Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Haunting

Night Of The Living Dead

What "Reaching Their Full Potential" Means In Reality

Good Luck

Spooky? (No: Spondike) II


Spooky? (No: Spondike)

Sounds About Right

• Only 22 percent think the nation is headed in the right direction. Two-thirds believe that the nation is in a "state of decline."

• Just two of every 10 Americans think the economy will get better in the next year.

• Only three of 10 Americans are optimistic about the future of the U.S. political system.

Getting Off (On The Wrong Foot)

Slavery Was Around For Most Of American History But Getting One Realistic Movie Made Was A Major Event

Then there's white Affirmative Action - in action:

Whole occupations, and individual careers, deserve this treatment,...

I'm In A Relationship With My Subject (And It Wuvs Me)

-TMR, July 25, 2012

Which also contains this gem:

I'm wrong about Romney and the Mormons? We'll see. I keep telling you cultism's a great clue to everything - because it touches everything - and, alas, it ultimately destroys everything it touches.

But don't get distracted by the Mormon/Ted Cruz thing, here's Rebekah Brooks', so-NewAge-we-never-saw-it-coming, oldie but goodie, dropped just today:

Alas, she was (naturally) married to someone else at the time, and (naturally) it came out in court while (naturally) she's now "married" to someone else.

Best. Halloween. Ever,...

I Like Whites (Because They're So On Top Of Things)

-Will Oremus, Slate Magazine, October 30, 2013

- The Crack Emcee, TMR, April 27, 2011

Hearing "Trust Us" From Folks I've Learned Not To Trust

He Said/She Said - I Don't Give A Fuck (You're All Lying)

Don't Be Sure: Black Ain't A Joseph Smith Belief System

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

An I-Don't-Mind Reader

Oooh - Not A Good Look

The Normalcy No One Notices Unless You're A Normal

2008? How Soon We Forget: 1965 Is Just 48 Years Ago

The nonbinding resolution, which passed on a voice vote, was introduced by Rep. Steve Cohen, a white lawmaker who represents a majority black district in Memphis, Tennessee.

While many states have apologized for slavery, it is the first time a branch of the federal government has done so, an aide to Cohen said.

In passing the resolution, the House also acknowledged the "injustice, cruelty, brutality and inhumanity of slavery and Jim Crow."

"Jim Crow," or Jim Crow laws, were state and local laws enacted mostly in the Southern and border states of the United States between the 1870s and 1965, when African-Americans were denied the right to vote and other civil liberties and were legally segregated from whites.

The name "Jim Crow" came from a character played by T.D. "Daddy" Rice who portrayed a slave while in blackface during the mid-1800s.

The resolution states that "the vestiges of Jim Crow continue to this day."

"African-Americans continue to suffer from the consequences of slavery and Jim Crow -- long after both systems were formally abolished -- through enormous damage and loss, both tangible and intangible, including the loss of human dignity and liberty, the frustration of careers and professional lives, and the long-term loss of income and opportunity," the resolution states.

The House also committed itself to stopping "the occurrence of human rights violations in the future."

The Original Boys In Da Hood (Wearing Their Hoodies)

Keeping blacks from guns is also still a problem,..

Normalcy (Redefined)

Bad News

Here's the media's current "crazy" black Republican candidate:

But here's the media's knowledgable NewAge Master:

And here's the man the media wants you to forget:

So, I guess - when it comes to the media - "crazy" it is,...
 ADDED - H/T Althouse: