I'm not a retard in this universe, am I?
alibertarianreality:

doyouevenliberty:

miles-pro-libertate:

support-israel:

STOP WITH THE LIES AND PALESTINIAN PROPAGANDA!
Help us spread the truth. Help us support Israel!

are they even trying to seem credible?

No, but the majority of tumblr wouldn’t even dare check

These are just getting worse and worse

alibertarianreality:

doyouevenliberty:

miles-pro-libertate:

support-israel:

STOP WITH THE LIES AND PALESTINIAN PROPAGANDA!

Help us spread the truth. Help us support Israel!

are they even trying to seem credible?

No, but the majority of tumblr wouldn’t even dare check

These are just getting worse and worse

blish-bloc:

uberphones:

something-something-kyle:

This is what constitutes 60-80% of my dash



This girl is cool

blish-bloc:

uberphones:

something-something-kyle:

This is what constitutes 60-80% of my dash

This girl is cool

poorrichardsnews:

Is he serious? Really? He can’t be. Can he?

During a town hall meeting at a summit with the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, President Obama explained to a young African student that to succeed, a burgeoning country required a system of laws.

He explained:

Regardless of the resources a country possesses, regardless of how talented the people are, if you do not have a basic system of rule of law, of respect for civil rights and human rights, if you do not give people a credible, legitimate way to work through the political process to express their aspirations, if you don’t respect basic freedom of speech and freedom of assembly … it is very rare for a country to succeed.

Obama made his remarks as critics have denounced his “lawlessness,” particularly through his 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) order, his decision to trade five Taliban detainees at Guantanamo Bay for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, and his controversial Obamacare law.

The Supreme Court recently ruled 9-0 against Obama after his illegal appointments to the National Labor Relations Board.

plebcomics:

based on this lovely exchange which is also not the first incidence of some feminists taking it upon themselves to mock and devalue the groups of people they are supposedly in support of

but thats how (tumblr grade, 3rd wave) feminism works right

dear internet

captain-raptor:

giant barks and teeny mews

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Women's Rights Activist: Now let's tackle the delicate issue of rape. There are too many instances of women being raped and something needs to be done.
Men's Rights Activist: Absolutely - but we feel that it is also important to note and bring light to the fact that males get raped too, and women can also be rapists.
WRA: Absolutely - what do you think Egalitarian?
Egalitarian: I think with careful attention to all victims of rape, and not specifically turning it into a gendered issue, we can focus more precisely on what causes rape and try to counter it. We believe that demonising one group of people isn't the way forward, especially with such sensitive topics like rape.
--The door comes crashing down.--
Feminist: IMAGINE A BOWL OF M&MS

outofthecavern:

thelastjackalope:

Golden Retriever / Siberian Husky mix

That is seriously the cutest puppy I’ve ever seen.