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Archive for December, 2011

Do blacks commit a disproportionate number of crimes? If so, does this account for their overrepresentation in the prison population better than racial discrimination? These are the questions with which we are confronted. Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System Recall that in 2010, the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle called for “a […]

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So you’ve decided to talk about race, and so far, it’s going really well. You’re right in the middle of a fierce indictment of the mainstream media’s response to last June’s interracial black mob violence in Chicago (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here), when some scoundrel (there’s always one, isn’t there) cries […]

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sexism (noun) A stubborn refusal — in the twenty-first century, no less — to accept what all gender studies majors, not to mention the man-hating dykes whose fathers wouldn’t pay for college, have known for decades: that women are just as good as men at everything under the sun, plus they’re smarter and more mature […]

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Previously on “Talking about race”: introduction, part 1, part 2. Let’s talk about race. With other people, that is. I mean, let’s talk about talking about race. No, not with other people! With me, talk to me. Let’s talk, with each other, about talking about race, with — oh, forget it. Let’s start again. Would […]

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racism (noun) An undetectable (but unquestionably real) “systemic, societal, institutional, omnipresent, and epistemologically embedded phenomenon that pervades every vestige of our reality” (in the words of Negro scholar Omowale Akintunde), forcing brown-skinned people to fail out of school, smoke crack, not get a job, abandon their kids, contract AIDS, commit every crime at a staggering […]

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conservative (adjective) Of a public policy, political party or personal preference: failing to acknowledge that the rightful purpose of government, of laws, of borders and of rights is not “to serve the best interests of the nation” or some other Nazi bullshit that Pat Buchanan probably believes, but to allow women, gays, blacks, Muslims, Mexicans, […]

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Celebrating eleven months (minus one day) of Unamusement Park. Regular readers are no doubt familiar with Unamusement Park’s Laws of Race and Crime. There is no significant bias against black people in the justice system. The news media are biased in favor of black people (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.). Black people are more […]

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The Jewish question

Hello there. I’m still on vacation, but we’ve had such an interesting weekend at Unamusement Park, I felt compelled to drop by and issue two clarifications, one explanation, and one pronouncement. First clarification I will begin by emphasizing that the quoted statements from Friday’s post, “Why? (A question for the reader),” do not represent my […]

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Why? (A question for the reader)

Merry Christmas (and/or Happy Holidays) to everyone. I’m taking a much-needed vacation. But while I’m away, I have a question for my readers. Yes, you there! The question is as follows: Why would I keep doing this? What exactly is my motivation? It’s not like I get paid. I will endeavor to provide some context […]

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Via Stuff Black People Don’t Like. Detroit is failing — no, Detroit has failed. This should not come as a surprise, because Detroit is full of black people. The city’s failure is entirely their fault. So we shouldn’t say Detroit has failed; we should say black people have failed. Again. Detroit has the highest concentration […]

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