America’s New Racial Segregationists Are On The Left

By Kimberly Bloom Jackson

Some of the most bizarre and dysfunctional behavior in America these days takes place on college campuses. Last year student protesters on the University of California-Berkeley campus physically prevented white students from accessing their classes and the Student Union Building to study. Incredibly, protesters declared that UC-Berkeley was their University, even going as far as issuing a “notice of eviction” to white students before demanding that university officials create [safe] “spaces of color” for non-white students.

Safe spaces pop up on college campuses where a high number of students lack basic social skills to cope with diversity of viewpoints. But not all safe spaces are established for this reason. Recently, white students at Loyola University-Chicago were granted their very own “safe space” called Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness (RAW). In the past, anyone who simply expressed an interest in establishing a white group would be viciously attacked as a racist by the campus mob. So where’s the outrage at RAW?

Apparently, it meets the politically correct standards of what a white group should look like. RAW encourages white students to engage “in solidarity with others and their privilege” on “what it means to be white.” It also focuses discussions on their “anger and confusion about institutional racism” and “guilt and hope about internalized racism.” In other words, RAW is out to deconstruct the psychology of white people so whites can admit to each other how racist they really are. It’s just the latest gutter-think in college-sponsored identity politics (aka cultural Marxism) sweeping the nation, leaving the idea of higher education in ruins.

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‘Rosie The Riveter’ Iconicized The American Women Who Truly Fought Fascism

By Kimberly Bloom Jackson

This Memorial Day, as we honor all those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf, let us not forget the American women who fought on the home front during World War II, and whose efforts ultimately helped us defeat the horrors of real fascism. It all started with a fictional gal named “Rosie the Riveter.”

A Tale of Two Rosies
Whenever we hear the name Rosie the Riveter, we tend to think of Westinghouse artist J. Howard Miller’s popular image of a spirited “We Can Do It” WWII-era woman, with her hair wrapped in a white polka-dotted red scarf, rolled up sleeves, and flexed bicep.

But this originally nameless 1942 rendering, part of an early government effort to rally badly needed American female workers, was never intended to be “Rosie.” Our modern Rosie association came about in the 1980s, after the feminist movement adopted the image as a symbol of female empowerment. Today, the icon appears on everything from coffee mugs to beach towels.

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Dear Hollywood: Stop Insulting American Voters!

By Kimberly Bloom Jackson

Many of you threatened to leave the country if Donald Trump won the Presidency. Well, he won. Good riddance. Don’t let the big door of freedom hit you on the way out!

Dear Hollywood

Oh, you changed your mind? Is it because you love America or you just love yourselves living in a country that helps you maintain your life-style of lavish hypocrisy? Either way, your recent anti-Trump tantrums are tantamount to a slap in the face of every hard working American voter who is struggling to support their family because of liberal policies of the last 8 years.

Luckily for the rest of us, we didn’t have to cut and run. Instead, when the going got tough, we got going. Trump won because his message resonated with millions of Americans, including the forgotten blue state Rust Belters who are now feeling pretty hopeful. They voted for Trump even when elites like you said it wouldn’t matter. But it did! And while you were ballyhooing about running away from home, some of our military heroes were making the ultimate sacrifice‐‐for all of us‐‐so you would still have the right to act like fools.