The New Segregationists

I’m so old, I remember when it was shameful to be a segregationist. However, certain forms of segregation are now politically correct and, it seems, socially just. Megan Fox writes about new signs appearing in leftist business establishments, such as a local coffee shop she frequents, that make it plain that conservatives and Trump supporters aren’t welcome.

I have a dream. I have a dream that one day we who love steamed milk in our coffee will rise up together and unite in coffee shops around the country. That Democrats and Republicans, pagans and Christians, will sit down at the table of brotherhood and have a hot steamy latte as equals. I have a dream that one day my children will not be judged by the color of their hat but by the content of their character and their good taste in coffee. This is my dream.

Read the whole thing.

5 thoughts on “The New Segregationists

  1. Reminds me way too much of the late 60s-early 70s, which I lived through, and earlier periods like the 1820s, late 1850s-1870s, lat3 1880s-early 1890s, and even the 1930s which I’ve only read about. Signs of violence everywhere.

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