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Old Glory and UC Irvine collide

In Politics by Patrick JamesLeave a Comment

American Flag in the SunPolitical Correctness has taken its toll on many Americans as our current Administration continues to tout the benefits of splitting our Nation through cultural divisiveness, but enough is enough.  I fail to understand how a “public” university that was built off the backs of the American people could possibly be ignorant enough to even think of banning the American flag?  I don’t care that UC Irvine may be one of the most “liberal” universities in the Nation.  I don’t care if the students think they should have a say in it. The faculty and alumni should be furious over this decision, and blatantly tell them in no uncertain terms; “IT AIN’T HAPPENING HERE”

The Associated Students of University of California (ASUCI) passed a resolution March 3rd that would remove the American flag along with every other flag, from the lobby of a complex housing the offices for the student government in an attempt at making their school more “culturally inclusive”.

“Designing a culturally inclusive space aims to remove barriers that create undue effort and separation by planning and designing spaces that enable everyone to participate equally and confidentially,” read the resolution authored by Matthew Guevara.

Southern Poverty Law Misfires

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Southern Poverty Law Misfires With Implied Connection Between Canadian Shooting Suspect and Cold Dead Hands 2nd Amendment Group

We at Cold Dead Hands and CDH, Inc. take shooting rampages very seriously and it has been brought to our attention that the Southern Poverty Law Center has named us in connection with Canadian shooting suspect Justin Bourque. In a blog piece titled “Canadians Hunt Gun Control-Hater in Cop-Killing Rampage” released Thursday June 5th, under the heading HATEWATCH, there was an implication that the Cold Dead Hands 2nd Amendment Advocacy Group may have been a motivating factor behind the shooting rampage of Mr. Bourque in Moncton, a Canadian city located in Westmorland County in southeastern New Brunswick. In their blog post they stated,

“A motive for the shooting was not immediately known, but the 24-year-old suspect, Justin Bourque, apparently posted a series of anti-police and anti-gun control references on his Facebook page.” They then went on to name Cold Dead Hands specifically as one of those posts. “In a Facebook post dated March 26, Bourque shared a photo from the gun advocacy group Cold Dead Hands that depicted a mushroom cloud along with the words: “So you’re okay with the government having the weaponry to annihilate all life on earth, but you’re upset I have a rifle that holds 30 rounds?”