George Orwell’s fictionalized world where Big Brother reigns supreme is no longer a figment of the imagination, but a prophetic vision of present-day threats. Brent Bozell, founder of the Media Research Center, explains how and why Big Tech is making Orwell’s 1984 a 21st century reality.
Last night, my friend Larry Elder appeared on the ratings-challenged Piers Morgan show to talk about the George Zimmerman verdict. Morgan, whose signature Brit glibness is often mistaken for intelligence, tries to engage Larry in a discussion about the intelligence of Rachel Jenteal.
Larry, too smart to fall for this bait, explains to Morgan that the critical issue facing African-Americans is the lack of fathers in black homes. Without fathers, black families are condemned to live lives dependent on government welfare—government as surrogate daddy—which results in vicious cycles of drugs, crime, incarceration, and ever more fatherless black homes.
Of course, because Larry tells the truth—broken families lead to a broken culture—liberals went all atwitter, saying that Larry is a “house nigger.”
Note: Seraphic Secret usually deletes expletives, but we have preserved them in the following tweets in order to expose the stunning vulgarity and intellectual void, that is at the heart of liberalism.
Readers of Seraphic Secret know that yours truly likes to take long walks around my Los Angeles neighborhood and take pictures of stuff.
Shlepping my Canon SLR is a pain in the neck—literally. Thus, for the past few years, I’ve been carrying the fine and compact Canon PowerShot .
But recently, I switched the compact for my iPhone. In this way people can reach me—yesterday I spent over 30 minutes on a business call—and I can check Apple’s stock, plus Twitter away. Which I have discovered is not such a great idea unless you relish walking straight into traffic.
Obviously, the reason I carry the iPhone is because of its camera. I’ve been playing around with it for a few weeks and finally have a few pictures I’d like to share.
Karen and iWish all our friends a lovely and inspirational Shabbat.
See post below by Terry “Trip” Trippany explaining our new “new” comments section. Yup, based on reader feedback we have dropped Intense Debate. Our newer system is user friendly with some neat bells and whistles.