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What do you know, long about Wednesday, August 16, 2017, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal) discovered that the United States Capitol building was infested with statues of Confederate dignitaries. Thirty years walking those marbled halls and she just noticed? Her startled announcement perked up Senator Cory Booker (D- NJ) who has been navigating those same halls only a few years. He quickly introduced a bill to blackball the offending statues. And, of course, the congressional black caucus also enjoyed a mass epiphany on the bronze and stone delegation of white devils.
Wishing all who visit an enjoyable Good Friday.
I walked by the Prescott High School yesterday and saw this horror of extreme Political Correctness. This is an actual photo, not a Photoshopped hoax. They are calling Good Friday “spring holiday”, whatever that means. That means nothing. Good Friday has meaning. A fine example of the hard left’s victory in the culture war. It hurts to realize that my taxes go to pay for this sh*t.
I grew up in the Bronx. In the ’60s the polite term for a black person was “negro”, the other “n” word was more common in certain circles. Check this out:
One of the first lessons one learns in English class is that context is everything. The same holds true in Spanish.
Take the case of Petrona Smith. She says in a lawsuit that she was fired from teaching at Bronx PS 211 in March 2012 after a seventh-grader reported that she’d used the “N” word, according to The New York Post.
Smith doesn’t deny using the word. But she argues that everyone uses it, when speaking Spanish. She was teaching the Spanish words for different colors, and the color “black” in Spanish is “negro.” She also taught the junior high school students, in this bilingual school, that the Spanish term for black people is “moreno.” And by the way, Smith, who is from the West Indies, is black.
I believe the response to political correctness is laughter. So, this is me laughing.