St. Paul, Minnesota, excels in Leftist virtue signaling — which would be fine if they’d keep it in Minnesota and not try to force it on the rest of us.
A few days ago, I put up several photos showing the extreme virtue signaling that one finds in St. Paul, Minnesota, in the form of signs that people place in front of their houses. With perfect timing, two of my favorite sites put up posts today about Minnesota.
At American Thinker, there’s a post about the profound way in which Somalis have changed Minneapolis’s character. Considering that two of the photos at my site, showing yard signs in St. Paul (Minneapolis’s sister city) in which the home owners are either showing excessive tenderness for Muslim sensibilities or begging that their houses be spared future race/religion based attacks, that article is right on the money. Meanwhile, over at Powerline, there’s a post about Minneapolis’s decision to sponsor a program taking on America’s collective guilt because, 400 years ago, it took part in Africa’s tradition of slavery, something stretching back thousands of years.
Since Minnesota virtue signaling seems to be a theme, I have some more photographs to add to the show. The first photo is a typical yard sign, which I saw several times while driving around St. Paul: [Read more…]