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Conservative content creator trying to forward and explain principles of conservatism. You do not need to be a conservative to find value with this content since I will be creating content for everyone to help them understand why conservatives believe what they believe.
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While reading through Ibram Kendi’s How to be an Antiracist, I’m realizing they let anyone write books now. I’m considering writing my own book titled How to be an Anti-Dumb Ass as a response to Kendi’s book. Of course, it will have Red Forman on the cover.

Opening paragraph:

“If you find yourself looking at the color of your skin and start of thinking about ways that color makes you special or privileged, stop, you’re being a dumb ass. If you find yourself pulling down a statue because it may not hurt your fee-fees, but might hurt someone else’s fee-fees, stop, you’re being a dumb ass. If you find yourself signing up for a Woman’s Studies course in college to get easy credits or talk to girls, stop, you’re being a dumb ass. If you find yourself kneeling during any event that doesn’t conclude with “Amen” or result in one or more of your shoes being tied, stop, you’re being a dumb ass. If you find yourself putting on all black, a mask, a helmet, ...

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