As well as the baseball season being too long these days, baseball games take too long as well. For example, the Chicago Cubs won the second game of the World Series 5-1 over the Indians in Cleveland on October 26, 2016 in a nine inning game that lasted four hours and four minutes. In contrast,... Read More
Commenter Almost Missouri writes: Another thing is that Federal agencies like the FBI and ATF mainly employ young-to-middle-aged white guys, so if your organization looks like that, they’re all set to infiltrate you. If your org is full of weedy Near Easterners or scabrous ghetto thugs, well, you can go your way unmolested by the... Read More
From Fox Business: Facebook Employees Try to Censor Trump By Deepa Seetharaman Published October 21, 2016 Election Dow Jones Newswires Some of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's posts on Facebook have set off an intense debate inside the social media company over the past year, with some employees arguing certain posts about banning Muslims from... Read More
From The Oregonian: Defense rests with witness confirming he was FBI informant and ran occupation's shooting range Maxine Bernstein | The Oregonian/OregonLive on October 17, 2016 at 6:45 PM, updated October 17, 2016 at 10:10 PM Defense lawyers rested in the Oregon standoff case Monday after they called a witness who confirmed he was an... Read More
The Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 6-0 in the first game of the World Series. Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber was overwhelming, striking out 8 batters in the first three innings. The righthander with the peculiar left-to-right tailing fastball was particularly nasty to lefthanded hitters. They don't actually like it when righthanders throw 90+... Read More
From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s Malice in Blunderland by Steve Sailer October 26, 2016 If you want to understand Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president, a good place to start is the current libel trial against Rolling Stone for publishing Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s ridiculous hate hoax article, “A Rape on Campus:... Read More
From the Irish Times: White privilege is real and it exists in Ireland White Irish people are expert at denying the extent of society’s racial prejudice Thu, Oct 20, 2016, 01:00 Dean Van Nguyen The expression “white privilege” has been around for years but “white skin privilege” has recently been repopularised in the US, where... Read More
From The Forward: Donald Trump and the Fragility of White Jewish Privilege SCRIBE CONTRIBUTOR Michael L. Rock Michael Rock is a writer, researcher, and blogger with a profound interest in domestic and global affairs. October 20, 2016 The United States has been kind to the Jews. European physical features have helped them become recognized as... Read More
From the Chicago Tribune in 1986: Thompson-Stevenson Photo Finish Of 1982 Took Months To Develop November 05, 1986|By Dan McCaughna. Tuesday's contest for Illinois governor between incumbent Gov. James Thompson and Adlai Stevenson may turn out to be closer than some polls predict, but it is unlikely to equal the photofinish race the two ran... Read More
the Philadelphia Inquirer: Puerto Ricans fleeing island's troubles find an unlikely haven: Camden Updated: OCTOBER 24, 2016 — 1:08 AM EDT by Luis Ferré Sadurni, Staff Writer ... Brenda Moyet, 41, left Puerto Rico in November 2011 to escape a violent ex-husband. Moyet, along with her three children and current husband, Hector Aponte, lived in... Read More
From the New York Times: Go Midwest, Young Hipster If you really want Democrats to win in Iowa, move there. By ALEC MacGILLIS OCT. 22, 2016 Not surprisingly, the Obama Administration has been waging war on Dubuque, Iowa to get local officials to take surplus blacks off the hands of blue state Illinois and convert... Read More
Peggy Noonan writes in her column in the WSJ: Imagine a Sane Donald Trump You know he’s a nut. What if he weren’t? By PEGGY NOONAN Oct. 20, 2016 7:07 p.m. ET Look, he’s a nut and you know he’s a nut. I go to battleground states and talk to anyone, everyone. They all know... Read More
From the New York Times: SundayReview | EDITORIAL NOTEBOOK The Witching Season By ANNA NORTH OCT. 22, 2016 The witching hour is upon us. I’m talking not about Halloween but about Election Day — which, if you believe a vocal subset of conspiracy theorists, is when we’ll all get hexed. Hillary Clinton’s more extreme critics... Read More
From The Forward: How Do I Explain My Trump Nazi Nightmare to My Mexican American Daughter? Anna Keller October 21, 2016 I have a terrible recurring dream. I’m hiding in the attic with Anne Frank and she’s calling me “Kitty.” I tell her that I have to go, I don’t know where my daughter is,... Read More
From the Toronto Star: Finance Minister’s key advisers want 100M Canadians by 2100 Opening Canada’s doors to more newcomers is a crucial ingredient for expanding growth in the future, argue the council members assembled by Finance Minister Bill Morneau. By ANDY BLATCHFORD The Canadian Press Sun., Oct. 23, 2016 OTTAWA—Imagine Canada with a population of... Read More
From the New York Times, an article about an illiterate Syrian shepherd's family brought to Canada by naive Canadians who assume that nuclear families are the global norm: They Took In One Refugee Family. But Families Don’t Have Borders. When ordinary Canadians signed up to help Syrian refugees, neither group expected to face agonizing questions... Read More
One of the ironies of the conventional wisdom is that standardized testing is supposed to be biased against minorities, and yet white liberals tend to go nuts for the occasional Non-Asian Minority who has what it takes to score high on standardized tests. For example, President Obama probably did score quite well on the LSAT.... Read More
From the Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization in 2005: The Curley Effect: The Economics of Shaping theElectorate Edward L. Glaeser Harvard University and NBER Andrei Shleifer Harvard University and NBER James Michael Curley, a four-time mayor of Boston, used wasteful redistribution to his poor Irish constituents and incendiary rhetoric to encourage richer citizens to... Read More
From the U. of Pennsylvania magazine in 2004: Reflections on a Shattered Glass The adorable little weenie I knew was nothing but a con artist. By Sabrina Rubin Erdely I used to feel almost sorry for Stephen Glass C’94. I don’t anymore. When in 1998 the news first broke that Glass had been fired from... Read More
From the New York Times, an oped by Gregory Mankiw, former chairman of GW Bush's Council of Economic Advisers: I Paid $2,500 for a ‘Hamilton’ Ticket. I’m Happy About It. Economic View By N. GREGORY MANKIW OCT. 21, 2016 ... We had no doubt about what we wanted to see. “Hamilton” had received rave reviews... Read More
Have any pairs of identical twins ever been movie stars after childhood? Lots of movie stars have fraternal twin siblings, but after a desultory effort I only found two with identical twins -- Jon Heder of Napoleon Dynamite and Linda Hamilton of Terminator -- neither of whom works much before the camera. And yet, lots... Read More
The Clash had played slower and if Joe Strummer had noticed he were half Scottish, more Robbie Burns than Rudyard maybe Anthony Quinn than Robbie Dale should write lyrics for Mike Prison is for the people still up Friday night rather than the good citizens up early on Saturday morning.
From WSJ.com: Bret Stephens Deputy editor, editorial page, The Wall Street Journal. Bret Stephens writes “Global View,” the Wall Street Journal’s foreign-affairs column, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2013. He is the paper’s deputy editorial page editor, responsible for the international opinion pages of the Journal, and a member of... Read More
From Reason's coverage of UVA bureaucrat Nicole Eramo's libel lawsuit against Rolling Stone for the Haven Monahan Hate Hoax: Day 4: Erdely gives scarring testimony Hawes Spencer ... Erdely was to be one of the magazine’s stars. She revealed Thursday that after writing stories for Rolling Stone for several years, this one was to be... Read More
Commenter Buzz Mohawk notes: To me the pseudo-science of systemic racism resembles a tautology, one that hangs together with the pseudo-legal concept of disparate impact, thus: Where (you think) there is disparate impact, there is systemic racism. Where (you think) there is systemic racism, there is disparate impact. All of this is made possible by... Read More
I finally got around to watching a couple of movies by the great French comedian / director Jacques Tati, 1959's Mon Oncle and 1967's Play Time. Tati, a successor to Chaplin and Keaton, made post-silent comedies without much plot or dialogue but with a lot of sound effects and visual gags. Tati liked the eccentric,... Read More
Commenter IBC writes: The idea that Trump’s refusal to pledge an immediate and unconditional concession to Hillary’s anticipated but still uncertain victory, is predicated on the now proven-to-be-false media narrative that his coalition of supporters is violent and incapable of tolerating political dissent. Now that we have the hard evidence that violence at Trump’s rallies... Read More
Remember when society's systemic bias favoring Straight White Males caused a black cop to shoot an armed black criminal in Milwaukee in August, setting off another BLM riot protest (with Undocumented Weave Shopping)? It was briefly alluded to at the VP debate: PENCE: Senator, when African-American police officers involved in a police action shooting involving... Read More
Commenter Anon7 observes: ... Women want to reward Hillary for standing by her man in 1998, but they can’t accept that she did that because everything that Hillary ever got in her life she got through her husband. Feminists hate Bill Clinton as a man who groped, seduced and chased skirts throughout his marriage to... Read More
From the Third Presidential Debate: CLINTON: ... In the 1990s, I went to Beijing and I said women's rights are human rights. He insulted a former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, called her an eating machine. As I may have mentioned once or twice over the years, Sailer's First Law of Female Journalism is: The most... Read More
Right as the Presidential debate ended, we got hit with what appears to have been a major Denial of Service attack. It must have been the fault of those hackers of Putin that Hillary is always warning us about.
Some background: Yale undergraduates live in glorified dormitories known as "colleges." The incredibly rich university is finally building two new colleges, the first since 1961, after keeping its class size the same for many decades. Yale announced in April that its two new dorms will be named after Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin. Who was... Read More
Apologies for the website running slow ever since the end of the debate. I wonder why ... What's on your mind? My notes on the debate: Hillary denouncing "dark, unaccountable money" again coming into the political system. Hillary wants power so she can nominate Supreme Court justices who will stand up to the powerful. Trump... Read More
From my new Wednesday column in Taki's Magazine: Rigging Elections by Steve Sailer October 19, 2016 Ironically, the most far-reaching scheme to rig this and future American elections isn’t being plotted in the Kremlin (as Hillary Clinton and the ruling media warn). Nor is it being hammered out in K Street offices by lobbyists, Democratic... Read More
Are American men getting wimpier? Everyone is entitled to an opinion and entitled to point to their own set of evidence. With the Chicago Cubs trying to win their first World Series since 1908, but needing to get past the Los Angeles Dodgers and their (regular season) ace of aces Clayton Kershaw, it's fun to... Read More
To illustrate the decline in intellectual standards in immigration discourse during the 21st Century here's a New York Times editorial from February 2000 cautioning against amnesty for illegal immigrants. Hasty Call for Amnesty FEB. 22, 2000 The A.F.L.-C.I.O.'s call for the government to grant amnesty to an estimated six million illegal immigrants currently living in... Read More
CNN's report on O'Keefe's first video: Dem operative 'stepping back' after video suggests group incited violence at Trump rallies By Daniella Diaz and Drew Griffin, CNN Updated 10:04 PM ET, Tue October 18, 2016 Washington (CNN) A Democratic operative whose organization was helping Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Tuesday that he would be "stepping back" from... Read More
From the pages of the central cog of the Machine Media, the New York Times: Criticism of the News Media Takes On a More Sinister Tone Mediator Jim Rutenberg MEDIATOR OCT. 16, 2016 ... In the case of The Times, Mr. Trump has made its largest individual shareholder, Carlos Slim, of Mexico, part of the... Read More
Hillary will probably try to put Trump in jail if she's President, the way Julian Assange got charged with sexual assault. Maybe Trump should work out a deal with the Ecuadorian government to move their embassy into his new Old Post Office hotel in Washington DC. Then he could come out onto his balcony, like... Read More
From Engadget: Project Include cuts ties with Y Combinator over Thiel and Trump The diversity group says venture capitalist Peter Thiel's public support of Donal Trump isn't good for diversity. Mat Smith , @thatmatsmith Project Include, a high-profile Silicon Valley diversity initiative, has officially cut ties with the influential Y Combinator venture incubator due to... Read More
https://youtu.be/5IuJGHuIkzY Here's the first released video from James O'Keefe's Poject Veritas showing how Democratic operatives cause violence at Trump rallies. Here's Robert Creamer's Huffington Post page and here's Scott Foval's LinkedIn page.
From The Atlantic: In Ferguson, the Seeds of Trump's Defeat Trump may have risen on the wings of white backlash. But black Americans' fierce resistance to a candidate they see as racist could spell his defeat. MOLLY BALL 12:28 PM ET POLITICS FERGUSON, Missouri—... Two years ago, the protests in Ferguson that followed Brown’s death... Read More
https://youtu.be/7RfLq6z3P3M?t=59m15s From Yahoo News on the President's speech at Carnegie-Mellon: Obama decries 'wild west' media landscape Pittsburgh (AFP) - President Barack Obama on Thursday decried America's "wild, wild west" media environment for allowing conspiracy theorists a broad platform and destroying a common basis for debate. Recalling past days when three television channels delivered fact-based news... Read More
From The Guardian: The Coalition of the Fringes doesn't really grasp the concept of Divide & Conquer. Through sheer ugliness of temper they're going to eventually drive just about every single white male who isn't on Hillary's payroll into saying: Yeah, I thought I had some disagreements with Bob Dylan over this or that, but... Read More
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