceded that after four years of a Republican president, "I'm getting cattier and pettier with each passing day." Maddow spent over five minutes of her opening monologue gushing about the Biden administration’s debt-raising, $1.9 trillion Coronavirus-relief bill. Maddow concluded her rant by describing the explicitly partisan bill as “a big F…
Five Myths About Socialism, Part Two
Last week, I reported on two myths about socialism. My new video covers three more. Myth No. 3: Socialism works if it's "democratic." As the Democratic Socialists of America put it, "Society should be run democratically -- to meet public needs, not to make profits for a few." Sounds nice. If socialists are elected, then we'll have a more just society. But Venezuela's socialists were…
Stossel Column: Standing Up to the Mob
Joe Biden says he'll "advance racial equity" by making "bold investments" in "Affordable Housing," aiding "businesses owned by Black and Brown people," establishing an "Equity Commission," etc. Gosh, that'll do it. Others demand reparations for slavery, more social programs and defunding the police. Yet, economist Thomas Sowell says, "I haven't been able to find a single country in the world…
Stossel Column: Better Than Charity
Many of us will give money to charity this month. Americans give more than any other people in the world. Good for us. 56 years ago, because American charities hadn't ended poverty, politicians said they would end it. They declared a "war on poverty." That "war," so far, has cost $27 trillion. Some people were helped. But the handouts also had a bad effect.
Legend Lectures Mark Cuban: We NEED Government Not ‘Charity'
If you’re a proud committed conservative who loves Christian principles and economic freedom in this country, you’ve no doubt had to face the niggling criticisms of the left saying you don’t actually give a damn about the poor or the disenfranchised. You’re not for socialized healthcare or free college for all, do you even care about the downtrodden in the street who need both?
MSNBC's Joy Reid Organizes Smear Segment: Reaganism Equals Racism
On Tuesday's The ReidOut, MSNBC host Joy Reid was joined by contributors Anand Giridharadas and Kurt Bardella as the three trashed Republicans for trying to restrain government spending as the three all went along with the premise that Republicans do so in part out of a lack of concern for minorities.
Some Facts Worth Knowing
Imagine that you are an unborn spirit in heaven. God condemns you to a life of poverty but will permit you to choose the country in which you will spend your life. Which country would you choose? I would choose the United States of America. A recent study by Just Facts, an excellent source of factual information, shows that after accounting for income, charity and noncash welfare benefits such…
WATCH: BET Founder Worth $550M Wants $14T in Reparations for Slavery
The hypocrisy of mega-rich celebrities calling for reparations for slavery is astonishing. Black Entertainment Television Founder Robert Johnson, as summarized by CNBC, said that the “U.S. government should provide $14 trillion of reparations for slavery to help reduce racial inequality.” He’s currently worth an estimated $550 million.