Category Archives: public transportation

Minority Participation or We Riot: A Simple Reminder Why Public Transportation Doesn’t Work (Or anything else in Government)

Public transportation could work in America. No really: public transportation could work in America. Government could work too. The problem plaguing both is simple, yet not open for discussion or debate. Now, a Black Alderman in Chicago reminds us once … Continue reading

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Public Transportation Could Work, Part II: If it wasn’t for Black-Run America (BRA)

Lawrence Auster has highlighted one of the most honest pieces of journalism printed in an American newspaper in… in… well, just read these choice lines from The Washington Times piece for yourself: Crash at the DC METRO in 2009: 97 … Continue reading

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Public Transportation Could Work…

Portland’s public transportation works beautifully. Why is that? It has been argued here that the spread and proliferation of the Black Undertow comprise the great ecological threat to mankind (and the concept of sustainability), as real, discernible Climate Change brought … Continue reading

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