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After the Walker Cup golf tournament at the Los Angeles Country Club in September, I walked down Wilshire Boulevard and stopped off in the Beverly Hilton hotel. There were a couple of hundred elegantly dressed black people lined up to get into a ballroom to attend a gala in honor of rap mogul Russell Simmons... Read More
From the Washington Post: Collapse of German coalition talks deals Merkel blow, raises prospect of new elections By Griff Witte November 20 at 3:37 AM BERLIN — The sudden collapse of talks to form a coalition government left German politics in turmoil on Monday, with Angela Merkel reckoning with one of the worst crises of... Read More
Law School professor Laurence Tribe, who was always being mentioned in the 1980s as the Democrats' next Supreme Court nominee, has an amusingly demented Twitter account these days. Today, Tribe intuits the anti-Semitic conspiracy behind a Trump misspelling in a Tweet: Tribe once wrote a law review article entitled "The Curvature of Constitutional Space: What... Read More
From Sports Illustrated: Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch's Raider's lost 33-8. I'm guessing that the Patriots' Tom Brady stood respectfully during the playing of both anthems.
Although transphobia is high on the list of the mortal sins of The Current Year, not being transphobic enough to keep your paws off the female impersonators can also get a guy in trouble. From Deadline, on the fate of the great comic actor Jeffrey Tambor (needy sidekick Hank on The Larry Sanders Show, Arrested... Read More
The Amish make an interesting testbed for nature-nurture studies, since the plain people so radically social engineer their environments to equalize them. The Amish are like 18th Century SJWs who, rather than just complain like 21st Century ones, actually built a sustainable culture that minimizes inequality. When progressives say things like, "All we have to... Read More
From the New York Times: Slavery Ensnares Thousands in U.K. Here’s One Teenage Girl’s Story. By CEYLAN YEGINSU NOV. 18, 2017 ... A report by a British government commission on modern slavery and human trafficking, released last month, described a sprawling practice that ensnares tens of thousands of people in Britain. Many are immigrants. But... Read More
Commenter landru observes of Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner (a long-time iSteve favorite for his comic lack of self-awareness): Weiner is like Larry David with no sense of humor. From NPR: Heather, The Totality is a slim novel that begins simply, introducing readers to a perfectly pleasant though unremarkable couple, Mark and Karen Breakstone. They... Read More
Commenter loveofknowledge writes: The whole time the Ferguson Michael Brown hoax was going on, I was asking myself, why are they doing this? Are they TRYING to start a riot? If the media gets everybody convinced that this was a case of an innocent black kid murdered by a racist white cop… well then people... Read More
I got a free ticket to the UCLA-Arizona St. football game at the Rose Bowl last Saturday. Both of L.A.'s college football stadiums, the Rose Bowl (UCLA) and the Coliseum (USC), are enormous 1920s piles with lots of cheap bench seats in the end zones. Nobody would build these kind of non-luxurious stadiums these days,... Read More
From Reason: Robby Soave: The third part of your series [in The Atlantic: The Question of Rape in Campus Sexual Assault] focuses on the fact that we don't know what the exact numbers are, but it certainly seems like there's a disproportionate number of students of color and immigrant men who are being accused of... Read More
Commenter Buffalo Joe explains: This is the plan to turn Weinstein Lemons into Trump Impeachment Lemonade. But can progressive women get themselves organized enough to drop Phase One -- the accusations against leading liberal figures -- and, as Democrats used to say, Move On to Phase Two -- Get Trump! Or will Phase One just... Read More
Commenter anon observes:
A survivor of the Hancock Park Golfocaust, Matthew Weiner, creator of the Mad Men soap opera, remains in the news on charges of being an "emotional terrorist." I had never heard of "emotional terrorism" before, but it seems like a popular title among authors of self-help books. Technically, emotional terrorism isn't actually a crime, yet,... Read More
years, I've been mentioning the striking amount of space taken up in the brains of influential people by family memories of great-grandpa not being able to join the Los Angeles Country Club (so he had to join Jewish-only Hillcrest CC instead). The Los Angeles Country Club takes up something like 0.9 miles of both sides... Read More
As you'll recall, in September 2015, Angela Merkel's sudden whim of inviting a million marching men into the heart of Europe was widely proclaimed an audacious masterstroke that would no doubt envibrantize Germany's economy with all those Syrian engineers. But, the cooler heads cautioned, there might be some short-term adjustment issues unless the other nations... Read More
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And then they came for potential 2020 Presidential candidate Senator Al Franken (D-MN) for Behavior Not Wholly Unexpected in a Comedian.
From Bloomberg: Håkan Monahanson is out of control! It's not okay to be Swedish! (A text search for "migr" finds nothing in this article, so stop thinking that this might have something to do with letting in all those Muslim refugees in 2015. If there were a connection, they'd have mentioned it, right?)
From the New York Times: How dare they show concern for their children? The 2016 results suggest that residents of a diminishing number of decisively white American towns and small cities — even those which supported Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 — can now b
In the New York Times, op-ed columnist Bret Stephens, former editor of the Jerusalem Times, explains: I realize this is of little interest to Bret Stephens, but who is good for the Americans? It's okay to be gentile.
With the old New Republic in the news lately for its sins of straight white gentile male privilege, it's worth noting that if you had read the news very carefully back in the day, you might have noticed that wasn't really what was going on. From the New York Times Magazine in 1993: The Editor... Read More
Commenter candid_observer writes: A lot of actual hate crimes are just kind of boring and depressing: e.g., a kid in juvenile hall carves an anti-gay slur in the effeminate kid's bunk. A lot of celebrated "hate crimes" turn out to be like celebrated conspiracy theories. I'm always pointing out that a lot of major events... Read More
A press release from the Anti-Defamation League: ADL Honors U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent Jay Silveria for His Courageous Response to Racial Slurs RACE & RACIAL JUSTICE San Francisco, CA, November 14, 2017 … The superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy was honored Tuesday by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for his actions in... Read More
From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there.
At age 28 in 1999, Peter Beinart was appointed editor-in-chief of The New Republic by Martin Peretz. What entitled Peretz? Marty had married a woman who gave him the money to buy The New Republic. Marty had paid the cost to be the boss. Beinart was merely the latest in a long line of bright... Read More
From the New York Times: Also from the NYT: Mellody Hobson Says the Time for Corporate Diversity Is Now By ALINA TUGEND NOV. 14, 2017 Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments, says it’s time for corporate America to stop trying to create workplace diversity. It’s time to start doing it. “Trying is not the same... Read More
From the New York Times: Robert Heinlein's 1941 sci-fi story "Methuselah's Children" is about a foundation that starts out in the 19th Century arranging romantic meetings among the great-grandchildren of particularly long-lived people to eugenically engineer a family/race that will live for an extreme numbers of years by the 21st Century.
As iSteve readers know, we are big fans of Zimbabwe president-for-life Robert Mugabe's favorite sports coat. Because there appears to be a coup of some sort going on in Zimbabwe at the moment, we are taking the precaution of running a picture of the 93-year-old dictator's Mugabe Jacket one more time.
From The Atlantic: Reflections of an Affirmative-Action Baby White men from fancy schools advanced quickly at the New Republic. Asking how much of their success was due to race, gender, and class would have meant asking the same of myself. PETER BEINART 11:38 AM ET CULTURE In 1991, the African American Yale Law School professor... Read More
January, Berkeley Latinx Studies major / nonbinary pronoun activist Pablo "They" Gomez was arrested on charges of murdering a woman he didn't know, schoolteacher Emilie Inman, and stabbing nonfatally fellow SJW activist Kiana Schmitt. The stabby little social justice jihadi was found sane enough to stand trial on a 2-1 vote. Monday was the first... Read More
From CNN: Air Force Academy hoax doesn't change overall picture on hate crimes By Frida Ghitis Updated 6:52 PM ET, Thu November 9, 2017 Frida Ghitis says the finding that an Air Force Academy prep school incident was a hoax doesn't invalidate the message of Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria's viral anti-racism speech Frida Ghitis, a... Read More
I've been wondering what Air Force Academy boss Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria has been up to since it was revealed last week that his Fifteen Minutes of Fame were based on a Hate Hoax. Well, now, we found out: the Anti-Defamation League today gave Silveria it's "ADL Americanism Award for his commitment, dedication, and leadership... Read More
From Yale News: Also by Pal at Stories from the Silent Minority: Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn't been the case. Perhaps it was naive of m
From US News & World Report: And that would be bad because ... Did I mention "diversity" enough? Diversity diversity diversity. There, that should do it. Because tracking immigrants to see how they are doing would be ... science. We don't like science here in the United States of Diversity. We believe
One of the more amusing things about the Current Year is how Social Justice Jihadis make up ever more self-destructive jargon to explain what they are are resenting, such as the inherently comic "microaggression" and now ... "microinvalidation." From Teen Vogue: I'm not sure if Hillary guest-edited this contribution, but Hillary probably knows all about... Read More
From Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream: 7 Ways We Know Systemic Racism Is Real Ever hear someone say something like, “Hey, wow, great news everybody! Racism’s over! We fixed it!” ... Yeah, it seems there’s still a little something called systemic racism—and it’s real. Racism at Every Level of Society Systemic racism is about the... Read More
From the NYT oped section: Uh, it took 15 years until Angus Deaton happened to have a paper on rising white death rates come out right after he won a Nobel Prize in 2015 for anybody to notice the White Death. Likewise, despite centuries of exclusion and robust evidence of continuing racism, minority underemployment is... Read More
From the New York Times: We’re Sick of Racism, Literally By DOUGLAS JACOBS NOV. 11, 2017 Perceptions of discrimination like those the officers experienced, as well as those that are less direct, may make us sick. And in the current political environment, with its high-profile expressions of racism, sexism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, homophobia and xenophobia, along... Read More
From the Topeka Capital Journal:
From Buzzfeed: Taylor Swift’s Persona Is Not Built For 2017 In 2017, Swift is still absenting herself from the cultural conversation while simultaneously trying to center herself in it. Posted on November 10, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. Alanna Bennett BuzzFeed News Reporter Taylor Swift’s reputation is a complicated mess. ... Move over a little from... Read More
From the BBC: If we can't have faith in the purity of the leaders of the international soccer movement, whom can we trust? Seriously, in the midst of a giant moral panic like this, it's worth remembering that some innocent men and many no-more-guilty-than-average men are likely to be unfairly persecuted. On the other hand,... Read More
During the mid-1970s, the Steve Miller Band reliably delivered some of the most radio-friendly rock hits. I was surprised to learn yesterday that one of the most characteristic Steve Miller Band songs, "Jet Airliner" (recorded in 1975 and released in 1977), was not written by Miller. Instead, it was a cover version of an unreleased... Read More
Following up my Taki's column on Larry David, "Curb Your Self-Awareness," here's a self-aware excerpt from a 2001 interview by Emma Forrest with Rachel Weisz, the lovely Oscar-winning Jewish-British actress:
From the Daily Mail. We Norte Americanos are supposed to believe unquestioningly in the reality of transgenderism, while scoffing at transracialism as a genetic impossibility. Latin Americans, in contrast, find transracialism cool and fun. The modern world is full of new chemicals and surgical techniques, they reason, so why not use them to live out... Read More
From the U.S. State Department: Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO): Supporting Objective Media in Hungary November 7, 2017 This is the announcement of funding opportunity number DRLA-DRLAQM-18-032 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 19.345 Application Deadline: January 19, 2018 For new application submission instructions, see Section D... Read More
Here's a post you might have seen briefly before it got lost in fumbles by the hosting company. Sorry about the repetition for those who check in 4 times per day. Leon Wieseltier, former long-time cultural editor of The New Republic, who was about to get the Widow Jobs’ money to start a new magazine... Read More
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Steve Sailer is a journalist, movie critic for Taki's Magazine, columnist, and founder of the Human Biodiversity discussion group for top scientists and public intellectuals.

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