NFL

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So another weekend of football came and went and found myself thinking about this topic, sports.

I spent the weekend rooting for the Houston Astros over the New York Yankees, a I have been an Astro fan for a long time.  I’ve been to a few games, including a double-header in the Astrodome.

But this wasn’t about baseball, no, it was watching sports on Sunday. Continue reading

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Superbowl

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Well, the Superbowl is upon is, the event where a large group of people watch the game.  Some for the game, others for the commercials

Personally, I watch for the game, and to get away from politics and other pressing needs.

So, this year its in Houston, and the teams are the New England Patriots vs. the Atlanta Falcons.

I have no problem with either team.  I defended Brady on social media over deflategate, and I have no problem with seeing the Falcons win either.

What I hope for is a great game, a classic game which is a nail-bitter.  I can afford to say that as I have no emotional investment in either team.  The team I root for already lost, Texans and the ones I wanted to lose have already been beaten, Cowboys and Seahawks.

So, light up the grill, have some people over, and have fun even if you don’t actually enjoy football.  Use it as an excuse to invite someone over.

Refugees

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50 years ago I would have no problem taking in the refugees and probably the discussion would exist.  So, what’s changed that we are having this discussion now?  I see several causes.

First, the problem is that as a country, we are broke.  There is no other way around it.  The current debt is close to $20 trillion.  Taking in 100,000s of refugees is not something we have the money for.

Of course the left will say take the money from this, or that group.  Problem there is we really don’t take the money, that group still spends the money, all we do is add more spending which we cannot afford. Continue reading

Chalk Writing of Trump 2016 ‘Pains’ Emory Students

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The liberals and their thin-skinned knows now bounds anymore.

At a higher place of learning the public has learned how tolerant the student body is of an opponent to what they support.

Its okay to write, in chalk, that one supports Sanders in the upcoming election.  That’s an expression of free speech after all.  But imagine the horror is someone decided to offer a counter candidate to Sanders.  Someone like Trump.

That’s what happened and the result, sadly telling of how out of touch the youth, liberal youth, are of today’s world.

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Chalk Writing of Trump 2016 ‘Pains’ Emory Students

Samuel L Jackson

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This time around for the US Presidential election people like Samuel L. Jackson have a tougher time defending who they are voting for.

Recall in 2012 in a Huffington article where Jackson said the following:

I voted for Barack because he was black. Cause that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them.

http://www.conservativeme.com/?p=1159

Pay Equality

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Pay equality is one of those theories the liberals toss about.  Let’s make everyone equal.

Its a simple message to the masses, and one which they defend by calling anyone whose against it greedy.  However the reality took a huge slap in the face recently.

A small credit company decided to do this, make everyone’s pay equal, including the CEOs, Dan Price.  He would drop from over a million to the same pay that everyone else got, $70,000.

Liberals and democrats across the nation hailed him as a hero.  Someone looking out for the little guy.  But is he?

http://www.conservativeme.com/?p=1147