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This post went up over at VDare (on the highly informative VDare Blog) which points out a recent headline from The Onioncuts to the heart of the teachers strike in the Chicago Public School system in ways no other news outlet is capable of doing. [The Onion Understands Chicago Public School Students Better Than The... Read More
It's a city time forgot; it's a history lesson that we purposefully skip over; it's yet another reminder that "Manifest Destruction" (the Great Migration of Blacks from South) was the most devastating event in American history. Gary, Indiana. In S. Paul O'Hara's Gary, the Most American of All American Cities we are introduced to a... Read More
Lawrence Auster has been discussing the Chicago Public Schools teacher strike, and pointed out something that seems to fly in the face of the Waiting For Superman crowd: Remember, it was a few weeks that SBPDL published the racial breakdown of the students of 400,000+ students enrolled in the CPS system, and it doesn’t look... Read More
Remember, of Chicago's K-12 Public School enrollment (just under 415,000 students), 40% are Black; 44% are Hispanic; and only 8 percent are white. Heather Mac Donald recently wrote at City Journal (Undisciplined, Summer 2012): What is life like in those schools? Natalie Pardo, back in September of 2007, wrote this for the Chicago Reporter (
The Warriors is movie in dire need of a re-make. Made in 1979, the movie is a tale of rival gangs in New York City and, well, isn't a good movie. Based on a book by Sol Yurick, the director and casting agents of The Warriors was forced to add white characters to the eponymous... Read More
An exodus of capital and the threat of losing more middle class families to the suburbs has Mayor Rahm Emanuel promising big things to the citizens of Chicago (Rahm Emanuel to middle class: Don’t leave for better schools, Chicago Sun-Times, March 25, 2012): There are only 3200 seats available for the IB program in Chicago... Read More
PK Note: Stuff Black People Don't Like: 365 Black Days of Judging by Content of Character is now available on Amazon. You can pick it up for Kindle as well (which includes two hundred more pages of material). Be sure to check out the latest Paul Kersey over at VDare.com (Aurora’s Dark Knight-Mare Just Another... Read More
PK Note: Starting Thursday, The Dark Right takes over for four days. When Black-Run America (BRA) ends - and it will - the so-called "Great Migration" of Black people from the southern states to the northern states will see its grossly inaccurate moniker tossed aside for a more fitting sobriquet: "Manifest Destruction." The demise of... Read More
PK Note: Back to normal after the Fourth of July. Blaming Black dysfunction for problems in the Black community would undermine the very foundation of Black-Run America (BRA) and lend credibility to those bigots who dared say that private property should have restrictive covenants upon them to protect its value. Or that private business owners... Read More
Public transportation could work in America. No really: public transportation could work in America. Government could work too. The problem plaguing both is simple, yet not open for discussion or debate. Now, a Black Alderman in Chicago reminds us once again of the terrible of Black-Run America (BRA), with the Chicago Sun-Times reporting: An influential... Read More
Guns don’t kill people, dangerous minorities do. This is the lesson of firearms in America, primarily in major metropolitan areas of the United States like Detroit. Though at roughly 89 percent Black (the most homogenous major American city), you’d expect most of crime in Detroit to be committed by this very group. That Black people... Read More
Part 2 and 3 of my rebuttal to Steve Sailer’s piece on college football will be published later today. I’m also working on a rebuttal to his piece on basketball and the lack of white players in the NBA who were born in America. But those will have to wait; because a number of stories... Read More
Dear President Mein Obama, I was wrong. Judging by the actions of your greatest constituency over the 2011 Memorial Day weekend (actions that were replicated across the nation), it's obvious something big and terrifying is just beyond the horizon. Now you spent a number of years as a community organizer in Chicago, a city your... Read More
In the United States, one city is known as the Black Mecca – Atlanta. Though the demographics are changing rapidly, the rampant corruption found throughout Hotlanta won’t go away anytime soon. A massive scandal in the city school system – led by Black principals – is threatening the accreditation of that district. What other county... Read More
Who in the world could like Pre-Obama America? The boring, white-bread world that represented America when it was 90 percent white (as late as 1964 the United States was less than 1 percent Hispanic - a forthcoming SBPDL) is but a distant memory, like the view of major city's skyline in the rear-view mirror as... Read More