In Sweden, the military rally behind the LGBTQ flag, saying this they will defend. But the primary purpose of a military is to defend their borders and their people, something they refuse to do. WHY is the Western military so emasculated? Might it be the feminine touch? Are our societies increasingly feminized, run by worriers, not warriors? Oh yes.
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The Democratic representative for Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, has cautioned that California Sen. Kamala Harris’ lack of military experience would continue a “dangerous” cycle that would exacerbate the US “military industrial complex.”
Kamala’s spokesperson clawed back by bashing Gabbard’s past, peace-making efforts in the Middle East. Unlike kamala, Gabbard grasps that Bashar Assad is against ISIS and, with all his flaws, represents the civilized, pro-Christian option for Syria. (See “Lies About Putin, Syria & The Alawite Alliance.”)
Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has taken aim at presidential primary rival Sen. Kamala Harris, arguing the California Democrat “lacks the temperament” to be commander in chief.
“Kamala Harris is not qualified to serve as commander in chief and I can say this from a personal perspective as a soldier,” Gabbard said on Fox Sports Radio. “She has no background or experience in foreign policy and she lacks the temperament that is necessary for commander in chief.”
Harris has been the subject of increased attention after she made steep polling gains for confronting Democratic frontrunner former Vice President Joe Biden during the first round of presidential debates. Gabbard and Harris will share the debate stage during the second night of CNN’s Democratic primary debates on July 31.
Gabbard said Tuesday that Harris’ lack of military experience would continue a “dangerous” cycle that would exacerbate the US “military industrial complex.”
The anchor activists at CNN dislike Gabbard for her anti-war views and because she’s not as progressive as she’s “supposed to be” on the gay marriage and LGBTQ political production.
#KamalaHarrisDestroyed is trending after Democratic debate:
— The Hill (@thehill) August 1, 2019
#Kamala creep intimates ‘she couldn’t be bothered to care about #Gabbard’s criticism because the Hawaii congresswoman isn’t polling as highly as she is.’
— Ilana Mercer (@IlanaMercer) August 1, 2019
A house is a human right.
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Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips is a deeply religious Christian. Why would a gay couple want to compel him to decorate a cake with words his faith rejects? What kind of craven cruelty would compel such coercion? Why, David Mullins and Charlie Craig, would you proceed with force against a private property owner? What’s wrong with you?
A retail store selling Nazi memorabilia opens its doors in my neighborhood. I enter in search of the yellow Star of David Jews were forced to wear during the Third Reich. The proprietor, decked out in Nazi insignia and regalia, says, “I’m sorry, we don’t serve Jews.” “Don’t be like that,” I say. “Where else can I find a pair of clip-on swastika earrings?” The Nazi sympathizer is polite but persistent: “Ma’am, I mean no disrespect, but back in the Old Country, Jews murdered my great grandfather’s cousin and used his blood in the leavening of the Passover matzah.” “Yeah,” I reply. “I’m familiar with that blood libel. I assure you my own mother’s matzo balls were free of the blood of brats, gentile or Jewish. No matter. I can see where you’re coming from. I’m sorry for your loss. Good luck.”
There! Did that hurt?
Did I rush off to rat out my Nazi neighbor to the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice? Not on your life. A principled Jewish libertarian (with a sense of humor)—who believes in absolute freedom of association and the rights of private property—would doff his Kippah and walk out.
Live and let live.
A devout Muslim with a wonderful singing voice runs a small music business featuring his CDs. A Christian couple asks this Muslim to record a song for the wedding. The song includes the words: “Jesus, resurrected from the grave and God incarnate.” The Muslim man declines, saying his sincere religious beliefs prevent him from recording the song. Would the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) take action against him and inflict financial penalties for abiding by his convictions?
A non-religious couple asks a Jewish kosher deli with fantastic food to cater their wedding reception, but demand that ham be included on the menu. The deli refuses. Would the CCRC take action against this deli for its religious convictions?
One more question: Would legal action be taken only against Christians practicing their sincerely held beliefs or against people of all beliefs?
All strength, Jack Phillips.