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From today's Science Denialism news in The Guardian: Testosterone Rex triumphs as Royal Society science book of the year Psychologist Cordelia Fine’s dissection of the myths that sustain assumptions about sexual difference acclaimed by judges as ‘a cracking critique’ ‘There are no essential male or female characteristics’ … Cordelia Fine Tuesday 19 September 2017 A... Read More
From the blog of George R.R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones: A Sadness Sep. 10th, 2017 at 3:51 PM Jerry Pournelle has passed away. He was 84. ... Pournelle has been a major figure in the field for as long as I have been a part of it. I first met him in 1973... Read More
From The Guardian: It's time to take the 'great' white men of science off their pedestals Yarden Katz Tuesday 19 September 2017 ... As this latest controversy shows, science also has its monuments to white supremacy. Like Confederate monuments, these statues should be removed. They are daggers to the open wounds of communities that have... Read More
Usually, a lot of NFL quarterbacks rack up impressive statistics in the first few games of the season because they start off uninjured and the weather is good. Then autumn blows in, injuries take their toll, and statistics come back down to earth. This year, however, the passing statistics in the first two weeks seem... Read More
From the Duluth News Tribune: Seems like a pretty Minnesotan-level of vandalism... This is a rather hearty-looking statue. It might not be that easy to topple when the time comes.
From DNA Info: As I've often mentioned, there is a huge amount of real estate profit to be made by population transfers of blacks out of potentially valuable inner city locations. You can't understand the roots of the Obama Administration, or so many of its key figures, such as consigliere Valerie Jarrett, finance chief and... Read More
From Israel Hayom:
You might think that Nancy Pelosi would be getting some appreciation from the Coalition of the Fringes for her efforts over the last week, but no I can live with that is only carried out by the left against anyone even slightly to the right of them (e.g., Bernie's Speechless in Seattle humiliation). In contrast,... Read More
From ESPN: Retired Ravens legend Ray Lewis probably doesn't want anyone getting a copy of his DNA, just to be on the safe side.
Personally, I've always had a hard time coming up with an opinion on Hillary other than "Meh." So commenter Abe takes a crack at explaining why a lot of people seemed so emotionally invested in Hillary becoming President: And so passeth MURPHY BROWN, bitter to end because she needed no man. Not enough people, I... Read More
From the New York Times: That "gang rape at the University of Virginia" still remains "unproven" due to Rolling Stone's having botched journalistic methodology. If Rolling Stone had crossed all the T's and dotted all the i's, Haven Monahan would be behind bars right now. Also, catfishing is just a boring hobby of hicks who... Read More
From the Dallas Morning News: Houston, Franklin and Jefferson are among Dallas ISD campuses that 'require further research' for possible name changes Corbett Smith, Staff Writer Dallas ISD [Independent School District] is researching the histories of Ben Franklin, Sam Houston, Thomas Jefferson and 17 other historical figures, looking into whether their connections with slavery or... Read More
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Protests turn violent in Delmar Loop late Saturday; second night of post-verdict strife Unrest in the Loop Laurie Skrivan lskrivan@post-dispatch.com Second day of protests after Stockley acquitted David Carson UNIVERSITY CITY • For the second consecutive night, peaceful daytime protests descended into late-night violence with broken windows and thrown rocks,... Read More
From City Journal: Okay, but the courthouse back in Somalia burned down during the Era of Anarchy and a goat ate the paperwork and the imam's clerk was too buzzed on khat to spell anybody's names right, so whaddaya gonna do? Send the legislator's brother-husband back to Somalia, you racist? I don't think so.
The Daily Mail: Sixty-year-old woman is shoved to the ground as fists fly in a punch-up between transgender activists and their extreme feminist rivals in Hyde Park Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminists clashed with their enemies Trans Activists Maria MacLachlan was attacked at Speakers’ Corner in London’s Hyde Park The 60-year-old mother-of-two was left shaken and the... Read More
Commenter Felix Fischer writes: OT: So I did a text search on the e-book of “What Happened” by Hillary Clinton. In summary, I think it’s revealing that the strings “islam”, “refugee”, “illegal immigra”, and “jihad” get a total of 0 results. On the other hand “wikileaks” gets 35 results, and “Russia” gets 267 results. It’s... Read More
Here's a nice obituary for Jerry Pournelle in the New York Times:
From the New York Times: How many incremental people have been murdered in Baltimore due to the Obama Administration / BLM / Soros etc. promotion of this case in March 2015? Compared to the mean in 2007-2014, it looks like Baltimore is now up around 300 incremental dead bodies since the Freddie Gray Fiasco began... Read More
From commenter Boethiuss: Essentially, the fight over the Wall is about whether Americans even have a right to build a Wall.
Dr. Donna Zuckerberg (the sister of the richest, most powerful individual of his generation) began promoting her upcoming book Not All Dead White Men, a "study of the reception of Classics in Red Pill communities," in 2016 with articles in her own classics publication Eidolon such as: How to Be a Good Classicist Under a... Read More
From The Hindu: All prime minister Modi is asking for is sharks in the river with cameras and laser beams on their heads. Is that too much to ask?
From "This Land Is Their Land," the strikingly unfiltered diatribe in Foreign Policy magazine by NYU professor Suketu Mehta about why you evil white people deserve to have your nations overwhelmed by immigrants like him and his relatives:
From The New Republic, a recantation by the co-author of the influential 2002 book The Emerging Democratic Majority (which I reviewed) of his thesis that the Democratic Party's Coalition of the Fringes can eventually achieve one party rule over America. Redoing the Electoral Math I argued that demographics favored the Democrats. I was wrong. BY... Read More
From Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight: Trump’s Hardline Immigration Stance Got Him To The White House SEP. 12, 2017 AT 5:59 AM That may overwhelm the popularity of DACA as far as Republicans in Congress are concerned. By Harry Enten and Perry Bacon Jr. ... A DACA-like bill could be approved by Congress. But there’s a big... Read More
Since we haven't been hearing from any women in politics lately, from the front page of NYTimes.com: For example, we haven't heard from Hillary Clinton's voice in a few minutes. I typed "female legislators" into Google and the first thing that came up was: So the average statehouse has 36.6 female legislators. Is that "few?"... Read More
From Fox News: No Wall and Trump is toast in 2020. Back in 2011, Ann Coulter pointed out how Schumer cost
From the NYT: One of the more oddly influential literary careers was that of J.P. Donleavy, author of the 1955 novel The Ginger Man about an American who moves to Ireland to buckle down and finally get serious about working on his career as a drunk. As I wrote in my review of Colin Quinn's... Read More
From The New Yorker, here's the opening sentence by its editor David Remnick of his review of Hillary Clinton's book What Happened: If you want to really know why Trump won, take a look at how the words "white" and "man" have in recent years become all-purpose pejoratives in the hands of elites such as... Read More
From the Washington Post:
From S.F. Gate: Pope Francis of Argentina canonized Father Serra, 18th Century founder of the California Missions, in 2015. But as I pointed out, the Pope is falling behind the times. Sure, Father Serra is Hispanic (like the Italian-Argentinean Pope, who thought he was making a statement against immigration enforcement in the
From USA Today during the Late Obama Age Collapse: It's almost as if white men are more likely to volunteer for and succeed in the most dangerous and demanding assignments, while the Coalition of the Fringes prefers rear-echelon jobs? Back during the worst part of the Iraq War, I used to try to excavate the... Read More
From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there. I received this email today, which I'll reprint for those in SoCal: This is Alex Pournelle on behalf of our family. ... As you have probably heard, my father, Jerry, passed away on Friday, September 8, 2017. He had attended DragonCon as a... Read More
Here's the Southern Poverty Law Center's universally respected Hate Map of the 917 Hate Groups infesting America. For example, as you can see above, Santa Barbara hosts the notorious environmentalist group Californians for Population Stabilization. Of course, "Population Stabilization" is a euphemism for stabilization of population. CAPS is under the leadership of its führer, Dr.... Read More
Here's a large scale exposition of contemporary Immigrant Supremacist thinking in Foreign Policy. Although it sounds as if it could be written by iSteve commenter Tiny Duck, it appears to be completely serious: Shouldn't Foreign Policy have hustled and gotten this article about all the wonderfulness immigration does for America out a day sooner? On... Read More
From NBC29.com in Charlottesville, Virginia: Back on August 13, 2017 I wrote: I suspect that the tragedies today in Charlottesville might lead not only to the destructi
From What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton: Okay ... Why didn't I ever notice before that the theme of 1984 is that we should "rely on: our leaders" more, that we must not mistrust the press? This could make a good SNL skit if they were still in the market for funny stuff about politicians:... Read More
One reason Donald Trump won the election is the increasingly gratuitous usage among white elites of the word "white" as an insult. For example, in the New York Times today, Jennifer Senior approvingly quotes Hillary Clinton's new book: Why exactly did Hillary insert "white" before "authoritarian" in that sentence? Apparently, Hillary perceives "white authoritarian" to... Read More
From The Atlantic: The Question of Race in Campus Sexual-Assault Cases Is the system biased against men of color? EMILY YOFFE 11:56 AM ET EDUCATION The archetypal image of the campus rapist is a rich, white fraternity athlete. The case of Brock Turner—the freshman swimmer at Stanford University convicted last year of sexually assaulting an... Read More
From KTLA: A long-term priority of the Obama Administration was injecting diversity into the upper ranks of the military to seed the command structure with enough members of the Coalition of the Fringes to take care of future eventualities.
From WFAA: Why the rush to tear down statues? To prevent BLM enthusiasts from massacring more Dallas cops by conceding them their demands quickly. From the Dallas News: As Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway arrived to bask in the result of this hastened action, I asked about the basis for the rush to judgment. Q.... Read More
Portland is, famously, the whitest big municipality in the United States, which gives it some margin for error to do dumb stuff. For example, from Oregon Live: From The Oregonian last year: In contrast, Los Angeles under former top cop Bill Bratton started a program of comin
An interesting-sounding play that will be debuting in New York's Lincoln Center in November is "Junk" by Ayad Akhtar, the son of a couple of Pakistani doctors. It's a fictionalization of how junk bond kind Michael Milken changed America in the 1980s. From the Los Angeles Times in 2016 about the debut of "Junk" in... Read More
From WTOP: The key moments in why Baltimore was swept under by the Obama Administration's pet Black Lives Matter movement but New York City wasn't came in late 2014 and early 2015. For awhile after that fat black guy selling contraband cigarettes died of a heart attack in Staten Island, it looked like New York... Read More
From Foreign Policy: Infiltrating Wyoming is at the heart of the CIA mission. ... The cancellation, now under review by the CIA’s Office of General Counsel, according to a second source, left employees disheartened — particularly those invested in the diversity reforms that were emphasized during the tenure of John Brenna
The Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, benefitting from a huge home market and ownership willing to pay lavish salaries, has been a strong franchise in recent years, reaching the postseason four years straight, although they haven't made the World Series since the Kirk Gibson homer year of 1988. This summer they went on a historic... Read More
Massachusetts pioneered public schools in America and usually scores the highest of all states on various tests such as the NAEP. The state publishes a list of all public high schools by average SAT college admissions scores. The top three are exam schools, including the ancient Boston Latin, which claims a founding date of 1635.... Read More
As we all know, the idea of a Ferguson Effect in which Black Lives Matter protests lead to blacks subsequently murdering each other in increased numbers is a racist hallucination. The fact that Ferguson Effects keep happening exactly where Black Lives Matter has been most active -- such as St. Louis, Baltimore, Chicago, and Milwaukee... Read More
I thought this was a parody in The Baffler, but it turns out there really is a Boutique Activist Consultancy. How many of these Late Obama Age Collapse movements are attempts by mixed race kids like Micah White to cash in the way Obama did?    
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