Wednesday Reads: Replacement Theory

That cartoon above is by Pat Bagley, and it is another perfect example of the art of political cartoons.

Now as you know…political cartoons are my favorite. Here we go…via Cagle website:

There was such a problem with the last post I did on Sunday, that I wanted to share a few signs from the #BansOffOurBodies rallies that were held on Saturday…along with some updates and comments found on Twitter about the mass hate murder in Buffalo.

This next story takes place in a town just on the state line from Banjoville…

Before I share a few more cartoons and tweets, you need to see this from 60 Minutes…if you haven’t already seen it:

It is absolutely overwhelming to watch what this family discovers when one man buys an old house in the town where he grew up…I truly believe that God is a Black Woman, and I have to say…she is looking down on this family and guiding them on their journey here.

Here is an article about the family from January:

Okay, a few more cartoons:

Seriously, y’all need to follow Pat Bagley on the Twitter…

Oh yeah, I’m sure y’all know by now…

Updates on the Primaries.
An interesting thread…

I will end this post with a few cartoons from Luckovich:

And…this is an open thread.

11 Comments on “Wednesday Reads: Replacement Theory”

  1. Minkoff Minx says:

    Ok, so the page is doing the website crash again on mobile phones. I have a question into the WordPress support…so hopefully we will have an answer soon.

    • Minkoff Minx says:

      Ok, so I think I see what is going on…I had my phone set to page zoom at 115%. When I put the settings back to 100%, the page loaded fine…

  2. bostonboomer says:

    Thanks for the info on the Virginia plantation. What a heartbreaking story. But I’m glad the Miller family knows much more about their history now.

    • Minkoff Minx says:

      I know, it gave me chills watching that story. I was tearing up and thinking how that family is feeling about their history and that land.

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  4. NW Luna says:

    So much disillusioning news and stayed off for a while. Now to catch up on my reading!

    Lovely moon photo.

    That cartoon with the well-regulated militiaman with the 1700s rifle compared with the racist with the modern assault weapon — really gets the point across.

    Great to see all the protests against the Republican SCOTUS draft opinion.

    But that slanted ACLU claim? The ACLU sued to block signs that simply stated: “This facility maintains a policy of allowing the use of restrooms by either biological sex regardless of the designation on the restroom,” at the entrances of single-sex public restrooms, locker rooms, dressing areas or other facilities that are “designated for a specific biological sex … where a person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.”
    So now a teen girl with her first period, a woman getting away from a man following her, a religious woman who wants to use a bathroom away from men, a woman who may be miscarrying, a grandmother who values privacy, and any woman who wants a woman-only space now can’t find a restroom free of men.
    Eff you, ACLU. Those signs aren’t hate speech, they are factual. Facts aren’t discrimination. Fact don’t dis-belong anyone. Facts don’t de-exist anyone. In fact, ACLU, you are denying women the right to privacy and safety.

    • quixote says:

      Yeah. It’s irritating, like a sand grain in the eye, that all the “inclusiveness” seems to include anybody except females with their own needs. That group is only there to make way.

      Which is odd. Because if sex is a construct, how do they know which sex to make invisible?

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