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Archive for May, 2011

This is not a pledge drive

A popular race realist blogger and fellow HBD enthusiast has suggested I open a PayPal account and accept donations. If you feel like making one — well, first of all, thank you. We appreciate it. And second, you may avail yourself of the “Donate” button in the sidebar. It links to one of those secure […]

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On February 16, 2010, a violent flash mob of about 150 teenagers descended on the Center City commercial area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They robbed stores, vandalized property, fought amongst themselves, and attacked bystanders at random. According to the available evidence, the mob was 100 percent African-American. Try finding that in a newspaper, though. No, the […]

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Ignorance and misinformation about race and crime run deep in our society. People who have never read an article on the subject will declare, with a conviction normally reserved for religious fundamentalists, that blacks are not more criminal than whites; that this is an illusion created by racially biased news media; and that any evidence […]

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Update (May 8): Lawrence Auster greatly expands on why one might not view President Obama as being just as American as Vice President Biden. (Thanks for the link!) From USA Today (six days ago): “Study: racial prejudice plays role in Obama citizenship views.” Does racial prejudice play a role in questions about Barack Obama’s citizenship, […]

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Starlette McNeill of the Daily Race has stumbled across Unamusement Park’s secret hate laboratory in the course of her spiritual pilgrimage/intrepid sleuthing, just like in that Nancy Drew book. You know, “Nancy Drew and the Secret of White Racial Consciousness”? Fortunately, she — I mean Mrs. McNeill, not Miss Drew — hasn’t yet uncovered our […]

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