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Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 13, 2018 at 3:34pm

Kavanaugh’s Nomination Gets Rave Reviews From Legal Scholars.


Law Professors and Deans:

 Georgetown Law Professor Randy Barnett: “Kavanaugh’s appointment would move the Court in the direction of textualism and originalism.”

 George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School Adjunct Professor Jamil Jaffer: “Judge Kavanaugh is an inspired pick by the President for this nomination to the Supreme Court.”

Harvard Law School Professor Jack Goldsmith: Brett Kavanaugh is immensely qualified for the Supreme Court: an outstanding lawyer and judge; a great teacher and serious scholar of the law; and a generous, honorable, kind person.”

Harvard Law School Professor John Manning: “An inspiring teacher and mentor, Judge Kavanaugh has somehow always found extra time for his students, whether to dig deeper into important legal questions or to offer valuable career advice. Let me take this occasion to thank Judge Kavanaugh for the generosity, dedication, and collegiality he has shown our community.”

Harvard Law School Professor Richard Lazarus: “Judge Kavanaugh has been an outstanding member of our teaching faculty. Our students have benefited enormously from his generous devotion of his time, his skills as a jurist, and his legal acumen.”

Hofstra Law Associate Dean and Professor Julian Ku: “My overall take: Kavanaugh has set forth his views on the status of international law in US law much more clearly than any sitting SCOTUS justice and most federal judges. He would be a SCOTUS thought leader on these issues if he is confirmed.”

University of Southern Mexifornia Gould School of Law Professor Orin Kerr:“[Kavanaugh] has been a prominent conservative judge on the D.C. Circuit, and he is well known and well liked among the conservative legal elite. He has also been a thought leader whose views get attention and respect among the current Supreme Court justices.”

Yale Law School Dean Heather Gerken: “I have known Brett Kavanaugh for many years. I can personally attest that, in addition to his government and judicial service, Judge Kavanaugh has been a longtime friend to many of us in the Yale Law School community. Ever since I joined the faculty, I have admired him for serving as a teacher and mentor to our students and for hiring a diverse set of clerks, in all respects, during his time on the court.”

Yale Law School Professor Akhil Reed Amar: “Judge Kavanaugh commands wide and deep respect among scholars, lawyers, judges, and justices. Good appellate judges faithfully follow the Supreme Court; great ones influence and help steer the Court. Several of Kavanaugh’s biggest ideas have found their way into Supreme Court opinions.”

Yale Law School Professor William Eskridge: “Brett Kavanaugh has been one of the most learned judges in America on a variety of issues, ranging from theories of statutory interpretation to separation of powers. We are proud that he is our graduate and eager to continue to learn from his judicial opinions and scholarly publications.”

Yale Law School Professor Abbe Gluck: “… Brett Kavanaugh is a true intellectual–a leading thinker and writer on the subjects of statutory interpretation and federal courts; an incomparable mentor–someone who picks law clerks of all backgrounds and viewpoints; and a fair-minded jurist who believes in the rule of law. He is humble, collegial and cares deeply about the federal courts.”

Yale Law School Professor Kate Stith: “He is a terrific judge. In my federal criminal law class, I love teaching his opinions because they are smart, thoughtful, and clear. He’s also been a wonderful mentor and teacher to our students—not just to those who clerk for him, but those who meet with him during one of his many visits to Yale Law School.”

Judge Kavanaugh’s Former Law Clerks

Marguerite Colson: “Brett Kavanaugh loves being a judge. But even more than being a judge, he loves being a father, friend, and mentor. He takes responsibility for each and every one of his clerks (no matter their ideological stripe), striving for their personal and professional success as if it were his own.”

Gillian Grossman: “My clerkship with Judge Kavanaugh was as much a lesson in graciousness, humility, and compassion as it was in the law. Judge Kavanaugh’s herculean work ethic and extraordinary intellect are matched only by his unimpeachable integrity and his love for his country.”

Zac Hudson: “Judge Kavanaugh is a brilliant person who has a deep and nuanced understanding of the law. He judges each case fairly and independently based on an assessment of the facts and arguments with which he is presented. Policy and politics do not alter his approach to judging. This country would be fortunate to have Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court Justice.”

Saritha Komatireddy: “I considered it a special privilege to train under a man who had such fundamental respect for the law and a complete commitment to getting it right.”

Travis Lenkner: “Judge Kavanaugh is a fair, independent judge for whom fidelity to the Constitution is the guiding light. He has been an incredible mentor to me and to all of his law clerks and students. He is a kind, genuine, down-to-earth person and a devoted husband and father. I know without a doubt that he will be a wonderful Supreme Court Justice.”

Caroline Littleton: “At the end of my clerkship, my parents sent a short note to Judge Kavanaugh, thanking him for having been such a wonderful boss and mentor to me. Their note very easily could have gone without response, but instead Judge Kavanaugh took the time to write a heartfelt note in return, thanking them for how they raised me. To this day (nearly six years later), my parents still cherish that note. This is the kind of person that Judge Kavanaugh is—an extraordinarily thoughtful man, who goes out of his way to be kind.”

Jennifer Mascott: Judge Kavanaugh has one of the sharpest legal minds in the country. He has been a thought leader on the D.C. Circuit and has served consistently as an independent, fair-minded judge. He is very down-to-earth and kind and I am grateful for his willingness to serve as a mentor to his clerks.”

Roman Martinez: “Ten years ago, I was honored to serve as law clerk to Judge Kavanaugh at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. I saw firsthand his reverence for the Constitution, his integrity, his fairness, and his overriding commitment to do justice in every case, big or small.”

Sarah Pitlyk: “Judge Kavanaugh is an exemplary judge: brilliant, principled, and faithful to the text. He is also a gifted writer who meticulously crafts every opinion. His excellence and dedication have earned him the admiration of colleagues across the political spectrum. It is hard to imagine anyone better suited to serve on the Supreme Court.”

Richard Re: “Judge Kavanaugh is a master of the legal craft. His opinions are scholarly, influential, and unyieldingly reasoned. He has already left an important mark on the law, and, if confirmed, he would continue to be a fair-minded voice on the bench.”

Hagan Scotten: Judge Kavanaugh is a great judge who will make a great Justice. I learned a ton from Judge Kavanaugh even before I clerked for him, when I took a class he taught at my law school. He taught with the knowledge and clarity of the best professors. And his dedication to his students was legendary.”

Indraneel Sur: “Since his first day at the D.C. Circuit, Judge Kavanaugh has stood ready to invest whatever amount of energy is necessary to get the reasoning and the result right in every case … Of course, he would bring that same tireless dedication to the rule of law to the Supreme Court where he confirmed.”

Rebecca Taibleson: “Judge Kavanaugh is a brilliant judge, and he has the disposition to match. He is even-handed, kind, and honest with everyone—colleagues, litigants, and staff alike.”

Caroline Van Zile: Judge Kavanaugh is incredibly qualified to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court. Beyond that, he is a good, kind and fair-minded person. Americans should be proud to have someone with his independence, integrity and character on the bench.”

Justin Walker: “Anyone who knows Judge Brett Kavanaugh knows he reveres the Constitution. For 12 years on the second most important court in the country, Judge Kavanaugh has applied the Constitution as it is written. He knows that judging means going where text and precedent lead you, in a fair-minded, evenhanded manner … That passion for our constitutional structure is among the reasons he’s the smartest lawyer I’ve ever met and the best teacher I’ve ever had.”

Katie Wellington: “The year I clerked for Judge Kavanaugh, he had hired four female law clerks—a first for any Judge on the D.C. Circuit. Today, he is a mentor to each of us as we pursue careers in public service, private practice, and academia.”

Candice Wong: “Judge Kavanaugh taught us, his clerks, to be meticulous; he showed us that by thinking more rigorously and working more ferociously than any of us. But he also showed us the importance of hearing out all sides of an issue, being gracious to all parties, and making time for family and friends (and maybe some marathon training) outside of work.”

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 6:57pm

Will This Muslim Group Be Designated as Terrorists?

 7/11/18  by:  True Daily Staff

The muslim Brotherhood, an organization connected to International Jihad, could finally be designated as a terrorist organization.

The Free Beacon reports:

 Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are renewing a years-long push to designate the international muslim Brotherhood organization as a terrorist organization due to its support for terror organizations that threaten U.S. security interests across the globe, according to conversations with U.S. officials spearheading the effort.

 The congressional effort to target the muslim Brotherhood will kick off early Wednesday, when lawmakers on the House’s Subcommittee on National Security gather for a hearing to “examine the threat that the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliates pose to the United States and its interests and how to most effectively counter it, including potential next steps for U.S. policy,” according to the committee.

 The hearing is expected to set the stage for Congress to follow through on efforts that begun in 2015to convince the obuma administration to designate the muslim Brotherhood as a terror group following its violent, and eventually failed, takeover in Egypt.

 The State Department has opposed formal designation of the Brotherhood for some time due to efforts by the obuma administration to make diplomatic overtures to the group, particularly during its coup in Egypt.

 Although the Trump administration has designated various offshoots of the Brotherhood as global terror groups, the organization as a whole has escaped U.S. scrutiny.

 Liberals have covered for the muslim Brotherhood in the name of tolerance, but the truth is coming out.

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 6:46pm

Supreme Court Deals ANOTHER Major Blow to Libs!

 7/27/18  by: True Daily Staff

On Wednesday, in a decision that was a major blow to public sector and teachers’ unions, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a public sector employee who refused to join a public union and objected to paying a union fee that was automatically deducted from his paycheck every month under the union’s contract.

 As Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the decision, “States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees.”

 The case involved Mark Janus, a child support worker in Illinois, who would not join the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which represents state employees. He would not pay the $45 union fee (known as an “agency” or “fair share” fee) the union demanded every month from his paycheck.

 The right of the union to collect the fee was based on the SCOTUS decision in Abood v. Detroit Bd. of Ed.

That decision permitted a union to charge only for services from which nonunion members benefited, including negotiating and administering a collective bargaining agreement and handling grievance procedures, as marketplace.org noted.

 But the Supreme Court reversed the Abood decision, ruling that Janus was “undisputedly injured in fact by Illinois’ agency-fee scheme and his injuries can be redressed by a favorable court decision … The State’s extraction of agency fees from nonconsenting public- sector employees violates the First  

 Amendment. Abood erred in concluding otherwise, and stare decisis cannot support it. Abood is therefore overruled.”

 Unions had a place in society a long time ago. But as the businesses grew and the workforce became larger too many of the union leaders saw a way to get rich. They even built themselves resorts where only union officials could take extended vacations, live in comfort, and just raise union dues to pay for their pleasure.

 It is way past time for them to be exposed. I speak from experience having been involved with unions for MANY years. The fair minded people who worked in the unions were weeded out by those who set their sights on the “good life”. This is an excellent decision by the court. 

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 6:36pm

Rowdy Trey Gowdy Brings Down Hammer on FBI Loverboy.

 7/12/18  by: True Daily Staff

Congressman Trey Gowdy fired brutal questions against FBI agent Peter Strzok.

The Daily Caller reports:

 Rep. Trey Gowdy got heated while questioning anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok Thursday.

Gowdy told Strzok that he doesn’t “give a damn” what Strzok appreciated or wanted.

 Gowdy questioned Strzok on why specifically he was let go from the Mueller investigation.

“How long did you talk to him when he let you go?” Gowdy asked.

 Strozk’s testimony has opened more questions over the Mueller investigation.

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 10:42am
Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 10:30am

The Border Patrol Claims Dumb Assed  NY City Mayor Bill de Blasio Illegally Crossed The Border.

New York City Mayor, dumb assed Bill de Blasio embarrassingly violated Mexican and U.S. laws when he and his security team crossed the southern border in June near El Paso, TX.

 De Blasio was with a group of 20 mayors who were attempting to gain access to a holding facility for illegal alien children. They crossed the border to get a better view of the facility.

 Chief patrol agent Aaron Hull for the Border Patrol’s El Paso Sector sent a letter to de Blasio informing them of their violation. The AP reports:

 According to the letter, a uniformed Border Patrol agent noticed a group on the Rio Grande River flood plain south of the Tornillo, Texas, Port of Entry, taking photos of the holding facility. The agent asked if anyone from Border Patrol or public affairs was there to authorize their presence. A New York Police Department inspector said 'NO', according to the letter, and when the agent asked the group how they arrived, they pointed to Mexico.

 But the group disregarded the order and drove back to Mexico, according to the letter.”

 Through his spokesman de Blasio denied the allegations saying, “The mayor crossed the border with the direct approval and under the supervision of the border patrol supervisor at this port of entry. Any suggestion otherwise is a flat-out lie and an obvious attempt by someone to attack the Mayor because of his advocacy for families being ripped apart at the border by the Trump Administration.”

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 10:17am

Subject: Take a knee:

  All I can say is AMEN!

 Let's all pause for a moment and seek our sameness instead of our differences and ask God to heal our land and bring us back together.

 SM Take a knee... written by Ted Nugent Take a little trip to Valley Forge in January.

 "Hold a musket ball in your fingers and imagine it piercing your flesh and breaking a bone or two. There won't be a doctor or trainer to assist you until after the battle, so just wait your turn.

 Take your cleats and socks off to get a real experience. Then, take a knee on the beach in Normandy where man after American man stormed the beach, even as the one in front of him was shot to pieces, the very sea stained with American blood.

 The only blockers most had were the dead bodies in front of them, riddled with bullets from enemy fire.

Take a knee in the sweat soaked jungles of Vietnam. From Khe Sanh to Saigon, anywhere will do. Americans died in all those jungles.

 There was no playbook that told them what was next, but they knew what flag they represented. When they came home, they were protested as well, and spit on for reasons only cowards know.

 Take another knee in the blood drenched sands of Fallujah in 110 degree heat. Wear your Kevlar helmet and battle dress. Your number won't be printed on it unless your number is up! You'll need to stay hydrated but there won't be anyone to squirt Gatorade into your mouth. You're on your own.

 There are a lot of places to take a knee where Americans have given their lives all over the world.

When you use the banner under which they fought as a source for your displeasure, you dishonor the memories of those who bled for the very freedoms you have. That's what the red stripes mean. It represents the blood of those who spilled a sea of it defending your liberty.

 While you're on your knee, pray for those that came before you, not on a manicured lawn striped and printed with numbers to announce every inch of ground taken, but on nameless hills and bloodied beaches and sweltering forests and bitter cold mountains, every inch marked by an American life lost serving that flag you protest.

 No cheerleaders, no announcers, no coaches, no fans, just American men and women, delivering the real fight against those who chose to harm us, blazing a path so you would have the right to "take a knee."

 You haven't any inkling of what it took to get you where you are, but your "protest" is duly noted.

 Not only is it disgraceful to a nation of real heroes, it serves the purpose of pointing to your ingratitude for those who chose to defend you under that banner that will still wave long after your jersey is retired.

 If you really feel the need to take a knee, come with me to church on Sunday and we'll both kneel before Almighty God. We'll thank Him for preserving this country for as long as He has We'll beg forgiveness for our ingratitude for all He has provided us. We'll appeal to Him for understanding and wisdom. We'll pray for liberty and justice for all, because He is the one who provides those things.


There will only be gratitude for His provision and a plea for His continued grace and mercy on the land of the free and the home of the brave.

  It goes like this, GOD BLESS AMERICA.


Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 3:03am

Academy Sports manager fired weeks after intercepting gun thief suspect in Florida store, lawyer says.  

 7/11/18 By Elizabeth Zwirz | Fox News  

 Dean Crouch, a sporting goods store employee who last month helped catch a suspect allegedly trying to steal a weapon, was suspended and later lost his job at the Florida business following the incident, his lawyer said.

Dean Crouch, a sporting goods store employee who last month helped catch a suspect trying to steal a weapon, was suspended and later lost his job at the Florida business following the incident, his lawyer said.

 Dean Crouch, 32, was working at the Academy Sports store in Tallahassee on June 29 when robbery suspect Jason White allegedly tried to steal a gun, the Tallahassee Democrat reported.

 After Jason White tried to flee with the stolen firearm he’d requested to see, Dean Crouch stepped in and ultimately detained him.

 While police made their way to the scene, the suspect was relocated to an office at the business, he said.

Attorney Hobbs said the suspect had attempted to make off with a .40 caliber handgun and matching ammunition.

Man Arrested for Stealing Three Firearms from Two Local Businesses.

 The Tallahassee Police Department has made an arrest for three firearm thefts occurring Friday, June 29, 2018 at two different business. TPD officers responded to Cash America Pawn located 2535 South Adams Street at 11:21 a.m. Employees reported a man requested to look at two handguns, a .45 caliber and a .380 caliber handgun. The man picked up both handguns and ran outside the store without purchasing them.

 The Tallahassee Police Department, who arrested the suspect, wrote on Facebook that “employees detained a man who tried to run out of the store with a firearm, ammunition, and a backpack, which were stolen from the business.”

 The suspect also stole two weapons from a pawn shop earlier the same day, police said.

Attorney Hobbs claimed that Dean Crouch was placed on suspension in the days after the incident amid a policy that prohibits employees from placing their hands on customers while they’re in the store.

 Dean Crouch lost his job on Tuesday, he said, adding that his client had been “suspended and terminated for preventing this thief from stealing this weapon.”

 “Academy has decided to, instead of treating him like a hero he is, they terminated his employment effective immediately because he put his hands on Mr. White,” Hobbs told the Tallahassee Democrat.

 Left without a job, Hobbs told Fox News that Crouch – who has a wife and two small children – put their home up for sale as “a direct result of him losing his job at Academy Sports.”

 “They’re just scared,” he said.

A representative for Academy Sports did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

 A company spokeswoman Elise Hasbrook told the Democrat that Academy’s treatment of the former employee’s conduct, as well as his eventual firing, complied with company policy.  “While the incident ended without injury, actions inconsistent with corporate policies were taken,” she told the outlet. “We addressed the matter with the local store and individuals involved.”

 Hobbs told Fox News that they are “exploring” their “options” but at this point, no lawsuit has been filed. At the moment, he said they’re more concerned with “trying to protect his rights” and finding him a new job.

 Hobbs also told the Democrat that Academy’s policy might warrant a re-examination.

My instincts tell me they are concerned more about people like Mr. White suing them for being stopped in the course of a theft than they are about rewarding or acknowledging in a positive manner that Mr. Crouch may have saved lives,” he told the outlet.


Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 2:35am

Border Patrol agents rescue abandoned 3-year-old girl in Texas.

 7/11/18  By Nicole Darrah | Fox News  

 A three-year-old girl and her mother are reunited after being separated in Texas. U.S. Border Patrol says the two were separated after being smuggled across the southern border.

 The little  girl who was reportedly abandoned as she was smuggled into the U.S. was rescued Monday by Border Patrol agents and the National Guard who searched the area looking for her.

Agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector of the southern border responded to reports that illegal immigrants could possibly be hiding underneath a bridge, according to a press release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.


Once agents responded to the scene, a woman told them that she was smuggled into the U.S., and her daughter — who was supposed to cross the border next — was missing.

Officials said the mother saw the smuggler and her daughter "both drifting down the [Rio Grande river] as she lost sight of them," and couldn't tell whether the two returned to Mexico or if her daughter had drifted away by herself.

 Riverine units from the Harlingen Border Patrol Station and a helicopter from the National Guard were dispatched to search for the child, who was eventually located "walking on the river road."

The girl, according to Border Patrol, was found unharmed.


1. But the left thinks illegals and their smugglers are fine upstanding law abiding folks. The smuggler abandoned the kid to fend for herself and could have perished had it not been for the mother reporting to the Border patrol that by the way did an amazing job of finding the child who was is now safe. Imagine what could have happened if the left had it's way and disbanded ICE. Somehow the knuckle dragging leftists will find a way to blame President Trump for this.

2. Well this sure puts a kink in the "poor pitiful devastated separated from their parent's " angle the liberals are pushing now doesn't it!

3.  "...was reunited with her mother." Are you kidding me? She leaves her three year old, so she can get cross ILLEGALLY before her daugther?  

4.  'President Trumps' border patrol SAVED a 3 year old baby that a human trafficker separated from her mother & abandoned to wander around the Rio Grand on her own, (the mother paid them to do this) how the hell is this going to look to all those socialist who want these hard working border patrol officers to look evil, when in fact they are saving lives everyday.'                                                                             

Comment by Bullheaded Texan on July 12, 2018 at 2:17am

University of Wyoming's 'cowboy' slogan rustles up some idiotic controversy.

 7/11/18 By Amy Lieu | Fox News  

A new University of Wyoming slogan, "The world needs more cowboys," has some arguing that it's sexist.

University of Wyoming's new slogan, "The world needs more cowboys," has some arguing that it's sexist.  

 "The world needs more cowboys," the University of Wyoming says in a new marketing slogan.

Apparently not everyone agrees.

 The slogan has drawn backlash from critics, including faculty members and Native American groups, who call the catchphrase sexist, racist and counterproductive to university recruitment -- because it excludes women and people of color, Reuters reported.

 The university’s mascot is a “cowboyriding a bucking horse with hat in hand.


Darrell Hutchinson, a cultural specialist, told Reuters that people who do not fit the stereotypical image of a cowboy – “a white man with a wide-brimmed hat riding the range on horseback” – are not made to feel welcome.

 “If you’re not a white person, and especially if you’re an Indian, it would make you feel out of place -- it wouldn’t make you feel too good about yourself,” said Hutchinson, a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe in Wyoming.

 University officials in Laramie defended the tagline, which they said was created by a Colorado-based marketing firm.“In a vacuum, the term ‘cowboy’ appears gender- and perhaps race-specific, but in the context of the branding campaign it is connected to images and words that show our cowboys are diverse, of every sex and background,” university spokesman Chad Baldwin said, according to Reuters.

 He said the university wants to “throw away” the stereotype of cowboys, updating what it means and looks like to be one.

 A cowboy is not what you are, but who you are,” Baldwin said.

The campaign cost $500,000 and is part of a more than $1.4 million investment to advertise the university, located around 50 miles northwest of Cheyenne.

 Jim Magagna, executive vice president of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, said ranchers are worried the dispute may cast “aspersions on a time-honored way of life and work,” according to Reuters.

 “We are proud of the true image of the real cowboy or cowgirl, often of very diverse race or ethnicity, riding the range on a well-groomed horse while sporting a cowboy hat, chaps, spurs and a rope,” he said in a statement.


Pistol Pete is the 'cowboy' mascot of the University of Wyoming.- University of Wyoming Athletics.

Wyoming, the so-called 'Cowboy State', hosts the university’s sports teams, also called the 'Cowboys';

a 'cowboy' mascot named Pistol Pete also appears at games. 

  Donal O’Toole, a university professor, said he believes the critics make a valid point.

“This is a sexist slogan,” O'Toole told the Chronicle of Higher Education. 

 "As with many universities, the higher you will go up in rank, the higher proportion of men you find within the university," said O’Toole, who is president of the Faculty Senate. He said that in a state where the official motto is “'Equal Rights' … we need to make an effort to reach everyone.”

 "It’s very 1950s to think that ‘boy’ somehow includes ‘girl.'"- Christine Porter, associate professor at University of Wyoming.  "the slogan simply sounds outdated."

 Christine Boggs, co-chair of the Committee on Women and People of Color at the university, told Reuters that she had no criticism of cowboys, since her father was one. But she pointed out that the committee’s 50 to 60 members were “very upset,” the Chronicle reported. “If we’re striving to be a diverse university, exposing our students to a broader scope of ideas, we have to invite them in a more positive, inclusive way,” Boggs told Reuters.

 A group of female scientists also wrote a letter to university administrators, asking them “embrace a slogan that takes us into the 21st Century,” according to the education news site.  

Despite the pushback, the new slogan is set to launch Sept. 14. **** YE-HAA! ****


Points To Ponder:

1. Is Oklahoma State next? And there are a number of colleges and universities nicknamed Beavers and Cougars, too. And, of course, what about The Dallas 'Cowboys'?  

2. The PC crowd should try to learn a little of the history of what there protesting,,, Bulldogging was invented by a black man (Bill Pickett) Many of the old Cowboys where Indians , blacks , Mexicans and from all parts of the world. and some where even female.

3. Sounds like these "educated" professors don't know much about the history of cowboys. They should try cracking open a book...or even just using Google.

4. Since the cowboy represents courage, commitment, independence, toughness, and the spirit of American greatness, the alt-left sissies will be against it --always...

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