davidl on January 3rd, 2016

What a novel idea.   Throw rocks at law enforcement officers upholding their sworn duty.   Where have I heard that before?   Oh yes the later Yasser Arafat  and the PLO, from Daily Caller: Kenneth Stokes, a councilman in Jackson, Miss., told local news Thursday that black leadership should gather together and attack police who enter Jackson’s […]

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davidl on August 29th, 2014

The face of evil, from Gordon Rayner, Martin Evans and John Bingham, Telegraph (UK): The woman who presided over the last five years of failure as the boss of children’s services at Rotherham Council is the same executive who removed three children from their foster parents because they were Ukip voters. Joyce Thacker, the £130,000-a-year […]

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davidl on August 1st, 2014

What do you call two hundred thousands dollars to study a problem which is a product of radical feminists’ demented imagination,  from : Elizabeth Harrington, Washington Free Beacon: The National Science Foundation (NSF) is spending over $200,000 to find out why Wikipedia is sexist. The government has awarded two grants for collaborative research to professors […]

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davidl on July 11th, 2014

Allegations of Barack Obama’s plantation mentality are not new, at least not here.  However they may be new to the main stream media, from  Politico: A former employee of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Wednesday compared the workplace atmosphere to a “plantation,” because of how black employees such as himself were treated. In […]

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davidl on July 14th, 2013

One small step for justice in Florida.   George Zimmerman has been found not guilty, as indeed he is, from Andrew Branca, Legal Insurrection: A verdict has been returned in Florida v. Zimmerman: NOT GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS The State prosecutors, including the until recently rarely-seen Angela Corey, are currently providing interviews to the press, essentially […]

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davidl on March 27th, 2013

The New York Daily News only needs to look in the mirror to see the face of racism, from New York Daily News” George Zimmerman’s brother launched a shocking, racially charged Twitter rant that won’t do the accused murderer any favors. Older brother Robert Zimmerman Jr. posted a series of tweets Sunday condemning the media […]

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The blog post that shock up the black plantation industry, sent them into a hissy fit and gave them the vapors.  Posted in full for archival purposes, from Naomi Schaefer Riley, Chronicle of Higher Education[sic]: You’ll have to forgive the lateness but I just got around to reading The Chronicle’s recent piece on the young […]

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davidl on January 18th, 2011

WaPo to Arizona, take a hike, the Washington Post has her priorities and the people of Arizona are clearly note one of them, from Philip Rucker, Washington Post: TUCSON – Even as Rep. Gabrielle Giffords shows signs of a near miraculous recovery, with doctors upgrading her condition from critical to serious Sunday, a little-known statutory […]

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Eric Florack on August 29th, 2010

Something on the order of a million people show up to a rally on the national mall , a large number of which are the minorities which the Democrats try so desperately, and so falsely to claim they represent. As Doug Powers writing over The at Michelle Malken’s blog, says: The challenge: to trivialize this […]

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davidl on June 2nd, 2010

Miranda redux, Associated Press: In a narrowly split decision, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority expanded its limits on the famous Miranda rights for criminal suspects on Tuesday — over the dissent of new Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who said the ruling turned Americans’ rights of protection from police abuse “upside down.” Justice Anthony Kennedy, who wrote […]

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davidl on April 29th, 2010

Dumbo steps in how own  poop. I don’t know about you, but some of those little old ladies look mighty scary to me.  To you?  Speaking of scared, it appears that the Secret Service pressured the Quincy police to call out the riot squad because Dim Won does not like the sight of dissent, from […]

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Brian Nygaard on April 22nd, 2010

Man with bullhornThe Civil Rights Movement that culminated in the 1960’s was an important movement towards the advancement of equality for all Americans.  While artificial and fundamental hatreds will likely always exist between disparate people groups, the relative harmony that has been experienced in this country over the last forty years is likely unprecedented in the history of the world.  To create equality of opportunity for all of a society’s individuals and to simultaneously provide an environment free of the expression of abusive power of one group of people over another is a seldom seen accomplishment.  America has been a place where these goals are thought by many to actually be within reach.

Last week, the former President, Bill Clinton, made comments linking the Tea Party Movement to the worst act of domestic terror that has ever been experienced in our country’s history.  The Oklahoma City bombing was a tragedy of massive proportion.  Apparently, Mr. Clinton believes that the same ideological forces that motivated the bombers of the Federal Building are those that now motivate those that gather under the Tea Party banner.  To consider this comment reckless and irresponsible is to understate its vitriolic intent.  It is almost impossible to adequately underscore the complete […]

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