In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Video || Political Correctness from Birth

Political correctness is learned early these days, of course. School kids must be taught that “trigger statements,” “bullying” – i.e. anything that might possibly be upsetting to another kid – and any reference at all to the Confederacy, global cooling or any lack of global warming, the existence of differences between races or genders, the possibility that mankind has ever done anything good to the earth, Rush Limbaugh and other hateful people, negative comments about Michelle Obama’s lunch recipes, and of course anything having to do with a weapon or explosive, is forbidden.

Remy of ReasonTV has a pretty funny take on this.

3 thoughts on “Video || Political Correctness from Birth”

  1. I was playing cops and robbers, and cowboys and Indians with my brothers at a young age.
    We also played a very dangerous game call Dodge Ball. sarc.
    I never took the time to learn how to fold up the piece of paper, so it could be knocked off the desk like a football, however friends would give me one to play along.
    It was called pretending. They were for fun. I even liked to be the Indian instead of the Cowboy most of the time.
    As far as the clock issue, yes that is a bit to far. Clock that looks like a b., compared to a pop tart.
    The same time this is being done teaching (telling) our kids to keep their imagination to themselves to Adults being told to get rid of their flag. Step by step, piece by piece, one piece of freedom after the other.
    I will stop their. If I had talent in writing, I could right a book about this down-fall.

  2. It’s hilarious-the references to the front seat of Ted Kennedy’s car, Scott Walker’s poll numbers, sleeping at the Duggars-all of it is too funny!

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