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Hollywood has a saying that goes, “any publicity is good publicity.” In other words, whatever it is, if it gets people talking about movies it will be good for business.

I believe the Clintons have used the same publicity methodology with great success for decades.

And, I must say I am fed up with listening to so-called “conservative” talk radio hosts harp about Hillary Clinton all day long. I realize the Clintons make great fodder, and it must be difficult to find something to fill up the time. But there are real, substantive conservative issues talk radio could be focusing on but as one radio personality leaves and another takes over for a different time slot during the day, what’s the first thing the next radio host talks about? Hillary Clinton.

It is time for talk radio to talk about something else. Unless so-called “conservative” talk radio wants an outcome other than they claim by definition.

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In the past I wrote an essay, What Is It Going to Be, Equality or Diversity? You Can’t Have it Both Ways!

The terms equality and diversity indicate complete opposites of existence and are in my experience offensive tools rather than any measure of social equalization. “Equalization” is often not the ultimate goal.

To me what is crucial in the observation is that “equality” is frequently being used by one portion of society, women against men, one race against another, offensively rather than as a measure of equalization.

Equality and diversity are frequently terms used by larger social masses as a method of retribution rather than equalization. That is then just an en masse form of reverse discrimination. And as I’ve also written prior to this, reverse discrimination is just plain old discrimination. Simply because it is discrimination in the reverse doesn’t mean it is excusable. If we are all equal, if by laws we are now made to all be equal, then if you discriminate against me, that is not reverse discrimination, it is simply discrimination. Do you get it? I realize it is a difficult concept, even though it is so obviously simple.

I bring this up again because in reading the front page of the local newspaper today I noticed some picket signs in the large picture of the woman’s march in Washington D.C. protesting Donald Trump’s inauguration.

There were some very toothy slogans on those signs and clearly women in general haven’t risen above the circumstances. The women marching, not all women in this country of course, want to get down in the dirt it would appear.

So what does equality or diversity have to do with Trump’s inauguration? Once you are down there in the dirt, the rules change ladies. Didn’t you know that? You can’t chant nasty, barroom slogans and then expect to be treated like a lady. That’s just one incredibly “duh” moment I noticed in the pickets in the picture of the women marching.

The most significant realization I had, though, was in reading one picket that said “We are all Equal” and then seeing several protesters back in the crowd another picket that read, “Diversity is out Strength!”

Hold it. I’m confused. Are we diverse or are we all equal? We will use diversity in our defense when are accused of treating someone inequitably or will we seek equality when we feel we are being treated unequally? Ah yes, there is that massive distinction between the two terms used in such an a obvious yet subtle sense that it makes me wonder if those using them even know what they are saying.

This goes in particular to my statements in the past that feminism is a double standard forcing equality on the country but then limping off the stage when the going gets rough, taking the game into the dirt and then crying foul when getting dirt on your faces and ruffling your social frills.

Clearly what most of what the march was about was what one guy, now President of The United States, said to another in a situation of confidence that was betrayed.

You can’t hold a guy to the fire for that. And the language isn’t any different from what you can read in the picket signs of many of the women in the march protesting Trump’s inauguration.

If women really feel mistreated by such language, then women should stop using such language themselves, stop the baiting at work and in public, put an end to the false accusations, stop taking the game in the dirt and then crying foul when things get muddy.

Because if the campaign and the election are any indication of how things are going to get when things get down in the dirt for the next four years, there is a good chance that things are going to get muddy, too quite muddy indeed.

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I was around during the sixties and seventies when the great social rights movements in the country were aimed at instituting “equality.” It almost made sense. Everything was done to ensure equality and that movement carried on until recently.

Lately, everything has been about something else entirely. Realizing that the public doesn’t buy the “equality” argument anymore, that “equality” is frequently being used by one portion of society offensively against another rather than as a measure of equalization, and with the public finally concluding that nobody is really truly “equal,” they’ve changed their tune hoping to carry on with the so-called reforms.

Now, the catchall isn’t “equality” anymore, it is “diversity.” Instead of insuring equality, we are supposed to “Celebrate Diversity.”

Well, what is it? Is it “Equality” or is it “Diversity? Are we all the same or are we all different?

What’s it going to be? Because you can’t…

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Did you know you can read my entire blog from the very beginning, not just the essays and observations that I send to you individually! All you have to do is go to the right side of the page and pull down. The blog scroll will unravel to its complete length eventually. I say “eventually” because there are now 300 essays and observations. There you can read all of my entries including American’s Unfair Tax Code and The Brown Headed Cowbird, A General Observation on Health Care in America, Abortion and The True Conservative or my most popular essay, Should America be The World’s Police Force?

Find out why the socialists and communists who live among us have begun an elaborate smear campaign against me so that you have to continue to pay for their existence. Find out why legislation such as The Patriot Act has been bastardized and used against you by big government to silence the tongue of independence.

Depending upon your screen size you will see that there are well over three hundred pages of essays and observations, some may see as many as six hundred pages. Feel free to click on the individual entries to read the comments made by readers.

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When you realize that over forty percent of children were born to single mothers over the last ten years, each and every year with the most recent topping fifty percent, you begin to wonder what is going on in our cities? You know that the larger portion of the single mothers can’t afford to bear to term and raise those children without taxpayer support. I applaud the man who stays with his family and the woman who knows enough to take birth control if she can’t afford to raise a child on her own. Given today’s tax burdens and the condition of the country’s cities, the man who stays with his family is truly a hero in a way. So is the mother. The pressures on the family to break up are tremendous today.

So what’s going on, going on primarily in our cities?

Well, this may not be what is going on, but I must admit that the first thing that comes to MY mind is a government sponsored sex party. Your money is being used to pay for women having sex out-of-wedlock and the product of that sex, the result, the raising of the children, hundreds of thousands at the very least, perhaps millions, millions born each year to single mothers on public assistance.

With numbers like forty percent of children being born out-of-wedlock, forty percent!, what is happening in our country’s cities is nothing more than a slimy, writhing, government sponsored sex orgy. And your tax dollars are paying for it.

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Though it may seem misguided and mislabeled at times, white supremacy (a term coined by someone other than demonstrating whites, I’m sure) is really just white survival. The calls of “White Power” are no different than the calls of “Black Power” by The Black Panthers.

What you don’t hear coming from whites is whites saying white people should kill black children but there are numerous videos available of The Black Panthers calling for blacks to kill white children. To view some of the videos of Black Panthers calling for blacks to kill white babies, just scroll down on the front page of my blog and the videos will be visible to you.

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I wrote recently that an organized group calling themselves “The Black Panthers” was videoed marching around with guns and shouting anti-law enforcement chants such as “fuck the pigs and everyone fuck with them” and shouting slogans such as “Black Power!” Many of my readers were surprised that they had not seen the videos I displayed. They wondered why the national mainstream media had not shown the videos. Though I don’t watch much television news, I don’t recall seeing the videos at online news sites either. The videos may have been shown in the mainstream media though nobody I have asked can recall seeing them. The videos (scroll down into my blog roll to see them) certainly weren’t given much coverage. If you ask me, the videos are definitely newsworthy, more so than most news. An armed group of people who believe they are involved in a life and death struggle…

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I was around during the sixties and seventies when the great social rights movements in the country were aimed at instituting “equality.” It almost made sense. Everything was done to ensure equality and that movement carried on until recently.

Lately, everything has been about something else entirely. Realizing that the public doesn’t buy the “equality” argument anymore, that “equality” is frequently being used by one portion of society offensively against another rather than as a measure of equalization, and with the public finally concluding that nobody is really truly “equal,” they’ve changed their tune hoping to carry on with the so-called reforms.

Now, the catchall isn’t “equality” anymore, it is “diversity.” Instead of insuring equality, we are supposed to “Celebrate Diversity.”

Well, what is it? Is it “Equality” or is it “Diversity? Are we all the same or are we all different?

What’s it going to be? Because you can’t have it both ways!

Copyright © William Thien 2015

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