Daniel Greenfield on “The Second Civil War”

Daniel Greenfield is a well-known commentator, blogger and author.  In a speech to the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention in Myrtle Beach last January, he outlined what he sees as the Second Civil War in the USA – and it’s happening already.  In the light of the fuss about the nomination of Justice Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court, I thought it might be worthwhile to remind ourselves of the roots of the opposition to his appointment. If you prefer, you’ll find a transcript of his speech here.  Food for thought, indeed. Peter

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Doofus Of The Day #1,016

Today’s award goes to the far-left, progressive moonbats who exposed their fanatical ideology through dissenting with President Trump’s choice of Justice Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court – even before his selection was announced! First, the Women’s March press release was fired off without updating it to include the nominee’s name: In other words, they wrote it before knowing who they were protesting against!  Way to convey sincerity and thoughtful dissent, ladies (?). Also, there were the preprinted posters dissenting against any and every likely nominee, before the decision was announced. Clearly, they pre-printed everything they could think of, then threw

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When God is neither he, she nor it, but a feeling

The quite incredible stupidity of the vapid ultra-feminists is sometimes mind-boggling . . . but it’s always reliably entertaining.  Consider feminist spirituality. “Ecofeminist Spirituality” is a senior-level course taught by Dr. Frodo Okulam, and primarily aims to explore “different forms of ecofeminist spirituality” including “feminist biblical interpretation” as well as “goddesses and spirituality.” “The insight of Ecofeminism is that the oppression of women and the exploitation of the earth are related,” Okulam told Campus Reform, adding that “in its least radical form…it would use existing laws to reform our relationship with nature.” But Okulam also teaches students about other variations

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Know your enemy #2: The silencing of opposing voices

The progressive, far-left-wing faction in US politics is aggressively pursuing so-called “deplatforming“:  denying their opponents any outlet or medium or channel from or through which to make their views known.  It’s more than censorship.  It’s a blatant attempt to ensure that an entire viewpoint or perspective never reaches those who might be persuaded by it. Fortunately, its ideological proponents make no secret of their motivation – and thereby expose their own intolerance. We are seeing the worsening of a trend that the 20th century German-American philosopher Herbert Marcuse warned of back in 1965: “In endlessly dragging debates over the media,

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Know your enemy #1: The violent “progressives”

It helps when the enemy defines him- or herself, so that we know at whom to aim. Do you think that being asked to leave a restaurant, or having your meal interrupted, or being called by the public is bad? My fascism-enabling friends, this is only the beginning. . . . Rather than detail a laundry list of all the Trump outrages, I ask you simply to consider all of the very real human costs that those outrages have already inflicted on human beings in America and abroad. Some of those outrages, like ripping families apart at the border, show

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NIMBY in California???

I’m laughing my fundament off at the outraged reaction of California liberals and progressives to the news that the US Navy has identified two possibly very large illegal alien detention facilities in that state. Sites identified by the Navy include: Abandoned airfields near Mobile and Orange Beach, Alabama that could house up to 25,000 migrants. the former Naval Weapons Station Concord near San Francisco that could house an estimated 47,000. A site at Camp Pendleton California that could house up to 47,000. A potential site at the Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma, Arizona that needs further study of potential

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