SICK: Bearded Drag Queen Toasts To “Those Who L*ck Us Where We Pee” In Front Of Young Children At Texas Drag Show

Gateway Pundit | By Cullen Linebarger Published January 29, 2023 at 5:16pm

Many conservatives look at small towns as an essential refuge from a decaying American society. A rancid drag queen event with small children in attendance in a small Texas city, however, should disabuse them of this naïve notion.

Blaze TV host Sara Gonzales attended a drag bingo event on Saturday in the city of Princeton, Texas inside a community center that was formerly First United Methodist Church. She was later removed from the premises.

Fortunately for Gonzalez, the organizers streamed the entire event on Facebook. Gonzalez posted a video clip on Twitter from the event that begins with a bearded drag queen making the following remarks:

Now, I’m going to do a quick little cheers that I normally do. I mean, I know there’s little babies here. But close your ears (laughs).

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This is just a tradition all (drag) shows normally do. So raise your glasses. Cheers to you, cheers to me, cheers to the ones who lick us where we pee.

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“Drag The Kids To Pride” A disgusting filth ridden “child friendly” drag show in Dallas Texas

“Drag The Kids To Pride” A disgusting filth ridden “child friendly” drag show in Dallas Texas

Jim Crenshaw – June 6th, 2022

The event is described by the bar’s social media page as “A family-friendly spinoff of our famed Champagne Drag Brunch.” The event is titled “Drag the Kids to Pride.”

This sick perverted shit is almost more than I can stand. Every child in there should be removed from their parents custody immediately. Do something right for a change CPS of Texas. The are not even trying to hide the fact that they are trying to harm children any more.
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It Will Take Ambition To Counter Our Culture’s Decadence

It Will Take Ambition To Counter Our Culture’s Decadence

In the early days of 2022, little captured the attention of the American public more than the Netflix film “Don’t Look Up.” The film recently broke Netflix’s record for most viewing hours in a single week.

The plot follows the journey of a washed-up astronomer (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his graduate assistant (Jennifer Lawrence), who discover a massive comet projected to destroy the Earth in six months. Yet in their quest to warn the world they find a largely apathetic public, leaders and citizens all too focused on trivial distractions to care about the impending doom. The most significant — and socially relevant — commentary of the film: everyone is looking down.

Indeed, the destruction of the planet is caused by the catastrophic failure of every social institution to respond with appropriate haste — be it the government, big business, media, or even activism. People are simply too consumed by immediate goods to care about the threat.

Even DiCaprio and Lawrence’s characters, meant to be the woke protagonists, squander away their vital duty, distracted by drug addiction and casual sex. The world of “Don’t Look Up” is one looking down — a global population focused on passive consumption, plagued by numerous vices, and motivated by selfish pleasure.

Here in the real world, we are not too far off. The modern West is itself a culture looking down — it focuses with near exclusivity on goods and services immediate and presently gratifying. Our culture is dominated by passions, of pursuit for the sake of good feelings and satisfaction.

Activity is reduced to binge streaming, social media scrolling, face stuffing, and chronic porn watching. Passive consumption is both mode and motivation.

Even supposed “innovations” are pursued for the sake of increased consumption. Forget the interstate highway system, the Concorde, and the moon landing — “real” progress means a flashier Marvel movie, more effective birth control, and a faster Amazon home delivery system for groceries and products.

What emerges is a stagnant, passive society, built on consumption rather than creation. It is a status of decadence, as described in Ross Douthat’s “The Decadent Society,” where “the combination of wealth and technological proficiency with economic stagnation, political stalemates, cultural exhaustion, and demographic decline creates a strange kind of ‘sustainable decadence,’ a civilizational languor.” With consumption as the end, there is simply little interest in pursuing anything beyond the attainment of immediate sense goods.

It is important to note the escapist tendency in decadence, too — a retreat from the responsibility, suffering, and toil that characterize daily life. The comfort and pleasure of sensible goods allow one to forget, to escape from reality even if just for a short while.

It is the psychology of an addict, as Sam Lieth recently wrote in The Spectator, “a behavior that seeks to medicate fear, sorrow, boredom, regret, anomie, heartbreak, or the existential heebie-jeebies… the desire to take your eye off the ball for a bit.” But this escapist behavior is not unique to conventional junkies. In the decadent society, addiction is not the exception, but the norm.

Thus Western culture is stuck in the mire of decadence, constantly looking down and too apathetic to do otherwise. However, deadly comets — both literal and metaphorical — will inevitably head our way. Many already are. So how might we once again elevate our gazes? The answer is straightforward: ambition.

Ambition is the antithesis of modern decadence. Yet today it is a relic, something of Greek epics, history books, and fictional characters in movies. Even many on the religious right have rejected ambition, conflating it with the material accumulation and corruption inherent to the decadent society. But properly understood, ambition is a virtue: a desire for greatness, a speculative pursuit of goodness and truth for their own sakes.

The ambitious man does not subsist in decadence. His ends are not consumption but production, act rather than indecision. He necessarily embodies courage, commitment, and responsibility — for ambition necessarily requires risk.

To be ambitious requires a throwing to the wolves, to place oneself and one’s ideas in the public eye, open to evisceration and judgment by the polity at large. In an ambition-less world, the brave man will be ridiculed, and even ostracized by the jealous horde — Elon Musk and Joe Rogan are now learning this fact as they fight the bounds of decadence in their respective fields.

Yet man is built for ambition. We possess an intellect and will that yearn for truth and goodness, and as such, we are never satisfied with stagnation. We naturally aspire to see, explore, learn, and adventure.

It is ambition that drove St. Paul and the other apostles to catechize the known world, motivated the first sailors set out from Europe in the Age of Exploration, and inspired priests to set up evangelical missions in hostile lands. It is the vision that materialized the “Pieta” and the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel, that built the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt and is still building La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. It is what brought men together in Philadelphia to sign a document “forming a more perfect union,” inspired soldiers through the desolation of war, and led to human footsteps on the moon.

To be sure, not all ambitious men will succeed. The higher one soars, the greater the potential fall. Of course risks are unavoidable. If we are to throw ourselves to the wolves, some will inevitably be eaten. But in a way, it is this very danger that validates the greatness of those who try.

Further, we must not forget the morality of our pursuit. There is a synonym for ambition, one often used in the Catholic tradition: hope. A theological virtue, hope is the desire and yearning for communion with God in heaven.

Hope is not just a wish that something might happen, but a drive for attaining the object and an orientation of one’s life, through grace, to achieve that goal. Hope represents ambition in its highest form, each proximate aspiration a stepping stone as we strive towards the perfect truth and goodness of God — he who alone can ultimately satisfy our searching.

Thus, in the face of our decadent world, we should embrace ambition in whatever vocation we find ourselves. Contend with the challenges and responsibilities of life. Ponder and ask the tough questions, then try and solve them. Lead in a space whose leaders have abdicated their responsibility — there are many. Take risks and face the wolves. Build something. Pray.

And as all great men have done throughout history, look up. Look to the heights of your human nature, your field of work, the literal frontier of the stars, and ultimately, to heaven itself — pursuing in hope the perfect truth and goodness which resides there.

Our decadent, stagnated, passive world is at risk, but ambition holds the key to victory. Great men will be needed, and as human beings, we all have the potential to be one of them.


Samuel D. Samson is a writer working in Washington D.C. Sam’s work focuses on the intersection of contemporary politics with St. Thomas Aquinas’s natural law theory and classical teleology. You can follow him on Twitter @SamuelDSamson.

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Ben Domenech: The Ruling Class Is Leading America Into Decline, But They Don’t Have To Win

Ben Domenech: The Ruling Class Is Leading America Into Decline, But They Don’t Have To Win

Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech said U.S. elites who remain out of touch with the working class are spurring on the nation’s decline.

“This week I’ve talked about the American crisis and its many symptoms: tolerance for crime, the destruction of the meaning of words and truths, disrespect for Christianity, hatred for Judaism, open disregard for freedom, completely unaccountable elites who hate you,” Domenech said on Fox News’ “Primetime” on Friday night. “But what is it, at the core of it? We smelled decay but where is it coming from?”

Many Americans, Domenech continued, love their country and can tell that “something is wrong.”

“We can see it when we drive into once-thriving cities, drug-addicted madmen wandering the streets, needles on the ground, tents in the parks, all called progress. And we can see it every time we turn on the TV: vicious accusations pointed at us that something as beautiful as silence is now violence,” Domenech said. “Claims that it causes incalculable damage to young black college students to live in the same dormitory as their white fellow Americans. The openly spoken idea that a secure border is fascist. The mass hysteria gripping entertainment, academia, government, and even aspects of medicine that says men can actually be women.”

Not only does Domenech say these ideas are “insane,” but he notes they signal significant cultural and moral decline.

“Decadent ideas don’t flourish when people, including our elites, are hard at work when people are struggling with real problems, when civil rights is about real racist systems,” Domenech said.  “…when the left tried this ideology 60 years ago…those ideas did not stick because people had real concerns and real character and a real love for our country.”

The “concerns of the ruling class,” Domenech said, “are the ultimate luxury goods of a decadent society.”

“Very few of them can afford such decadence because they are working hard for what they have or solving real problems,” he continued. “They are decadent because they steal a hard day’s labor. They’re decadent on your backs, making more and more money, going wealthier and wealthier, with no care if something is made by your hands if they can get it made cheaper by weaker slaves. They don’t care about you.”

Corporate media and politicians’ willingness to write off incidents such as Mohammad Anwar’s death at the hands of two teenage girls and a Columbus police officer’s decision to shoot a black girl to save another one, Domenech said, shows just how out of touch elites are.

“When we say ‘hard work is toxic masculinity’ or being on time is a ‘white racist construct,’ our enemies see it, just like those lords and ambassadors 400 years ago,” Domenech explained. “…Do you think the Chinese are canceling advanced math as Virginia schools are discussing in the name of equity? Do you think that they look at us and think we’re strong?”

While Domenech said America does not appear strong right now, it has the potential to recover if people are willing to put in the work in their communities.

“The symptoms we’ve been dealing with, the unreasonable paranoia of disease, the offense at freedom, the obsession with emotions and how people feel instead of what’s real and what’s true, these are symptoms of the cancer in our cities and our universities and our ruling class,” Domenech said. “This is a cancer and it will be hard to survive, but America is not doomed to fail. A drive across the country will show you a lot of hopelessness, but it will also show you an indomitable character, a love of country, a love of family, a love of God, and a fighting spirit to take on the greatest battle of our lifetimes.”

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Newt Gingrich On Power, Decadence, And Moral Decline In America

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich joins Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech to discuss the 2020 election season, President Trump’s political strategy, the media, and the future of America and American politics.

“We are in a period of decadence and we’re in a period where decadence is dominant,” Gingrich said. “And if you don’t want to be decadent, you better keep your mouth shut.”

“Power is never given up,” Gingrich added. “Power is taken.”

According to Gingrich, this demonstrated moral decline signals how the external circumstances of the world are significant and will have an effect on the election and direction of the country.

“You could imagine in February, Trump getting 25 percent of blacks, could imagine him coming close to carrying the Latino vote. Then everything blows apart with COVID. Then the government creates an artificial depression. Then you have George Floyd killed and then you have the massive uprising of the primary polluters,” Gingrich said. “Now, we’re in a very different environment. And it’s not quite clear to me how it’s going to shake out. But what I sense is … there’s a different spirit out there.”

While Gingrich is unsure of all of the results of these swift changes, he is certain that there are bigger implications than just the election.

“This is one of the great transition periods,” Gingrich explained. “I think the most important thing to recognize is that this is a historic rather than a political period.”

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