Still Against Abortion, Regardless of What You Think

Still Against Abortion, Regardless of What You Think

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I was browsing around the Internet and somehow found myself on the official website of a South African dance group that I listened to twenty years ago.  Predictably, the female member is totally pro abortion.  The page in question is here, and you’ll have to scroll down to see her comments on abortion, since she doesn’t know how to blog, I guess.

She has a questionnaire for those of us who are pro-life.  I do not call myself pro-life because I am not against the death penalty.  I am strictly anti-abortion, because it is the ending of an innocent life.

Oh, and before she demanded that all pro-lifers answer this questionnaire, she had this to say about abortion:

“I do feel that abortion is the ending of a life, rather than just a medical event. And, I am totally pro free, safe abortion for anyone who asks.

Okay, here is the questionnaire, and my answers.

1) How many ‘unwanted’ children have you adopted?

I have not adopted any children as of yet, because I am not financially capable of caring for a child.  I would like to adopt someday, however.  I feel that this is responsible.  If I were to fall pregnant, I would, however, have the child and I would probably raise the child myself.  Adopting is not like going to the store and purchasing an item.  Adopting in the US is apparently very expensive.  I can barely pay my student loans.  I certainly cannot afford to pay adoption fees.
2) How many children have you fostered?

See previous question.  I am not financially able to care for anyone but myself, unfortunately.  Deliberately fostering a child or adopting a child when I have so much debt would be irresponsible.
3) How many single teenage mothers who are not blood relatives have you taken into your home for a full year or more?

I don’t know any personally. I also don’t own a home, and I live with someone else.  It would be up to them as to whether or not I could take in a single teenage mother.  If I did own a home, I would.  I might not be able to pay for a lot of her expenses, but I’d let her live in my home for a year and try to help her get on her feet, or finish school.
4) How many hours per week do you spend volunteering at a facility for abused/abandoned children?

How many hours per week do you spend volunteering anywhere?  You’re awfully self-righteous.

I work for a living.  That’s my contribution.
5) What percentage of your annual income do you routinely donate to facilities for abused/abandoned children?

What percentage of your annual income do you routinely donate to any facility for anything whatsoever?  Tell me where you’ve volunteered and how much you’ve donated.  And it has to be for abused/abandoned children, not some abortion organization.  If you care so much about children, focus on helping children that are already alive, and stop focusing on killing innocent children.

All of this is irrelevant, because, as you just said, abortion is taking a life.  Absolutely nothing justifies taking a life short of murder.

I don’t like not being financially able to adopt children.  I am not proud of it.  But it’s reality.  I make sure I don’t get pregnant, and I don’t engage in any activity that might result in a pregnancy because right now, I cannot afford kids.  That’s the smart thing to do.  If you can’t afford contraception, you should refrain from any activity that might result in pregnancy.  That’s the smart thing to do.  But feminists like you are not interested in doing the smart thing.  Instead, you think with your cunt.

She finishes off with this:

Unless they can answer at least “one” (or more) to at least one (or more) of these five questions, as far as I am concerned they are not actually ‘pro-life’ but merely pro their own self-righteousness, and would be doing the world a great favour if they just went home and picked their noses instead.”

Sorry, but no.  You don’t get to tell me what to do, unless you’re interested in paying off all my student loans.  Then I might shut up about politics…maybe.  No guarantees.  Besides, I answered them, so therefore I have the right to speak up.

This woman, called Levannah, is just as self-righteous as she thinks pro-lifers are.  Perhaps more.  She expects us all to take in all the orphans of the world, regardless of our ability to actually care for them, simply because she’s fucking hooked on the “make them live up to their own rules” Alinsky tactic.

Besides, these arguments have no bearing on whether or not abortion is bad.  Instead, it’s nothing more than a logical fallacy – an ad hominem attack, an appeal to motive.  Instead of debating the merits of abortion, you attack your opponent.  Your logic is literally as follows:  “abortion must be good because pro-lifers are hypocrites who don’t care about the children we couldn’t kill in the womb.  They don’t care about those children because they don’t adopt all of them.”

But you yourself said that abortion is the taking of a life.  Whether I have adopted children or not does not change the fact that abortion is the taking of a life, nor does it have any impact on the validity of abortion whatsoever.

Plenty of pro-lifers have taken in the so-called ‘unwanted’ of the world.  She’d know that if she did any research whatsoever.

Oh, and one more thing. I used an image of a black baby because black babies are being slaughtered by Planned Parenthood, an organization founded by Margaret Sanger, who was, to put it bluntly, a racist bitch.  There are literally less black people in the United States thanks to Planned Parenthood.  No, I will never, ever, EVER fucking support Planned Parenthood nor will I ever support abortion.

To reiterate:  if you “feel” that abortion is taking a life, then your questions are complete and utter bullshit, and do not justify the taking of that life.  Call me self-righteous all you want.  I’ll just call you a selfish, genocidal murderer because that is precisely what you are.  I’ll take being self-righteous over that any day.

Never Apologize

Never Apologize

Sigh. I’m sure you’ve heard about this perfectly innocuous tweet by Laura Ingraham:

And, of course, Little Shit (that’s what I’m going to call him) lost his mind, got butthurt and whined to his backers at Media Matters to target Laura Ingraham’s advertisers. Her advertisers, grateful for the opportunity to sabotage another conservative and avoid any counterboycotts from right-wingers, quickly folded.

Caving to the pressure, she fucking apologized.

You never apologize to these people. EVER. Has she not learned from Donald Trump? You don’t apologize to liberals, and you certainly don’t apologize for telling the truth!

And I am absolutely not down with these hand-wringing conservatives (more like cuckservatives) boo-hooing about how she shouldn’t have said what hse said. Yes she absolutely fucking should have, because she was right and it was her right to do so. Nobody should have to lose their job over speaking their mind. That is grotesque and flat out wrong.

What she said was incredibly mild compared to what Little Shit has said:

So yeah, looks like Little Shit can dish it but he can’t take it. This is rather distrubing, though. This boycott of Laura Ingraham didn’t come from her stance on gun control (she’s against it, since she’s a conservative and all), but because she mildly taunted his stupid ass about not getting into all of the colleges he applied for. If he didn’t want anyone talking shit about his getting rejected from college, he shouldn’t have posted it on his Twitter feed. You make something public, it becomes fair game. Furthermore, I don’t see him apologizing for the shit he’s said about Marco Rubio, Dana Loesch and all Republicans.

Also, I would have gone further and mentioned that he likely didn’t get into those colleges because he’s white. That would have triggered him and his henchmen even more, which would have been more fun to watch.

Unfortunately, Laura Ingraham bent over and basically begged for punishment by apologizing to Little Shit, who, obviously, didn’t accept her apology because he has no class, manners or character. This is yet another reason why you don’t apologize.

She’s lost over a dozen sponsers for her show, and the left is crowing over this victory. It doesn’t say anything good about them when this stupid kid is so thin-skinned that he wants to ruin someone’s life simply because they said something less than nice.

Whitey must always be the bad guy

Whitey must always be the bad guy

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Well, well, well.  I guess Keira Drake’s (revised) novel will finally released this month.  I’ve been trying to get the “racist” copy of the novel but to no avail.  However, the Washington Post has published a little bit of the original, and compared it with the revised version in their report on the drama involving The Continent, Keira Drake’s debut novel.

First of all, let me state that I really cannot stand the Washington Post’s page design.  The quotes are blurred or obscured and are revealed as I scroll, then are obscured again as they scroll out of view.  Stupid.  The article, “How Keira Drake rewrote The Continent is quite revealing.  I would have posted an archive.is link, but the Washington Post are staffed full of assholes.  Rest assured, I made a PDF copy of the article and I sent it to my Kindle, AND I made an ePub copy of it thanks to an extension called dotepub, so I have several copies now, in case they change something or delete it or – and this is far likelier – put it behind a paywall.  Hey, you never know.

I’ve written about this before, and I am not sure if I actually predicted that this would happen, but I know I thought to myself, “they’re gonna make the bad guys white.”  And they did.

So it was never really about racism, it was about how brown people are always victims and never the victimizers.  If the antagonists being brown skinned is racist, how is changing them to be white people any less racist?  The notion that making a group of people the antagonists is somehow racist is utterly absurd anyway.

The author not only made the bad guys white and the good tribe brown, but also made the main character mixed race so as to avoid the white savior trope or the dark-skinned aggressor trope.

Okay, so let me get this straight – we’re not allowed to stereotype “marginalized” people.  But we are allowed to stereotype white people.  From where I sit, that’s still fucking racist.  Let me repeat that in bold:  that’s still fucking racist.

The author and the publishers fail by their own standards.  They just rearranged the deck chairs on the Titanic, but the ship is still fucking sinking.  It’s still racist by their flimsy, idiotic standards.

Oh, wait, that’s incorrect.  They’re racist by any intelligent person’s standards.  They are absolved of their racism due to the idiotic notion that only people in “power” can be racist.  This notion that black people or whoever don’t have any “institutional power” is complete bullshit and they know it.

This sorry situation only makes me that much more determined to self-publish my novel.  I’m having a hell of a time editing it because as of right now, it’s well over 300,000 words.  I cringe every time I think about it.  I am also angry with myself because the antagonist alien race in my novel are tall white humanoids.  However, I’m going to leave it like that, and when you read the novel, you’ll know why.  I promise, you’ll love it, especially given the Weinstein affair.

I still have her book preordered, although I could have sworn it said it would be released next year, not this year.  It might have been a glitch on GoodReads or something, because I remember looking at it and seeing the 2019 release date and going, “damn, they pushed it forward a third time?  Why not just cancel it and be done with it?”

Let this be a lesson for everyone – the SJWs will never be satisfied.  Never.  There’s no point in pleasing them – you’re only wasting your time.

EDIT:  Unf, there’s MORE!  The Vulture has republished an article (archive.is) originally published in the New York Magazine and it also has more information.  Also, more utter bullcrap so it really deserves its own post.  I might fisk it.  Oh, and some Native Americans (archive.is) are still not happy with the revised version.  As I said, they will never, ever be satisfied.

A note about charity

A note about charity

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Leftists love bitching about Christian hypocrisy.  One of their favorite things to whine about is how we Christians supposedly hate the poor, and refuse to help the poor, even though the Bible commands us to care for the poor, etc.

I am going to start off with 2 Thessalonians 3:10:

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I love the YouVersion Bible app.  I’ve been using it a while, and I can make nice graphics like the one above.  Anyway, I think this verse is pretty straightforward.  Lazy people who refuse to work will suffer the consequences, and the consequences of that is that they do not eat.  When we conservatives complain about welfare programs and such, we’re not condemning all poor people.  Rather, we’re complaining about the kind of people that stay on welfare, make bad decisions that necessitate their continued reliance on welfare, and their refusal to do anything to get off of welfare.  A lot of people do not pay income tax – however, not all people who pay income tax are billionaires or even millionaires.  Those people making, say, under $500,000 a year are not one-percent high rollers bathing in champagne and driving expensive cars, etc.  They often have plenty of expenses of their own, and here’s the important part:  they work.  They often work pretty hard.  They’re not Mark Zuckerberg/Warren Buffet/Bill Gates/George Soros rich.  Not even Hollywood actor rich.  Their taxes are probably high too, and it’s not just income tax I’m talking about.

I think they have the right to complain.  Furthermore, many leftists seem to think that these people don’t contribute to charity or perform charitable acts.  Many of them do.  In fact, the American people are among the most generous on earth with the amount of money each individual contributes to charity every year (and yes, I’ll give them credit even if they use such contributions as a tax write-off).

I believe that personal, private charity is best.  Leftists don’t, because they think that welfare should be perpetual and eternal.  Yes, they have actually complained that private charity doesn’t last long enough.  That’s the point, though.  It’s not supposed to last your whole life.  It’s supposed to help you get back on your feet.  Welfare, Section 8 housing, WIC, Food Stamps, Medicaid – all of that is designed to “help” a person for life, basically.  Maybe not outright, but many of the people using it find a way to get those benefits for life (and don’t get me started on the illegals committing identity theft and fraud to gain access to those benefits).

The Bible is indeed pretty tough on the “rich” but I believe that when it says “rich” it really means greedy assholes that don’t care about anyone but themselves and their material wealth.  I found Proverbs 29:7 pretty interesting:

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The left believes that we are the wicked that do not care about the poor.  This is flat out false.  We DO care about the poor, but we have different ideas as to what would best help the poor.  Government programs, in my opinion, do not do much to help the poor.  The programs the left loves so much enable people and are impersonal.

It’s better to serve in a soup kitchen, serving meals (or even making them) for the homeless than to vote Democrat and go, “well, this person will keep the Food Stamps program coming.”  Does the leftist in question spend any additional time thinking about the nameless and faceless people his vote supposedly helps?  No, but the person serving in the soup kitchen can look at the people they’re helping.  They can greet the person as they serve them a meal, ask them how they’re doing, and ask if there’s anything else they can do for that person.  This is what those Jesus Freaks they despise so much do all the time.

For most leftists, it’s pretty obvious that all they do is vote Democrat, and that’s where their “charity” ends.  The only other charitable groups they donate to or spend time with are leftist pet projects, like gay rights, trans rights, abortion rights, racist nonsense like Black Lives Matter and anything else that will promote the Democrat agenda.  None of those “charitable” groups have anything to do with helping anyone other than Democrats and their endless quest for power and control.

Of course, I might get whiny comments from leftists saying that they DO indeed volunteer in soup kitchens and homeless shelters and such, but so what?  They clearly didn’t give us Christians the benefit of the doubt.  Or rather, us Christian Republicans.  It’s not nice, is it, when people make sweeping generalizations of you?  Now you know how I feel.

As I said, Republicans do not hate the poor.  We don’t appreciate lazy people, and we have different ideas on helping the poor.  We expect that everyone, even the poor, take responsibility for their own lives.  That, after all, is part and parcel of freedom, which is something we dearly cherish.

Islamic Terrorism Is Real, Just So You Know

Islamic Terrorism Is Real, Just So You Know

So, according to the left, Islamic terrorism isn’t real. Or acknowledging it is Islamo-hatred or Islamophobia.

This wretched slop of shit hosted at the Daily Beast (I used an archive link, so they don’t get any revenue, and in case the piece is deleted) accuses Pamela Geller of being an Islam-hating beeotch, or something, and takes great pains to inform you of her social-media darling daughters.

I had no idea she even had daughters. Yes, apparently her daughters are all very active on social media (mostly Instagram) and are pretty successful…and none of them even so much as mention their connection to Pamela Geller in passing. Her daughters avoid mentioning any association with her, and they never appear with her in pictures.

The author of that stupid post obviously wants to believe it’s because the girls are embarrassed to have Pamela Geller for a mother, and that they vehemently disagree with her politics. Then the author cites the handful of political posts the girls have made, and it’s pretty obvious that they’re at least moderately right-wing.

Interestingly enough, the author never mentions this one simple fact: Pamela Geller, regardless of how you feel about her activism, has gotten death threats for the things she’s said and done. I don’t care what you think of her politics – she does not deserve death threats, and she’s gotten plenty of them. She even wrote a book about it – it’s called Fatwa: Hunted in America and was published by Milo Yiannopolous’s Dangerous Books.

So it’s no surprise that Geller and her daughters avoid associating with each other in public. If anything, it might very well have been Geller’s idea, if only to protect her daughters from getting death threats, or god forbid being kidnapped by ISIS and tortured or killed for propaganda purposes.

I bet the bitch hag author knows this, and decided to publish the names and account handles of Geller’s daughters solely so some ISIS bastard can kidnap one of them and teach that Islam-hating Geller a lesson or two. That’s how these scumbags roll, after all.

Oh, and it gets worse. According to Fox News, they lost the online talk show they used to have. And, predictably, the scumbag leftists have been harassing them on Twitter and Instagram. You can see some of the tweets at Breitbart. Why the left gets to pull this shit and get away with it is utterly beyond me. It also makes me so fucking angry.

You must pay tribute

You must pay tribute

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Sheep.  That’s all they want in Hollywood.

So the left is whining about Taylor Swift’s alleged “aggressive whiteness” and the reason she is so “aggressively” white is because she has, so far, not denounced Trump.  Info Wars has a story on this, if you want to read it.

As Alex Jones said, it’s like the music industry – and the entertainment industry as a whole – is a creepy cult.  Just a few years ago celebrities weren’t required to pay tribute to leftist orthodoxy.  One could be apolitical and it would be fine.  Now, however, that isn’t the case.  Your very silence is tacit support for Trump.

Gee, weren’t they whining about Bush’s “if you’re not with us, you’re against us” line from several years ago?  And now here they are, practicing the same damn thing in believing that if you aren’t calling Trump an orange baboon barbarian neanderthal, you must be a supporter who hates blacks and Mexicans and wamen or whatever.  Yes, I said “wamen” because at this point, that’s what feminists are – whiny women.  (Handy definition of the word ‘wamen’)

The entertainment industry is the propaganda arm of the Democrat party and the globalists around the world.  They’re all enraged that Hillary didn’t become the first female president, and they’ve been lashing out at everyone and everything.  They’ve adopted the stark black/white morality that they used to hate so much.  If you aren’t with Hillary/Democrats/globalists/progressves then you are evil, even if you don’t express explicit support for the dreaded ‘other’ (in this case, Trump, the alt right and the Republicans).

Taylor Swift clearly doesn’t care, as she’s still hugely successful anyway.  Most of her peers in the industry are smart enough to leave her alone about it.  Perhaps they know her views on politics.  She’s too successful for them to jettison her out of their circle just yet.  I also think she’s probably a leftist or a centrist, but that she doesn’t harbor the insane hatred most of Hollywood has for anyone that isn’t exactly like them.  She used to be friends with Lena Dunham, called herself a feminist in the past and last year she tweeted support for the stupid Women’s March, but did not attend.  She didn’t attend this year, nor did she even bother to mention it, which has the feminazi wamen all in a tizzy.

She also has a lot of weird fans that like to pretend that she’s some secret Nazi or white supremacist, and they make memes of her dressed up as a Nazi or something.  She has no real control over her fanbase – nobody does, really – so I don’t understand why she is at fault for what some randoms on the Internet do.  Nothing she has said or done has indicated that she’s a neo-Nazi or white supremacist.  She also hasn’t said anything to indicate that she’s a right-winger or a Trump supporter.  She just doesn’t talk about politics.

The left loves bragging about the amount of celebrities they “have” on their “side” as if that meant anything at all.  Hint:  it doesn’t.  In fact, it’s even more meaningless now that they’re openly hounding a pop singer into spouting their (empty, bullshit) rhetoric.  It’s obvious that a lot of this whole FUCK REPUBLICANS AND CHRISTIANS AND STRAIGHT WHITE MALES AND TRUMP REEEEEE garbage is nothing more than virtue signaling on the part of celebtards who wish to retain their fame and fortune.  Half of them probably don’t give a shit one way or the other, but have to repeat the mantra in order to keep their careers.

That says it all, really.

MAGA 2020 & Beyond Week-long Sale

MAGA 2020 & Beyond Week-long Sale

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Just a quick note – MAGA 2020 & Beyond is on sale this week, to commemorate the inaguration of President Trump.  The Kindle edition is $2.99 as of this writing, and the paperback edition is $11.99.

Oh, and back in November I did a roundtable with Superversive Press.  My contribution is near the end of the conversation, but the whole thing is worth listening to.

My story is called “The Man in the Bubble” and it’s the least science-fiction story in the anthology as far as I can tell, but I’m still pretty proud of it.

The left has officially lost their minds

The left has officially lost their minds

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A porn star named August Ames – who was only 23 years old – has committed suicide after getting a shitload of harassment and hatred on Twitter for being, according to the left, too choosy and discriminatory about her sex partners.  In other words, she claimed she didn’t want to perform with a certain porn star because he had done gay porn, and according to what I’ve read online, gay porn does not have the same kind of testing standards regarding STDs that the straight porn industry has. You can read about it here.  The above is the offending tweet.

(Warning:  bad language and thoughts that will be highly offensive to hypocritical and overly-sensitive liberals)

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The Biggest Misconceptions about Republicans and the Right

The Biggest Misconceptions about Republicans and the Right

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Okay, I am sick of the media and other leftists lying about the Right, so I am here to set the record straight.

We’re anti-immigration

It really depends on who you’re talking to. There’s some within the alt-right that want all immigration halted. There’s neocon dweebies within the Republican establishment that want open borders and amnesty simply because they like the cheap labor.

However, the vast majority of us are strictly against what is called illegal immigration. If you overstay your visa, you’ve illegally immigrated to this country. If you crossed into the border from Mexico or Canada without beginning the process (which starts by submitting a petition to our government) then you are an illegal immigrant.

However, if you’ve done the immigration process and took your oath to become a citizen, we have no problem with you. You cannot be deported because you are a citizen. Only those that remain in this country without a valid visa, green card or actual citizenship are the ones that would get deported.

The media loves to conflate legal immigrants with illegal immigrants, and this is because it serves the whole “Republicans are bigots” narrative. No, we aren’t bigots. We just don’t appreciate arrogant, entitled lawbreakers living in our country.

We’re racist

No, we aren’t. Yes, most Republicans are white. So what? Statistically, that will always be the case simply because whites are still the majority race in this country. That does not mean that all whites or even a sizable majority of whites are racist. That, in and of itself, is racist.

Yes, black, Asian, Hispanic and other non-white Republicans exist. I am one of them. I’ve been a Republican all my adult life. I am not voting against my best interests because the Democrats have absolutely nothing to offer me. My interests include a strong national defense, a healthy and prosperous economy, small, efficient government and lots of personal liberty combined with personal responsibility. I have no interest in living on welfare, in Section 8 housing or feeding myself using food stamps. I don’t need reparations from white people. I do not need to be protected from white people. I do not need nor do I want affirmative action. I do not need the government to address any grievances I have because I’m a big girl who can take care of herself.

It’s interesting how the left attacks us for wanting to either reform entitlement programs, believing that we only want to do so because we’re racist (since, according to their logic, blacks and Hispanics use those programs more than anybody), and yet on occasion, they love to point out to us that a lot of white people use those programs too.

The race and ethnicity of the people using those programs is irrelevant. If they become too expensive or ineffective, they either must be reformed or they must be scrapped. That has nothing to do with wanting brown people to starve.

There are a handful of people on the Right – mostly alt-righters – who do have nothing but contempt for blacks and Hispanics (usually citing genetics, crime rates and average IQ), but they are hardly the majority.

We hate women

No, we do not. We don’t like feminazis. Or militant feminists, if you prefer. We don’t like the kind of feminists that blame all men for all the ills of the world. We don’t like unrealistic portrayals of women (please. A woman, no matter how tall and muscular, cannot go all kung-fu on a group of men. Just, no.) We don’t like man haters.

Furthermore, not all Republicans think women should remain eternally barefoot and pregnant. Some – in fact, many Republicans will tell you that a mother is better off staying home and taking care of their children, and they’ll usually cite a lot of statistics at you to back up their beliefs. That doesn’t mean they think women are somehow inferior to men – they believe that a mother’s nurturing nature is important for the raising of children.

Some Republican women, however, do work, even if they have children. My mother was one of them. She worked throughout my childhood and through most of my adulthood until she got sick. When my baby brother (who is now a teen; he’ll be sixteen this year. Time really flies by) was born, she took time off from work to care for him while he was an infant, then went back to work and then eventually had to go on disability once her health deteriorated. She is now trying to get back to work.

But yeah, plenty of Republican women work. Some do it because they like to, and some work out of necessity. We Republicans believe that it’s okay for a woman to work, and that it’s okay for a woman to stay home. It’s a choice every family has to make for themselves. None of us advocate making it illegal for a woman to work.

I work. I do not have children and I am not married, so I have to work. If and when I get married, I might, or I might not. I am grateful that I have the opportunity and right to decide.

I do not label myself a feminist because I believe abortion is abhorrent and evil. There are some Republican women who are pro-choice, but most of us are pro-life. I simply call myself anti-abortion because I have no problem with the death penalty.

Speaking of abortion…

We hate abortion because we want to punish women for liking sex

Um, no. NO. You’d think that, wouldn’t you? Abortion ends a life – it kills a human being at the most vulnerable stage of life. We hate abortion because it’s wrong. We see it as murder and there’s a lot of scientific data to support our position.

We do not hold this position in order to control women or punish women.

We want to restrict access to contraception or ban it outright

Okay, no Republican has ever wanted to ban contraception – certainly not within the past twenty years.

Expecting you to pay for something is not “restricting” or “denying” access. So, if I expect you to pay for a MacBook Pro am I denying you access to a MacBook Pro? How is that any different from contraception? And if you’re going to say “it’s because I need birth control pills and can’t afford them” I’m going to reply, “well, you need food and water far more than you need birth control pills, so why aren’t you whining about being expected to pay for apples at Walmart is tantamount to being denied access to healthy food?”

One of my biggest problems with Obamacare was the HHS mandate that contraception had to be covered. In fact, a lot of stupid stuff was mandated for every single plan sold through the marketplace, which drove up premium costs. A single man should not have to pay for contraceptions or maternity care, especially for the latter. But under Obamacare, he has to. It’s utterly ludicrous.

You cannot call yourself a fierce, independent woman whilst depending on total strangers to subsidize your sex life. You simply can’t. I don’t want to subsidize your contraception. I do not believe that other people should be forced to subsidize your contraception, especially if they believe that contraception is bad.

We’re anti-science

For the trillionth time, NO WE AREN’T. First of all, stop acting as if climate change/global warming/global cooling/catastrophe that we need to use to scare people into paying more taxes or whatever the hell they’re calling it this week constitutes the entirety of science, because it doesn’t.

It’s cute how it’s gone from global warming to climate change. Kind of like how abortion is magically transformed into “reproductive rights” or “women’s health” and such. The whole “Republicans don’t believe in climate change” is a straw man so that leftists can crow “see, conservatives are STUPID because they deny science!”

We never said that climate change isn’t happening. We said, at first, that there was no scientific evidence to prove that human activity was making the planet get hotter. Now we’re saying that there’s no scientific evidence to prove that human activity is causing the climate to change. The climate will change regardless, and we have little to no control over it. It’s changed before and it will change again until our planet is destroyed (probably by our sun swelling up into a red giant – Mercury, Venus and Earth will simply be in the way, and we’ll be swallowed up or torn into pieces).

Our stance on climate change doesn’t mean that we hate the environment or animals. In fact, I personally hate littering. I hate seeing garbage along the highway or in parking lots or anywhere else, really. I abhor littering so much that I’d rather stuff my napkins in my purse or pocket than drop it on the ground. I bet a great deal of these stupid climate change alarmists aren’t that dedicated to avoiding litter.

Furthermore, I love science (and history). I love astronomy in particular. I love reading about planets, stars, galaxies, black holes, dark matter, quasars, pulsars, novas and supernovas. It’s fascinating. I even like reading about evolution on occasion, and how fascinating it is that humans and animals have evolved thanks to our environment.

But the climate change thing…if you look really hard, and get past all the bullshit propaganda, you’ll find that there isn’t really that much to worry about. The planet is not dramatically warming up. We aren’t going to become Venus anytime soon.

Even if this were true, where are the solutions? Surely someone would have come up with something by now, but the only solution is to tax wealthy countries in the West to financially compensate third-world countries. If we haven’t found the Great Solution to climate change, what makes you think that extra money will suddenly enable these third-world countries to prepare themselves for the supposed calamity?

And why haven’t Hollywood actors started living as if the Great Calamity is going to happen tomorrow? They spew lots of carbon dioxide. They probably use hundreds of gallons of water each month, they probably wear leather, they drive ordinary gas guzzlers, they eat meat, and they have multiple homes all over the world that use shitloads of electricity, yet, ZOMG WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE TOMORROW!!!

You know those televangelists you keep rolling your eyes at? You know, the ones like Jack Van Impe, who keep predicting doom that only Jesus Christ can save you from? Yeah, that’s how I view Al Gore and Leonardo DiCaprio. A bunch of Jerry Falwells and Jack Van Impes all over the TV, begging us to send some money so they can keep preaching the Gospel. And, to be honest, I have a hell of a lot more respect for televangelists than I do these lousy environmental hypocrites.

Your Enviro-preachers don’t even take their own message seriously. Why should I, or anyone else for that matter? And if you’re going to say, “well, the message is just that important!” Then I will say, “Well, Jesus Christ still died on the cross for your sins. It doesn’t matter if Catholic priests molestsed children and it doesn’t matter if Jim Bakker fucked some secretary while still married to Tammy and preaching the Gospel on TV. Jesus didn’t do any of those things, so their actions don’t invalidate His message.”

But you won’t become a Christian nor will you ever show any respect and common decency to Christians, but you’ll still expect me and everyone else to give up our money and liberty to fight climate change. That makes you a hypocrite.

Happy MAGA Day!

Happy MAGA Day!

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Update 11/13/17:  MAGA 2020 & Beyond has been mentioned on PJ Media.  Any press will be added to this post.  I am very excited for this!


I’ve had a really rough week, but today is a momentous day for me.  Sure, I got into my first really nasty fight on Gab, and I feel deeply ashamed about how I acted (but I am not ashamed of the opinions I expressed), and it made me supremely depressed because it happened so close to today, but…that was two days ago, and despite some electoral setbacks, we’re still doing pretty well.

So, today MAGA 2020 & Beyond has been released.  It is also the one year anniversary of Trump’s Presidential victory.  I am now, officially, a published author.  Yay!  The publisher of the anthology, Superversive Press, made the above graphic to celebrate.  Each story has its own graphic, and the one above is mine.  Now that I think about it, I wish I had submitted a better-written blurb, but oh well.  I’ve never been any good at sales pitches or whatever.

I haven’t gotten around to reading all the stories yet, but I am excited to do so.  Also, Milo Yiannopolous wrote the foreward!  I am seriously excited about this.

So, this anthology got its start at another publisher, Horrified Press.  It was called Trumptopia, and was supposed to be a counterpart to another anthology called Trumpocalypse.  I actually bought Trumpocalypse for some truly stupid reason.  It should be worth a few laughs.  A great deal of conservative writers were excited to submit a story, and I went ahead and did so.

Then the publisher presented the artwork for the book cover.

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Now, I am definitely no artist.  However, this cover was the exact opposite of what I, and my fellow conservative authors thought Trumptopia was going to be about.  It was supposed to be a pro-Trump anthology.  In fact, back in July, right as they revamped the project, they even said as much.

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Once they got a look at that cover, they were shocked and said, “no.”  Our idea of a Trumptopia does not include severed heads in jars hidden behind a freaking curtain.  The authors complained and the project fell apart.  This happened in a very short amount of time, because I only found out about it after it had all been said and done.  I had been at work – I came home and boom – the project was cancelled.  I was very disappointed and contemplated publishing the story on my own when Superversive Press stepped in.

Horrified Press is still taking submissions for their anthology, but now it’s basically anti-Trump:

“Trumptopian Horror – Oxymoron? We think not. Think of it as the ultimate challenge in penning horror fiction (or is it? fiction that is.) America’s great again, while the rest of the world’s in chaos (nonvetted refugees), or an America that treats illegal immigrants as Iraq, North Korea, or China would. A revamped space race under Elon Musk with government backing (what might we find out there). America becomes a financial Logan’s Run? I don’t know, use your imaginations folks. This will be fun. Make horror fiction great again. We’ll build Trumptopia and the Harlequin romance novels will pay for it.Trust me…. this thing’s going to be Yuuuuuuge.”

Doesn’t sound pro-Trump to me.  You can look at their Facebook post on the subject here.  As I said, it is not pro-Trump in the least.  They think we want to treat illegal immigrants the way they do in despotic countries.  We want nothing of the sort – we just want them to go back to their home countries.  They assume that America being great means everyone else suffers.  Typical globalist bullshit.  The Facebook post is dated October 29.  Note the difference between what they said in July, and what they’re saying now.

Anyway, they’re still accepting submissions for the revamped Trumptopia while ours is already done and published.

So there you have it.  That’s how this all happened, and I truly commend the team at Superversive Press for getting this off the ground so quickly.

As for my story…I criticize Hollywood a lot.  So, naturally, I was inspired to imagine what most snotty Hollywood actors might feel if we do get a true Trumptopia – in other words, I imagine how well certain people would take a Hollywood far more tolerant of Republicans.  Let’s say that after four years (the story takes place in 2020) they don’t take it super well, but are starting to realize that perhaps, just perhaps they could afford to be a little more tolerant.  That, yes, we Republicans aren’t racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic bigoted Nazi monsters.

So, if you do buy the anthology, I hope you enjoy it.  Now I’ve got to go do some work on my other books, since I’ve been slacking off too much.