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Democrats Bring the H8: Anti-Trump Protesters Lash Out at NYPD for Doing Their Jobs

15th August 2017

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Anti-Trump protesters welcomed the president back to Trump tower in New York late Monday night by venting their frustration not only at Trump himself, but also to key administration officials, as well as the New York Police Department who were assigned to protect the president.

“The police are the first line of fascism in the United States of America, so if you’re really about refusing fascism and getting fascists out of this country, you gotta get rid of them(the police) first, because who are they protecting? They protected the Alt-Right people in Charlottesville,” Shangree said. “They protected the Alt-Right when the Alt-right was in New York City. They protect the Alt-right where ever they go. They protected the Alt-Right when I was in L.A..”

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Illegal Immigrant Activist: Racist Politicians Are Trying to Send All People of Color Into Camps

14th August 2017

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When Maxine Waters winds up in a camp, then I’ll believe this rot.

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Illegal Refugees Complain About Housing In Montreal

14th August 2017

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Not only are the asylum-seekers provided access to all municipal services in Montreal but they begin picking up their social assistance check within days of arriving in Canada — and are expected to spend some of it on room and board.

Another illegal, who wished to remain anonymous, said it would be easier to get settled into Quebec if he had a cellular phone and a lawyer to help settle his refugee claim because “$600 or $700 isn’t a lot to eat with or to sleep with.”

I guess it wasn’t the cushy gig they were told it would be.

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‘No Free Speech for Fascists’ Is a Truly Terrible Idea

14th August 2017

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“No Free Speech for Fascists!” It’s a motto you see on pre-printed signs at protests, including at yesterday’s rallies in reaction to the violence and death in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend. Paired with a flood of invective against the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for the group’s support of Unite the Right’s right to stage a rally at the city’s statue of Robert E. Lee in the first place, they make for a troubling trend.

Perhaps I ought to have a category ‘Whose turn is it to be the fascist?’

Imagine what the Chattering Class reaction would be to signs saying ‘No Free Speech for Communists!’. Oh, wait, we’ve already seen that.

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The Uncomfortable Truth About Affirmative Action and Asian-Americans

12th August 2017

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The application process for schools, fellowships, and jobs always came with a ritual: a person who had a role in choosing me—an admissions officer, an interviewer—would mention in his congratulations that I was “different” from the other Asians. When I won a scholarship that paid for part of my education, a selection panelist told me that I got it because I had moving qualities of heart and originality that Asian applicants generally lacked. Asian applicants were all so alike, and I stood out. In truth, I wasn’t much different from other Asians I knew. I was shy and reticent, played a musical instrument, spent summers drilling math, and had strict parents to whom I was dutiful. But I got the message: to be allowed through a narrow door, an Asian should cultivate not just a sense of individuality but also ways to project “Not like other Asians!”

For Fashionable Victim purposes, Asians have Honorary Whiteness.

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Don’t be Google

12th August 2017

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“If we can’t have an honest discussion about this, then we can never truly solve the problem.” He pleads. But the real problem is we can’t have an honest discussion that doesn’t ultimately reveal there is no problem. Indeed, if the honesty goes long enough, we might find that diversity as an idea is the problem. Even, maybe, diversity is a problem. Monsters dwell here. That’s why you can’t even draw maps of this place.

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Abandoning the Bitches

12th August 2017

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Social justice deems three or more whites gathering unmolested a conspiracy in itself; feminism deems the same for men. Black violence is why we can’t have nice things. Female resentment is why we can’t have guy things.

As Al Bundy, in his hard-earned wisdom, explained years ago, nothing drives women madder than the thought of you having fun without them. Worst of all is the thought they aren’t even on your mind. This, along with Sailer’s Law of Female Journalism, is what feminism is really All About.

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“What is the distribution of Hindu castes among Google employees?”

12th August 2017

Steve Sailer brings up an inconvenient point.

From commenter Eagle Eye:

What is the distribution of Hindu castes among Google employees?

Is Pichai himself an “Untouchable”?

What percentage of Google staff are Shudra (lowest caste)? How many “Googlers” come from “Scheduled Castes” or “Scheduled Tribes” (i.e. underclass groups)?

Do higher-caste Indian women at Google date lower-caste men?

Do Untouchables at Google mix smoothly with senior management?

Does anyone keep track of caste? Why not? Are there lists secretly passed around to keep out caste impostors? (“She is actually only an X from Y state.”)

What about Korean baekjeong at Google?

Let’s have a data-driven conversation with Pich

It is striking how there is virtually zero interest in America in the topic of caste discrimination, even as the number of Indians in important places grows. It suggests, once more, that Current Year obsessions aren’t really about Battling Bigotry in general, but instead are about Getting Whitey in particular.

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Silicon Valley Blues

11th August 2017

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So I find the fact that women and some minorities, as a whole, are underrepresented among Silicon Valley firms to be both predictable and not particularly alarming. When I started my career in public accounting nearly 40 years ago there were very few women in the CPA profession. In my first “class” at Deloitte in Boston, of the thirty-six or so new accountants hired, more than a third were women. Now some university accounting programs are dominated by women and these women often outperform their male counterparts. In this very demanding of professions, 19% of Deloitte’s partner level employees are now women. In fact, Deloitte’s CEO is a woman.

Engineering and tech, like public accounting, have not, historically, been careers pursued by women for a host of reasons that are difficult to ascertain. Certainly, at least in the last forty years that I have been in the workplace, young women have not been discouraged or barred entry into either profession for prejudicial reasons. They’ve been welcomed and recruited. But both professions involve objective, difficult, demanding, and quantitative undergraduate study, an emersion in their own esoteric language and structure. They are both, in a word, nerdy. And career-wise, they are difficult and hyper-competitive. Success, in either profession, is hardly assured. Tech firms blossom and die with amazing frequency; today’s stock grants or options are often tomorrow’s wallpaper. And the accounting profession, aside from being an incredible grind, is built around the notion that about 1/3 of its staff will either leave or be counselled out each and every year. Extrapolate that over time and you can see why only one in fifty or more staffers hired eventually make it to partnership.

I have three daughters, all extremely bright and hardworking. Each of them laughed at me when I suggested a career in engineering or accounting. I know that this is anecdotal, but I don’t think it is unusual. Of those twenty or so children among our inner circles of friends, I can count three who pursued engineering as undergraduates, two of those female. In all three cases, their parents are in the tech world (two engineers and one a PhD physicist.) There several other parents who are tech engineers whose children are not pursuing tech degrees. Of those three students who chose undergraduate engineering, none is pursuing an aspect of engineering that will attract a Silicon Valley career. I should note, however, that two young women are pursuing STEM careers, both in PhD programs in medical science, one is my middle daughter and the other is the daughter of an electrical engineer.

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Bienvenue au Canada!

11th August 2017

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Haitian illegal aliens in the United States whose Temporary Protected Status (TPS) amnesty is set to expire are streaming north into Canada. The Times reports that almost 800 “asylum seekers” crossed into Quebec in June (though not all were Haitian), about 1,500 in July, and more than 200 each day now. Montreal’s Olympic Stadium is filling up with them, and the Canadian army is expanding a refugee camp it set up at the border.

Well, bon voyage. Don’t let the door hit you in the butt on the way out.

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Stanford Students To Examine ‘Abolishing Whiteness’

11th August 2017

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And then there was Leland Stanford, after whom this once-University was named: He was pretty white.

“We will survey the field of whiteness studies, scholarship on the intersection of race, class, and geography, and writings on whiteness in the United States by contemporary public thinkers, to critically interrogate the terms used to describe whiteness and white identities,” the course description reads.

‘Whiteness studies’?

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Writing Conference Canceled Because Of Too Many White People

10th August 2017

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And we can’t have that, can we?

 

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Survey: Most Google Employees Disagreed With Decision To Fire Memo Writer

10th August 2017

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Most Google employees disagree with the company’s decision to fire the employee behind a memo on diversity, a survey released Wednesday shows.

Blind, an anonymous corporate networking app, surveyed its users from over 4,000 different companies on their thoughts regarding Google’s firing of software engineer James Damore, according to Business Insider. At Google, 56 percent of the 441 employees surveyed opposed their company’s decision to fire Damore.

Blind also reported employee opinions across other tech companies, which seem to support the fired software engineer.

A majority of Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon employees surveyed also opposed Google’s decision by margins of 57-43, 56-44, and 54-46, respectively. Nearly two-thirds of Uber’s employees surveyed also opposed the choice to terminate Damore.

Lyft, LinkedIn, and Apple, however, all favored Google’s decision by margins of 65-35, 53-47, and 51-49, respectively.

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Crop Rot Fever, Part MLXVIII

10th August 2017

Steve Sailer points to some inconvenient truth.

I’ve been trying to make a joke out of all the Crops Rotting in the Fields scare headlines for over a decade now, but I don’t think I’m making much progress.

I pointed out back in 2006 that you could bring back slavery and the whip and there’d still be enough crops rotting in the fields somewhere each year for the growers’ PR flacks to churn out the same press releases.

My evolutionary psychology just-so story for why this is such a perennial shtick that apparently never grows old is that agricultural peoples under Malthusian conditions must have evolved to be highly triggered by the news that some of the harvest won’t be gotten in. I bet hunter-gatherers don’t give a damn about crop rot headlines.

Nope, we really don’t, as long as our grapes come from Chile and our corn-on-the-cob from next door.

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Google Memo Author James Damore: ‘The Whole Culture Tries to Silence Any Dissenting View’

10th August 2017

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Perhaps this case will ‘start a conversation’ (the thing that proglodytes always claim to want but never do) about the ravages of the Diversitarian religion in modern life.

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Democrats Bring the H8: White Men Can’t Apply for These $10,000 Journalism Grants

9th August 2017

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‘All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.’

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The Trillion-Dollar Question

9th August 2017

Steve Sailer follows the money.

Amusingly, the liberal elites who financed Obama’s reelection in 2012 had no idea that Obama’s turnout strategy of unifying his ungainly coalition of the fringes by ginning up hatred against cishet white males would rebound against them in the ensuing years.

Once the president was reelected, however, the real Obama could safely come out. Just as I had predicted in my 2008 book America’s Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama’s “Story of Race and Inheritance” Obama’s first term was pretty sensible and his second term pretty…authentic.

The second Obama administration was free to point its resentful allies at the rich prizes in the tech industry, the entertainment industry, and academia.

Ironically, after decades of globalism, there isn’t much left to loot among Trump’s base, so now the lucrative blue-state institutions are in the crosshairs. All these highly Democratic industries have since been getting cannibalized by fellow Democrats in the ongoing meltdown of liberalism, what archaeologists might someday call the Late Obama Age Collapse. We are still watching progressives claw each other’s eyes out as they fail to peacefully divvy up the plunder.

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Protected Sea Lions Are Eating Endangered Steelhead Salmon to Extinction

8th August 2017

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Oh, my sea lions! Oh, my salmon!

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Democrats Bring the H8: Google Celebrates Diversity and Inclusiveness by … Firing Internal Critic

8th August 2017

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This comes straight from the Someone Left The Irony On Department, as Mad Magazine once wrote. On the one hand, Google insists that “diversity and inclusion are critical to our success as a company.” On the other, a Google engineer’s memo warns that they have created an ideological “echo chamber” and a “shaming culture,” one which keeps employees silent about the impact of company policies because of the “possibility of being fired.” How did Google rebut this memo? By firing the engineer who wrote it, of course. Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Ellen Huet reported on James Damore’s dismissal late last night:

And there it is. The firing is directly contrary to Google’s own policy. ‘All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.’

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Why It May Be Illegal for Google to Punish That Engineer Over His Now Viral memo

7th August 2017

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Wouldn’t that burn the butts of the Social Justice Warriors.

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Man Who Pretended to Be Black Bashes Affirmative Action

7th August 2017

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The brother of actress Mindy Kaling, who pretended to be black when he applied for college, hopes President Trump will end affirmative action programs.

Vijay Jojo Chokal-Ingam, who pretended he was black to get into Saint Louis University’s medical school, hopes Trump will end reverse discrimination like “Lincoln ended slavery.”

Don’t hold your breath.

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Things That Are Now Off-Limits Because of the Alt-Right

7th August 2017

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If you enjoy cartoon frogs, New Balance shoes, traditional architecture, or milk, you may just be an alt-right bigot, at least according to some prominent members of the media.

In order to help prevent readers from inadvertently expressing the wrong opinion, The Daily Caller News Foundation has assembled a list of items and activities best avoided if one wishes to remain in the good graces of the media and liberal elites.

The mark of a totalitarian movement is that it attempts to control every aspect of life.

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NY Times Editor Criticizes Women’s March’s ‘Embrace of Hate’ in Op-Ed

6th August 2017

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Bari Weiss is a staff editor in the opinion section at the New York Times. Like many women, she was initially enthused by the Women’s March movement which began after President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Since then she has, for many good reasons, become disillusioned.

She detailed that disillusionment in a Tuesday op-ed which clearly runs against the grain at the Times, and received predictable, name-calling blowback from a Women’s March leader who pretended that they and their movement are non-violent. It isn’t, and they aren’t.

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The Transgender Victimhood Narrative Encounters Inevitable Difficulties

6th August 2017

The Other McCain points out some inconvenient truth.

A few days before the election last November, police say, Zachary McClimans stole his grandfather’s pistol and went to the Wal-Mart in Hermitage, Pennsylvania, where he shot Jayson Hall four times.

The motive, according to police, was that McClimans (a/k/a “Claire Wolfever”) had recently revealed to his co-workers at Wal-Mart his intent to undergo gender reassignment, and didn’t like Hall’s reaction to this news. McClimans, 22, claimed to feel “threatened” by Hall, and had filed a complaint with Wal-Mart management, which was under investigation at the time of the November shooting. McClimans was charged with attempted murder and is awaiting trial.

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Dissent Within Google

5th August 2017

Steve Sailer jumps on it.

The Establishment is freaking out over one unknown Google worker circulating a well-reasoned dissent against all the anti-white male propagandizing and programs that Google has subjected their hardworking employees to in recent years.

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MSNBC Guest: Caitlyn Jenner ‘Flaunting Her Residual White Male Privilege’

5th August 2017

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Apparently being white and formerly male trumps being transgender.

Good to know, if you’re keeping score.

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‘Hundreds’ of National Trust Members Quit in Protest Over Gay Pride Campaign

5th August 2017

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Hundreds of National Trust (NT) members have reportedly quit over the charity’s decision to require volunteers at one property to wear LGBT lanyards.

The NT has found itself at the centre of controversy after volunteers at Norfolk’s Felbrigg Hall were asked to wear the rainbow-coloured neckwear to celebrate the last lord of the manor, Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, who was gay.

But the decision provoked a furious backlash from volunteers who accused the trust of “outing” the late owner and infringing on their political freedoms.

The march toward a totalitarian Britain isn’t as smooth as they would have you believe.

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Doctors Are Harming Fat Patients by Advising Them to Lose Weight, Say Psychologists

5th August 2017

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Doctors who advise fat patients to lose weight could be harming them both “mentally and physically,” claim two psychologists, who stated that the obese experience “microaggressions” when they’re treated at the doctor’s office.

I’d tend to believe a real doctor before a psychologist.

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Affirmative Action Battle Has a New Focus: Asian-Americans

4th August 2017

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But with his high G.P.A., nearly perfect SAT score and activities — debate team, tennis captain and state orchestra — Mr. Jia believes he should have had a fair shot at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania. Those Ivy League colleges rejected him after he applied in the fall of 2015.

It was particularly disturbing, Mr. Jia said, when classmates with lower scores than his — but who were not Asian-American, like him — were admitted to those Ivy League institutions.

Women and minorities hardest hit etc. etc.

The Social Justice Warriors apparently think that Asians are Honorary White People, and I’m good with that.

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Let’s Watch the ‘Death Wish’ Trailer and Talk About How Problematic It Is

3rd August 2017

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I liked the original and I fully intend to see this one.

The reaction by The Usual Suspects among the Chattering Class are fairly typical.

The chief characteristic is ignorance: Ignorance of history (Reagan was President in 1974? And I missed it?), ignorance of language (a vigilante going around shooting people is ‘fascist’? Tell Mussolini the news.), just general ignorance of the conditions under with the Underclass are forced to live in this country (and our Underclass has it better than most).

Any community that cannot depend on government to protect its members will generate ‘vigilantes’ who will do what needs to be done to keep them and their people safe. This is what a street gang is all about; that’s why you don’t see street gangs in Beverly Hills, Grosse Pointe, or the Hamptons.

The people who react with disgust and alarm are the very people who don’t have to live that life — notice that all of the complainers are affluent white people whose worst worry is the possibility that they’ll strain a muscle during their daily ride on their $2000 Italian bike. Or maybe that their latte won’t be up to spec.

 

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Positive and Negative

2nd August 2017

ZMan cuts to the chase.

Consider something like Icelandic identity. To be an Icelander means you or your ancestors were born in Iceland. If the rest of the humans on earth die off, the person born on that rock in the North Atlantic is still an Icelander. If for some reason the people within that identity group decide to change the rules, adding some morphological feature, then that will be the new definition. Even if the French protest that change, the Icelandic identity is whatever the Icelanders decide. That’s a positive identity.

Now, think about black identity in America. sub-Saharan Africans come to America and refuse to call themselves black or even African-American. They have a different identity, their own identity. Black Americans are defined by the fact that whites needed farm equipment and brought blacks over to the colonies to work the fields. Everything about the black experience is in relation to this history and its alleged effects on the present. To be black in America is to be defined entirely by your relationship to white America.

This difference in nature is why Icelanders don’t spend all their time listing their grievances against some group outside their group. Blacks, in contrast, do nothing but complain about whites. They define themselves in relation to whites, mostly in how they are treated by whites. It’s why they insist on being close to whites. Section 8 housing is popular with blacks, because it lets them mix with whites and have a daily validation of who they are as people. If whites suddenly went away, blacks would lose their identity.

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‘Let the Kids Be Kids’: Lawrence Jones Slams ‘Whiteness’ Conference for K-12 Teachers

31st July 2017

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Lawrence Jones said the political correctness movement on college campuses has spread to elementary schools where the kids are too young to know what to do.

Columbia University’s teachers’ college spent $800 on a conference on “whiteness” and “deconstructing racial microaggressions” in schools for K-12 teachers and principals.

“Can we just let the kids be kids?” Jones told “Fox & Friends” on Sunday. “Can we just allow them to communicate? I think they’re creating a problem with kids that are innocent and they interact differently than the older generation.”

It’s all about the Narrative, Larry.

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Gizmodo Attacks Artificial Womb Technology, Claims It Threatens Women’s Rights

29th July 2017

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A new breakthrough in medical technology could enable prematurely born infants to survive outside of the womb, greatly improving their chances of survival and reducing risks for mothers unable to reach full term. Naturally, some feminists are upset by the prospects it offers and have tied its development to the end of abortion rights.

Women and minorities hardest hit etc. etc.

Speaking to Gizmodo, Harvard Law School bioethicist Glenn Cohen said that the constitutional treatment of abortion was pegged to the viability of a fetus’ survival. “This has the potential to really disrupt things, first by asking the question of whether a fetus could be considered ‘viable’ at the time of abortion if you could place it in an artificial womb.”

Gee, people won’t be able to kill their babies any more. The horror.

“It could wind up being that you only have the right to an abortion up until you can put [a fetus] in the artificial womb,” Cohen told Gizmodo. “It’s terrifying.”

Well, to some….

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Richard Dawkins Hits Back at Allegations He Is Islamophobic After Berkeley Event Is Cancelled

26th July 2017

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He said: “I have criticised the ridiculous pseudoscientific claims made by Islamic apologists (“the sun sets in a marsh” etc), and the opposition of Islamic “ scholars” to evolution and other scientific truths.

“I have criticised the appalling misogyny and homophobia of Islam, I have criticised the murdering of apostates for no crime other than their disbelief.

“Hey, that’s good. Let’s hear what he has to say.”

“He’s Islamophobic.”

“Hey, that’s bad. Let’s not give him a chance to speak.”

It’s all about the Narrative, Larry.

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Mizzou Has Officially Fired Both Employees Who Bullied Students During Mob Protests

26th July 2017

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Officials at the University of Missouri’s flagship campus in Columbia have finally rid themselves of the administrator and the professor who physically and verbally attacked student journalists during the eruption of Black Lives Matter protests that rocked the school’s campus in November 2015.

The firing of both taxpayer-funded employees — mass communication professor Melissa Click and senior associate director for Greek life Janna Basler — took 20 months.

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Leftist Software Developers Lead Witch-Hunt At Drupal

26th July 2017

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Drupal, one of the web’s leading content platforms, is facing an internal crisis following the removal of one of its developers over ideological differences.

The leadership at the organization banned senior contributor Larry Garfield for having views contrary to progressive orthodoxy, citing what he did in his private life as an excuse to remove him.

Facing widespread protests from other developers who demanded his reinstitution, Drupal’s leadership repeatedly changed their justification for removing him, each time garnering widespread condemnation from the development community.

It’s all about the Narrative, Larry.

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Black Education Leaders Slam Teachers Union for Comparing School Choice to Segregation

24th July 2017

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Women and minorities hardest hit, etc. etc.

“Score cards! You can’t tell the victims without a scorecard!”

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Public Colleges Pay Thousands for Mandatory Diversity Training

24th July 2017

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Of course they do. It’s that or get sued, which is even more expensive and doesn’t provide cushy administrative jobs for Children of the Crust. Women and minorities hardest hit, of course.

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More Multiculti Merriment in Minneapolis

22nd July 2017

Steve Sailer follows all of this so that you don’t have to.

Mayor of Minneapolis fires white (and Canadian Amerindian) lesbian police chief after Somali diversity hire shoots yoga lady, replaces her with black guy with inscrutable name Medaria Arradondo (huh? What happened to Minnesotans named Svenson? Have I been lied to by Prairie Home Companion all these years?), African American hecklers get in mayor’s face, drive her from conference room.

The whole point of Prairie Home Companion was anthropology — an attempt by a born-in-Flyover-Country-but-left-as-soon-as-I-could would-be Left Coaster to explain these strange native tribes from the undiscovered country of the Midwest to the Real People of the Coast. The upper Midwest (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan), perhaps tainted by its proximity to Canada, has long been a cornerstone of Commie America.

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Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush Again …

19th July 2017

Steve Sailer turns over a rock.

Millions of dollars will soon be spent in Richmond to help increase the number of African-Americans homeowners. A newly announced partnership between Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. (HOME) and Wells Fargo will provide $4 million to help close the racial home ownership gap.

Some things I discovered back in 2008:

– There are a gigantic number of these type of “fair housing” NGOs across the country. One national association of them had over 600 organizations as members.

– A lot of these NGOs fighting white racism in mortgage lending are run by white people like Ms. Crislip.

– A $4 million payoff is a lot to an NGO, but is a minor cost of doing business to one of the Four Big Banks like Wells Fargo. The mortgage market is so big that the word “trillions” comes up: for example, in January 2005, Countrywide Financial launched the metastasization of the Housing Bubble when Angelo Mozillo, having attained agreement from Fannie Mae to buy his dubious mortgages, announced his plan to lend One … Trillion … Dollars to minority and lower income borrowers by 2010.

– The Obama Administration had lots of schemes to rake off mortgage money to its allies in these kind of NGOs that search out examples of disparate impact and trumpet them until they get paid off.

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Man Has ‘DEVAST8’ Tattoo Removed Because It Prevented Him From Getting Jobs

19th July 2017

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Let that be a lesson to us all.

Reality: It’s not just for breakfast any more.

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Linda Sarsour Says Jake Tapper Is a White Nationalist

19th July 2017

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Left-wing activist and Woman’s March organizer Linda Sarsour accused CNN anchor Jake Tapper of being a member of the alt-right, a small white nationalist faction on the far-right.

I’ll bet you didn’t know that.

Tapper called out Women’s March and Sarsour after the organization expressed its support for convicted cop-killer and domestic terrorist Assata Shakur. Tapper also referenced “ugly sentiments” from Sarsour and recent anti-Semitic statements made by a Chicago-based LGBT activist group.

Ah. ThoughtCrime. He ought to know better than that.

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In South Asian Social Castes, a Living Lab for Genetic Disease

18th July 2017

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But, As We All Know, Race Is a Myth, a Social Construct, With No Existence in Reality, blah blah blah….

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Media Welcome Mohamed Noor to Ranks of Honorary Aryans

18th July 2017

Steve Sailer has a bit of fun with Media Racism.

 

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#BlackLiesMatter: White Dallas Officers Aren’t More Likely to Use Force Against Black People, Study Says

17th July 2017

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Researches analyzed 5,630 use-of-force reports from the Dallas Police Department from 2014-2015. They focused on reports that did not include fatal use of force because those incidents happened too rarely, researchers explained in the American Journal of Public Health.

Researcher Stephen Bishopp, a professor at the University of North Texas, says there’s more to the numbers than just this cursory view. When he and fellow researchers controlled for outside factors, such as suspect cooperation and the officer’s size, the relationship between race and use of force disappeared.

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Feminist Critic Trashes New Doctor Who For Not Being Black And Transgender

17th July 2017

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You can’t make this shit up.

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Oops: Vogue’s ‘Gender Politics’ Under Fire For ‘Cultural Appropriation’

17th July 2017

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Cultural appropriation isn’t just for barbeque and white people’s dreadlocks any more. It’s now oppressive towards the gender bending community.  How dare Zayn Malik avoid wearing a ballgown and makeup for Vogue!!

Cosmopolitan contributor Jacob Tobia was significantly peeved by Vogue’s cover shoot of singer Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid, because Vogue described the stars as “embracing gender fluidity.” In the liberal universe, there’s no higher compliment, right? Wrong. Why? Because neither of these celebrities are apparently “#GenderfluidGoals.” Ultimately, Vogue committed the mortal sin of “cultural appropriation,” by dressing a woman in a blazer.

You can’t make this shit up.

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Special Musical Interlude

14th July 2017

A White Boy.

Merle Haggard at his best.

With thanks to ZMan, a kindred soul.

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Colleges Pay Diversity Officers More Than Professors, Staff

14th July 2017

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It’s that or get sued.

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Black Activists Call Out Al Gore for Comparing Climate Change fo Slavery

14th July 2017

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Even AlGore cannot get away with transgressing the Holy Hierarchy ofVictimhood.

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