The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection
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"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." So the moniker of Sin City goes, for Las Vegas exists to allow America a place to retreat to momentary bliss, potential financial ruin and the wonders of a one-night stand coupled with all the trappings of said illicit encounter. All people on the planet wish for instantaneous... Read More
All people throughout history have secretly desired the ability to control the weather. Farmers who saw their crop ruined due to droughts; high school football players who dreaded the 100 degree weather during two-a-days in the summer; and George W. Bush, just days before Katrina hit New Orleans, all wished the ability to manipulate the... Read More
Leprechaun's are a myth originating in Ireland and largely living in South Bend, Indiana now, where the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame hope to one day find a pot of gold at the end of their football season. However in a town near Mobile, Alabama, Black people have found what is purported to be a... Read More
One of the most important books ever written, The Richest Man in Babylon, is ostensibly not to be found on most Black people's bookshelf. USA Today has recently published a shocking story regarding the un-niggardly mores of Black people and their lowly savings rate. Black people are not fond of saving money, when compared to... Read More