'Photo ID' sign at DNC highlights Democrat hyprocrisy

This photo, taken at the Democratic National Convention, was posted to Facebook by Wayne Christian, former Texas state representative and current candidate for Texas Railroad Commissioner.  It shows a sign requiring delegates to show a photo ID to receive credentials and participate in convention activities. The procedure seems to fly in the face of the Democrats' political position that photo IDs should not be required to vote. It is not clear from where the photo originated.

"The hypocrisy of the Democrat Party never ceases to amaze me," Christian said in the Facebook post. "This photo taken at the Democrat Convention shows that the party requires photo identification to participate as a delegate at convention. This is the same party that describes Voter ID as an 'unnecessary restriction on those seeking to exercise freedom.'"

The irony was not lost on conservatives, who took the photo viral on social media. The Democratic party has not commented on the photo.

Hillary and Barack are going to hate these new Garbage Pail Kids cards

It seems no one is safe from the ridicule of the Garbage Pail Kids - not even Democrats! If you grew up in the 1980s, you remember the Garbage Pail Kids, the trading card/stickers with a gross-out sense of humor. They are still around, although now they also poke fun at politicians and celebrities as well. Topps, the creator of Garbage Pail Kids, released a series of sticker cards earlier this year that poked fun at several presidential candidates, and now, to celebrate the Democratic National Convention, they have released three new cards lampooning everyone's favorite liberals. 

Hillary Clinton hates all white privilege, except her own

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This Dallas 'Black Lives Matter' leader forgot he's a white dude

As the Dallas shootings in which five police officers lost their lives unfolded, the press gave a platform to the Dallas Black Lives Matter leaders who organized the protest that led to the gunfire. That included Rev. Jeff Hood, a liberal "pastor" who is his own march of walking contradictions.

Let's start with the most glaring head-scratcher: Hood spends most of his time speaking out against the racism of white Americans, while being as white as Liquid Paper himself. You might think otherwise if you only heard his voice on the radio, as his self-inflicted speech patterns are noticeably urban, but make no mistake, he's as white as a gallon of vanilla ice cream. 

Even though he is an ordained Baptist pastor (he graduated from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary), he advocates for assimilation with Islam and its teachings, even going as far as saying Jesus became a Muslim. He once said "I have no question that Jesus is so intimately incarnated with and connected to our Muslim friends that he has become one. If we want to walk with Jesus in this moment of extreme oppression and marginalization, we will too." (Reported by JihadWatch)

He is a vocal gay rights advocate, and even earned a Doctorate of Ministry in Queer Theology from the Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University (That's right - TCU is giving out doctorates in "Queer Theology"). In 2013, he was awarded PFLAG Fort Worth's Equality Award for Activism. Despite his radical gay rights advocacy, he is married to a woman and has five children.

Even though the Dallas shooter did not have direct ties to Black Lives Matter, Hood himself has been responsible for some violent rhetoric, including seemingly advocating violence towards police officers. “The police are always prepared for a gunfight. We shouldn’t be surprised when they actually get one,” he said in a May 2015 post on his website.

For a Baptist preacher, Hood hardly proclaims his faith. He describes himself as "a radical mystic and prophetic voice to a closed society."


That time Hillary Clinton used a confederate flag on a campaign button

With all of the focus on the Black Lives Matter movement these days, it's important to look back on how the presumptive Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, handled race issues in recent years. One glaring situation runs at odds with Clinton's current BLM support and opposition to the Confederate flag; mainly, her use of the flag on a 2008 campaign button. 

Pandora backs Black Lives Matter; cops call for boycott

Pandora's Facebook post supporting Black Lives Matter
After the shooting in Dallas that left five police officers dead, music streaming service Pandora chose a side, and they aren't backing the blue. And members of the Ft. Worth police department aren't happy with it.

Supreme Court decision ignores hundreds of mothers killed by botched abortions

When the Supreme Court struck down provisions of Texas' abortion clinic regulations this week, pro-abortion supporters rejoiced on social media. They somehow considered it a victory that women across the state of Texas will now be obtaining abortions from clinics with little professional oversight and doctors who may not be qualified to treat them if the abortion is botched.

Among the regulations that were struck down was a requirement that doctors performing abortions have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. That measure would have prevented another "Kermit Gosnell" situation, where an unqualified abortionist was operating in unsanitary conditions and harming countless women by botching their abortions.

Abortion advocates claim that the Texas regulations were pointless because women are not at risk of complications during the abortion process. CDC statistics, however, say otherwise. At least 400 women have died from botched abortions in the United States since legalization, with countless more harmed and maimed. Exact numbers may never be known, as documentation of such cases are not required. Life Dynamics has compiled hundreds of documented cases in which women died from abortions; Priests for Life has a partial list of the victims here.