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Thank you, Professor Sowell by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2016 I first read Thomas Sowell in college -- no thanks to my college. At the majority of America's institutions of "higher learning," reading Thomas Sowell was a subversive act in the early 1990s when I was a student. It remains so today. Why? Because... Read More
I'm this much Native American, really! "Sacaja-whiner:" Elizabeth Warren and the Oppression Olympics by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2012 Elizabeth Warren is the Harvard law professor running for Senate in Massachusetts as a Democratic populist-progressive champion. But don't call her "Elizabeth Warren." Call her "Pinocchio-hontas," "Chief Full-of-Lies," "Running Joke" or "Sacaja-whiner." Warren has claimed... Read More
Diversity.
Barack Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters Here at MichelleMalkin.com, we've kept close tabs on the parade of progressives of pallor who preach skin-deep diversity for everyone else -- but have a bit of a hard time complying with their own social engineering dictates. Flashbacks: A mighty pale newspaper The indelible whiteness of MSNBC. White anchor at... Read More
You just have to laugh. Heartily. When I noted that the Occupy Wall Street movement was filled with a sea of progressives of pallor and challenged the Tea Party-bashing media double standards on calling attention to the demographics two weeks ago, the occupiers filled my Twitter stream with profanities and racial epithets. Soros Monkeys tried... Read More
White Christmas.
Yesterday, the sanctimonious liberal elites at the New York Times publishes a separate but equal gift guide for people "of color." It began: "Somali fashion, do-it-yourself henna kits, children's books that draw inspiration from the lives of Barack Obama and Sonia Sotomayor: it's not hard to find gifts created for and by people of color... Read More
Shakedown.
Zombie investigates.
Mau-mau-ing.
This is how we got into the subprime mess in the first place: Pandering to minority grievance lobbies. Here they come again, with the backing of race hustler Rep. Maxine Waters: WASHINGTON, Sept 26, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Maria Kong, President of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) today urged Congressional leadership,... Read More
Skinned.
Condi Rice is so wrong. She thinks what the State Department needs is skin-based diversity. Here she is, counting racial beans the way the Left always does -- and talking like Bill "Looks Like America" Clinton. Wrong, wrong, wrong: Who cares what they look like? It's what they think like that matters. As I've blogged... Read More
"Don’t want any gringo here."
Several firefighters e-mailed me about this incident in Boston. When is a racial "hate crime" not a hate crime? You know the answer: The firefighter works at Engine 5 on Saratoga Street.
Pied Piper of P.C.
The blogosphere is monitoring the travels and travails of diversity training huckster Glenn Singleton. Hans Bader reports: He claims that “white talk” is “verbal, impersonal, intellectual” and “task-oriented,” while minority talk is “emotional.” He also blames white teachers for the minority achievement gap, saying that racism is “ubiquitous” among whites, even though the gap is... Read More
Neeever mind.
The Democrats need to replace their donkey emblem with a photo of Gilda Radner's SNL character, Emily "Neeever mind" Latella: After inveighing stubbornly for months about their non-negotiable demand for an Iraq withdrawal timetable, the Dems are pulling a Latella. The nutroots will not be happy. Via Politico:
P.C. run amok, part 423,997.
Have you ever had to undergo "diversity training?" I did when I worked at the Seattle Times. Corporations fork out big bucks to politically correct police who put you through insipid sensitivity exercises. These people lack common sense, humor, and nuance. Every reference to race, ethnicity, gender, or physical appearance is a firing offense. The... Read More
If any of you followed my work at the Seattle Times, you know how closely I covered the battle against government racial preferences in Washington state. You may remember that Washington passed Initiative 200 to ban government racial preferences in public hiring and education. Despite massive establishment opposition (led by my then-publisher), the measure was... Read More
NBC is hiring a "diversity leader." What kind of "diversity?" Not ideological diversity, of course. In America's newsrooms, "diversity" is only and always skin-deep. Here's the announcement (hat tip- ICN): If racial/ethnic bean-counting is the task at hand, NBC's "diversity leader" will be training her sights first on MSNBC. By the left-wingers' own tallying, MSNBC... Read More
An important media advisory from the AAJA: Only they can use ethnic descriptors. Everyone else: Back off! Too. Ridiculous. Reader Doug in Colorado writes: Yep.
I watched about 10 minutes of the Oscars--enough to absorb the self-congratulatory, aren't-we-all-special-and-so-diverse theme and the unanimous Al Gore-is-our-president adulation. Allah's got running commentary, video, and an open thread over at Hot Air. Related: Bryan Preston weighs in on James Cameron's cinematic effort to sink Christianity.
Columbia University junior and Marine corporal Matt Sanchez has a must-read in today's NYPost:
The Grassroot Institute has released a survey of every household in Hawaii. The survey, conducted from July 8 to 10, 2005, and released yesterday, shows an estimated two out of every three responednts oppose the Akaka Bill aka the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2005. According to the Hawaii Reporter: Andrew Walden, Editor of... Read More
According to a new poll, only 20 percent of Hawaiians support the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2005 (aka "the Akaka Bill"), which would give Native Hawaiians the rights of self-government as indigenous people that American Indians now enjoy. 41 percent of those polled said they do not support the bill and 39 percent... Read More
Lawrence Downes of the New York Times writes in support of the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2005, S.147, which would give Native Hawaiians the rights of self-government as indigenous people that American Indians now enjoy. Downes suggests the bill precludes "radical outcomes." Don't believe it. As Tim Chapman notes, the bill would create... Read More
So, how does CNN propose to change its image as America's al Jazeera? By hiring more non-white liberal journalists! But of course! From TVNewser: Yeah? If the network is really interested in "diverse thought," then why are they showering money on three of journalism's most left-wing advocacy groups? Wanna hire outspoken writers who can challenge... Read More
This is a must-read.
Sigh. Another entry for my People's Republic of Maryland file. According to the Washington Post, the central planners and social engineers on the Montgomery County Council are in a huff because there are not enough minority firefighters. Is this because the libs are discriminating against non-white firefighters? No, it's because a race-blind hiring and testing... Read More
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