Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Land that Time Forgot

A Pulitzer Prize winning writer resorts to the “Birmingham 1963” defense It was in his famous ‘Letter from a Birmingham Jail’ that Martin Luther King Jr. stated, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliffs of Insanity!

It’s going to happen sooner or later. You’ve obviously seen the old cartoon with Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. You’ve, no doubt, seen the poor Coyote chase the Road Runner, only to be tricked by some ruse and … Continue reading

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And King George III was Worse?

It’s on a day like today, when the events of the past 22 months point to an incredibly unsettling truth, that any good will you had toward the United States of America fades away. Yes, black people in Memphis, Tennessee … Continue reading

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Demography is Destiny: Chicago as a Case-Study for America’s Future

New column up at VDare.com — Mitt Romney, Bernard Epton, And The Chicagoization Of America: The 1983 Chicago Mayoral Race = A Case-Study for the future of US Politics? Another day in the death of Chicago: The South Side funeral … Continue reading

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Jamie Foxx Unchained

No matter what Obama does, black people in America have his back. Not long ago, Judicial Watch reported an interesting nugget of criminal information [Obama DOJ: Growth in Violent Crimes Against Whites, 10-19-2012]: Not only is the U.S. economy in … Continue reading

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Yes Virgina, There are Racial Differences in Intelligence

Santa Claus isn’t real; but, dear Virginia, racial differences in intelligence are real All of modern American life is predicated on one rule: All Men are Created Equal (AMCE). There’s a caveat to this rule: wherever and whenever white people … Continue reading

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An Elegant Weapon for a More Civilized Age

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> I found myself reading “Custer: A Soldier’s Story” by D.A. Kinsley on Thanksgiving, a riveting biography of General George Armstrong Custer. By chance, I flipped to a page that contained this anecdote about the Indians Wars, … Continue reading

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