Joseph Farah’s facile argument about Bruce Springsteen is just that.
If Bruce simply said, “I am not allowing interracial couples, blacks, gays, divorced women into my concert,” he would be exhibiting the same bias that says, “I will not serve, photograph or bake cakes for gays.”
He did not do that. He simply withdrew all his services to everyone, with no discrimination, as he does not support bigotry.
In 1928, Andrew Jackson’s portrait replaced Grover Cleveland’s on $20 Federal Reserve (Promissory) Notes. This wasn’t done to honor Jackson (died 1845) but to avenge him – a kick in the groin, as it were, by political elitists and banking barons because Jackson would have blasted the privately owned Federal Reserve System, which isn’t federal and has no reserves.
Andrew Jackson championed the common man and opposed corrupting monopolies like the Second Bank of the United States, the then U.S. central bank – much of whose stock was owned by foreign interests. Jackson killed the “devil’s bank ... continue reading »
“The left’s compulsion to destroy,” by Erik Rush, exposes the treacherous innards of, shall we call it, operation takedown, the left’s militantly suicidal and insane program to implode America and her Constitution. Every conservative/libertarian talk-show host in the USA could do no better for our gravely imperiled nation than to read Erik Rush’s compact tour de force on the air.