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From Audacious Epigone:

Parenthetically, the putative war on women is really a war on marriage. One of Steve Sailer’s many great insights over the years has been noting how the much talked about gender gap is reliably dwarfed by the much larger marriage gap.

So it is with the Kavanaugh calumny. The following graphs show firstly the percentages of respondents, by sex and marital status, who support Kavanaugh’s nomination with “don’t know” responses excluded, and secondly the gap in support by sex and then the gaps in support between married and never-married members of the same sex (N = 19,561):

The gap in support for Kavanaugh between married and never-married members of the same sex is more than twice as large as it is between men and women in general.

 
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  1. I like that they excluded the I Don’t Knows, but aren’t we really talking about a tiny subset of the population?

    How many people in this country know who Judge Kavanaugh is? 5%? 10%?

    How many are actually following this closely? 1%?

    I use my brother as an everyman on these kind of issues and he has absolutely no clue that any of this is happening. The polls sometimes indicate that about 25-40% of people can identify a Supreme Court Justice, but that seems way too high. Could your mailman name one? Any of the people who work at the supermarket? Cops? No way. Unless you live in the political bubble, take a look around today and try to guess how many of the people you see have anything more than a fleeting idea that this is happening.

  2. theMann says:

    Background conclusion:

    There are reasons why unmarried women are….unmarried.

    • Agree: NickG
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Rosamond Vincy
  3. DuanDiRen says:

    OT, but amazeballs: https://order-order.com/2018/09/28/corbynistas-launch-boycott-of-deplorable-guardian/

    The US equivalent would be the DNC saying that the WaPo is anti-Hillary, and boycotting them.

  4. @Tyrion 2

    The funny/ironic thing is that the whitest areas of the UK have the biggest bastardy levels, while the lowest is Londonistan, the city formerly known as Swinging London.

    Back on the hearings

    https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1045380447293902849/video/1

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  5. IHTG says:
    @Tyrion 2

    Look at other countries as well – Anglos seem particularly prone to this.

  6. LondonBob says:

    Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.

  7. Anonymous[511] • Disclaimer says:

    The stories from Ford and her defenders like Ramirez get sketchier and sketchier. Traumatic events in my life I can recall in a nanosecond, vividly remember when they occurred, where, and who, if the events involved others, was involved. This is how memories work- traumatic events are seared into your brain like a hot iron to a steer. It sure as heck doesn’t take 6 days of careful recollection with an attorney as Ramirez admitted.

  8. I’m curious to know which way Steve and the iSteve crowd think the causation runs.

    Do naturally conservative women marry at a higher rate? Or does the state of matrimony force people to mature, confront the nature of human frailty, etc?

  9. @Tyrion 2

    Conclusions:

    1. Emulate Israeli policies
    2. Make support for Israel conditional on their support #1

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    , @Karl
  10. @Tyrion 2

    How could this possibly surprise you? I’ve got plenty of friends in Israel, all of whom are quite right-leaning and family-focused.

    Is the story different in the US? (I’m not American)

  11. Box Wine Resistance agent Christine Blasey Ford is not a baby boomer. Blasey Ford is 51 years old. I incorrectly identified her age cohort in a previous comment. Nonetheless, she looks as old as that evil baby boomer hag, Hillary Clinton.

    Steve Sailer goes for marital status as opposed to income level or educational attainment, OK, but the Southern White ladies who vote as a bloc with their fellow White men might skew the numbers. Maybe not, but a Jason Richwine type ought to break this stuff down by region.

    Marital status and educational attainment are both better cohort identifiers than some hazy horseshit about “blue collar” or “white collar” that don’t mean much anymore.

    Married White Women Without College Degrees want my comments to be moderated on through. I have a bunch of them left in Steve Sailer comment limbo. Thank you!

  12. jaichind says:

    Part of this is because URM marriage rates are quite low. So married women is often a proxy for white married women.

  13. Anonymous[126] • Disclaimer says:

    These people are really into eternal punishment. How can you share a society with them?

  14. Anonymous[266] • Disclaimer says:

    Black woman from Sacramento Bee:

    https://www.sacbee.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/erika-d-smith/article219146885.html

    A crying Brett Kavanaugh. This is what white male privilege looks like
    BY ERIKA D. SMITH
    [email protected]

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Alec Leamas
  15. I wonder if there’s some self-selection going on here.

    Women more likely to get married and stay married are less likely to be obvious flakes like Blasey Ford.

    Women more likely to be single later in life are more likely to have been obvious flakes like Blasey Ford.

    Perhaps most importantly, married women are likely to view obvious flakes like Blasey Ford as a threat to their families, either by way of recovered groping memories/harassment stories which debilitate their wage-earner husbands, or by these hysterical types throwing themselves sexually at their husbands to create the drama and attention they crave.

    I think women are more cynical about other women than even supposed misogynist men are, and despite having a few months (two weeks at the least if you’re credulous and believe that the leak was unauthorized) to work on her and make her seem somewhat sane and normal, she nevertheless had tells that read like poisoned animals with brightly colored patterns telling you “DANGER DANGER – STAY AWAY.”

  16. Anonymous[149] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    She hit the nail on the head. A crying Kavanaugh- That is the reality of white privilege. No benefits and dishonest blame and persecution from lying minorities trying to ruin your life.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
  17. Anonymous[304] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tyrion 2

    Those numbers are super depressing…

    If I am understanding correctly, among indigenous British the illegitimacy rate must be over 50% (!), because Muslims, Sikhs, etc. don’t tolerate that stuff, and minorities are probably 20% of births.

    Even the Israeli numbers are concerning. Since I have to assume that illegitimacy is basically non-existent among Arabs, Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox Jews, Bedouin, Druze, etc., then all of that 7% illegitimacy is found among the secular Jews, which are probably only ~40% or less of births now. So the illegitimacy rate among the culturally dominant segment of Israel is approaching 20%, which is were the US was in the 80s or so. Not good.

    • Replies: @Ibound1
  18. @Anonymous

    It’s what the kids these days call “Calvinball.” The rules about how Kavanaugh should have behaved in the hearing change after the fact. There’s quite literally no way in which he could have acted that would have helped him yesterday in their view.

    Had he met the calumnies with stoic resolve, it would have been evidence that privileged white males don’t fear the justice of #Metoo. It would have been evidence that he lacked a judicial temperament because he couldn’t “empathize” with victims of horrible crimes (committed by the judge himself, as judges always preside over trials in which they are also the defendants accused of horrible crimes).

    Had the Arizona prosecutor flayed this nut open wide during the hearing and brutally exposed her lies, evasions, and the incredible lack of facts of her story (when, where), the Republicans would have been lashed for “re-victimizing survivors.” See also, “eleven old white men shouldn’t question a survivor” and “these old white men are cowards for not giving the Democrats the sound bytes they desire.”

  19. @Anonymous

    I think the one thing that could possibly bring us back together as a Nation is to appoint James Comey as Special Counsel to investigate teen beer drinking, fart jokes and the apparent wrinkle in spacetime over suburban DC in the early 1980s.

    Perhaps the only thing in heaven or on Earth that can unite this divided Nation is the broad-based, bipartisan hatred of James Comey.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
  20. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:

    In the midst of this swirling tempest of misogyny, both internalized and regular flavor, another voice emerged to minimize Ford’s heartbreaking testimony: Rachel Butera, the voice actress for General Leia in the upcoming animated television series Star Wars: Resistance. In a now-deleted tweet, Butera posted a video where she repeatedly mocks Ford’s voice during the professor’s testimony.

    “This is how I sound,” Butera imitates in a high pitch. “I know it’s a surprise to even me that I talk this way and I’m a doctor and a grown woman. I sound like I’m still back at that high school party. I can’t help it. I just have this kind of a voice, like a baby, even though I’m a doctor and I’m on this media circus political stage and I have kids myself. I don’t know why I speak with vocal fry. But you can listen to my testimony and hear that a grown woman sounds this way.”

    https://www.theverge.com/2018/9/27/17911336/star-wars-voice-actress-rachel-butera-christine-blasey-ford-brett-kavanaugh-hearings-sexism

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  21. @Anonymous

    I hate to sound like a hysterical liberal but…

    That’s just frightening. “Torture him on the rack until he comes clean! Throw the witch in the water and if she floats she is witch (and therefore must be burned), and if she drowns, well, then she is innocent.”

    I used to watch those costume dramas about the Bad Old Days and wonder, “Did it not occur to these people how preposterous this is? Of course they are going to confess, you’re torturing them!” I used to think “Thank God we’ve evolved away from that.

    Maybe we did. We seem to have regressed.

  22. @Alec Leamas

    You have nothing to lose but your passive voice.

    C’mon, Kavanaugh and Graham didn’t hide behind it – be a man and switch to active.

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas
  23. @Desiderius

    Passive voice, active fists.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  24. AnonyBot says:

    More interesting than the absolute value of “the gap” is the degree to which the Kavanaugh kerfuffle will encourage various groups to get to the polls. Will it be more likely to incite #MeToo women or pro-Kavanaugh men to vote? The absolute value of the gap means little compared to who actually bothers to show up.

    I’m inclined to believe the pro-Kavanugh contingent will be more spurred by this than the #MeTooers. A lot of the #MeToo types are college students living away from home who aren’t even registered to vote where they’re living. Older and/or married men and women are just plain more conscientious.

    We see these gaps all the time where it seems like it’s inevitable that the Dem side would win, but sometimes enormous differences in voting turnout lead to the opposite result. My state has taken to mailing ballots to voters houses but turnout each election is still lower than ever.

    • Replies: @anon
  25. pyrrhus says:
    @LondonBob

    Excellent idea, and also restoring the age 30 threshold which once existed, at least in Britain.

  26. The white wine Resistance should take on Alejandrina Cox as their own Che Guevara. Who was she? Just the rich old gal who helped push Chile into crisis and dictatorship just by working her mouth:

    As [General] Prats’ car was at a busy intersection in Las Condes, a then-quiet upper-class suburb of Santiago, a small red Renault car pulled up next to the general and two people (two men as he described them later) inside the car started laughing, mocking him and making obscene gestures. The general asked his driver to hand him his handgun. The minister opened his side window and, pointing at the red car, ordered the driver to stop. Since the other driver ignored him, the general waved his sidearm, demanding an apology at gunpoint. As none was forthcoming, he shot the red car in its left front fender.

    Both cars immediately stopped and the drivers came out. At that moment, the general discovered that the other driver was an upper-class housewife named Alejandrina Cox. She wore her hair cut short and that had led him to think she was a man. As he was remonstrating with Mrs. Cox, a crowd started to gather, many of whom sided with the woman. Soon the general was being insulted, and his official car was blocked from moving. A passing taxi driver rescued him from the street after his car was covered with graffiti and his tires were slashed.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alejandrina_Cox_incident

    The Pussy Hat gals should have t-shirts made of Alejandrina Cox:

    • LOL: Clyde
    • Replies: @donut
  27. Ae, is the marriage gap partially affected by an age gap? Wondering what the gender gap vs marriage gap is within age cohorts. Like what is the gap for people within their 20s, within their 30s etc.

  28. @Captain Willard

    I’d say the latter, Captain, but just talking out my ass here. If there is data on voting patterns for women with children vs. without that’d enlighten us a bit. I personally thing that women don’t realize much about how the world works (they don’t need to) until they have some kids with futures to worry about.

    You could still say “well, it’s the more conservative women that tend to have kids, so the causation is still the same way” I suppose. If you have enough data to do it, you’d have to get into breaking down this disparity by census tract to look at areas that are conservative or left-wing in general.

    It’s interesting stuff, but per my next comment, should be a moot point ….

  29. @LondonBob

    Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.

    FIFY.

    Hey, don’t look at me funny – this is straight outta Compton Coulter. I respect the US Constitution’s restriction on Bills of Attainder, but we really, really should make an exception for Anne, were we to get Amendment XIX repealed.

  30. G. Poulin says:
    @Alec Leamas

    Wow. Lindsey Graham had me almost believing he was a man. Go get ‘em, tiger.

  31. It is interesting to see what Feinstein’s punishment will be for all this. She might soon become a forcibly retired Gringa if she loses her election because the political ground in California is shifting under her feet. She will have enemies on the left and right and her colleagues will all despise and mistrust her. I am sure Trump has something up his sleeve for her Treason with the Chinese and help with the fake dossier. As a very old white person, she will not be missed by her new friends and allies on the left, in fact they will be counting the seconds to when she is gone. Perhaps she will become closer to her tribe but considering that she is now radioactive, even that might be a stretch. Finally you have the feminists. They might embrace her as an icon but 2nd wave feminism is on the wan and so is she.

  32. anon[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @Captain Willard

    Both ways, obviously. Left-wing women marry at (much?) lower rates, but marriage and especially children also make you more conservative in all kinds of ways – hormonally, experientially etc.

    Anecdotally, I know very left-wing women who became right-wing after having children (boys), over and above the age- and experience-related rightward drift. Also, from experience, having boys vs. girls probably has a stronger rightward effect (I think Steve may have written more about this effect?). I know a guy who was center-right before marriage, but after having three girls, was all for Hillary because ‘role model’. Another guy with two girls has drifted even more leftward than he was before them.

  33. pyrrhus says:
    @Anonymous

    Funny, I really think that Open Borders advocates like (((Yglesias))) should be hunted down and made to a pay the price for their treason…

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  34. Tyrion 2 says:
    @27 year old

    I was rather hoping someone might work out what those policies are. I cannot even begin to explain such a big difference.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @J.Ross
  35. @Hippopotamusdrome

    That tweet was just TOO SOON. First you’ve gotta tweet the one about “The #Emperor has no #clothes!” Then we can all figure out if he identifies as an Empress possibly, in which case, yes:

    @The Real Parade-watching Boy:

    – “The #Empress has no @Penis”

    21,276 people LIKED her without a penis . . . 4,149 DISLIKED this comment
    18 people FOLLOWED this tweet the Empress off the parade route and into the palace bed-chambers.

  36. 1/ So overall Americans don’t support the nomination. Unless someone can hurry up and get a constitutional amendment removing the vote for singles this will hurt in November.

    2/ One cause for singlehood is the death of a spouse. Given the advanced age of Unzies this doesn’t spell happiness in the future for male Unzies.

    3/ In the past I’ve questioned the disdain people here have had for fecund groups of Whites. Here’s another reason not to disdain them-they tend to marry.

    Of course people here will still disdain them. Oh well.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
  37. @LondonBob

    Then let’s do that for unmarried persons. Unmarried men are also way worse than married men. This is the one advantage of gay marriage that there couldn’t possibly be a discrimination issue here, since even gays can get married with their romantic (lol) partners.

  38. istevefan says:

    So does this circus surrounding Judge K. mean we are going to wake up in a couple of days with a new spending bill that DOES NOT include funding for the wall?

    Anyone have any knowledge about what’s up with this current budget battle? I recall Trump getting burned in March and saying he would not be burned again. I really hope he sticks to his guns on this.

    • Replies: @27 year old
  39. peterike says:

    Found! Strozk face!

    • Agree: Charles Pewitt
  40. What are the numbers for white married and unmarried men and women?

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  41. Flip says:
    @Captain Willard

    I think it is more that being under the guidance of a husband and having children causes women to change.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  42. @Anonymous

    How can you share a society with them?

    We can’t.  They’re trying to resolve this by enslaving and eliminating us.  Having started a war of extermination against us, it’s time to recognize it and fight back.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  43. Alfa158 says:
    @Anonymous

    In their case, they know exactly how we can share a society with them. It’s very simple: they rule the society, we take orders, pay taxes, provide our sons for cannon-fodder and our most Nordic looking daughters as trophies. Easy-Peasie, where’s the mystery? They flat out message that a dozen times a day in news media, entertainment and school lessons.
    That’s why separation is going to be a bloody affair. It will be like a fish prying the remora off his belly, the parasite is not going to let go of the fish without a fight.

    • Replies: @Old Palo Altan
  44. @reiner Tor

    What are the numbers for white married and unmarried men and women?

    Disaggregate is the word of the day.

    Test scores in public schools, crime rates, obesity rates, mortgage default rates…disaggregate the cohorts racially and see what you get.

    Ruling class don’t like that.

  45. @anony-mouse

    One cause for singlehood is the death of a spouse.

    You occasionally raise a good point here and there, but overall you’re still a troll arguing in bad faith.

    “Single” in the article was defined as “never married.”

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  46. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tyrion 2

    Some Israeli fertility policies:

    - state stipends for each birth
    - bonuses for families with over 6 births
    - government prizes for women with over 10 births (possibly discontinued)
    - state subsidized IVF which is essentially free to individuals

    The first three were introduced in the 40s-60s in order to directly incentivize Jewish population growth. Amazingly, Ultra-Orthodox and secular Jewish TFR were equal in the 60s (!) but after that the Ultra-Orthodox really started taking crazy advantage of these stipends, as did Bedouin.

    Secular Jewish and urban Arab fertility in Israel have trended downward in the direction of first world norms, but these stipends and free IDF no doubt help to keep them elevated.

    However, even though these government policies play a role, I think that the biggest factors are cultural:

    1) People in Israel know that they are in a demographic war – Arafat plainly declared it. He said they would ‘conquer with their wombs,’ or something like that.

    1a) Not only are they in a declared demographic war, but the consequences of losing it are obvious (genocide, not more burrito stands).

    2) Universal military service limits the amount to which men can be degraded in the culture and within the family. Even a secular, university educated professional urban female who tries to like Beyonce will know at heart that her husband, brother, father, and work colleagues have literally put their lives on the line for her. That just constrains misandry and therefore makes all women more desirous of marriage and a husband.

    • Replies: @Karl
    , @Ed
  47. Rosie says:
    @LondonBob

    Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.

    Here again we assume the hostile, controlled media, but not women’s suffrage, as a fixed, unchangeable given. This is absurd, of course, given that you can’t do anything about women’s suffrage without dealing with the media at which point, of course there would be no need to get rid of women’s suffrage.

    Besides, this proposal is as likely as anything to end in disaster. For whatever reason, young, unmarried women in the market for a mate are a bulwark against wealthy, powerful male oligarchs who would just as soon get rid of their younger competition by sending them off to die in foreign wars, leaving the homeland weak and vulnerable to invasion.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  48. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:

    Amid labor shortage, record 70% of Japanese women held jobs in August

    The country’s unemployment rate stood at 2.4 percent in the reporting month, falling from 2.5 percent in July — the first improvement in three months — to remain near the lowest level in more than a quarter of a century.
    In Japan, women have long had fewer opportunities to pursue careers than men because of expectations they will become homemakers or focus on raising children.
    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said his government is seeking to change this through policies including increasing the number of day care facilities and making it easier for men to also take child care leave.

    https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/09/28/business/amid-labor-shortage-record-70-japanese-women-held-jobs-august/#.W65T2fZFyUk

    Imagine if Trump had the power that Abe has. We’d be seeing similar headlines.

  49. Rosie says:
    @Rosie

    According to this article, Bernie Sanders was wildly popular with young women, partially because Clinton was “associated with the Iraq War.

    Bernie babes?

    https://newrepublic.com/article/129483/millennial-women-gravitating-bernie-sanders

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @Reg Cæsar
    , @Anon
  50. @LondonBob

    Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.

    Ironically, the first known broad women’s suffrage, in the West anyway, occurred in post-Revolutionary New Jersey, and allowed unmarried women to vote, but not their married sisters. The rub was that a property requirement was still in force, and married women by definition did not own property. Their husbands did.

    If this sounds nuts, rest assured that it all happened by accident. Nobody planned it this way.

  51. @Captain Willard

    Do naturally conservative women marry at a higher rate? Or does the state of matrimony force people to mature, confront the nature of human frailty, etc?

    It’s a virtuous circle.

    A chicken-and-egg dance.

    • Agree: Desiderius
  52. @Anonymous

    I don’t understand. Why is Matthew Yglesias assuming that Brett Kavanaugh hasn’t come clean already? Does he know something most of us do not? Is he clairvoyant?

    Don’t these ‘intellectuals’ realize how ridiculous they’re being?

    • Replies: @Jack D
  53. Rosie says:
    @Rosie

    https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/politics-and-gender/article/rise-and-decline-of-gender-gaps-in-support-for-military-action-united-states-19862011/78D5DE37D81AA8E64459E347CFD68003

    Researchers sometimes view men’s generally greater rates of support for military actions as part of a more general “gender gap” phenomenon in U.S. politics, but the cumulative evidence has suggested that foreign policy issues and questions of peace/war generate the widest and most consistent gender gaps…

  54. @Rosie

    According to this article, Bernie Sanders was wildly popular with young women, partially because Clinton was “associated with the Iraq War.

    And well beyond the rape-threat age. Bernie was Grand-père.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  55. @istevefan

    So does this circus surrounding Judge K. mean we are going to wake up in a couple of days with a new spending bill that DOES NOT include funding for the wall?

    Yep. This already happened, Trump signed it

    Don’t get blackpilled

    The culture war and Whites standing up and recognizing the dems for what they are is 100x more important than the wall.

    • Replies: @istevefan
  56. @reiner Tor

    “Single” in the article was defined as “never married.”

    Yup – that’s why children of families where the father dies or is often absent (sailor, salesman) still have better life outcomes than children of single parents.

    On topic, apparently Mr Flake ain’t gonna flake and will vote to confirm.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/09/28/senate-committee-due-vote-brett-kavanaugh-nomination-christine/

    That’s assuming he’s not pussyhatted into changing back. I wonder who let the “campaigners” in?

    Within minutes of the statement being released, Mr Flake, the senator for Arizona who is stepping down at the end of the year, was confronted in a US Congress lift by sexual assault victims and campaigners demanding he explain his decision.

    Keeping the lift door open, a woman demanded that Mr Flake look her in the eyes as she heavily criticised his decision and recounted her own experience.

    One shouted: “Look at me when I’m talking to you! You’re telling me that my assault doesn’t matter.”

    “Look at me and tell me that it doesn’t matter what happened to me, that you’ll let people like that go into the highest court in the land and tell everyone what they can do with their bodies.”

    • Replies: @Jake Barnes
    , @El Dato
    , @Karl
  57. @Alec Leamas

    Meh.

    Passive voice is for impotent bitching. Let’s let the bad guys have their turn at that for awhile.

  58. Lot says:
    @Tyrion 2

    In other Jew News, DeSantis uses hilarious countersemitic quote from Gillum’s Lt Gov running mate after his failed Harvard student government run.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/28/anti-semitic-comments-ron-desantis-851421

    Specificly, the Jews who run the Harvard Crimson “nailed me to the Cross.”

    • Replies: @benjaminl
  59. @pyrrhus

    “Yglesias” is Spanish for “church.” ???

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  60. Rosie says:
    @Flip

    I think it is more that being under the guidance of a husband and having children causes women to change.

    This would make some sort of sense if there was no marriage gap among men. As it stands, one might just as well ask if men change because they are “under the guidance” of a wife and have children.

    Married women with children have distinct interests that overlap with their husbands’ and dons’ interests. It’s really no more complicated that that.

  61. istevefan says:
    @27 year old

    The culture war and Whites standing up and recognizing the dems for what they are is 100x more important than the wall.

    The culture war is important, and it is great to see Lindsey Graham grow a pair. But the overall number one issue is immigration, because left unchecked, it makes the future bleak.

    Think of this analogy. The Allies landed at Normandy on June 6, 1944, Because the Germans could not repel them and send them back, the Allies continued to add men and material each day. By D +5 they had landed over 320K troops and their equipment. By D+24 they had landed over 800K men. And by Jul 4, four weeks after the invasion, they had landed 1 million. So that is averaging about 35K men per day just for that first month.

    A German officer in France in 1944, receiving reports that his men took out ten Sherman tanks that day, would probably not get too excited since so long as the Allies were landing some 35K new men per day, they would inevitably overwhelm the Germans.

    Well with immigration, legal and illegal, it is a similar thing. We can win battles like the Kavanugh nomination. And it does feel good. But so long as the other side is getting new recruits each and every day it is only a matter of time until we won’t be able to win elections.

    Though we have cut down on refugees, we are still taking over 1 million LEGAL immigrants per year. That averages to about 2700 per day, 365 days per year. Now just because one is a legal immigrant doesn’t make one a voting citizen. But it does put them in the pipeline. And we are not even talking about illegals and their anchor kids.

    The bottom line is we have to be able to address this issue, both legal and illegal, or else the democrats will keep landing thousands of ringers each and every day until we are overwhelmed. Though the wall does not address legal immigration, I think it is very important to change the mindset from the current open-border attitude. And given we can’t get the GOP to budge on the wall, what makes us think they are going to budge on drastically reducing legal immigration?

    Enjoy the Judge K. win. I will. But keep your eye on the enemy troops that keep landing on our shores each day. Eventually they will be too large an army to defeat electorally.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @TheBoom
  62. Rosie says:
    @istevefan

    The culture war is important, and it is great to see Lindsey Graham grow a pair. But the overall number one issue is immigration, because left unchecked, it makes the future bleak.

    27YO doesn’t think so. He thinks the number 1issue is the TQ (thot question).

  63. @william munny

    Unless you live in the political bubble, take a look around today and try to guess how many of the people you see have anything more than a fleeting idea that this is happening.

    I know a couple in flyover country. She has cable news on all the time, listens to Rush, Hannity, etc. He leaves the house because he just does not care about politics. There may well be more of him than her.

    I hope this latest farce will motivate people to vote because that is all that counts.
    I predict more than a few voting irregularities in November as the Ds practice their Vote Fraud 2020 tactics.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  64. Sammler says: • Website
    @LondonBob

    Bad faith comment, or just a really dumb idea?

    Leapfrogging loyalties, choosing Muslim men over the women who share your world?

    Poor tactics, considering how hard it is to keep our own votes from being diluted by frauds and dead people.

  65. Flip says:
    @Tyrion 2

    I’ve read and been told that a lot of northern European births are illegitimate because the parents don’t bother to get married but the children are still raised in an intact nuclear family.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
  66. This is how you politically attack the Box Wine Resistance globalizer gals in the Democrat Party:

    You tell White Women Without College Degrees that the Democrat Party is full of Blasey Ford broads with all kinds of loot from globalization and mass immigration and financialization.

    Blasey Ford is jet-setting around the globe fancy free and millions of White women are struggling to keep their kids in decent school districts free from unruly non-Whites.

    Blasey Ford and her pampered pals in the Democrat Party Globalizer class are deliberately attacking the family interests of tens of millions of White women who are being flooded out with foreigners.

    Blasey Ford is acting like a victim while her upper middle class vacations reveal to us how much blood money she and her Democrat Party pals have stolen from White women of modest means.

    You have to start a war of the White broads to pull the White broads out of the Democrat Party.

    The GOP must ditch the treasonous rat globalizer broads like Barbara Comstock, Kelly Ayotte, Christine Todd Whitman, Carly Fiorina and many others.

    White Core American Patriot Women voters will love it when the greedy dirtbag females such as Barbara Comstock are booted the Hell out of the GOP.

  67. @YetAnotherAnon

    Apparently those harridans got the job done. Now we’ll have an “investigation”. One that will doubtless satisfy everyone.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  68. Ibound1 says:
    @Anonymous

    There are a large number of Caribbean and African blacks in the UK so the figures may not be quite as they seem for the native English. But the English underclass now has the social pathologies of the US black underclass according to Theodore Dalrymple, a prison doctor and writer.

    The Israeli figures are interesting in that 1/4 of the births to the unmarried are to widows and divorced women – but they don’t say if the children were conceived in marriage but born later. That could make a bit of difference in how you think of those births and may indicate only a greater resistance to abortion. But the study is not clear from the article.
    The Jewish birthdate is impressive however.

  69. @william munny

    “How many are actually following this closely? 1%?”

    1% at most. In passing conversation I’ve alluded to the hearings, and nobody picks up what I’m dropping. And I’ve overheard no conversations about the topic.

    Low-info voters saw a couple minutes on the 10 o’clock news where a ropey-looking cat lady pretended to get choked up about something-or-other and an angry white guy genuinely got choked up about something-or-other, then there was this fruity-looking politician who yelled about something-or-other and some angry white chick frothing about something-or-other. Hurry up, I wanna know what the weekend weather is like!

    • Replies: @F0337
  70. Whiskey says: • Website

    We lost the culture war. Flake caved. Kavanaugh will never be seated. White men cant handle White women who mostly hate hate hate them and want open borders and AA.

    White women are the core of globalization and the heart of the poz. White men can’t handle them.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    , @Jack D
  71. istevefan says:
    @Whiskey

    While people like Patrick Buchanan were fighting the culture war, you denounced them for not supporting our wars in the middle East. I specifically recall you writing that defending Israel was more important, and that if Israel fell so too would we.

    Now we find Europe, North America and Australia hurtling toward the shitter while Israel is thriving and has never been in a better position. Was it worth it?

    BTW stop blaming white women. Look in the mirror sometime.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
  72. Okay, some senators cucked. Cucks are gonna cuck.

  73. Jack D says:
    @Paul Yarbles

    Read the subtext – K won’t be “clean” until he confesses to his crimes. Until then, the Permanent Government will endlessly harass him with subpoenas, prosecutions, etc. until they get him on SOMETHING – lying to investigators, jaywalking, underage drinking, income tax evasion, anything. See what happened to the guys that Mueller targeted. This is how totalitarian systems work. Your guilt or innocence is irrelevant – until you “confess” the pressure is unrelenting. And of course once they have your confession (whether true or not) then your real punishment begins.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  74. Beenet143 says:

    Wow, married people are so smart! Donald Trump AND Brett Kavanaugh. What next, Barney the Dinosaur, if he proves himself sufficiently racist? (“We had to do it, our unemployment rate was a catastrophic 3.9!” – Wisconsin on election day 2016).

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  75. Anonymous[155] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    Social groomers gonna groom

  76. Anonymous[332] • Disclaimer says:

    JEFF FLAKE RAPED ME

  77. OFF TOPIC

    Matteo Salvini Has Become Patriot, Destroyer Of The Evil EU

    Matteo Salvini Must Destroy The Evil EU And The Evil ECB

  78. Jack D says:
    @reiner Tor

    Trump has hung K out to dry:

    [Trump] said he found the testimony of the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, credible and “very compelling, and she looks like a very fine woman to me.”

    If any other President said this, it would be the kiss of death – that they have now decided that K is now more of a liability than an asset, but there is a small chance that Trump just ran his mouth and didn’t really mean to throw K overboard.

  79. The 1990s just won’t die, no matter how hard we try to kill it:

    US sitcom ‘Murphy Brown’ reboots with Hillary Clinton cameo

    https://sg.news.yahoo.com/us-sitcom-murphy-brown-reboots-hillary-clinton-cameo-065846947.html

    I only hope the writing team is made up of Identitarians and they’re using this as a way to reach the box wine Resistance inside their mental bubbles. If our billionaires were any good, they’d finance something like that. Millions of upper-middle class White families would thank you, believe me.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    , @F0337
  80. @reiner Tor

    There are RINO cucks everywhere.

    I have a HS friend on Facebook who was a prosecuting attorney.

    He currently is cucking about how we have no right to criticize Dr. Prof. Ford for waiting so long to report, and that her critics are the real problem.

    I wonder how many false claims he pursued against his fellow man…

    Cucks, cucks everywhere!

  81. Anonymous[146] • Disclaimer says:

    Who is this chick to judge anyway? Didn’t she sing a number of songs about wild partying in the late 80’s? Anyone who does a duet with Ozzy Osbourne is not exactly someone who can preach to others about morality from their high chair.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  82. Jack D says:
    @Whiskey

    There is a small chance that they will have the 1 week FBI investigation, the investigation will not reveal anything and K will be confirmed. But I think his chances just plummeted, especially since Trump seems to have cut him loose and told the R Senators to vote however they felt. Or maybe Trump knows that he doesn’t have the votes and is trying to get out ahead of the issue so it can be spun as not being a defeat.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
  83. @Johnny Rico

    Watch out for women who are willing to let you feel smart:

    “Didn’t Miss Suellen tell you I had settled in Atlanta? Didn’t she tell you about my store?”

    Vaguely she had a memory of Suellen chattering about Frank and a store but she never paid much heed to anything Suellen said. It had been sufficient to know that Frank was alive and would some day take Suellen off her hands.

    “No, not a word,” she lied. “Have you a store? How smart you must be!”

    He looked a little hurt at hearing that Suellen had not published the news but brightened at the flattery.

    “Yes, I’ve got a store, and a pretty good one I think. Folks tell me I’m a born merchant.”

    He laughed pleasedly, the tittery cackling laugh which she always found so annoying.

    Conceited old fool, she thought.

    *****

    Interest had sprung up sharply in her at the talk of money. She veiled her eyes with thick bristly lashes and moved a little closer to him.

    “What does that mean, Mr. Kennedy?”

    He laughed and slapped the reins against the horse’s back.

    “I guess I’m boring you, talking about business, Miss Scarlett. A pretty little woman like you doesn’t need to know anything about business.”

    The old fool.

    “Oh, I know I’m a goose about business but I’m so interested! Please tell me all about it and you can explain what I don’t understand.”

    ******

    Her eyes went over him, her lids flickering. Certainly, he’s no beauty, she thought coolly, and he’s got very bad teeth and his breath smells bad and he’s old enough to be my father. Moreover, he’s nervous and timid and well meaning, and I don’t know of any more damning qualities a man can have. But at least, he’s a gentleman and I believe I could stand living with him better than with Rhett. Certainly I could manage him easier. At any rate, beggars can’t be choosers.

    • Replies: @Johnny Rico
  84. @Jack D

    So Trump cucked himself..? Wow. Just. Wow.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @Hibernian
  85. @Jack D

    I don’t really care about the SCOTUS one way or the other, or at least wouldn’t care, if the US wasn’t so super important to the rest of the world (for example the 5:4 gay marriage vote had a huge effect elsewhere due to US prestige alone), and I don’t really know who Kavanaugh is, but I really think the cucks who made it possible to destroy the life of an otherwise fine man by a single accuser without the slightest corroborating evidence should all be shot, come the Revolution. This includes Trump, if these remarks are true.

  86. Trump said he found the testimony of the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, “credible and very compelling, and she looks like a very fine woman to me”.

    Just the kind of woman who would lend herself to being grabbed by the pussy, then?

    • LOL: reiner Tor
  87. Anon[139] • Disclaimer says:

    “Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.”

    The Starship Troopers solution might be a little better: percentage children born to unmarried mothers UK: 48% vs. Israel 6.9%. Which one of these countries has compulsory service again? We wouldn’t even need the compulsory part to make society more conservative/traditional.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Hibernian
  88. Jack D says:
    @reiner Tor

    The fix was in when they hired the lady prosecutor. The job of a sex crimes PROSECUTOR is to make the rape victim look credible and she did her job.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  89. This doesn’t look good:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6218231/Brett-Kavanaughs-high-school-friend-Mark-Judge-responds-Dr-Christine-Fords-testimony.html

    As the DM put it:

    Mark Judge IS available for speeches and interviews says his publisher – after alleged Kavanaugh ‘sexual assault’ witness claimed he can’t testify in public Senate hearings because of anxiety and depression

    Sounds as legit as Ford’s double doors and flight-phobia.

    Seriously, aren’t these people Cuspers of Late Boomer/Early Gen X? Why are they acting like millennials?

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  90. @Jack D

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6219233/Rachel-Mitchell-outside-prosecutor-hired-Kavanaugh-hearing-says-NOT-charge-him.html

    Outside prosecutor who was hired by Republican senators for Kavanaugh hearing tells them she could NOT charge him based on Ford’s claims

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @El Dato
  91. @Jack D

    This is Trump being disciplined and not pissing off the Twisted Sisters, who are the force behind Flake’s stunt.

    You and Trump saw what I saw yesterday – a batshit crazy broad, probably with an “interesting” sexual history, and some “tells” of psychological disturbances in her past like her goofy baby voice. And this was after they worked on her to make her seem as not-crazy as possible for at least two weeks if not months.

    But it’s almost illegal in 2018 to say this, so we all have to pretend that she “has a story to tell” and that her welling up and not breaking down (and her ability to switch this off in an instant) is “compelling.”

  92. Tiny Duck says:

    Sporty losers!
    Not going to
    Have the votes!

    Looks like no sc justice for you

    We will confront you and not let you sleep

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @black sea
  93. Anon[323] • Disclaimer says:

    Oy! Globotomy.

  94. Jack D says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    That’s not the issue. The problem is that she left BF’s credibility intact instead of shredding it. Dershowitz (no dummy) figured it out first – to shred the credibility of a rape accuser, you get defense counsel, not a prosecutor. They got Marcia Clark when they needed Johnnie Cochran. I don’t think this was an accident.

  95. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Don Bob

    I hope this latest farce will motivate people to vote because that is all that counts. I predict more than a few voting irregularities in November as the Ds practice their Vote Fraud 2020 tactics.

    Yeah, it’s fucced

    DEF CON hackers’ dossier on US voting machine security is just as grim as feared: Good thing Congress has been so forceful in improving security

    Hackers probing America’s electronic voting systems have painted an astonishing picture of the state of US election security, less than six weeks before the November midterms.

    The full 50-page report, released Thursday during a presentation in Washington DC, was put together by the organizers of the DEF CON hacking conference’s Voting Village. It recaps the findings of that village, during which attendees uncovered ways resourceful miscreants could compromise electoral computer systems and change vote tallies.

    In short, the dossier outlines shortcomings in the electronic voting systems many US districts will use later this year for the midterm elections. The report focuses on vulnerabilities exploitable by scumbags with physical access to the hardware.

    “The problems outlined in this report are not simply election administration flaws that need to be fixed for efficiency’s sake, but rather serious risks to our critical infrastructure and thus national security,” the report stated. “As our nation’s security is the responsibility of the federal government, Congress needs to codify basic security standards like those developed by local election officials.”

    ….

    “Due to a lack of security mechanisms in the smart card implementation, researchers in the Voting Village demonstrated that it is possible to create a voter activation card, which after activating the election machine to cast a ballot can automatically reset itself and allow a malicious voter to cast a second (or more) unauthorized ballots,” the report read.

    “Alternatively, an attacker can use his or her mobile phone to reprogram the smart card wirelessly.”

    Separately, a ballot-counting ES&S M650 machine raised a few eyebrows: it had poor physical security, and is intended to be networked to a county clerk’s computer to report the results of scanning citizens’ voting slips.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  96. @Rosamond Vincy

    Judge needs to present a psychiatrist’s note to say that he is incapable of speaking to FBI agents due to mental illness causing a credibility problem.

    And, behold, thou shalt be dumb, and not able to speak, until the day that these things shall be performed, because thou believest not my words, which shall be fulfilled in their season.

    [Gospel According to St. Luke 1:20]

    Then again, perhaps he just needs to have his medication tweaked by adding an upper that will make him more loquacious.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  97. El Dato says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Based on the evidence and information presented, Mitchell said she believed that there was not enough to criminally charge Kavanaugh – and likely not even enough to seek a search warrant.

    She can’t charge him. Heavy petting was not illegal back then for one.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  98. Whiskey says: • Website
    @istevefan

    Nope I said we had to fight back. Not roll over and show our belly. Buchanan is a loser… he didn’t fight back against Candace Bergen and just stood there like a dumb cuck.

    At least Israel fights. Most Israelis men have plausibly killed some Arab. That automatically makes them desirable to their women.

    Buchanan is fine with bashing Israel but goes fetal when confronted by some aging Hollywood slut.

    • Replies: @istevefan
  99. @Jack D

    That’s not the issue. The problem is that she left BF’s credibility intact instead of shredding it. Dershowitz (no dummy) figured it out first – to shred the credibility of a rape accuser, you get defense counsel, not a prosecutor. They got Marcia Clark when they needed Johnnie Cochran. I don’t think this was an accident.

    They clearly went with a soft sell strategy with Ford. It would have been immensely emotionally satisfying to have seen this nut flayed yesterday but the Senators clearly didn’t want the political blowback. Dershowitz is speaking from the point of view of a civil libertarian and legal geek – “cross examination is the greatest engine for truth yadda yadda.”

    The surmise is that Mitchell was convincing to the weak Rs in the conference that she wouldn’t charge Kav because – between the lines here – no such event occurred.

  100. Well, Flake’s conversion lasted all of five minutes, now he’s calling for an FBI investigation of what happened at a party on an unknown date in an unknown location 35 years ago.

    And the Red Pill subreddit is “quarantined”.

    “Are you sure you want to view this community?
    This community is quarantined

    It is dedicated to shocking or highly offensive content. For information on positive masculinity, please see the resources available at Stony Brook University’s Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities (https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/csmm/index.php).

    Are you certain you want to continue?”

  101. It is all Kabuki theater at this point. The Republicans are going to confirm Kavanaugh, but they just want to muddy the waters a bit before he is voted in by exactly one vote, just like the Health Insurance vote in which dying John McCain was the fall guy.

    This way, a few months down the road, no one will really be able to remember who were the sheep and who were the goats.

    A few days later, when the terror caused by the executions had died down,
    some of the animals remembered–or thought they remembered–that the Sixth
    Commandment decreed “No animal shall kill any other animal.” And though no
    one cared to mention it in the hearing of the pigs or the dogs, it was
    felt that the killings which had taken place did not square with this.
    Clover asked Benjamin to read her the Sixth Commandment, and when
    Benjamin, as usual, said that he refused to meddle in such matters, she
    fetched Muriel. Muriel read the Commandment for her. It ran: “No animal
    shall kill any other animal WITHOUT CAUSE.” Somehow or other, the last two
    words had slipped out of the animals’ memory. But they saw now that the
    Commandment had not been violated; for clearly there was good reason for
    killing the traitors who had leagued themselves with Snowball.

    Animal Farm

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
  102. Whiskey says: • Website

    Look Dems won decisively. Delay means the guy will never get the votes. If you White man don’t think this is coming at you real soon you are a fool White man.

    Trump chucked big time. I’m sure Rod Rosenstein will lay down the law to Trump. Do what the deep state says or get removed. Rosenstein likely has three cabinet members lined up.

    Any time at any place a crazy cat lady can say you groped her as a teen and you are toast.

    Flake chucked when confronted by some screaming woman saying she was a rape survivor. White men need to start warming up the metaphorical pimp hand for White women it’s the only thing they respect.

  103. El Dato says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    “Look at me and tell me that it doesn’t matter what happened to me, that you’ll let people like that go into the highest court in the land and tell everyone what they can do with their bodies.”

    How does the abortion issue have any influence on her getting, allegedly, raped?

    Is the missing piece Global Warming?

  104. @Alec Leamas

    As far as I can tell, the political philosophy of the left these days is:

    UNLIKE YOU RIGHT-WING FASCISTS, I AM TOTALLY DOWN WITH CIVIL LIBERTIES. TOTALLY!!! Except that I want a personal veto over everything I don’t like.

    • Replies: @F0337
  105. @Jonathan Mason

    I hope they will confirm this guy (not that I care too much one way or the other), but the most important thing is the precedent of starting a thorough investigation and running inquiries into your teenage drinking habits, all based on one accusation, whether credible or not, but decades after the fact, and without any corroborating evidence, and without a chance to clear your name.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Desiderius
  106. EU Anon says:
    @Cagey Beast

    When Jill Filipovic implores women to divorce their Republican husbands she leaves out the exit cost. The Jills of the world expect an annuity to pay for their indulgences.

  107. Stan says:

    Body Language analysis of Christine Blasey Ford.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/5uv6SHt1Z5Gm/

  108. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:

    (Bloomberg) — The Reserve Bank of Australia may have solved the weak wage growth puzzle that’s beguiling economists the world over: the most successful firms just aren’t placing much priority on higher salaries.

    “High productivity firms would appear to be using most of their higher levels of productivity to reduce prices and increase profit margins rather than passing most of it on to their workforce in higher wages,” RBA economist Geoff Weir said in a discussion paper published Tuesday. “The productivity ‘laggards’ have limited scope to pay higher wages.”
    In his paper, ‘Wage Growth Puzzles and Technology,’ Weir says the uneven take-up of new technology by companies is seeing an increased disparity in productivity performance. He cites that as a key factor in the longer-run issue of why labor’s share of national income has been falling, and the shorter-term one of why nominal wages have been weaker than forecasts predicted.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/msn/the-most-successful-firms-aren’t-focused-on-raising-wages-rba-suggests/ar-AAABzOj

    When you have and endless pool of Third World labor to draw on, you can be quite successful and never need to worry about wages.

  109. EU Anon says:

    iSteve,
    A friend in your city mentioned your site and I report that it is thoughtful with much refreshing material. With your eye for topics about gender and politics, you should write about the Euripedes play Bacchae that was playing near you.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  110. Karl says:
    @27 year old

    10 27 year old > 2. Make support for Israel conditional on their support #1

    a done deal. i’ll force Yair Netanyahu to stop dating Danish shiksa’s. _Yeshiva World News_ had given Bibi an attempted black eye about it.

    and i’ll throw in – you can expel the loudmouth NY Jews.

    Give me a few months for the second one, i need to put together an “enclosed” hard-labor camp where they won’t cause trouble amongst the normies around here.

    if they can learn to pass a welder’s certification, i’ll let them live amongst the villages of the Thai guest worker guys.

    Before they leave the USA, please mention to them to NOT allow their domesticated cats and dogs to go sniffing around the cooking campfires of these Thai uphill-country guys

    • Replies: @Clyde
  111. @reiner Tor

    It’s been a long time since we’ve had anyone minding the moral hazard store.

  112. Murkowski and Trump say they’re following ABA recommendation on FBI reinvestigation. I guess if you’re going to MAGA you can’t very well have the ABA being a sick joke.

    Fake it til you make it.

  113. Whiskey says: • Website

    The investigation will drag on for a year. By which time Trump is impeached and convicted along with Pence and President Maxine Waters makes all White men illegal and appoints Colin Kaepernick to the Court.

    Anyone betting against Dems isn’t reading the Box Scores. Other than Hillary they’ve run the table. Who is smarter? Mccconnel or Feinstein? Paul or Chucky Schemer?

    Dems understand women and reps are cucky White knights

  114. peterike says:

    Well if there’s going to be an “FBI investigation,” why is the assumption they will only investigate Kavanaugh? Aren’t they just as likely to investigate Herr Doktor Ford? They might find some interesting stuff there.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  115. J.Ross says: • Website

    The irony — communism depends on a healthy diet!

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/sep/27/do-you-boast-about-your-fitness-watch-out-youll-unavoidably-become-rightwing

    Yesterday was Fitness Day. Sorry, let me give that its proper title: #FitnessDay. The space bar is always the first casualty of a manufactured social media movement.

    As much as I hate MSMMs that’s Twitter, not Soros.

    The tweeting began before 6am, as healthy, responsible people announced to the world that they were going to the gym for their 6am workout, and might go for a run later. Public Health England published a timeless graphic, describing everything that counts as “moderate physical exercise”, including “active recreation”, also known as “moderate physical exercise”. By 7am, someone had posted a picture of themselves doing a complicated yoga posture on a log, and I was as angry as a bull. The problem wasn’t the hashtagging; the problem is with fitness itself.

    Uh …

    I have been writing a fitness column for a year and in this time I’ve digested very little about what exercise does for your body.

    She’s writer enough to do the play on words with”digest” but not proofreader enough to rethink including this line?

    I still have to Google what counts as maximum-intensity every time I feel moved to talk about it, which is all the time – but I know everything about what it does to your personality, and none of it is pretty. Start doing something new, and you can’t stop talking about it. As you read this, I’m probably prattling compulsively about my newfound love of hot yoga. Whoever I’m talking to, I can see they’re not interested, because it isn’t interesting.

    Warning, Sailer’s Second Law of Female Journalism is now moved to Orange: Contact Imminent.

    I often end with: “You should come! There’s a class this Friday!”, which is a way to justify having brought it up, and suddenly I’ve asked a distant acquaintance to spend 90 minutes with me in the intimate environs of a sweatbox, and they are wondering why, and I am wondering why, but really I know why: I didn’t want to stop gabbling.

    Imagine being her boyfriend and staring silently at a glass of orange juice while she says these exact words.

    It’s not really talking, though, is it? It’s boasting. Fitness boasters try to cover this up by featuring their dog in a selfie (“beautiful morning run with my buddy!”), or amplifying their own unworthiness in the face of an arduous task (#challenge), but the showing off couldn’t be plainer: “Here I am, improving myself, with willpower and grit, and because I was so great to start with, I’m shortly to become even better.” In normal life, we learn not to do this at roughly the age we learn not to bite people when we’re cross: when did you last blow your own trumpet about your prodigious intellect, or your sex life, or your eyelashes? It is the height of rudeness to burden another person with a remark to which there is no zesty reply (“This is my fourth Zumba class this week”), but courtesy vanished with modesty when you set your alarm that bit earlier.

    STOP BEING MORE FIT THAN ME!!

    The anthropologist David Graeber once hypothesised that, in nations and eras with low social mobility, the army was often the only institution with reasonable career progression: families who knew their kids would never be international human rights lawyers could nevertheless imagine the scenario in which they became officers.

    My understanding of international human rights lawyers (like the Four Horse Girls of the Apocalypse) is they’re warmongering slime who won’t wear a uniform but are very happy that others do.
    They’re also usually thin.

  116. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Tyrion 2

    Let me try: it’s okay when you do it.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
  117. J.Ross says: • Website

    Denmark is going forward with a vote to possibly ban circumcision and, in a completely unforeseeable coincidence, there is some sort of police incident involving the closing of roads and bridges. At least their manipulators aren’t humiliating them with an aging arrested development surfer chick.

  118. donut says:
    @Cagey Beast

    She’ll be on the new $2 bill .

  119. @Alfa158

    We lost the fight in 1945.

    Do you all really not understand that yet?

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    , @F0337
  120. Karl says:
    @Anonymous

    49 [410] > as did Bedouin

    they had to disband the special “Beduin Desert Tracker Unit” recently, because most of the Beduin boys were asking to just be assigned to normal Hebrew-speaking units

    A normal Hebrew unit allows you to make rank quicker. Rank gives you more points towards getting hired in civil service. And mingling with Hebrew families allows you to “network” for a job post-discharge. “Network” for a job is important here.

  121. @Cagey Beast

    Murphy Brown has gotten bad reviews even from libs for being too political. It’s probably about as funny as late night TV. HRC is the Kiss of Death to 1/2 of America.

  122. @Anonymous

    Canada still uses paper ballots, and manages to count them pretty quickly. There is no physical audit trail for most electronic voting machines, which makes recounts impossible. Of course, that’s not a feature, not a flaw to the Ds.

  123. Karl says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    62 YetAnotherAnon > Keeping the lift door open, a woman demanded that Mr Flake look her in the eyes

    Flake should go get him one of these 26 year old Thai Hill Tribe girls as a wife – and then keep her alongside as much as possible.

    A wife like that would deck a woman like that.

  124. @Rosamond Vincy

    We don’t know what Judge is playing at. Does he have good news for Kav? Does he believe there was an assault as per plaintiff, or does he have exculpatory evidence? Is his silence because he believes, or because he doesn’t believe, or simply doesn’t remember. Did he fall out with Kavanaugh at some point, either for personal or political reasons? Has Kavanaugh been on the phone with him behind the scenes asking him what he remembers, was he with someone else when this happened? Does he have any idea whose house this could have happened at?

    Recovering from alcoholism–what does that mean? Does he have alcohol related dementia or brain damage that would render him useless as a witness?

    Who knows?

  125. @El Dato

    Underage drinking was, and despite the fact that most of us did it (I certainly did), there are those pointing out that Kavanaugh turned 18 after the drinking age was raised to 21, so he wasn’t in the grandfathered cohort. Thus, either his math or his knowledge of the law is off, etc.

    • Replies: @AnonAnon
  126. Anonymous[687] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Yeah… somehow I just can’t find myself getting worked up into a real fear of the party of trigger warnings, safe spaces, and p*ssy hats. It’s what comes after, when you ‘useful idiots’ are the first to be sent to the gulags that’s frightening. There’s a reason why you and your ‘allies’ fly into a hysterical fit whenever you’re presented with a hard look at facts and it’s because at the core, you have to deny reality. No matter what happens in the short term, in the long run, Leftism always fails, even when it’s run by steel-toed men with a spine. It would be nice if we as a nation could recognize what a colossal failure it always winds up being; 100 million deaths and many more suffering through starvation, terror and impoverishment across the 20th Century- it probably kinda sucked to be living under it. But I guess there will always be fools who like to shoot holes in the bottom of the boat they’re in, so we all get to suffer from your stupidity. So thanks for that. It may take a village to raise a child but it takes resentment, naivety, and willful delusion for him to become a leftist after the 20th Century.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  127. @EU Anon

    A few cast members must have wandered off and cornered Flake in an elevator.

  128. @LondonBob

    Rescinding the right to vote from unmarried women looks like a good idea.

    Sure–a particular clueless and manipulable cohort.

    But the real issue is to have the franchise restricted to those who are both productive and have a real stake in the success of the nation.

    The reform you could at least try to sell in the modern era would not be restricting women from the vote, but having men and women vote together as a couple, as parents.

    Something like:
    – no vote for single people
    – no vote for anyone not supporting themselves, on welfare, etc.
    – when a man and woman get married the couple has one vote that they decide on and vote together
    – when they have a child they recieve an additional vote, so two votes they vote together
    – each additional child results in an additonal vote
    – divorce ends voting rights
    – child outside marriage–single motherhood–permanently ends voting rights

    Quibble over the details, but that’s the sort of package–a productive, self-supporting husband and wife voting together either with their vote only coming with children, or more votes coming with more children–that confers the vote on people who are invested in the nation, and looks toward the future of the nation.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    , @F0337
    , @Anon
  129. @Jack D

    Unfortunately, your comment is depressingly all too true.

  130. Kavanaugh turned 18 after the drinking age was raised to 21, so he wasn’t in the grandfathered cohort. Thus, either his math or his knowledge of the law is off, etc.

    If that is the case, it doesn’t say much for his memory. Of course at the age of 17 he may have had little interest in legal issues, but then again, this was a young man who kept a calendar of his social engagements, and he definitely was extremely interested in beer.

    I can remember perfectly well that in England homosexuality was decriminalised the week after my 16th birthday in 1967, but both participants (I don’t think orgies were really considered at that time) had to be over the age of 21. Many years later the age of homo consent was reduced to 18, whereas for female heteros the age of consent had been 16 since it was raised from 13 in 1885 due to various scandals related to teen prostitution and young English girls being hired to work in continental European brothels. The age of consent remains 18 if the man is the woman’s teacher.

    I remember this perfectly well and I am neither a lawyer, nor a homosexual, nor ever likely to become either at this point in my life. However, I did regularly read the Daily Mail at the age of 16. Mostly for the football, horse racing form, and the crossword, you understand, but salacious material was always welcome.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  131. @Cagey Beast

    Divorce your Republican husbands.

    First thing around this circus, where i agree with one of these loons… though i’m coming at it from the other direction.

    There is no reason a real man should put up with being married to one of these pussy-hat wearing scolds. Cut her loose and find a real woman.

    • Agree: Kylie
  132. Anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cagey Beast

    I guess they should all wait until they’re 35 then marry a beta Africa-worshipper like Jill did. Might be a tiny part of the reason for the resentment of men she regrets not getting and women who have their personal life sh*t together.

  133. @Jonathan Mason

    I still read the DM, mostly because they reveal facts that our US news sources won’t, or without as much delay. (Should’ve thought The Sun was better for salacious.)

    As for drinking, there was a cohort in Philly who’d drive over the bridge to NJ to drink legally. Of course by the time they were satisfied, they couldn’t drive legally, but that’s another story.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  134. Anon[350] • Disclaimer says:

    “Who is smarter? Mccconnel or Feinstein? Paul or Chucky Schemer?”

    This is a mater of ruthlessness, not intelligence. That’s something conservatives don’t understand yet. You don’t have to be a genius to beat “16 times the charm” Schumer. Just be willing to go further than him.

  135. Anon[350] • Disclaimer says:

    “So Trump cucked himself..? Wow. Just. Wow.”

    He’s saving all of his political capital to attack Iran.

  136. Ed says:
    @Anonymous

    I’d be surprised if the bastard rate is much higher with American Jews. I recall reading about Bloomberg’s daughter having a bastard but it’s just not something you hear a lot with Jews. I get the feeling that the good chunk of their out of wedlock births are due to older single ladies giving up on finding a partner and just going to a sperm bank. As opposed to sleeping around and getting knocked up like Anglos.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  137. Das says:

    Is the GOP seriously going to try to overturn Roe v. Wade once they have a justice confirmed?

    Seems like the best way to ensure Trump loses reelection in 2020 and doom the GOP demographically over the long term, so I suppose that is probably what they’re up to.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  138. AnonAnon says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    I’m around Kavanuagh’s age and the drinking age was changing rapidly at that time. During my college years it went from 18 to 19 and then 21 but I drank all through college. I gave my younger sister my old ID so she could buy liquor when she went to college. Drinking wasn’t as stigmatized then – have you seen Animal House? – and I don’t blame Kavanaugh for not remembering clearly since it was never hard to get alcohol as a teen in the 80s. Picking through his high school hijinks is a ridiculous waste of time. Only moralistic Dems, who are much more depraved, pretend to care. Normal Americans, especially us early Gen Xers, look back on that time with fondness.

  139. @YetAnotherAnon

    The funny/ironic thing is that the whitest areas of the UK have the biggest bastardy levels, while the lowest is Londonistan, the city formerly known as Swinging London.

    If you are white and can afford to live in London, you are not in the bastard demographic. You are in the bastard-supporting and bastardy-apologist demographic.

    Indians lean toward this group, and Mohammedans, for all their faults, still have their children in wedlock. Lots and lots and lots of them.

    Minneapolis must have the lowest black bastardy rate in the US, what with all those Somalis, Ethiopians, and Eritreans.

  140. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Ed

    The liberal ones are choking on their own poison, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.

  141. TheBoom says:
    @Anonymous

    We have no choice but to share a society. They won the culture war and have immigration on their side. The future is theirs. If we try to isolate ourselves they will use government programs to infest o ur communities with vibrants. Even sites like Unz will eventually not be allowed to continue.

  142. TheBoom says:
    @istevefan

    Agree that everything besides immigration is a sideshow. Given that Trump isn’t going to do anything significant on immigration, the future belongs to the globalists and left, especially with their already owning the media and educational systems. Trump would need to build the wall, end H1B, deport all legal immigrants who aren’t citizens, deport all illegals, put legal immigration on hold. We will be lucky to get a wall. Forget the rest.

  143. eah says:
    @eah

    And that’s the thanks he gets.

  144. 22pp22 says:

    Am I the only one who has been changed by this?

    The suspension of logic and decency required to let this happen has left me reeling.

    I am even beginning to question if women should have the vote.

    I used to see the other side as ideological foes. I now deep-down see them as cockroaches. I wouldn’t hesitate to tread on them.

    That was dirty in so many ways, and a trip to the NYT or the Guardian is like a trip to Stalinist Russia.

    I hear CBF’s evidence-free, unchallenged, over-polished “performance” and then I think of this.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4299167/corbyn-ally-shares-message-telling-rotherham-sex-abuse-victims-to-be-quiet-for-the-good-of-diversity/

    CBF is only surpassed by Chuck Schumer and Maisey Hirono in being a steaming pile of ordure.

    I am trying to retain the contents of my stomach.

  145. 22pp22 says:
    @TheBoom

    I fear you are right.

    My one consolation is that Islam will take over. In the future, if a fifteen-year-old girl sneaks out to go drinking, she will be beaten to death by her family.

    Allahu akbar!

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @YetAnotherAnon
  146. @eah

    $500k+ will pay for a few plane, er, I mean boat, trips to Tahiti so she can look 75 in another 5 years.

    What a messed up woman. I would feel sorry for her except for her participation in the destruction of an innocent man.

  147. L Woods says:
    @22pp22

    I am even beginning to question if women should have the vote.

    I used to see the other side as ideological foes. I now deep-down see them as cockroaches. I wouldn’t hesitate to tread on them.

    It took you this long?

  148. Rosie says:
    @22pp22

    My one consolation is that Islam will take over. In the future, if a fifteen-year-old girl sneaks out to go drinking, she will be beaten to death by her family.

    The psychopathic traitor incel shows himself.

    • Replies: @22pp22
    , @Rosamond Vincy
  149. Ibound1 says:
    @22pp22

    For whatever reason this episode has been stomach churning for me as well. More than the usual Left insanity. I want off the crazy train – but there ain’t no “stop conductor”.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  150. @peterike

    Aren’t they just as likely to investigate Herr Doktor Ford? They might find some interesting stuff there.

    I would love to know why 4chan and 8chan have fallen dead silent on this situation.

  151. @Old Palo Altan

    Or 1913. But 1945 works too, though not like things were looking so hot before then.

    I take it you’re dating the birth of the empire to 1945.

    • Replies: @Old Palo Altan
  152. 22pp22 says:
    @Rosie

    I am sorry to have offended a fellow sailerite. For your information, I may be the son of a gay guy, but I am married to a woman.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @J.Ross
  153. @TheBoom

    We have no choice but to share a society.

    There’s something ironic about “TheBoom” not taking into account the hundreds of millions of civilian guns floating around and the loud ’n bloody future implications thereof.

  154. Rosie says:
    @22pp22

    but I am married to a woman.

    Does she know about your sadistic murder fantasies about young women?

    • Replies: @22pp22
    , @22pp22
    , @dfordoom
  155. @Ibound1

    What’s making me sick is the complete lack of emotional control from people who are supposed to be adults. They act like they’re on Jerry Springer.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  156. @Rosie

    I think he was being sarky.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  157. @22pp22

    If you’ve seen Point of Order, you know how bitter the HUAC hearings were. The same could be said of Watergate and Iran/Contra. However, they were adults. Nasty adults, in some cases, but still adults.

    The participants here are an overgrown Student Council. The grown-ups have given them more power than they have learned to handle responsibly. The glee of sitting in judgment, particularly on those with the authority to judge them, has made them as drunk. More drunk than any teen at any kegger I’ve ever heard of, and I’ve heard some legends.

  158. @Rosamond Vincy

    I still read the DM, mostly because they reveal facts that our US news sources won’t, or without as much delay. (Should’ve thought The Sun was better for salacious.)

    Due to the fact that The Sun had a bare-breasted girl on page 3 every day, which was of great educational value, my school library did not subscribe to it.

    The DM today is pretty much the same as it was 50 years ago when I started following current affairs.

    A mixture of complete tosh and fairly interesting middle brow journalism that covers the main stories of the day, and gives you a good half hours read, plus more if you want the crossword. Good feature articles, good sports section. Plenty of jingoism. Ideal for commuters on a train journey, and it used to be good crumpled up for starting coal fires in the English winter, a function that is now passe due to clean air regs, etc.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  159. istevefan says:
    @Whiskey

    Nope I said we had to fight back. Not roll over and show our belly. Buchanan is a loser… he didn’t fight back against Candace Bergen and just stood there like a dumb cuck.

    We are discussing Pat Buchanan, not Dan Quayle.

    Buchanan is fine with bashing Israel but goes fetal when confronted by some aging Hollywood slut.

    WTF are you talking about? Didn’t you see Buchanan’s speech at the 1992 RNC convention? Just watch it sometime.

    As for the national question, Buchanan has been railing against nonwhite immigration since at least 1992. He has written books in which he expresses that point and the displacement of European peoples. He basically created Trump’s 2016 campaign of immigration and trade before Trump even thought about it.

    As for Israel bashing he called Capitol Hill ‘Israeli occupied territory’. I don’t see anything nonfactual in that. And besides WTF does Israel have do to with preserving the USA and Europe? That is your whole problem. You attacked Buchanan and his message on immigration, trade and unnecessary war because you felt he wasn’t good for Israel. So what? Why is one’s view of Israel even an issue to an American?

    Had we listened to Buchanan in 1992, we might very well have avoided where we are headed. But I guess you felt his views on Israel made him unfit for polite company.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  160. @Anon

    …percentage children born to unmarried mothers UK: 48% vs. Israel 6.9%. Which one of these countries has compulsory service again? We wouldn’t even need the compulsory part to make society more conservative/traditional.

    Norway has more compulsory service for women. Sweden has just joined them. How’s that working out on the bastardy scale?

    By the way, do you have an ethnic breakdown for that 6.9%?

  161. @Rosamond Vincy

    What’s making me sick is the complete lack of emotional control from people who are supposed to be adults. They act like they’re on Jerry Springer.

    Well, Springer was a politician. He was ahead of the game.

    The Jewish Bob Hope. Born in London, reared in Ohio.

    http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Jerry_Springer

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  162. benjaminl says:
    @Lot

    The linked story is quite interesting.

    https://jonathantilove.com/diversity-dilemma/

    Jonathan Tilove is a rare realtalker.

  163. @Anonymous

    Being white carries its own risk. Having professional degree, college diplomas, licenses, a professional reputation, clients, are all things that can be interfered with or taken away. Someone who devotes x number of years to become a lawyer, doctor, judge has had to invest an enormous amount of time, resources, and opportunity costs to get where they are.

    Blackness is more along the lines of “freedom means nothing left to lose”. You can fail endlessly, flunk every test, and produce nothing of value but you still get promoted well above your talent. Sure, you don’t have the financial resources or the prestige but you don’t have to worry about losing something that took you 20, 30 40 years to build only to have it taken away by envious parasites; that and you dont have to get up at 5 every morning to shave and put on a suit.

  164. J.Ross says: • Website
    @22pp22

    >Rosie
    >fellow Sailerite
    In the same sense that Corvinus, Tiny Dick, Earlier Thomas, Truth, and donut are?

    • Replies: @22pp22
    , @22pp22
    , @F0337
  165. 22pp22 says:
    @Rosie

    It was a outburst of anger and sarcasm.

    I have been angered by the anti-White male hate fest I have witnessed over the past week. I was born in Oxford in England where children really are being raped (and beaten and tortured) and no one does anything. The social services are 100% white liberal female. A female Labour MP says that the victims “should shut their mouths for the sake of diversity” and she still has a job, while others are arrested for Islamophobia.

    • Replies: @22pp22
  166. 22pp22 says:
    @J.Ross

    I am not Tiny Duck. I subscribe to HBD and think Kavanaugh should be confirmed.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  167. @Reg Cæsar

    He was an anchorman on the local news when I was growing up. We watched George Clooney’s dad but everybody knew Springer. Not sure how an earnest liberal like Springer ends up inventing trash TV, but there you go.

    • Replies: @F0337
  168. @william munny

    You can’t turn on a TV without seeing it, and there are TVs everywhere in America. This is the ultimate made for TV drama since everyone can have an opinion on it (everyone had uncomfortable makeouts while they were young). I don’t know what you mean by “following it closely,” but I would guess the number who have formed an opinion about it is close 70%.

    If I had to bet, I would say the entire saga is just the Swamp putting a show for the hoi polloi. I don’t believe any of it is real.

  169. 22pp22 says:
    @Rosie

    I also said I had lost my virginity at the age of fourteen to a ten dollar hooker called Maisey Hirono. Now you tell me. When I wrote that, was I making a factual statement?

    I regret apologising now.

  170. 22pp22 says:
    @J.Ross

    We have had written exchanges before? On the basis of those, do you really think I am like Tiny Duck? When I wrote that I had lost my virginity at the age of fourteen to a ten-dollar hooker called Maisey Horono, was that a factual statement? You tell me.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  171. J.Ross says: • Website
    @22pp22

    Right, didn’t mean to imply that you were, but the names there gathered are given to charging tolls. Bear that in mind next time you want to reply to one without your goat.

    • LOL: Trevor H.
    • Replies: @Rosie
  172. J.Ross says: • Website
    @22pp22

    You are misinterpreting, see other recent reply.

  173. dfordoom says: • Website
    @AnotherDad

    – no vote for anyone not supporting themselves, on welfare, etc.

    So I’m assuming that means no vote for everyone sponging off the taxpayer? That will naturally include social parasites like cops and military personnel.

  174. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Rosie

    Does she know about your sadistic murder fantasies about young women?

    I think you’ll find he was being facetious.

  175. F0337 says:
    @AnotherDad

    Your plan seems engineered to give yourself the maximum number of votes.

    I like the idea that gov’t workers shouldn’t be able to vote, though.

    Obvious conflict of interest, amirite?

  176. F0337 says:
    @Faraday's Bobcat

    Well obviously civil liberties shouldn’t be extended to bad people.

    I mean like obvs!!!

  177. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @william munny

    Since every news channel is blasting the hearing hourly I think any who watches TV is aware of the hearing.

    I saw the front page of local newspaper today. Entire page was about the hearings with 3 inch letters.

    Let’s speculate about why the minions of Satan hate Kavanaugh so much. Maybe because he worked with Starr on Clinton’s impeachment?

    The state of Maryland abolished statute of limitations on sex assault a few years ago. Now the state of Maryland and Montgomery County sheriff are opening an investigation into anything and everything Kavanaugh ever did.

    He can be destroyed by this. If there’s an ambitious Montgomery county DA like the POS that tried to prosecute the Duke Lacrosse team Kavanaugh will be destroyed by legal bills. And his kids are young.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the liberals do to him what they did to Forrestal, throw him out a window and and say it’s suicide.

  178. F0337 says:
    @Old Palo Altan

    Lost schmost. I agree except: if I were an Amerind and it was 1820 would you have me skulk weakly back into Territory or put up a fight?

    • Replies: @Old Palo Altan
  179. F0337 says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    1% at most.

    Just goes to show you how different our lives can be. The person I know who’s following it the least closely is myself.

  180. F0337 says:
    @Cagey Beast

    I only hope the writing team is made up of Identitarians

    http://www.freesfx.co.uk/sfx/buzzer

  181. F0337 says:
    @J.Ross

    Bingo. They Walk Among Us, these trolls.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @J.Ross
  182. F0337 says:
    @Desiderius

    Not sure how an earnest liberal like Springer ends up inventing trash TV

    Good one!

  183. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    I very much like the idea of married parents getting a vote for each child.

    Even better than voting abolish the tax deduction for charitable donations. The non profit grant hustling sector is almost as big as the private sector and getting bigger as the private sector moved overseas.

    Since Johnson started those grants they’ve been used to fund many subversive activities. They all sound fine. But they’re subversive.thise NGOs also give subversives a salary, an office phones computers everything they need

    There are usually 2 layers. Outwardly it’s some do gooder garbage, like helping black kids get into college.
    The other layer is organizing BLM riots

    The NGOs really should be destroyed.

    Your ideas are good but voting is a choice between bad and bad.

  184. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie

    That article’s from The New Republic. Every word in that liberal rag is an outright lie.

  185. anon[135] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnonyBot

    Kavanaugh has a lot of similarities with Tony Abbott, Australian P.M. from 2013-15, who was ditched by his Party due to his unpopularity with women voters.
    Abbott talked a good game before he was elected, then afterwards he reneged on all his promises.

    My opinion, if the Republicans don’t ditch Kavanaugh, he’ll drag them all down with him.
    Nothing to do with the hokey allegations, he just comes across as a bloke who will exploit his family’s privacy to get himself off the hook.

  186. @22pp22

    “My one consolation is that Islam will take over. In the future, if a fifteen-year-old girl sneaks out to go drinking, she will be beaten to death by her family.”

    Years ago, in his book The Abolition of Britain, the Good Hitchens posited a religious revival like that of the 18th century in England – but that the future charismatic preacher might be a Muslim.

  187. Sam says:

    Has anybody checked if the marriage gap holds outside the US?
    Given America’s particular social and political system it might be an awkward fit. OTOH the distinct change in attitudes, instincts, and values that follows marriage and kids probably holds in other Western countries to.

    Perhaps one can tally up the the political blocs in Europe that traditionally go into Bourgeois vs Socialists.

  188. Corvinus says:
    @william munny

    Gold box for you, although it was AE, NOT the poll, who excluded the “Don’t Knows”, and he does it for partisan purposes. To me, the actual poll numbers say more about the pulse of the nation–31% oppose, 30% support, and 38% don’t know. Also important to note is that the poll does not offer insight as to the political affiliation of the respondents.

  189. Corvinus says:
    @theMann

    You mean there are a number of reasons why unmarried MEN AND WOMEN are…unmarried.

  190. Corvinus says:
    @Mr. Rational

    No one is trying to exterminate the white race, or white Americans. It’s another one of your crazy fantasies.

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
  191. Rosie says:
    @J.Ross

    Right, didn’t mean to imply that you were, but the names there gathered are given to charging tolls. Bear that in mind next time you want to reply to one without your goat.

    What a pathetic coward!

    • Troll: Trevor H.
  192. Rosie says:
    @istevefan

    Had we listened to Buchanan in 1992, we might very well have avoided where we are headed. But I guess you felt his views on Israel made him unfit for polite company.

    This is how you can tell if someone is /ourjew/ or a malicious saboteur. Real Jewish allies don’t attempt to sow division between White men and women. As for the others, out of one side of their mouths, they’ll say criticism of 15 million Jews is bad optics. Out of the other side, they’ll demonize half a billion White women and claim they’re “just joking” when they endorse rape and femicide.

  193. Hibernian says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Churches, except the spelling I was taught was “Iglesias.” Wonder if he’s the descendant of Marranos. (They converted to Christianity yet continued to secretly practice Judaism. Many ultimately became just plain Christian but not, I believe, all.)

  194. Hibernian says:
    @reiner Tor

    He runs his mouth without thinking. He does it a lot.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  195. Hibernian says:
    @Anon

    Here in the US single moms often join the Service. When I went in in ’89 it was illegal, but some of them gave up the children for adoption (probably by Grandma) to join. A bunch of them were called out of formation in the Spring of ’90 to discuss this.

  196. @theMann

    To be fair, there are still some people who will not marry without love. So if a fiance(e) died or the only one they really want does not return their interest, or is what used to be called “unsuitable” for some reason, they will not insult someone else or themselves by “settling.”

    Fr. Lasance’s classic guide The Catholic Girl points out that if a woman is not called to religious life or marriage, a vocation to live single in the world may be both virtuous and beneficial to others. He gives the example of a woman who became almost a second mother to her nieces and nephews when the family was in trouble. She certainly came off better than the women who currently marry for all the wrong reasons (when they marry at all), as they do in Hollywood.

  197. @Jonathan Mason

    When I visited the UK in the early aughties, they still had page 3 girls, and a professionally-dressed man was reading the Sun quite openly on the Tube.

    The sense of scandal was very different from the US one: showing anything after 9 or 10 o’clock at night, a morning show called The Big Breakfast that candidly discussed teen sex, but sheer horror when one of Simon Cowell’s competitions appeared to be rigged or poor railway statistics were deliberately released after a member of the royal family had died so they’d be ignored on the pages in the middle. In the US, nobody would raise an eyebrow at evidence of corruption, but just hint at prurience….

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  198. @Desiderius

    1913? You mean the Federal Reserve? If it had stayed in the hands of the WASPS who founded it, like its first president, my close cousin Benjamin Strong, then it might not have been quite so bad.

    By “1945″ I mean the end of the last chance for white men to live in a world fit for them because controlled by them, and without apology.

    The issue here is no longer morality but survival.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    , @Desiderius
  199. @Hibernian

    He’s also an idiot savant, so those unthinking rants often end up being savvier than the expert hot takes. Blasey-Ford is in fact credible in the literal sense by the mere fact that she’s been credited.

    That a large chunk of voters that Trump needs to win over have done that crediting, however erroneously, means that it remains to be seen if he’s mistaken or not.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  200. @Old Palo Altan

    Yeah, I think controlling the world is above our pay grade. Let’s let our Jewish friends Tikkun that Olam. We’ve got enough trouble controlling our women and children.

  201. Jack D says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    There may be some small % of women who fit your description, but there are millions of women who are devoted to no greater cause than themselves (and their cats). Or if they are devoted to any cause, it is a destructive one.

    Since such women are usually childless, their genes are going to disappear but the problem is that these are often high IQ women, albeit misguided (and the women who ARE having babies are not) so the trend is dysgenic. There is always going to be a small % of women who don’t reproduce (historically far lower than men) but our present age is one of the first where the richest, smartest women are the ones not reproducing the most. I don’t know how we fix our society back to the point where it is eugenic and the smartest women are the ones having the most kids, but if we don’t then we aren’t going to have that future with flying cars and stuff.

  202. Jack D says:
    @Desiderius

    Put yourself in K’s position – does this sound like a ringing endorsement or like Trump just cut him loose so as not to drag the ship down?

    This is K’s problem now – the Republicans need women voters more than they need him. His policy positions were not enough to sink him but the trumped up #MeToo charges were (K’s nomination is not dead yet but he ain’t doin’ so hot either).

    You have to hand it to Chucky – he has read his Alinsky well. You personalize the political. K makes an apt warning that what goes ’round comes ’round but battles are fought 1 at a time and Chucky is winning this one. K can’t really talk because he was not hesitant about prying into Bill Clinton’s personal life. I’m not sure that Republicans really have the cojones to retaliate anyway – once President Harris nominates another Wise Latina or something, are they really going to go after her?

  203. @Rosamond Vincy

    The sense of scandal was very different from the US one: showing anything after 9 or 10 o’clock at night, a morning show called The Big Breakfast that candidly discussed teen sex, but sheer horror when one of Simon Cowell’s competitions appeared to be rigged

    Yes, I believe they call it “the watershed”–the hours between which children are reasonably assumed to be abed and content only suitable for adults may be shown.

    Part of the reason why corruption is not much discussed in the UK lied in the ferocious libel laws.

    If the Kavanaugh/Blasey thing had come up in the UK, it would have been illegal to publish her name or any information that could identify her.

    When a well known soap opera actor was accused by his teenage daughter of raping her at the age of 6, newspapers were not allowed to say she was his daughter, and the public was wondering how on earth a six-year-old girl could be sleeping at his house, with no one permitted to point out the obvious.

  204. @Rosamond Vincy

    The sense of scandal was very different from the US one: showing anything after 9 or 10 o’clock at night, a morning show called The Big Breakfast that candidly discussed teen sex, but sheer horror when one of Simon Cowell’s competitions appeared to be rigged

    Yes, I believe they call it “the watershed”–the hours between which children are reasonably assumed to be abed and content only suitable for adults may be shown.

    Part of the reason why corruption is not much discussed in the UK lied in the ferocious libel laws.

    If the Kavanaugh/Blasey thing had come up in the UK, it would have been illegal to publish her name or any information that could identify her.

    When a well known soap opera actor was accused by his teenage daughter of raping her at the age of 6, newspapers were not allowed to say she was his daughter, and the public was wondering how on earth a six-year-old girl could be sleeping at his house, with no one permitted to point out the obvious.

  205. @Jack D

    Why is it always cats, and not dogs, with that kind of person?

    I know more than one single woman who owns a dog. Not a nasty little yap-yap that might as well be a cat, but a big, oversized puppy out of a Warner Brothers’ cartoon. Former neighbor (who eventually did move in with her boyfriend) had a Great Pyr; woman down the street has a chow mix.

    One neighbor had a cat, but it was a Maine Coon, and he seemed to think he was a dog. Chased cars and everything.

  206. @Jack D

    once President Harris

    SHET yo’ mouth, boah!

  207. @Rosamond Vincy

    What IS this thing called love?

    https://www.amazon.com/What-This-Thing-Called-Love/dp/B001D7JK2S\

    Artie Shaw was married 6 times, so it looks like he never solved the conundrum. His wives included Lana Turner and Ava Gardner, so I guess he must have had a type.

  208. Ibound1 says:
    @Jack D

    If the Democrats get away with this, mark the country as done. This time I don’t think there will be forgiveness. I certainly won’t forgive. A lot of people think like I do; this time there is real hatred of the other side. It is clear to me if the Left ever took real power in this country they would be lining people up against a wall.

    After listening to Ford’s lawyer I realize that Orwell only got one thing wrong. It’s not a boot that will be stamping on your face forever, it will be a high heel.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  209. @Jack D

    The Republicans are reaping years of being represented by a fake political party that failed to effectively advocate for their voters. The result is that they are losing the racial cultural battles and right along with that the sexual battles.

    The reality is that there are no organizations that advocate for men. The government does not either.
    I literally cannot think of anything a single female politician has ever done explicitly for men, and quite frankly not much from male politicians either.

    If you want to make the Democrats pay, start organizing men. All it would take is money. It would act as a counter balance to women’s unopposed political lobbying and create a media environment where no one could claim that women never lie and there is no such thing as false allegations.

  210. @Beenet143

    Wow, married people are so smart!

    Yes, married people are smarter–your empty snark doesn’t alter that.

    Married people are smarter because they are in general older/wiser and in part becasue of selection (smarter, higher-quality people find marriage partners) but most importantly because they are involved in–mentally and materially–raising children, the one absolutely critical component upon with the future of a nation or a civilization depends.

    Sure they are plenty of leftists with high IQs. But they are people who have chosen to use their IQ to absorb and reguritate utopian fantasies–i.e. the “clever sillies”. A good number of these “clever sillies” are employed directly in academic, bureaucratic, legal, media crank turning careers which are essentially parasitic–producing nothing of value, but eating really well. It’s hardly a surprise, their ideology aligns completely with their self-interest. More loot for clever sillies like me!

    When it comes to the nature/nurture and huamn bio-diversity issues Steve tackles, they parrot this ridiculous ideology of leftist-creationism–evolution slammed to a halt 50,000 years ago when we left Africa. The smarter ones don’t believe it … but they parrot it. The sheer volumen of stupid shit–”you must believe the woman!”, “hands up don’t shoot!”, “immigrants are who we are!”, “Bruce Jenner is a woman!”–that leftists have to parrot now is beyond belief.

    So yeah … married people are “smarter”, i.e. “wiser”. Raising children does that to you.

    • Replies: @Johnny Rico
  211. Rosie says:
    @F0337

    Bingo. They Walk Among Us, these trolls.

    Troll = a girl winning an argument with a MGTard.

  212. @Rosamond Vincy

    Thank you :) Speaking of women in the South during the Civil War, I just watched Clint Eastwood in ‘The Beguiled’ (1971). Really good. I believe it was remade with Nicole Kidman last year but I wanted to see the original cuz Clint Eastwood.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  213. @AnotherDad

    Married people are smarter because they are in general older/wiser and in part becasue of selection (smarter, higher-quality people find marriage partners) but most importantly because they are involved in–mentally and materially–raising children, the one absolutely critical component upon with the future of a nation or a civilization depends.

    Thank you, Mr. Himmler.

  214. Rosie says:
    @Jack D

    I don’t know how we fix our society back to the point where it is eugenic and the smartest women are the ones having the most kids, but if we don’t then we aren’t going to have that future with flying cars and stuff.

    Explain to them that if they don’t have kids then we aren’t going to have that future with flying cars and stuff.

    That’s why Steve is doing God’s work getting the word out about HBD.

  215. @Jack D

    I don’t know how we fix our society back to the point where it is eugenic and the smartest women are the ones having the most kids, but if we don’t then we aren’t going to have that future with flying cars and stuff.

    Freakonomics. Get some billionaire philanthropist to set up a foundation that will offer full college scholarships to any woman who can pass an IQ test and provide proof of having delivered 2 live children.

    After a while intelligent women would start to plan their lives around these scholarships.

    The duchess of Cambridge, and putative future queen of England was born in the same hospital as my sister, but after that their pathways diverged.

    Middleton’s parents suggested to her at a young age that it would be a good idea if she married Prince William, so they sent her to an expensive boarding school called Marlborough College, where she would get used to hobnobbing with gentry, and then when it became apparent that Prince William would go to the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, she obtained an undergraduate place at the same institution majoring in History of Art, a favorite course of study for the Royal Family, who are the owners of a large and historic art collection consisting mainly of portraits of family members and hangers on.

    After a long courtship, she eventually nailed her man, being willing to provide the legendary heir and a spare as per contract. In fact she has embraced her role with such enthusiasm that in spite of severe problems with vomiting in pregnancy, she has now delivered what poker players called a set consisting of two knaves and a princess.

    They just need to be incentivized.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  216. Ibound1 says:
    @Jack D

    I see no way it can be done. The only kind of children that are encouraged by our media industrial complex are illegal ones crossing the border.

  217. Jack D says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Sure, that’ll work – just promise every woman a prince and problem solved!

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
  218. @Ibound1

    Not if it’s someone like CS Lewis’ “‘Fairy’ Hardcastle.”

    • Replies: @Ibound1
  219. @Johnny Rico

    Haven’t seen the remake, but saw the original on TV years ago. It gave me chills–by the time it’s over, you don’t have a side left to take, which I guess is the point.

  220. @F0337

    The Indians were a worthy race of warriors and fought hard and well.
    But we had a continent to conquer and they were in the way.

    Up until 1914 wars strengthened those who engaged in them. Swords were sharpened in combat; brains too.

    The four years until 1918 destroyed the best of our race, on both sides. And then the weaker side (from every civilisational point of view) came out on top. The Europe of history was no more.

    The only nations to respond in a manly, restorative and confident way were the Axis powers and their allies.

    The others, France and Great Britain in particular, loathed and feared this rebirth (look who really ran their affairs) and successfully brought it down, with the naive and enthusiastic participation of the still white United Sates.

    Once that had been accomplished, the further step in the process could begin: the death of European man everywhere.

    Look at the USA today and tell me they have not come perilously close to complete success.

  221. Ibound1 says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Where’s a bear when you need one?

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  222. @Ibound1

    There were some Gentle Ben posts on another article.

  223. J.Ross says: • Website
    @F0337

    I just noticed that I misspelled Tiny’s name. That was unintentional (honestly). Had I meant to do joke names I would have parodied all of them. The u is right next to the i.
    It’s not believable but it’s true.

  224. @Jack D

    If K doesn’t like it he shouldn’t have been sucking up to women his whole life until Thursday afternoon.

    K was already unpopular before the Ds pulled the dirty trick. His unpopularity was the only reason they went through with it.

  225. Tyrion 2 says:
    @Flip

    It happens but it isn’t very common. It is mostly something the progressive newspapers like to talk about because they don’t like marriage except betweem two people of the same sex.

  226. @Jake Barnes

    What is there to investigate? Unless she saved her ’80s bathing suit like he saved his ’80s calendars, he left incriminating finger prints on the straps just like Bill left that incriminating DNA on the blue dress (and she never washed it), or she has a flashback when hearing “Physical,” and suddenly remembers the building number, the color of the bedspread, and the reason she’s hated Olivia Newton-John all these years, there is nothing that will prove or disprove any of this!

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