- Al-Jazeera dances around white disenfranchisement
- A quick note on borders
- Africans in Mexico refuse to work
- Back from vacation
- Blacks sue temp agencies in Chicago
- 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
Category Archives: crime and violence
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 don’t claim to be an expert on anything political, but I am a pretty good judge of human nature. Regarding this upcoming election, two dangerous human traits are set to converge: Weak-mindedness and the impulse to compensate. Over half … 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
US News has a nice collection of anti/pro gun rights political cartoons. It’s entertaining, if nothing else. Oh, did I say “nothing else?” Actually, there is somethings else: The anti-gun comics show a clear bias against white men. If you go … Continue reading
Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but it seems to me that the sole legitimate reason for the existence of a government is to protect the people. But these days it seems that the rule, among Western governments, is to hate the very … 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