- What is the Alt-Right?
- What is the National Policy Institute’s policy toward Jews?
- Hillary’s “popular vote”
- A loose end that needs to be tied
- I’ve never been so happy to be wrong!
- Final thoughts on the election
- African exodus from the ICC
- The Nine Genders of PSU
- Desperate for victimhood
- A quick thought on Clinton
- The Butterfly Effect and race
- Idiocy from the Forest Grove News
- Is Trump an anti Semite?
- A late report on this year’s Amren conference
- Toxic Masculinity
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Category Archives: Africa and blacks
Writing for the World Politics Review, Julian Hattem writes: Africa’s long-simmering tensions with the International Criminal Court appear to be boiling over. After years of allegations that the ICC has focused solely on the African continent, while letting abuses in … Continue reading
I’m a touch-typer. But I bashed my left pinkie against a fence while doing yard work, so it hurts every time I use caps or the letters q (ouch), a (ouch) and z (ouch). So I hope y’all appreciate this while reading … Continue reading
My daughter and grandson have been in town visiting, and I found myself taking care of the little one so that my daughter could have a break from him. We ended up at OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry). … Continue reading
Just like the rest of us, the late Muhammad Ali had good traits and bad traits. I think white people have a lot to learn from him. Here’s an interview with him I’ve posted in the past. I never grow … Continue reading
As you would expect, as Diversity increases, so too does crime. This holds true in public transit as much as anywhere else. A recent Trimet report tells us that, overall, public transit crime has gone down: TriMet and Transit Police … Continue reading
In theory, we all have rights in this so-called “Land of the Free.” But it’s common knowledge that some of us have more rights than others. The wealthy have more rights than the poor. The strong have more rights than … Continue reading