Let me get this straight:

corporatecourtesan:

proudblackconservative:

1 degree increase in temprature over a century=Huge global crisis that will destroy us all.

But concern over a dangerous disease that has shown the potential to spread exponentially, reached the US with hundreds more people traveling into the states from its country of origin, and vague answers from government leaders and the CDC=Unfounded, ridiculous hysteria?

What happened to swine flu ?

It doesn’t matter what happened to swine flu. This is a different situation with different circumstances and not nearly enough answers from the people who are supposed to be in charge. At any rate, I’m not saying we should start runs on grocery stores or rioting in the streets like lunatics, but some level of caution, concern, and questioning is reasonable., and I’m sick of liberal commentators being like “shut up! We got this! Don’t ask any questions!”

Guise I did it.

I broke down. I bought an iPhone…

Let me get this straight:

1 degree increase in temprature over a century=Huge global crisis that will destroy us all.

But concern over a dangerous disease that has shown the potential to spread exponentially, reached the US with hundreds more people traveling into the states from its country of origin, and vague answers from government leaders and the CDC=Unfounded, ridiculous hysteria?

fucknodumblr:

rtrixie:

genghis-khanye:

foxaveclocs:

When whites ask for citations and sources it reminds me of stories during slavery when whites would ask slaves if they had passes and when the slave would produce a pass the white person would rip it up in front of their face Same shit different day

Holy shit, you spoilt little baby. You’re comparing fact checking to forcible enslavement. Your victim complex is so huge it has its own gravity well.

There it is, facts are now considered racist

may god strike down this planet forever

Are you freaking serious?

(via proudgayconservative)

Q

fitandhealthlove asked:

"A sermon is a public speech" I don't get this mentality of atheists. First, religion is private and shouldn't be in the public. Now, sermons are public and it's ok subpoena them. But I guess they'll flip between whatever's better to curb the first amendment.

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communismkills:

I remember back in middle school, when we were forced to go through our diversity/sensitivity classes, we were told “race doesn’t matter.” Now, in 2014, it’s “race is the most important thing in the world and saying you don’t care about race means you’re racist.” “Not judging someone based on their skin color” is now “erasing someone’s identity.” “Be colorblind” is “supporting oppression.”

Actually, I don’t think it’s beneficial to be totally “colorblind”. While it’s certainly true that our culture hyper-focuses on race and makes it the central issue of everything, I do think it’s valuable to know where we came from and value our heritage. Skin color is a part of who you are, albeit only a small part. I think being “proud” of mere skin color is stupid. You had nothing to do with the color of your skin. But I think being proud of the heritage that comes with it is fine, and that celebrating a diversity of heritage should be encouraged instead of ignored. If you’re of Irish descent? Celebrate it! Jewish, Polish, African, Asian, Latino, Mexican, Italian, Spanish, Finnish or whatever? By all means enjoy the diverse cultural heritage that comes with those things. Or don’t. It’s your choice. But there’s no need to pretend there’s no difference between races, as long as you acknowledge that you all have the exact same value and rights, and that you should judge people on who they are, not the skin they happen to be born with. 

proudgayconservative:

poorrichardsnews:

CBS “journalist” doesn’t realize Rand Paul is a physician. 

(h/t Weasel Zippers)

Opthalmologists do, in fact, go to medical school.

insert-spooky-into-url:

  • It is perfectly acceptable for women to work part-time
  • It is perfectly acceptable for women to have jobs with flexible hours
  • It is perfectly acceptable for women to stay out of the workforce for a few years while taking care of young children
  • It is perfectly acceptable for women to choose jobs they feel are meaningful but will not earn them six-figure salaries

The only thing that’s unacceptable is claiming it’s unfair that women don’t seem to be making enough money when all the above factors are at play

(via atimeforchoosing)