Tucker Carlson Talks About the Southern Poverty Law Center
Tucker Carlson argues a great point: Who is the Southern Poverty Law Center to decide what can and can’t be said? While it’s pretty obvious that racist remarks should be avoided, the SPLC goes far beyond that. A hate label on an organization means completely silencing them in the media. Once you’re branded a hate group, you’re no longer called by your organization’s name. Instead, news outlets simply refer to you as a “hate group”.
Take the titles from ABC and NBC in this video for example:
“Jeff Sessions Tells ‘Hate Group’ DOJ Will Issue Religious Freedom Guidance” – NBC News
“Jeff Sessions Addresses ‘Anti-LGBT Hate Group,’ but DOJ Won’t Release His Remarks” – ABC News
The term ‘Hate Group’ in this headline is referring to the Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian non-profit organization in Washington, D.C.
There are no checks and balances. Once the SPLC declares it, it is law. We hope to make you think twice about that. Take a look at the hate map page for more information on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s tactics.
Bristol County, MA Sheriff on Sanctuary Cities
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson speaks to Fox News about MA Representative Michelle Dubois(D) who used her Facebook page to warn illegal immigrants about impending ICE raids in Brockton, MA. Sheriff Hodgson calls for the representative to resign stating that she “ICE officers at risk and local officers at risk”. Watch the video to see this Massachusetts Sheriff standing up for his county!
Trump Pitches Solar-Paneled Border Wall
The idea of a solar-paneled border wall seems like a win-win for everyone involved right? We certainly think so! Not convinced? Let’s look at some of the figures addressed in this video… A solar-powered border wall would defray the cost of the wall by $40 million to $400 million per year depending on the market value (per megawatt hour). Still not sold on it? Well.. a solar border wall would be capable of generating 2,657.2 GWh per year and powering 220,000 average-size homes annually. Sounds like a home run!