Monthly Archives: June 2011

Castle Doctrine in Effect in Pennsylvania; Columbia (SC) Refused to Pass Curfew Ordinance in March of 2011

All across the nation, cities with sizable Black populations are implementing curfews in the vain hope of keeping Black people from engaging in criminal behavior that the “Not Guilty” program will one day try have all charges against them dropped. … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Park Beatings: One is a Hate Crime, the other a Random Crime

Recall that the Baltimore McDonald’s beat down of Chrissy Lee Polis by a Black girl wasn’t considered news until it turned out that the former was a transsexual. Had Carter Strange been a homosexual, his attack would have been a … Continue reading

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Why is College Baseball so White? Why is SEC Baseball so White?

But where are the Black guys? I’ve been trying to find some time to respond to Steve Sailer’s article on why more white American’s aren’t in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Basketball has long been a sport that Black people … Continue reading

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Why is College Baseball so White? Where are Black players in the College World Series?

But where are the Black guys? I’ve been trying to find some time to respond to Steve Sailer’s article on why more white American’s aren’t in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Basketball has long been a sport that Black people … Continue reading

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‘Livin’ in (Black-Run) America’: There can be no Heroes, only Villains

Two weeks ago it was Milwaukee where teens, youths, Black people participated in a Mahogany Mob and terrorized law-abiding citizens of that city, whose name means “the good land.” In BRA, these actions of defense are those of a villain … Continue reading

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This is a Black World: From Akron to Peoria; From Columbia (SC) to Denver

What is going on with Black people across America? Today, we ventured to Tuskegee University to see how entrepreneurship, free market economics, reliance on building their own community and Black ingenuity have fared. One of the few cities to ever … Continue reading

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Have it Your Way: Black Family Takes Burger King’s Moniker Literally

The story of a Black family robbing Burger King together is no whopper We needed a laugh. The story of Carter Strange and the eight Black people who beat him to within an inch of his life – where only … Continue reading

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