- What to do with fragments?
- Is mental illness a “social construct?”
- Even OMSI is Afrocentric now
- Update on Michael Strickland
- MSN lying by omission?
- My apologies for not posting
- Confusion in the West Bank
- For Aryeh
- Anti-body-shaming or Sharia?
- Hug a white man t-shirt
- A review of Hive Mind – by Garett Jones
- Muhammad Ali
- Those evil (white) gun-owners
- MSN calls Islam “a cult”
- An overview of the 2016 Amren conference
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Fortunately, you can say almost anything in a blog. The challenge is in speaking the truth, speaking it well and in getting people to read it. But public figures face dire consequences for breaking the rules of political correctness. Syndicated … Continue reading
Google “black victims of white crime” and this is what you get: Clearly there’s not enough white-on-black violence to write about, and it’s not as if people aren’t looking. A search for “Afro-American blog” yields over 92 million results. There … Continue reading
In the 2012 movie “Flight“, Denzel Washington plays the heroic pilot who manages to save the lives of all 102 people on board his plane. He later gets in trouble for having alcohol in his system. I haven’t seen the … Continue reading
Regarding the horrific murders of Christopher Newsom and Channon Christian, known as the Knoxville Horror, Snopes.com demonstrates its ignorance of the media double standard in racial matters. It starts by quoting an anonymous email account of the victims’ fate, and … Continue reading
Mercury News of Silicon Valley, California reports that a “French group” is threatening to sue Twitter over some posts that violate France’s hate-speech laws. PARIS — Twitter agreed to pull racist and anti-Semitic tweets under a pair of French hash … Continue reading
Back in 2010, Georgia representative Hank Johnson made a fool of himself by suggesting that the island of Guam might capsize due to increased U.S. troop levels. Now it turns out he may not have been that far off the … Continue reading
According to Livescience: Of all the world’s major religious groups, Muslims are the least likely to have sex outside of marriage, new research found. And as a country’s Muslim population grows, the rate of premarital sex declines for all residents, … Continue reading