My previous blog dealt with the outrage from the media and liberals over the term "anchor baby." So mean! So offensive! Never mind that it is a very apt and honest description of babies born to illegal mothers who are then allowed to "anchor" themselves in the United States and bring in other illegal relatives to reap social benefits at the expense of the U.S. taxpayer.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Jeb Bush have recently come under fire for using the term "anchor baby."
It used to be that people could openly debate and agree to disagree if their opinions or ideas didn't exactly fit with the opinions or ideas of another.
Bruce Jenner, former champion Olympic athlete, father of five, television reality star, etc. set in motion yet another "social issue" of the day for liberals everywhere. The media has been gaga over Jenner finding his "inner woman" and becoming (with the help of several surgeries, hormones, and psychiatric sessions) "Caitlyn."
Recently I had the opportunity to peruse through an issue of People Magazine. Of course People cannot be considered "deep" in any sense of the word and is pretty much Hollywood leftie fluff. Light, tabloid reading for fun and laughs. Glorifying those who make movies, sing, star in television, etc. Following their life struggles and achievements in an effort to offer the reader interesting tidbits aand insight into lifestyles of the rich and famous. In glancing through People, I came across a section called "Chatter." It was a page of quotes from featured graduation speakers at various colleges. Two quotes (and subsequent descriptions regarding the quotes from the People writers) stood out.