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There are Four Million Refugees from Syria’s Civil War.

November 14, 2015

If one percent of them are with ISIS, that’s 40,000 terrorists, concealed among the refugees who’re being invited to major cities throughout the Western World, including these United States.

9/11 was carried out by 20 terrorists. What are 40,000 terrorists capable of?

Read The Whole Thing

November 12, 2015

A dean of something called “Claremont McKenna College” has resigned.

If you do one thing before you die, you must read the student newspaper’s reporting on the topic. Read. The. Whole. Thing.

UPDATE: Not nearly as funny as the article, but the editors of the paper are making it clear that they don’t agree with the “student” “protestors.”

Ted Cruz’s Best Asset…

November 12, 2015

…is this one:

He is an excellent debater, and he simply doesn’t make tactical or rhetorical mistakes.

Hillary Clinton is a known entity. But the Republican nominee will need to make an impression. That will happen at the debates; The sort of voters who decide elections will see Hillary and Cruz side by side, and decide who they’ll vote for.

Not only would Cruz do very well in a debate against Hillary, he would also make the case for real conservatism, on national TV, in a forum where the Lying Liberal Media would not be able to stop him from speaking, misquote him, or rebut his words. That would be a great evening.

A Serious Racial Disparity at Mizzou

November 12, 2015

On the football team:

Asians and Latinos are not adequately represented on the football team. Why is that? Were they even seriously recruited? Was there any cultural outreach even attempted? Mentoring? Tutoring? Are such imbalances true of the basketball team as well? Based on the racial composition of the campus, is the football or basketball team more or less representative of the campus community than, say, the faculty?

Even whites (e.g., 52 percent of the team?) seem underrepresented according to the doctrine of proportional representation. Why is a prestigious sports team alone exempt from affirmative action — as if so-called “merit” is suddenly a paramount, tangible, and definable quality in only this instance?

Disparate-impact theory long ago, we were told, shredded the ossified notion of benign unintended overrepresentation of one racial group over another in a given instance, defended by supposedly bogus notions of individual merit.

Once sports teams, both professional and college, start joining the argument outside of sports for proportional representation, de facto quotas, and more diversity, should they be the first to suffer the consequences of their own ideology?.

While the sports teams exhibit extreme racial disparities, Mizzou itself is very representative of Missouri as a whole. For instance, Hispanics comprise 3% of the student body, comparable to their 3.6% of the state population. And 7% of Mizzou students are black, compared with 11% of Missourians.

In fact, given Mizzou’s extremely high acceptance rate (86%), just about anyone with a pulse will be admitted, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, national origin, religion, or sexual orientation. Meanwhile, the football team seems to be a hotbed of racial discrimination.

Unelected Judges Save Nation From Elected President

November 9, 2015

God Tries Again, But…

November 9, 2015

Pro-Borders Party Wins in…

November 8, 2015

Croatia this time, continuing the sudden European love affair with borders.

God Trips Marxist Pope…

November 7, 2015

Meanwhile, in Britain…

November 6, 2015

Compare these two facts in the country that gave us the Magna Carta:

  • Aborting a baby because it has Down Syndrome is an act beyond condemnation.
  • But posting the following words on Facebook will get you six months in jail:

    “anyone born with down [sic] syndrome should be put down”

As regular PoliPundit readers know, I’m an immigrant. One of the reasons I came to the US is that it is the only country in the world where you cannot go to jail for expressing an opinion.

For now. How long before an ultra-liberal president appoints enough ultra-liberal Supreme Court justices to “interpret” the Constitution to allow prison terms for people who say distasteful things?

Proved: A Stopped Clock is Right Twice a Day

November 4, 2015

Bernie Sanders introduces first-ever Senate bill to legalize marijuana.

Other countries are further ahead – Uruguay already has legal pot, and Mexico’s Supreme Court seems to be dragging Mexicans in that direction against their will.

Since a solid majority of Americans now supports legalizing marijuana, a couple of dozen states will likely do so in the next few years. So I predict that, in 2021, an American federal bill to legalize marijuana might actually be passed by Congress and signed into law by a second-term president who doesn’t have to worry about the backlash.

Poll: If the Republican Primary Were Held Today, Who Would You Vote For?

November 2, 2015

UPDATE: This poll is now closed.

If the Republican primary were held today, who would you vote for?

  • Ted Cruz (41%, 32 Votes)
  • Donald Trump (23%, 18 Votes)
  • Marco Rubio (21%, 16 Votes)
  • Ben Carson (5%, 4 Votes)
  • Carly Fiorina (4%, 3 Votes)
  • Jeb Bush (3%, 2 Votes)
  • John Kasich (3%, 2 Votes)
  • Rand Paul (1%, 1 Votes)
  • Chris Christie (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Bobby Jindal (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Lindsey Graham (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 78

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How An Armed Black Man in a Hoodie “Survived” a Traffic Stop

November 2, 2015

Quote of the Day

November 2, 2015

House “Freedom” Caucus chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH), on why we need to import tens of millions of poor, low-skilled, undereducated, non-English-speaking, socialist Third Worlders:

“I hear from all kinds of employers, they say they can’t find people to work. And one of the reasons they cite… is that there’s a number of people who can’t pass the drug screen.”

We Americans aren’t just too lazy to do the “jobs Americans won’t do.” We’re a bunch of drug-addled junkies!

How to Argue That The Lying Liberal Media is Really Liberal

October 31, 2015

Clueless Liberal: Man, I can’t believe people are beating up on CNBC. The corporate media aren’t liberal at all.

You: What’s the most important newspaper in the country, that sets the coverage agenda for the rest of the media?

CL: The New York Times, of course. But The Times is a very objective paper.

Y: When was the last time The Times endorsed a Republican for president over a Democrat?

CL: Ummm… I don’t know.

Y: 1956.

CL: What does that have to do with anything? The editorial pages are completely separate from the news pages.

Y: So, if a newspaper had only endorsed Republicans for the last 60 years, you’d still argue that it could be unbiased?

CL: Maybe.

Y: Can you name a single such newspaper?

CL: No, but I’m sure there are some.

Y: I rest my case.

We Predict, They Comply

October 29, 2015

PoliPundit, before Trevor Noah replaced Jon Stewart as the host of the Daily Show:

If what happened with The Colbert Report is any kind of indicator, Stewart’s audience (like Stewart himself) is very RACIST, and will desert The Daily Show because it will be hosted by a black man.

As if on cue, the RACIST Daily Show audience has welcomed Noah with plummeting ratings.