Date: August 2nd 2013

Conservative Resources by J.P. Travis at

Despicable spokesmen

[J.P.'s Moment of Common Sense on Broad View, KRNG 101.3 FM Reno. Listen live Saturdays at 11:00 AM Pacific Time.]

Vacation renews perspective and I spent last week on an island with no connection to the outside world—no cell phone, no Internet, no television—so I definitely suffered from fresh perspective when I got home.

I use the word "suffered" because it's painful to see the depravity and stupidity which are commonplace in modern America. To see it with increased clarity by comparison to the simple decency of island life was not pleasant.

One of the first voices I heard from my car radio after regaining the mainland was Jesse Jackson—still whining, rasping, and burping about the George Zimmerman acquittal—which reminded me of my first introduction to this race-baiting extortionist lowlife. It was the early 1980s...

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