The Greatest President in US History Launches Two Major Websites

Donald Trump,
The Greatest President in US History

The website Disrn announces today “Donald and Melania Trump launch the official website of the 45th President of the United States. The site, 45office.com, is intended to allow supporters to keep in touch with the former first couple, request participation in public events, and gather general information on Trump’s presidency.”

Disrn says “Though the current features on the website are somewhat limited, it is possible that the site may offer a central hub for Trump to communicate and issue statements and commentaries on current events following his ban from social media.”

Meanwhile, Trump is also setting up his own social media site, to directly compete with Facebook and Twitter, both of which have censorship based foundations. Huffpost joined the Boston Globe Continue reading “The Greatest President in US History Launches Two Major Websites”

Stories Banned From Twitter Hot List

Stories Banned by Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Biden

I don’t endorse or dismiss these stories. I may not have read all of them. I will list them here, though, because it is unamerican for Twitter to censor them. It actually only makes people want to read them more.

And it’s not just that the stories are censored; by being hidden the perpetrators can, if they choose, pick and choose what Americans are able to see. That’s communism and I won’t play.

I’ll attempt to draw attention to this dynamic and ALL censored stories I run across. Feel free to add links in the comments on this page, and I will periodically share this page on Twitter. Until they censor me.

Whatever they ban, becomes of interest. Continue reading “Stories Banned From Twitter Hot List”

America’s Passion Play; The Beginning of the End

just words

Fake News

Let’s make believe for a little while. it’ll be fun.

At first, we’ll try to get people to listen to us. Then, we’ll try to get them to do what we want!

Pretend you want a huge group of people to listen to you. If you make friends with news organizations, make big donations and are loud and vocal, that would be a good start. During your enthusiastic broadcasting of what you claim are facts, you toss in some opinion, and drop some bad information about your competitor.

It’s important at this point there’s no big controversy; neither you nor your competitor is in the news for any real, important reason. Pick some quiet periods during the news.

The Manipulation of Virtue

In this small world, the lessons can be easy to see, if you look. It was five years-ago a little boy from my hometown of Westerly, RI, who had become famous worldwide, died of cancer. The story of 8 year-old Dorian Murray went around the world and made it to all the major news networks. In fact just today, I saw an old banner still being displayed at someone’s house in town; it said “D-Strong,” the slogan people adopted to support the cause.

And how can you not love that kind of virtue-signaling? It’s real. It’s from the heart. It’s right.

Thenewportbuzz.com ended it’s farewell article “Rest in peace, young man. You’ve done more than your fair share to make this world better a place. God bless you … “

It felt good, and still feels good, to really care about something truly worth caring about! People love to do that.

Something, though, has changed violently in the past five years. As if when Dorian Murray died, it was not pure virtue coming along to fill in the spaces on the big media airwaves. The public never changed. We stood ready for the next virtuous cause to fly a flag for.

Waited … and waited … Continue reading “America’s Passion Play; The Beginning of the End”

Stinkiest News Yet – Romantic French Skunk Targeted by Leftist Virtue Culture

It’s a story I’m reluctant to share. This one really stinks to high heaven.

Pepé Le Pew is a character from Warner Bros’ Looney Tunes cartoons, first drawn in 1945. A French striped skunk, Pepé is constantly on the quest for love. However, his offensive skunk odor and his aggressive pursuit of romance typically cause other characters to run from him.

That’s the Wikipedia take. In today’s news, now leftists have sounded a vicious, hungry red alert, and are aiming at the sexy skunk.

Smelly skunk assaulting an innocent cat

Le Pew “will not be showing up at all in the upcoming theatrical sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy on July 16,” according to the latest reports on this earth shattering societal scandal.

The site Deadline tells us “Warner Bros has encountered problems before in recent years over Looney Tunes‘ politically incorrect characters. Last June, the old Looney Tunes streaming on HBO Max banned Elmer Fudd from using a gun.”

Deadline says Warner Bros. did not provide comment.

And neither will I.

Except to say my cat, Penelope, is outraged.

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Mark Urso
mark@markurso.com
@A_Candle_Lit

Monday in a Nutshell, Featuring Nuts Galore and an Insurrection in Georgia

Just Another Attempt at Free Speech

I’ll get to the point;
Monday was just another day in the news, with lies about Joe, support for Trump and strangely-defensive sexual ambiguity.

The New Curriculum –
Boys are Girls and, Well, Whatever!

In the news today is a young man who believes a man is a man and a woman is a woman. This is clearly trouble, and before he could spread his sinful message that violates all science, medicine and common reasonableness, the State University of New York (SUNY) took it into their hands to put a stop to things, disciplining him with suspension.

So, things are a LOT safer now on that campus.

“A man is a man, a woman is a woman. A man is not a woman and a woman is not a man,” Owen Stevens said in his Instagram video that caught the attention of the university, according to the site “themix.net.” The Dean of Education at SUNY Geneseo said the college student’s videos “call into question” and doubt that he can “maintain a classroom environment protecting the mental and emotional well-being of all of [his] students,” the article states.

The Daily Wire reported the student is balking: According to a copy of Stevens’ suspension, the education student will remain suspended Continue reading “Monday in a Nutshell, Featuring Nuts Galore and an Insurrection in Georgia”