The American harpies were crushed by the blonde gals from Sweden.

"Yeah, we didn't score any goals against Sweden last night, but that was totally on purpose," said star player and beloved activist Megan Rapinoe. "This isn't the time to score goals—when America is still racist. We totally could have beaten Sweden but we decided as a team that no goals will be scored until complete equality has been achieved in America. Also, we demand a hefty raise."

So brave. So stunning. So fierce!

Diversity in NYC

Theft, assault, and possible murder:

A mom who was left with a critical brain injury after being dragged down stairs by a mugger at a Manhattan subway station may never wake up, her son has said.

Come for a better life in America. Get killed by a Negro. Then, watch the media tell you that the biggest threat is horrible White people.

Between January 2020 and May of this year, 10 people lost their lives to homicides while riding the New York City subway system, according to a new analysis from the New York Times. The average number of killings on the subways has been one to two annually since the late 1990s. New York has experienced five years' worth of homicides in little more than a year.

That liberty loving Left

Isn't it strange how Adolf Trump was "voted" out of office and the current not-president tells corporations to censor certain stories while the mainstream media can't stop licking boots? Direct from the source:

White Man Bad

Almost zero coverage for modern slavery. Look at Qatar. They bribed their way into showcasing the next Soccer World Cup tournament and then imported hundreds of thousands of workers slaves to set up the infrastructure. Where are all those progressives who love colored people?

The manufactured and sustained outrage is against White people for what a few of their ancestors did in the previous centuries. That's the unifying force of the malignant colored coalition.

Thanks not-president!

Local man Henry Truckman was filling up his gas tank today in preparation for the holiday weekend. The 19-gallon tank in his 2016 Camaro cost nearly $95 to fill up, and he was feeling pretty down about how expensive gas is under the Biden administration—that is, until he pulled up Twitter and saw that a slice of cheese would cost him 16 cents less this year, thanks to Uncle Joe.

"Wow -- a whole 16 cents! Thanks, Biden!" he said, his mood having instantly shifted to one of joy and optimism. "This will change everything! I'd better drive home and tell the wife!" He happily drove toward his house, spending over $5 in gas to drive the 20 miles home.

The photo is fantastic!

The current year

My electricity used to be on a two-month billing cycle. The utility company changed it to a one-month schedule a few years ago. Now, my payments are approaching the same amount as they were before that change. In other words, electricity has doubled in price in a very short time. Add in the skyrocketing housing market, rent and the recent spike in food prices and real inflation is squeezing the average person. Of course, the government data shows a modest 1.314% inflation. So, it's cool.

The same holds true with crime statistics. If the police don't even bother recording the petty thefts, burglaries, and physical assaults, then did they really happen?

The poor are prey

The rich can afford their own security apparatus or they can easily move away. The rest will pay the price for such wicked policies.

Communism to Capitalism

Raw emotion in a supermarket. The part about the eggs was pitiful.

Communism has been glorified for a century but it can't even provide the one basic need that people have: sufficient food! Cakes and toys are out of reach for the average Cuban:

The guy has been in construction for two decades but the roof on his home leaks because he simply doesn't have the materials to fix it.

And you'll be happy!

Large parts of Canada are worse. The average detached house in the Greater Toronto Area costs over $1 million. Even an annual $56,000 income -- that's double minimum wage -- is utterly insufficient in such a rigged market.

No manna from minimum wage

On Thursday the Harvard Business Review published an article under the headline, “Research: When a Higher Minimum Wage Leads to Lower Compensation.”

It's new research from data in California and Texas:

“For every $1 increase in the minimum wage, we found that the total number of workers scheduled to work each week increased by 27.7%, while the average number of hours each worker worked per week decreased [sic] by 20.8%,” the researchers wrote. “For an average store in California, these changes translated into four extra workers per week and five fewer hours per worker per week — which meant that the total wage compensation of an average minimum wage worker in a California store actually fell by 13.6%.”

Since the businesses are forced to pay more for each hour of labor, they make up for it by cutting benefits:

“We found that for every $1 increase in minimum wage, the percentage of workers working more than 20 hours per week (making them eligible for retirement benefits) decreased by 23.0%,” the researchers said.

I've seen this a lot in Ontario as well where many stores would rather hire 2-3 part-time workers instead of one full-time employee. This often means that such workers now have to juggle multiple jobs to make ends meet.

This meme seems appropriate:

Don't negotiate with Hans

One of the two great movies directed by John McTiernan:

His second magnificent film is, of course, about an expert hunter.