Eric Florack on December 1st, 2014

First, let me show you a editorial cartoon that came up in my mail this morning. I’m not sure of the original source. But it does tell the tale, rather well. Secondly, I think it worthwhile to address again the myth of the oppressed black. Observe closely the people that are the chosen poster boys. […]

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Eric Florack on September 5th, 2010

Dan Miller over at Pajamas Media: Some probably disagree, but I think President Obama’s race was the deciding factor in his election. Had he been Caucasian, Asian, or Hispanic, he probably would not have got the Democratic Party nomination, much less been elected president. President Hillary Clinton would likely be sitting behind the desk in […]

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davidl on February 22nd, 2009

Charles M. Blow, New York Times, thinks were are all racists ; [A] CNN poll from last January found that 72 percent of whites thought that blacks overestimated the amount of discrimination against them, while 82 percent of blacks thought that whites underestimated the amount of discrimination against blacks. What explains this wide discrepancy? One factor could […]

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davidl on January 20th, 2009

From Martin Luther King’s “I have a Dream” speech, via Macsmind: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Today: WASHINGTON (CNN) — More than two-thirds of African-Americans […]

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Eric Florack on April 26th, 2008

The protracted and increasingly acrimonious fight for the Democratic presidential nomination is unnerving core constituencies — African Americans and wealthy liberals — who are becoming convinced that the party could suffer irreversible harm if Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton maintains her sharp line of attack against Sen. Barack Obama. Clinton’s solid win in the Pennsylvania primary […]

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davidl on April 7th, 2008

Remember where you read this, next time Ace is trolling for votes. I predict.  One the ‘rats will nominate Barack Obama.   Two, Obama will be Swit Boated, and lose badly.   Remember that Swit Boating is where someone dares to speak the truth about a democrat. BO is simply a target waiting to get hit. Item, […]

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Eric Florack on April 2nd, 2008

Since CBL (740AM in Toronto) went dark, and CBC radio one went to FM at CBLA/99.1FM*** and about a zillion low power FM repeaters, I can no longer get CBC1, so I didn’t hear this one. Many Americans are misguided in thinking that a Barack Obama win will settle the race discussion in the U.S., […]

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Eric Florack on February 9th, 2008

Bluto observes: From the Timesonline: A government minister has warned that inbreeding among immigrants is causing a surge in birth defects – comments likely to spark a new row over the place of Muslims in British society. Phil Woolas, an environment minister, said the culture of arranged marriages between first cousins was the “elephant in […]

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davidl on December 27th, 2007

Keith B. Richburg, Washington Post, fights to keep his Rolodex relevant, and explores the issue of the Reverend Al Sharpton’s relevance: Sharpton has “been eclipsed, because Obama puts guys like Sharpton in the shadow,” said Fred Siegel, a historian of New York City at the Cooper Union college in Manhattan. “Suppose Obama is elected president. […]

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Eric Florack on December 18th, 2007

Philly.com: With a hidden FBI camera rolling inside a New York hotel suite in 2003, an unsuspecting Rev. Al Sharpton, Democratic candidate for president, spoke candidly. Sharpton offered to help Philadelphia fund-raiser Ronald A. White win a multimillion-dollar business deal, if White helped him raise $50,000 for politics. White offered $25,000. “If you bring my […]

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davidl on November 26th, 2007

Curt, Flopping Aces, notes:   The religion of peace strikes again in France.  This time a couple kids killed themselves by riding stolen mopeds into a police car and the Muslims riot: A cynic such as myself might think the Moslem are trying to exempt themselves from the consequences of the law,  much like some American […]

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davidl on November 19th, 2007

Glenda Brawley whose daughter was not raped twenty years ago, is petitioning New York State governor and attorney general, Eliot Spizter and Andrew Cuomo to “reopen” the case. NEW YORK (AP) — Twenty years after her allegations of a racially charged rape became a national flash point, Tawana Brawley’s mother and stepfather want to reopen […]

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Eric Florack on November 19th, 2007

Surber is still playing “Name that Party” I doubt AP would have downplayed a Republican losing over a racist remark. As a member of the MSM for most of my adult life, I should resent charges of a pro-Democrat bias in the media. Really, I should. But then Melinda Deslatte of the Associated Press and […]

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Eric Florack on November 13th, 2007

Michelle Malkin reports, today: The Chicago Tribune’s Howard Witt penned an investigative piece published yesterday on the controversy surrounding the charitable funds raised for the Jena 6. I’m sure you’ll be shocked to learn that much of the money can’t be traced, while some of the defendants are literally rolling in race-hustling dough: Just weeks […]

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Eric Florack on November 13th, 2007

HOUMA, La. (AP) — A white state lawmaker in a runoff election called a black civil-rights veteran who had helped her campaign “Buckwheat,” prompting the NAACP to urge voters to kick her out of office.Rep. Carla Blanchard Dartez, a Democrat, acknowledged that she ended a Thursday night conversation with Hazel Boykin by saying, “Talk to […]

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