Being black doesn’t entitle you to a job position.

Being a female doesn’t entitle you to a job position.

If you don’t qualify for a position, you shouldn’t get the job.

Being colored or a female is not a qualification for ANY job position.

People must learn to…


Georgetown University Professor of Philosophy, Jason Brennan, explains why capitalism is better than socialism.

TL;DW: it boils down to individualism vs collectivism.  People naturally are influenced by their own self-interests and ideas.  This clash of different ideas and feelings does not work well in groups that rely on each other for very long.  For example: do you recall doing group projects in school?  How did that work out for you?


"I am an anarchist and I am fighting for universal health care, higher taxes on the rich, and government acknowledgement of the right to gay marry!"-almost everyone who self describes as an anarchist


Founders - 1, Obama - 0


Founders - 1, Obama - 0



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Belgian Cafe Posts ‘No Jews Allowed’ Sign

A Belgian watchdog on anti-Semitism complained to the mayor of a suburb of Liege against owners of a cafe whose window display featured a sign that said Jews were not allowed inside.

The Belgian League Against Anti-Semitism, or LBCA, filed the complaint Wednesday against the parties responsible for hanging a Turkish- and French-language sign at a cafe in Saint-Nicolas, a town located just east of the southern city of Liege.

The Turkish text reads: “Dogs are allowed in this establishment but Jews are not under any circumstances.” The French text replaces “Jews” with “Zionists.”

Following the LBCA complaint, the mayor of Saint-Nicolas, Jacques Heleven, dispatched police to the cafe, who had the sign removed and confirmed the LBCA report.

The window display also included a Palestinian flag, an Israeli flag crossed out with a red “X” sign, and a kaffieh, or Palestinian shawl, draped around it.

“LBCA will file in the coming hours a criminal complaint with the Liege prosecutor over the actions of those responsible for this violation of the July 30 law against racism and xenophobia of 1981,” LBCA said in a statement.

Last week, the Belgian Jewish newspaper Joods Actueel reported that a shop owner in Antwerp had refused to sell an Orthodox Jewish woman clothes “out of protest.” An employee confirmed that the shop had temporarily adopted a policy of not selling to Jews.

Western Europe has seen a significant rise in anti-Semitic hate speech and attacks - including against nine synagogues in France – since Israel launched its Operation Protective Edge against Hamas in Gaza on July 8, following multiple launching of rockets from Gaza into Israeli cities and towns.

Ladies and gents its 1938.

(Source: forward.com)