Very well done, sir:
I have heard Herman Cain speak on mulitple occasions now, and every time it gets better. One thing he has repeated, however, is the idea that when liberals try to answer a question, they are guilty of S.I.N.
Tim Gray explains what Cain means:
“S” stands for “Shifting the blame.” When a conservative points out something that the Obama Administration does is wrong, or what Congress did is wrong, a liberal is quick to shift the blame. “If it weren’t for the mess that Bush left us….”
“I” stands for “Ignoring the facts.” That’s the next step in a liberal’s argument. The liberals say that Bush raised the National Debt by $3.2 trillion, but there were two wars being fought and this increase happened over the course of 8 years. Obama will have raised the National Debt by 1.2 Trillion on the healthcare bill alone. He’s only been in office less than a year!
“N” stands for “Name calling.” Finally, when liberals see that they’re getting nowhere with their conservative friends, they resort to name calling. Fear-mongerer, war-mongerer, greedy-capitalists…..
This is what I thought about when I read this article from AlterNet, a progressive website that attempts to pass as credible news.
In the article on Herman Cain’s speech, the author, who is also black, wholly ignores the premise of the speech, aka the facts, and goes into how Cain delivered the speech:
Herman Cain’s shtick is a version of race minstrelsy where he performs “authentic negritude” as wish fulfillment for White Conservative fantasies. Like the fountain at Lourdes, Cain in his designated role as black Conservative mascot, absolves the White racial reactionaries at CPAC of their sins. This is a refined performance that Black Conservatives have perfected over many decades and centuries of practice.
According the most enlightened author, Cain did everything he could to remind the crowd he was black, but at the same time, espoused all their beliefs. And because they were all “White racial reactionaries,” they cheered.
It wasn’t about the fact that Herman Cain is a principled conservative. No, we were all just trying to baptize ourselves in the aura of a black conservative so we can feel less awful about hating his skin so much.
Or something like that.
Not so much. To illustrate the ignorance of the author, I offer this:
Let’s consider the routine. First, Cain enters the stage to Motown music. Then Cain feigns swimming after rolling up his sleeves to show them his black skin and how he is a hardworking negro (not like those other ones).
It isn’t possible that Cain actually like Motown music. Nope, it was for the white folks, so they could remember he’s black.
Occam’s razor? What’s that?
And Cain did indeed roll up his sleeves. Briefly.
But not to show his skin. We could see the skin on his face. We knew he was black already. And he didn’t roll up his sleeves as much as he pushed them up to show he had nothing up them.
It’s kind of his thing:
But facts to a liberal are like Krytonite to Superman (a saying I first heard from Larry Elder, another black conserva-tarian, or, as he is known on the left, race traitor,) which is why rather than deal with them, the author ignores them and creates his own.
Clearly the author knows nothing about CPAC or Herman Cain, but rather has his own set of prejudices about white people and black conservatives.
However, as per Cain’s S.I.N. acronym, there was more to come from the unknown scribe.
We always need a monkey in the window, for he/she reminds us of our humanity while simultaneously reinforcing a sense of our own superiority. Sadly, there are always folks who are willing to play that role because it pays so well.
Cain has called for the article to be taken down. In one of those rare instances, I disagree with him. I want them to keep it up.
I want to be able to send this link to everyone I know, just like I can send a link to show Hillary Clinton minimizing Mahatma Gandhi to the stereotypical role of a cashier jockey at a 7-Eleven, and showing how the audience full of liberals just laughs.
Or show Democrat Chris Dodd praising former KKK recruiter Sen Robert Byrd and claiming he would have been a good Senator anytime during America’s history:
“He would have been right at the founding of this country. He would have been in the leadership crafting this Constitution. He would have been right during the great conflict of Civil War in this nation.”
Leave the article up. Sooner or later it can be used to wake someone up to the left’s unnoticed history of racism.
But shame on those who would use race to divide America into groups. If anything can be seen from this article, it’s how the right is inclusive based on beliefs, not skin, and how the left will tear down a man using the color of his skin and America’s history of racial tension.
In the eyes of the author, Cain is nothing more than a race traitor. In the eyes of conservatives, he is one of us.
Vikrant Reddy spoke with me about Right on Crime, which is “is the one-stop source for conservative ideas on criminal justice. RightOnCrime.com is a project of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a research institute in Austin, TX committed to limited government, free markets, private property rights, individual liberty and personal responsibility.”
He described the groups ideas on over-criminalization and the war on drugs:
Yesterday I sat down with Andrew Ian Dodge to discuss his candidacy for Senator of Maine.
But I lost the audio.
He was cool enough to come back up and sit down for another one:
And ask yourself this: is it better to have Snowe, or a solid fiscal conservative?
The American Conservative Union has been taking heat for member Suhail Khan, a Muslim with ties to extremism, (and that’s putting it lightly.)
The PJ Tatler has video of Khan at CPAC saying…wait for it…there is no Muslim Brotherhood in America:
I did a simple Google search and found this list, also from the PJ Tatler:
The Muslim Brotherhood’s own Explanatory Memorandum identifies the following groups under the heading “a list of our organizations and the organizations of our friends”:
• Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
• Muslim Student Association (MSA)
• The Muslim Communities Association (MCA)
• The Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS)
• The Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers (AMSE)
• Islamic Medical Association (IMA)
• Islamic Teaching Center (ITC)
• North American Islamic Trust (NAIT)
• Foundation for International Development (FID)
• Islamic Housing Cooperative (IHC)
• Islamic Centers Division (ICD)
• American Trust Publications (ATP)
• Audio-Visual Center (AVC)
• Islamic Book Service (IBS)
• Muslim Businessmen Association (MBA)
• Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA)
• ISNA Fiqh Committee (IFC)
• ISNA Political Awareness Committee (IPAC)
• Islamic Education Department (IED)
• Muslim Arab Youth Association (MAYA)
• Malasian (sic) Islamic Study Group (MISG)
• Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP)
• United Association for Studies and Research (UASR)
• Occupied Land Fund (OLF)
• Mercy International Association (MIA)
• Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)
• Baitul Mal Inc (BMI)
• International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT)
• Islamic Information Center (IIC)
Several of the preeminent Muslim-American organizations in the United States today (notably, the Council on American Islamic Relations [CAIR], the Muslim Public Affairs Council [MPAC] and the Islamic Free Market Institute [II]) had not been established at the time in 1991 when this document was adopted by the Muslim Brotherhood.
How did this guy become a part of the ACU, and why is he still there?
Americans United for Life is a “nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization whose vision is a nation in which everyone is welcomed in life and protected in law.”
Anna Franzenello is an attorney with the group. She talked with me about Planned Parenthood, Roe v. Wade and the actions needed to not just outlaw abortion, but completely eliminate it.
If you are not familiar with the Pigford case, don’t feel bad. Not many are.
But watch this interview and learn about it. It will blow your mind:
Here’s Breitbart’s coverage of the story.
Richard Dreyfuss has started an initiative, aptly named The Dreyfuss Initiative, to bring civics back to the classroom. While I might not agree with his politics, I agree with his intent. Civics does need to return to our children’s backpacks.
Here’s the interview I had discussing his efforts:
One of my favorite authors, David Horowitz, gave me the honor of interviewing him. We discussed how the radicalism and radicals of the 60s influence the current state of politics:
And he signed my books, too.