Poison Pero is RIGHT!

Thursday, January 29, 2015


Tuesday, January 27, 2015


Arizona State University

"This course uses literature and rhetoric to look at how stories shape people's understanding and experiences of race...A university is an academic environment where we discuss and debate a wide variety of viewpoints."

- Statement about a class being offered about 'the problem of Whiteness.'

There was more to this statement, but the gist of it is in the two sentences above.  What's incredible is how misleading both are.

"This course uses literature and rhetoric to look at how stories shape people's understanding and experiences of race."

What a joke!  This course is propaganda bashing white people for the problems of the world.

"A university is an academic environment where we discuss and debate a wide variety of viewpoints."

What a joke!  Most American universities not only don't allow students to "discuss and debate a wide variety of viewpoints," but they mock and destroy anyone who disagrees with modern Liberal "viewpoints."

But these reasons aren't why I picked this statement.  I picked this statement because many of my readers are white ASU supporters.

SUCKERS!!!  You are sending your children to and supporting a university which thinks YOU are part of the problem with the world - because you are a 'privileged' honky!

Congratulations, SUCKERS!!


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Prager University: Myths, Lies and Capitalism

"We teach what isn't taught." - Dennis Prager

I'm going to repeat my comments from a previous semester:  What Creates Wealth...The comments fit perfectly for both.

The Unites States created the most successful economic system for the majority of its citizens in the history of the world.  This is not to say our system is perfect, nor does everyone succeed...But more people in the U.S. have a chance to succeed than anywhere else - this is why more immigrants come to the U.S. than anywhere else.  They know it is truly the 'Land of Opportunity.'

The key to this success is 'Freedom' - in all of its forms...Freedom leads to knowledge and the opportunity to put that knowledge into action - action which creates wealth.  Not just wealth for a few, but wealth for those participating in the American system.

But we must have as much freedom as possible.  Freedom to learn, innovate, succeed, and maybe the most important variable is the freedom to fail, because out of failure often comes new innovation...In order to have all of these variables we need the government to let the people flourish - instead of using their power to 'protect us from ourselves.'  Until recent times, Americans have never wanted security over opportunity.  Unfortunately, trading security for opportunity has created a new system of dependence - a system which is much crueler than one where people have the opportunity to succeed and fail - and to pick themselves up after failing rather than falling into a state of despondence and dependence on government.

This semester of Prager University is presented by: Arthur Brooks

"For a majority of Americans, fairness is not redistributing wealth.  Fairness is rewarding merit, and that's what free enterprise does.  Free enterprise, like freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom of religion, makes our nation more fair.  Not less." - A.B.

"It is societies that have much less economic freedom and far fewer entrepreneurs and therefore economic stagnation, that you find envy, resentment and often unrest." - A.B.


Thursday, January 22, 2015


Tuesday, January 20, 2015


President Barack Obama (State of the Union Address)

"Understand - a better politics isn't one where Democrats abandon their agenda or Republicans simply embrace mine.  A better politics is one where we appeal to each other's basic decency instead of our basest fears.  A better politics is one where we debate without demonizing each other; where we talk issues, and values, and principles, and facts, rather than 'gotcha' moments, or trivial gaffes, or fake controversies that have nothing to do with the people's daily lives."

I didn't watch the SOTU, because they are all unwatchable.  But I did read it...It was as unreadable as it was unwatchable.

The above comment was my favorite, because it is an out and out lie.  It is the way President Obama presents himself to the people, but it is not what President Obama is or how he leads our country.

1.  Obama never makes deals.  It is always his way or no way.  There is no give and take, and the Republicans are given one choice "simply embrace" Obama's ideas.

2.  Obama has made a presidency out of attacking the "decency" of Republicans, and his favorite tool for pursuing this end is through "fear."

3.  Obama doesn't lead; he travels the country "demonizing" Republicans, and specializes in "gotcha moments"' and "fake controversies."

The rest of Obama's speech was a sham.  It was a waste of time where he pretended to be a gracious leader who cares about the will of the people.

If this were true, he might reflect and act on the actual current will of the people - which was the 2014 Election results...Results that were a direct attack on Barack Obama and his negative leadership style.

The people did not vote in Republicans because they generally love Republicans.  They voted in a Republican Senate and House because they are sick and tired of Barack Obama...They are also scared of what Obama is going to do in the last two years of his presidency.

Unfortunately, Obama continues to disregard the people, and he routinely uses ridiculous speeches like the SOTU to prove it...No where did he prove it more than when he out and out lied to the people with the quote above.

Thursday, January 15, 2015


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