NRWF November Speaker
Social Media's Impact on Politics Today
November 15 | 11:30-1:30
Gavin McInnes, writes in Taki's Magazine.
Last week an everyday group of anti-gun nuts called Everytown published data that claimed there have been 74 school shootings since Sandy Hook. Most of us went, “No there haven’t,” because we’ve only read about a few. The president apparently does not have access to Google, because he ran straight to the papers and bleated, “There’s no developed country on earth that would put up with this. And it happens now once a week … We should be ashamed.” He’s accidentally right. We should be ashamed of these shootings. Gang violence among black youth is totally out of control and the lack of fathers has to be a factor. That’s obviously not the narrative he was going for, however. . . .
So let’s take a step back and explain . . . that most of the truths they take for granted are completely false. For example … 1. This country was stolen from the indians . . . 2. We are a nation of immigrants . . . 3. This country was built on slavery . . . 4. America is racist . . .5. Black youth are targeted by white men . . . 6. Women make less than men . . . 7. Pro-lifers are sexist . . . 8. Trannies are women . . . 9. Gays lead the same lives we do . . . 10. Christians are anti-science . . . 11. We need free health care . . . 12. The earth is dying . . . 13. Things are getting worse . . . 14. Diversity is our strength . . . 15. We’re all equal . . . .
“She comes across as a very humble, genuine person who is hardworking and gets the job done every day. She doesn’t sweat the small stuff.”Women have played a key role in the Republican Party since its establishment in 1854. The Republican Party and Republican women were the primary force behind the women's suffrage movement and the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Republican women have made history as the first women to serve in key positions, including Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress. Republican women such as Sarah Huckabee Sanders (pictured) continue to explore uncharted territory on behalf of all women. On July 21, Sanders was named White House Press Secretary, becoming the third woman to serve in that role.