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This is America, or is it?

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The dumbing down of America is contagious.

Our iconic featured photo by Sara Bloom of the Philly riots hits close to home. As in my photo here with my Philadelphia Phillies legendary baseball cap. It is heart wrenching to see your city delve into chaos. I was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey right over the bridge from The City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. Home of the Philly Cheese Steak, the legendary crooners Boyz II Men and arguably the biggest comet in Hollywood, Will Smith. The warm nickname the city goes by and the Iconic Rocky movie shot there is now a far cry from the economic blight and despair that has engulfed the region.

Camden is one of the poorest and worst cities to live, in America. The hustling and bustling metropolis of Philadelphia, our neighbor, has some of the toughest gritty streets of anywhere in the United States of America. This is the backdrop of a proud people that are the leading candidates for the dumbing down of America. We have extreme poverty. We have have high crime and many times per capita The Murder Capital U.S.A. Our education system is miserable. Children all across the USA cannot read at proficient levels. Our children cannot do math at proficient levels. The system is rotten from the head on down from the liberal Democrat policies and the focus on the teachers union and not teaching our children.

America used to be at the top of the worldwide list in education. Now  we are at the middle to bottom. This did not happen by accident. The liberal takeover of the school system and all of academia has lead to a brain drain in our once intellectually dominating country. Our educators concentrate more on building social justice warriors. Johnny can’t read or write be knows America is inherently racist and should be torn down. Our statues and history is being torn down so it can be rewritten by a bunch of loser liberal college professors that don’t mind lying to you and telling kids there aren’t two genders but however many you can think of.

Conservatives cannot speak at liberal universities which is now almost all of them, without the student body burning down the campus. We used to think steel sharpens steel. Let’s trade thoughts and ideas and rigorously debate issues and we will be all the better. Not in this day and age. Our kids have been brainwashed into thinking any opposite opinion or dissent from left wing ideology should be stifled and crushed.

This brings us to today’s riots! Let’s not solve our problems with robust dialogue and ideas, we will burn down the city to get our way. This is the regressive mind-state  that has been nurtured in our society that is now more than ever manifesting itself in violent intolerance. Black Lives Matter, ANTIFA and many other activist groups are blending right in with this dumbing down of society and feeding them hatred and intolerance. The millions of dollars donated to these liberal organizations are then funneled to Democrats. You will never see Democrats openly renounce the violence and savagery of ANTIFA or their other ideological brothers and sisters that will attain their goals by any means necessary.

Project Veritas has put many of our media giants on blast with undercover sting videos. This reminds me of back-in-the-day when we used to have real investigative journalism. Now the real journalist that are at work for the information and good of the people are being targeted. Now the truth tellers are being vilified. Any conservative media point of view is being attacked. Many conservative media outlets have actually been giving facts and information to the public but now that is not how journalism works. You have to bow to the mob at all costs or be fired, chastised, mocked, belittled and denigrated. I have had most of that happen to me but I stand firm in my beliefs and no man is before GOD that will lead me astray into this mental and physical bullying that’s tearing up any fabric of decency that has been thinly holding together a great country.

We have many being lead astray of a BLM movement that has a George Soros, Democrat platform and not a Black platform. They are taking 15 million of their ill-gotten dollars and donated for summer jobs for illegal aliens. Why would an organization called BLACK Lives Matter donate for illegals instead of the millions of BLACKS that are in need. Because they do not give a damn about Black people only Black votes. Illegal is the new Black. They are also giving to many LGBTQ organizations and initiatives. Blacks and brainless white liberals are being used to push a political agenda and they have no idea what evil they are blissfully, ignorantly supporting. Do we want a violent overthrowing of our government and worldwide governments? Let us educate ourselves and the young and not be complicit in this dumbing down of America.

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By Michael Ameer

 

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Lucas Gage Returns to X After Exposing Palestine Atrocities & Ban Over Alleged Harassment

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In today’s digital age, social media platforms serve as vital tools for raising awareness and advocating for causes. However, they also present challenges such as harassment and censorship. Recently, actor and activist Lucas Gage faced these challenges head-on when his X account was suspended for several months following harassment from certain groups unhappy with his efforts to expose war atrocities in Palestine. Now, after a prolonged absence, Gage has returned to X, ready to resume his important work of shedding light on crucial issues.

Lucas Gage, known for his roles in various television shows and films, has also been vocal about social justice issues, particularly regarding the Palestinian cause. His advocacy drew the ire of individuals and groups who disagreed with his stance. Gage utilized his platform on X to spotlight the human rights violations and war atrocities occurring in Palestine, which led to backlash from some pro-Israeli factions.

The backlash against Gage escalated into harassment, predominantly from individuals identifying themselves as Zionists. He faced a barrage of abusive messages, threats, and attempts to undermine his activism. Despite his efforts to report and block the harassers, the situation persisted, taking a toll on Gage’s mental well-being and sense of safety.

In a controversial decision, X suspended Gage’s account, citing violations of its community guidelines. Many criticized X for what they perceived as a failure to address harassment effectively, especially given the circumstances surrounding Gage’s case. The ban sparked debates about freedom of expression, censorship, and the responsibilities of social media platforms in safeguarding users from harassment and abuse.

After a hiatus spanning several months, Lucas Gage has made his comeback to X. His return has been met with an outpouring of support from fellow activists, fans, and individuals concerned about censorship and human rights. Gage expressed gratitude for the overwhelming solidarity he received during his absence and reiterated his dedication to advocating for justice and raising awareness about the plight of the Palestinian people.

The incident involving Lucas Gage underscores the significance of advocacy and the hurdles activists encounter, especially when addressing contentious issues. It also highlights the complexities of navigating social media platforms where differing viewpoints often clash, sometimes resulting in hostility and censorship.

As Gage resumes his activism on X, it is imperative to continue discussions about online harassment, censorship, and the necessity for improved mechanisms to shield users from abuse. Social media companies must reevaluate their policies and enforcement strategies to ensure that platforms remain spaces for constructive dialogue and activism, rather than avenues for harassment and stifling dissenting voices.

Lucas Gage’s return to X serves as a testament to the resilience of individuals committed to social justice causes despite facing obstacles and adversity. His experience sheds light on broader issues surrounding online harassment and censorship, prompting important conversations about the role of social media platforms in shaping public discourse. As Gage continues his advocacy, his story serves as inspiration for others to speak out against injustice and strive for positive change.

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Rabbi Shmuley Having ‘Nervous Breakdown’ says Alex Jones

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In the whirlwind of social media controversies, few can match the intensity and unpredictability of Alex Jones. Known for his provocative statements and unyielding conspiracy theories, Jones recently took to Twitter to express his disdain for Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s Purim costume choice.

In a scathing tweet, Jones condemned Rabbi Shmuley’s attire and behavior, accusing him of having a “nervous breakdown.” The rabbi had donned a costume portraying what he termed a “Candace Owens Jew,” accompanied by a bizarre ensemble featuring references to money and a provocative assertion about Jewish identity.

“For Purim I’ve dressed up as a Candace Owens Jew,” Rabbi Shmuley wrote, adding a string of controversial remarks about Jewish stereotypes and dual loyalties. The costume, seemingly intended as a satirical commentary, sparked outrage and criticism from many quarters.

Jones, never one to shy away from confrontation, seized the opportunity to denounce Rabbi Shmuley’s actions. “You go around starting fights with people and then flip out when they respond,” Jones tweeted. He urged the rabbi to seek help for the sake of his family, implying that Rabbi Shmuley’s behavior was symptomatic of a deeper issue.

The exchange between Jones and Rabbi Shmuley highlights the complexities of social media and the power of provocative speech. Both figures are no strangers to controversy, with Jones notorious for his conspiracy-laden rants and Rabbi Shmuley often courting controversy with his outspoken views on various issues.

Purim, a Jewish holiday known for its revelry and merrymaking, is traditionally marked by costume parties and playful satire. However, Rabbi Shmuley’s choice of attire crossed a line for many, tapping into sensitive issues of anti-Semitism and racial stereotypes.

By dressing as a caricatured version of a “Candace Owens Jew,” Rabbi Shmuley waded into dangerous territory, perpetuating harmful stereotypes and reinforcing negative perceptions of Jewish people. His attempt at satire fell flat for many, instead sparking condemnation and outrage.

In response, Alex Jones delivered a blistering rebuke, calling out Rabbi Shmuley’s behavior and urging him to seek help. While Jones himself is no stranger to controversy, his criticism of Rabbi Shmuley’s costume choice underscores the seriousness of the issue at hand.

In an era where social media amplifies voices and magnifies controversies, individuals must exercise caution and responsibility in their online interactions. What may seem like harmless satire to some can perpetuate harmful stereotypes and fuel division.

As the dust settles on this latest social media skirmish, it serves as a reminder of the power of words and the importance of thoughtful discourse. In a world already fraught with tensions and divisions, it is incumbent upon all of us to strive for understanding and empathy, even in the midst of disagreement.

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AG Ken Paxton: “SB 4, is Now In Effect”

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In the heart of Texas, amidst the sweltering heat and the vast expanse of rugged terrain, a battle was being waged—a battle not fought with guns and swords, but with words and legal maneuvers. It was a clash between the Lone Star State and the might of the federal government, with the fate of immigration law hanging in the balance.

Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas, stood at the forefront of this struggle. With unwavering determination and a deep sense of duty, he had taken up the mantle to defend Texas and its sovereignty against what he saw as overreach from the Biden Administration.

Just a few minutes ago, he had sent a tweet echoing across the digital landscape, announcing a monumental victory: “🚨🚨 HUGE WIN: Texas has defeated the Biden Administration’s and ACLU’s emergency motions at the Supreme Court. Our immigration law, SB 4, is now in effect.”

The news reverberated through the state like a thunderclap, igniting a spark of hope in the hearts of many Texans who had felt their voices drowned out by the clamor of national politics.

Among those who felt the weight of this victory was Maria Sanchez, a young immigrant who had come to Texas in search of a better life. For years, she had lived in the shadows, fearing the consequences of being discovered by authorities. But now, with SB 4 in effect, she felt a glimmer of hope that perhaps she could finally step out into the light without fear.

On the other side of the divide stood federal agents, tasked with enforcing the laws of the land as decreed by the Biden Administration. They watched with frustration as their efforts were thwarted by legal challenges and political maneuvering.

But for Ken Paxton, this victory was not just about winning in court—it was about standing up for what he believed was right. It was about defending the values and principles that he held dear, even in the face of adversity.

“As always, it’s my honor to defend Texas and its sovereignty, and to lead us to victory in court,” he declared, his words resounding with conviction.

The battle may have been won for now, but the war was far from over. In the days and weeks to come, the struggle between state and federal authority would continue to unfold, shaping the destiny of not just Texas, but the entire nation.

But for now, amidst the heat of the Lone Star State, a moment of triumph had been achieved—a testament to the resilience and determination of those who dared to stand up and fight for what they believed in.

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