Category Archives: race

Obama and Trayvon Martin: Stalingrad

The saying goes that generals fight the last war. Obama, and his allies, politically are stuck in the 1960s. Everything for them, is Bull Connor setting police dogs and hoses on peaceful Black civil rights marchers, live on the three … Continue reading

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Charles Murray and the White Class Divide

Charles Murray has an article in the WSJ outlining America’s class divide. Murray notes the emergence of the “Super Zip Codes” that all go to the same elite schools, hold the same elite jobs, live in a very few elite … Continue reading

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It’s Basically Over For Anglos

The Houston Chronicle quotes a demographer, Steve Murdock, who notes looking at population projections for Texas, “It’s basically over for Anglos.” The story reports that two out of every three Texas children are non-Anglo (almost all Mexican origin) and that … Continue reading

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The NFL’s Michael Vick Problem

The NFL has a Michael Vick problem. One that won’t go away, and is tied to the racialism of the Black population. Michael Vick is viewed as a hero by Blacks, and largely (though not exclusively) badly by Whites. Michael … Continue reading

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Obama’s Coalition: The Patronage, Stupid!

A fascinating article by National Journal shows how politics in America reflect the patronage that the Democratic (and Republican) party distributes. Whites, except college educated White women, have turned away from Obama, his policies, and Democrats. Meanwhile both Obama and … Continue reading

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Too Many White Folks on TV

Author and LA Times Entertainment writer Mary McNamara wrote in her review of the NBC-TV show “Undercovers” that there are too many White people on TV. This attitude is common, among the entertainment business. You find it all the time … Continue reading

Posted in culture, entertainment, men, more, race, television, women | 36 Comments

Maxine Water’s "White Men Tax": The Outcome of Diversity

The LA Times has an article describing how the Dodd Financial Reform Bill has a requirement, inserted by Maxine Waters, the Democratic Congresswoman currently under ethics violations charges, establishing offices in each of the 30 financial regulatory agencies and departments … Continue reading

Posted in diversity, economics, gender, more, race | 18 Comments

Life on the Blue Line

Sometimes, the LA Times does good reporting. In early June, the LAT did just such a job. In the June 9 story on the Blue Line and the people who ride it, the LAT showed the “vibrant, multicultural future” in … Continue reading

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