We’ve been witnessing attacks against conservatives and their principles for quite some time so this recent example really should be of no surprise. Just this week on Twitter, liberal artist Cher went on her predictable tirade against Senator Rand Paul suggesting he was against civil rights for minorities. Of course she was lying and twisting her interpretation of what Sen. Paul’s stance is on the matter, but is that not what liberals in Hollywood and media are known for?
R.O.A.R., which stands for Renaissance of American Responsibility, is the latest creation by Morris Communication and headed by Michael Ryan. Ryan is an accomplished author who serves on the editorial staff of Morris’ print publication the Augusta Chronicle located in Augusta, Georgia, which also happens to be the headquarters for Morris Communications and Metro Spirit.
When the news of the launch broke, the liberal site Gawker wasted no time attacking. Anyone familiar with Gawker knows of their use of divisive tactics, crude language and radical leftist opinions regarding anything that is not progressive-leaning. The reason for Gawker’s attack? Because Morris Communication, working with ROAR, suggested that America should educate young people on civics, history and what makes America exceptional. That’s it. And yet the language that writer Hamilton Nolan uses in his Gawker piece is so strong that I cannot use any part of it in this article; however here is the link for you to read for yourself.
The article in Metro Spirit was written by an anonymous individual (only known as the “Insider”) and targets Michael Ryan personally. Again it is obvious that this “let me hide behind my keyboard” amateur does not understand the valuable lessons of small government and becoming engaged with young people for common welfare let alone never take portions of your article from other sources and just copy/paste them in your piece without citing the reference. In the article by the “Insider” he/she uses feminist tactics to suggest the effort by Morris Communication somehow is yet another example of the whole “war on women” mantra of the left. No basis for the “hit and run” article filled with attacks and jabs of criticism, just more of the “how dare they” faux outrage. Again, for what?
If you read the article on Gawker you will see there is no basis for the attack other than trying to destroy any attempt to bring common sense approach to our country’s problem. Maybe Nolan and his readers would rather see more efforts like the Occupy movement to rally behind. “Occupy” cost taxpayers and businesses millions of dollars in damages by allowing the basement dwellers to get some outdoor activities (along with drug use and rapes).
Readers of Gawker or any of their other publications (like Wonkett), would most certainly fit into the category of the most radical and progressive in ideology. However, for anyone who does not believe that Government is the answer to everyone’s problems and agrees that self-reliance and accountability are not “fighting words” then you will actually come away from the experience feeling you need a shower.