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This is an unusual post, in that I’m going to let readers do most of the talking. To be precise: readers of NBC Chicago’s local news. Recently, I covered Chicago’s wave of black mob violence in early June, and how the media tried to justify censoring race. Mainly by shaming whites for daring to notice […]

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Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source), and the Chicago Tribune thinks you’re racist for noticing. This will be my sixth and final post on the subject. Previously: “Chicago under attack by packs of wild blacks; Tribune: you’re racist for noticing” (introduction) “Black mobs attack white people; Tribune editor: race is […]

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Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source), and the Chicago Tribune thinks you’re racist for noticing. Before I get to my final critique of the Tribune’s strict policy of not reporting facts when they make black people look bad, I think it would be wise to review those facts. I don’t […]

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Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source), and Dawn Turner Trice of the Tribune is worried about racism. No, not black criminals targeting white people. In “Mob attacks: Fear, too, is often skin deep” (rating: 1.5 stars) she disregards that inconvenient fact, just like she disregards the victims — the actual […]

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Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source), and the Chicago Tribune thinks you’re racist for noticing. Reporter Mary Schmich wonders, “When a news story omits race, do we really know any less?” (June 8). If you think the answer is “yes, obviously,” you’re not alone: readers gave her a one-star rating, […]

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Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source), and the Chicago Tribune thinks you’re racist for noticing. Editor Gerould W. Kern explains to his paper’s hopelessly racist white readers in a recent article, “When race is relevant in news coverage” (June 10), that race is never relevant when it might make black […]

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Pardon the unintentional rhyme, but Chicago is under attack by “packs” (source) of “wild” blacks (source). (That is, groups of people who are (a) wild and (b) black. Go ahead, tell me it’s not an accurate description.) Paul Kersey is all over this. They’re storming buses 15 at a time, beating white people with bottles […]

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