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First we watched with dismay as the EEOC charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality “disproportionately” excluding blacks and Hispanics through a policy of “not hiring workers with arrest records.” Then we gazed in horror as a federal judge fined the FDNY $129 million with black and Hispanic stupidity “intentional discrimination” for testing the intelligence […]

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In January, I reported that the doctrine of diversity was inching ever closer to the Beyond Parody event horizon, as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality. The settlement cost Pepsi a mere $3 million. Now John Derbyshire, who has described me as “thoughtful, well-spoken, and highly intelligent” (not handsome? […]

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“Does this bus go to Duluth?” “No, it goes beep beep.” Our Motives series takes a brief detour through Duluth, Minnesota, home of the aptly named “Un-Fair Campaign” (for white genocide), to debunk the rest of their evidence for “white privilege,” starting with race differences in poverty and unemployment rates. Like all the other so-called […]

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Celebrating fourteen months of Unamusement Park. Continuing our Motives series, here’s a disturbing example of the fundamental fallacy of race relations: that disparate impact somehow implies disparate treatment. In January 2012, the “Un-Fair Campaign” put up billboards all over Duluth, Minnesota depicting white people’s faces along with the words It’s hard to see racism when […]

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Here’s a clear example of the fundamental fallacy of race relations: that disparate impact somehow implies disparate treatment. In February, black anthropologist Michael L. Blakey of the College of William and Mary offered everything from [black-white] income disparity to blacks’ abilities to get good jobs as proof that the effects of slavery, Jim Crow laws, […]

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“Why even bother?” We wondered last time. (Make sure to check out the comments.) Why compare one race to another? What is the practical purpose of popularizing, for example, race differences in intelligence or criminality or cultural achievement, when the major races each comprise hundreds of millions of people living all over the place? Why […]

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The doctrine of diversity inches ever closer to the Beyond Parody event horizon: the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality. From the Washington Post, January 11, 2012 (via American Renaissance): Pepsi Beverages Co. will pay $3.1 million to settle federal charges of race discrimination for using criminal background checks […]

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It’s time to end race-based affirmative action. Thank you, and good night. Oh, I see some of you have questions. Yes, I suppose I should provide some reasons. Unfortunately, I’ve just closed a long and extraordinarily tedious debate about affirmative action, and I must admit I’m burned out on the dreadful subject. Therefore I’m happy […]

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What does Jared Taylor get up to that makes him so damn heroic? “I hate this show!” Here he is on BET (Black Entertainment Television), absolutely humiliating his opponents. Watch a civil rights attorney throw a temper tantrum, crying “I hate this show!” after Taylor systematically dismantles his specious arguments with cold, hard facts. And […]

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