Letters to the Editor
Kaepernick, the NFL, and 'Social Justice'
- By John H. Utz - Greenville, SC
Most liberals and assorted ESPN-types won't let this go, and accordingly, we continue to hear about player rights to protest the flag, the national anthem, patriotism, etc. What I wish to comment upon are the rarely discussed 'social justice' issues the players are presumably upset about. Remember, Kaepernick is the player with the "cops are pigs" socks, the guy who thinks Cuba's socialism and health care are what we should have. And, accordingly, he is "not going to show pride for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color."
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A Measure of a Man’s Character
- By Frank Hall
There is a saying I have known and loved for many years, but I don’t know who should get the credit for it: The measure of a man’s character is not in his wins and losses in war but in what kind of battles he chooses to fight.
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The Power of God
- By Manuel Ybarra, Jr. - Coalgate, OK
The power of God is easily seen in His creation every where we look. It is in ourselves and all around us. His spirit is in every one of us who are alive. We are the product of the Great Designer and Creator, God.
The Triad God said, “let us make man in our image” and “our likeness,” and he did.
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Trump DOJ: No More Use of the PC Term “Undocumented Immigrant”
- By James Aldridge - Anderson, SC
A recent survey of the most important issues on the minds of voters these days shows that immigration tops the list. And this administration knows, above all else, that you can’t have a serious discussion about an issue if you’re not even permitted to use the right terminology. Perhaps that’s why the Justice Department has issued a memorandum instructing its lawyers to stop using the made-up, PC term “undocumented immigrant.” Attorney General Jeff Sessions has reportedly told DOJ attorneys to use the same language found in U.S. Code, which is “illegal alien.”
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Liberalism at FoxNews
- By Winston McCuen - Landrum, S.C.
FoxNews is the home of barbie-doll feminists masquerading as conservative, Christian women. The pretty faces and figures of female hosts and commentators are a major reason for the network’s top ratings, and for its history of sexual misconduct scandals. In fairness, Fox is a mix of conservatism and libertarianism, which is socially liberal. But therein lies the problem, since outspoken and immodest women in the workplace is anarchic and libertine liberalism, not orderly and virtuous conservatism.
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