Category Archives: crime and violence

Lynching in the Old South

Years ago, there was an excellent blog by the name of Radish (previously known as phinehasfury.com). I used to link to it. Alas, it has disappeared, and with it some outstanding articles. One of those articles was about lynching in … Continue reading

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Is Mayor Ted Wheeler Finally Showing Some Backbone?

As far as I can tell, my Back the Blue friends have moved on to greener pastures, and are now concentrating their efforts in Salem. It doesn’t look like they’ve been meeting in downtown Portland recently, and they haven’t returned … Continue reading

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Why We Need Well-Armed Citizen Militias

Thanks to Andy Ngo, whose tweet led me to this story from The Willamette Weekly: Between 7 and 9 am on Dec. 8, a large crowd of individuals started to build after they got the news about the eviction. And it grew … Continue reading

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Yelling “I Hate White People,” and Punching One, isn’t a Hate Crime

My friend Diversity Chronicle sent me this story from The Washington Post: Tamara Crowchief may have yelled “I hate white people” as she carried out a violent assault on a white person, but that doesn’t mean her attack was racially … Continue reading

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Cornell University Encourages Microaggressions Against People of Color

Thanks to Amren for pointing us to a story from Campus Reform regarding Cornell University’s new immunization requirements and exemptions: Students at Cornell University can use their status as a “person of color” to be exempt from the university’s flu vaccine requirement. … Continue reading

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BLM Supports Slavery

On several occasions during my Back the Blue adventures, I’ve heard BLMers shriek “Buildings are not people!” in reference to accusations of property destruction by BLM rioters. Their general sentiment seems to be that it’s okay to destroy property for … Continue reading

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Philadelphia BLM Targets White People for Beatings

From The Gateway Pundit: According to Blaze reporter Elijah Schaffer, Philadelphia Police have lost control of the riot and white people are now being “specifically targeted and attacked.” The mob is so anti-white, that Antifa was not welcome with them … Continue reading

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A Textbook Example of Islamic Terrorism

A few days ago, a Muslim terrorist entered a church in Nice, France and murdered three worshipers. Shortly thereafter, we learned that the assailant had just arrived from Tunisia illegally through the island of Lampedusa. Some journalists visited the terrorist’s … Continue reading

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My Forced-Busing Experiences Published on Amren

If anybody wants to read about my childhood experiences with forced busing, my story has just been published on American Renaissance. This version is, in my opinion, superior to the one that was previously published on this blog. Additionally, many … Continue reading

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Philip Anderson visits Vancouver

Today, I attended a small Trump rally in Vancouver, Washington. Vancouver is just across the Columbia River from Portland. It was chilly but well worth it. I got to hear Joey Gibson (founder of Patriot Prayer) speak, along with a … Continue reading

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