Thursday, April 30, 2015

Living Forever Isn't Instapundit's Only Crazy Delusion

I haven't checked in with The Libertarian Loony in a while:
"DEFENDING THE INDEFENSIBLE: White House defends Obama’s record on race relations. The real news is that things have gotten bad enough that they feel they have to step up and play defense."
Actually, "things have gotten bad enough" that bloggers, in the South, are still framing U.S. race relations as having "gotten bad,..."

Ta-Nehisi Coates Is Speaking Back Home In Baltimore

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

"The criminal justice system in this country is the oldest, and most used, tool of enforcing white supremacy. This is just true. It's always been true."

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Conservatives Never Understood MLK's Message - And Always Left Blacks With No Options But It's Destruction

"You are animals. If you are able to destroy the home or business of your neighbor, you’ve lost your humanity. If you are able to harm your fellow man, to scare their children, to do so with a clean conscience, merely because of something that some cop may or may not have done, which has nothing to do with you . . . you are a horrible human being. You disgust me, as you should anyone who wishes to be a part of civilized society."

- Steven Crowder, quoted in the National Review

"For years now, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and his associates have been deliberately undermining the foundations of internal order in this country. With their rabble-rousing demagoguery, they have been cracking the “cake of custom” that holds us together. With their doctrine of “civil disobedience,” they have been teaching hundreds of thousands of Negroes – particularly the adolescents and the children – that it is perfectly all right to break the law and defy constituted authority if you are a Negro-with-a-grievance; in protest against injustice. And they have done more than talk. They have on occasion after occasion, in almost every part of the country, called out their mobs on the streets, promoted “school strikes,” sit-ins, lie-ins, in explicit violation of the law and in explicit defiance of the public authority. They have taught anarchy and chaos by word and deed – and, no doubt, with the best intentions – and they have found apt pupils everywhere, with intentions not of the best. Sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind. But it is not they alone who reap it, but we as well; the entire nation."

- a quote from the National Review, 50 years ago

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Dr. Ben Carson: “It’s Horrible To See An Execution,..."


This makes me wonder where he's been all these years. It's not "horrible to see an execution," it's black life in America.

Ann Althouse is in Wisconsin, where they've got their own nigger slaying to deal with - just as I told her and Meade they would - but, of course, they, too, see nothing. And that obliviousness makes them "happy,..."

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Murder - Or That Nigger Fell Down And Broke His Neck

Black America will now await the verdict of the white gaze on the fleeing man's character, to explain why he had to die,...

Monday, April 6, 2015

Walker Ain't Reagan (And There's No MLK Comparison)

He mostly looks like a nobody to me

A Reagan biographer dissing a conservative is worse than when some Lefty band merely asks a Republican candidate to stop using their song:

If he wants to be more accurate, all Walker has to do is claim Barry Goldwater: he famously made America's racists feel good, as well,...

Even Whites Are Wondering: What's It Going To Take?

And this probably won't make the news, or any of your favorite Right-Wing sites, but:

She was the only one. That's an honorable statement about her - and a shameful one on whites overall,...