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Attorney General William Barr Quote

Speaking Wednesday during a Constitution Day celebration at Hillsdale College, in Michigan, Attorney General William Barr made reference to over zealous restrictions imposed by state authorities, as applicable to COVID-19…

You know, putting a national lockdown, stay at home orders, is like house arrest. Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history.

Attorney General William Barr

Source: Breitbart.com

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Quaker Oats Buckles To #cancelculture

For 130 years, Aunt Jemima, a popular breakfast foods brand, has been featured on Quaker’s pancake mix and syrup, etc..

Until now.

In light of elevated racial tensions stoked by radical marxist organizations, such as ANTIFA & Black Lives Matter, a spokesperson from Quaker Foods North America stated their reason to discontinue the brand –

…to make progress toward racial equality.

Kristin Kroepfl

This statement followed a recent TV appearance on NBC’s Today Show by an associate professor from Cornell’s Africana Studies and Research Center, who exclaimed –

Aunt Jemima is that kind of stereotype that is premised on this idea of Black inferiority and otherness. It is urgent to expunge our public spaces of a lot of these symbols that for some people are triggering and represent terror and abuse.

Riche Richardson

Terror and abuse???

As the left continues a campaign of social pressure to erase history, to cancel culture, to remove monuments and blur reality, they once again diminish the contributions of individual role models – in this case, Nancy Green.


The following text has been paraphrased from a transcript of The Rush Limbaugh Show on June 17, 2020…

Aunt Jemima was a real person named Nancy Green, a former slave. She was the first of several African-American models hired to promote a corporate trademark, and was offered a lifetime contract by Quaker Oats to promote the pancake mix. This marked the beginning of a major promotional push by the company that included thousands of personal appearances and merchandising; hence, she had a prominent role in the establishment of a brand that became leading in its category. She subsequently used her stature as a spokesperson to become a leading advocate against poverty and in favor of equal rights. And, as one of the first African-American missionary workers, she helped organize the Olivet Baptist Church.