Why Liberals Hate Columbus Day

By Craig Andresen – Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio

Ahhhhh…Columbus Day.

A holiday celebrated in many countries in the Americas and elsewhere which officially celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492.

The day is also celebrated as “Día de la Raza” (“Day of the Race”) in many countries in Latin America, as “Día de la Hispanidad” and “Fiesta Nacional” in Spain, where it is also the religious festivity of la Virgen del Pilar, as Día de las Américas (Day of the Americas) in Belize and Uruguay, as Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural (Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity) in Argentina, and as Giornata Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo or Festa Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo in Italy and in the Little Italys around the world.

Around here…

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How Liberals Would LIKE to Revise Thanksgiving

We all know the basics of the story of the first Thanksgiving.

We know of the Pilgrims, their friendship with the Indians and how they came together at a feast to celebrate the first successful harvest.


What if the story were written TODAY using LIBERAL mentality and a COMMON CORE approach to what liberals and socialists must surely see as THE most politically INCORRECT story of America’s history ever told?

Oh…How the story would change.

First of all…The Mayflower.

The ship that carried 102 Pilgrims to the new world would be HERALDED by the liberals for using WIND POWER and the Pilgrims CHAMPIONED for being GREENIES!!!

It’s not like they had a choice for had it been available in 1620…The Pilgrims would have CERTAINLY foregone the grueling 66 day journey for a 4 or 5 day cruise in a ship belching smoke and throwing the leftovers from each day’s all you can snarf buffet…overboard.


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Columbus Day…What a CROCK!

I was in the 1st grade and it was Oct. 12th. We were learning ALL about Columbus and how he discovered America.

In Fourteen Hundred and Ninety Two

Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue.

I got a stern look from my teacher that day because I asked what I thought to be a rather obvious question.

“How did Columbus discover a place that already had people on it?”

It was my 1st grade teacher who told us about how, when Columbus set foot on America, he was met by the Indians and, that’s what led to my question. I thought, like a 1st grade fool, that perhaps it was the Indians who discovered America.

What was I thinking?

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