Archive for the ‘ACLU’ Category

Mill District, Pittsburgh, 1940

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

grofjardanhazy:  Mill District, Pittsburgh, 1940 január Fotó: Jack Delano

During WW1, federal intelligence agencies feared that German spies were operating on American soil, and quickly expanded their operations and networks. In particular, American intelligence units thought that Pittsburgh’s Mill District was the hotbed of German spy activity. It wasn’t. There were no German spies in the Mill District. However, there were lots and lots of commies. And after American intelligence agencies infiltrated the unions – the IWW (Industrial Workers’ of the World) and other radical labour groups, they found out that under every dirty, filthy rock, a commie would appear like cockroaches running from disinfectant. Or, like a Democrat runs from the word God. Truth, go watch the democrat convention for yourself. Or watch this video.

He Doth Protest Too Much

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

It’s obvious the cop in the picture doesn’t know what he’s doing. Before you spray cooking oil on a butterball it’s always wise to wash it inside and out with cold water, then season with salt, pepper and your other spices, THEN and only then is it ready for a coating of oil.

That’s why they’re cops and not chefs, I suppose.


Monday, May 10th, 2010

Tell me again why Christianity is so ridiculous?

Important lessons in civics do not need to involve the ACLU

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Fish sticks on Tuesday, and no gays at the prom

Remember how awkward and nervous you were at your senior prom? Try being a gay student and attending. This is the trial of Constance McMillen, who now has the unfortunate task of being the one being blamed by her own school for cancellation of her senior prom:

The Itawamba County school district’s board decided Wednesday to drop the prom because of what it called recent distractions but without specifically mentioning the girl’s request, which was backed by the American Civil Liberties Union.

The student, 18-year-old high school senior Constance McMillen, said the cancellation was retaliation for her efforts to bring her girlfriend, also a student, to the April 2 dance.