• Six Flags

    An over-hyped summer theme park for obese kids who love to eat overpriced junk food, drink calorie-bombs, and to wait on long lines for roller-coasters while baking under the sun and listening bad music.

    168 Points
  • Gas Shortages

    A glimpse of transforming Biden’s America into a socialist Venezuela after lumber, chicken, housing, semiconductor, and commodity shortages. 

    181 Points
  • California

    A dirty, filthy, overtaxed, crime-ridden, bureaucratic one-party sanctuary state which used to be one of the most beautiful and prosperous places on the entire planet before Democrats took over.

    342 Points
  • Colonial Pipeline Shutdown

    A ransomware hack by crypto-freaks over a 5,500-mile U.S. fuel pipeline running from Texas to New Jersey that the collectivist propaganda outlets are conditioned to blame on their favorite scapegoat: Russia.

    160 Points

    The abbreviation for the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which is a database of voluntary reports of 1% of the COVID-19 vaccine-related side effects that is manipulated daily by the CDC and FDA to justify the effectiveness and to propagate the safety of the vaccine.

    255 Points
  • Dollar Stores

    Dirt cheap discount stores that sell private-label Chinese counterfeit goods and questionable perishable products which contain poisonous chemicals among others harmful to your health. There are a variety of them operating lawfully in North America, such as Dollar Tree, Dollar General, Dollar Store, Family Dollar, etc..

    173 Points
  • Classic Liberalism

    The original political philosophy of the Founding Fathers which is based on the believes of individual liberty, rule of law, private property, economic freedom, and the foundation of the Declaration of Independence before totalitarian collectivists hijacked the term in the 20th century.

    237 Points
  • Broken Windows Theory

    A criminology theory that states lawlessness, lack of authority, and anarchy are contagious, which spread faster than an epidemic. According to theory, just as a building with one broken window is vulnerable to additional vandalism, a neighborhood with visible signs of minor disorder, such as graffiti and littering, is vulnerable to criminal invasion

    226 Points
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