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  1. And the audience laughs uproariously, as if she has just suggested that Bozo the Clown will be the nominee, or maybe some B-actor known for making movies with chimps. And the other panelists make faces. He who laughs last laughs best.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    Reminds me of that old saw about evolution--that nature bats last.

    Evolution also has the last laugh.
  2. TWS says:

    She was clearly the smartest person at the table. And the kicker? The latino says, “Take off the I hate you sign”. While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport. Make it hard, make it swift, make it ugly and they will self deport. Don’t break up families send junior packing with mom and dad.

    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks
     
    Those guys are complete assholes and fully deserve deportation even if they were born here. Many other Mexicans/Mestizo Americans are actually voting for Trump. And many are quite sympathetic with concerns of white people. Tons of white people are hating on Trump and his fans just as hard. Do you think Michael Moore and Bill De Blasio and Jeremy Corbyn and Justin Trudeau are friends to this crowd?

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn't pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren't mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I'd actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.

    , @Nathan Hale

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport.
     
    Matt Lewis -- major cuck. After nearly a year of the Overton Window being open, it's clear that the "conservative" Lewis and the treasonous Gutierrez are of the same political faction.

    The magic dirt theory -- and corporate money -- blinds these fools in not seeing how ethno-interests really work. Whether it was helots in Sparta, Germans in the Sudetenland, or protestants in Ulster, there will inevitably be a struggle for national resources between groups. Whether a minority is actually oppressed or not, there will always be a claim of disparity in order win more power.

    , @CONNIE
    Did you read one sign the Latino car-wrecking rioters held: You owe us free housing, no taxes, free schooling & health care because CA used to be Mexico & you stole it. ??!!! Should we feel guilty over history 300 yrs ago? This is how wars start...over land rights.
    , @goldpony
    "Cuck:What do you do with 13 million illegals who are here?"

    Derp...the same thing with do with every other criminal in the country, dummy. Enforce the law. No one ever says "We can't catch every drunk driver, so let's give drunk drivers amnesty and a permit to drive drunk legally" do they?
  3. Priss Factor [AKA "Polly Perkins"] says:

    Coulter vs Brown Drown

  4. Donald Trump needs to win over voters who are obsessed with celebrities and want to see them in positions of power. I am talking about voters who are star struck by the likes of Jesse The Body Ventura & Arnold Schwarzenegger and would have no problem voting for them.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    I like Ventura.
    , @Barnard
    Trump already has a lot of the those voters. The problem is this is a more conventional two way race. Neither of those celebrity candidates received 50% of the vote. Ventura won with 37% against two remarkably bad candidates and Arnold won a recall election. I have thought from the beginning this would have been the best way for Trump to go, run as an independent or hijack a small party for ballot access and try to get 40%.

    Trump's negative polling numbers are very high and he makes too many unforced errors. It will be difficult for him to beat Hillary. He still has a better shot than Cruz did.

  5. Wow!
    Coulter not only nailed DJT but the Bern too!
    Amazingly uncannily uniquely prescient!
    She really has her fingers on the radial artery of America like no other.
    Except maybe DJT and Bernie themselves.
    You can visualize her being correct about the general as well.

    • Replies: @European-American
    > Coulter not only nailed DJT but the Bern too!

    Wow she really gets around!

    (I apologize...)

    And now for something meaningful...

    ... I got nothing. Sorry again.

    I do remember when I saw that video 9 months ago or so, I gasped when Ann Coulter answered "Trump" as her pick for the most likely to win. (Did she really say that?...) Saying that looked crazy, provocative, funny (and the crowd certainly laughed), but mostly brave and original. And it made me think. Turns out she was right (though she won't be fully vindicated unless Trump is elected, of course).

    I've come to respect Ann Coulter as a brave and original woman, a dissident, to use John Derbyshire's term. How she manages to buck trends and be laughed at and dismissed and vituperated, day in, day out, I'll never know. Respect.

  6. Well, it’s to damn with faint praise, but Ann had more brains than the other four combined — Maher absolutely included.

    She also recognized Sanders’ appeal. That was pretty astute.

  7. @Jefferson
    Donald Trump needs to win over voters who are obsessed with celebrities and want to see them in positions of power. I am talking about voters who are star struck by the likes of Jesse The Body Ventura & Arnold Schwarzenegger and would have no problem voting for them.

    I like Ventura.

    • Replies: @TWS
    Yeah I love him. Saw him wrestle at the Arena against Superfly Jimmy Snuka. I can't remember if that was the one where he had Superfly in the bear hug forever or not.
  8. Priss Factor [AKA "Polly Perkins"] says:

    Black politics turned into a culture of complaint. Even white Libs got sick of it even as they kept mum. So, Clinton came up with New Democrats. And people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton were loathed even by white Libs. White Libs kept up the alliance but never would have supported such people.

    Obama’s winning touch in 2008 was he wasn’t part of this Culture of Complaint. Or he kept it under wraps with his bogus charm and smiles. He seemed like a clean-cut Negro who wanted to have a conversation than complain and bitch incessantly.

    I think after 8 yrs, people have wised up to the fact that he is just a weasel punk.
    In a way, Obama didn’t have to complain much since he could coast on the media promoting him, big money being behind him, and the 2008 financial crisis that, on top of Iraq fiasco, dealt the GOP a bad hand.
    No political candidate had it so easy as Obama as in 2008. Crisis, money, media, academia, pop culture, cult of hope, and the world(that was sick of Bush II and uneasy about insane McCain) all on his side.

    Anyway, Trump’s appeal is different. He is a white guy who complains. Sometimes, he complains loudly, even lewdly. His is a white culture of complaint.

    For the longest time, white guys didn’t complain. It was part of Anglo legacy. It seemed improper or gauche for a white man to complain and bitch. In 1992, the media were totally biased against Bush I, but Bush never complained about the media. It just wasn’t his style. It was beneath him to complain and be seen as a sourpuss.
    It was the Anglo-American style of being aloof of petty stuff and maintaining decorum. Nixon was hated because he tended to sometimes complain, mostly famously with ‘you won’t have a nixon to kick around anymore.’.

    For the longest time, there was no reason for privileged white males to complain. They had just about everything. Their kind had controlled and dominated US history from the beginning. Both the ‘right’ and ‘left’ were all white males.
    They were on the dollar bills. They controlled the military and media and banks and academia and so much more.
    They could afford to be dignified, mannered, and magnanimous since they held all the cards of power.

    But over the yrs, this outlook and stance got thinner and thinner. It was less andless backed by real power, real influence, real reach, real respect.
    The elite institutions increasingly came to be taken over by the GLOB.
    MLK and even Tubman came to tower over white males as the real moral founders of America.
    The Immigrant Narrative eclipsed the Settler Narrative.
    White Bashing, esp white male bashing, became a national sport in media and academia.
    White males lost in sports and music. Some even debased themselves via cuck culture.

    When white males held all the power, prestige, and privilege, they could be above the culture of complaint. Let those with less fortunes in life complain since they had reasons to. As for whites who dominated much of everything, their role was to lead and inspire, not complain.

    But white males no longer have prestige. Some have power and privilege but only condition that they work against the identity and interests of their own race.

    So, white dignity and magnanimity are now just a hollow charade.
    There are REAL BIG problems confronting the white community. It is now time for white complaint.
    And Trump tapped into this.

    You can’t act high-born and aloof
    when your ass is for the GLOB to boof.

    If you’re the bitch, you better bitch.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    Trump is not an "Anglo-American." He is obviously not cut from the same cloth as Bush or Nixon.
    , @Ed
    Good analysis.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.
    , @Clyde
    Very good Ms Polly!
  9. @JohnnyWalker123
    I like Ventura.

    Yeah I love him. Saw him wrestle at the Arena against Superfly Jimmy Snuka. I can’t remember if that was the one where he had Superfly in the bear hug forever or not.

  10. She also pumped Romney but still, very impressive.

    • Replies: @Das
    He looks like a squish now, but Romney was actually the most Trumpista candidate the Republican party had ever nominated before Trump.

    We won the nomination by talking about self-deportation and bashing Chinese currency manipulation. He was an enormous change for the better from McCain or Bush.
  11. What impressed me most was her disdain/dismissal of Marco Rubio.

  12. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    1) Trump is a shark

    2) Trump is creative

    3) Trump is future-oriented

    He will win it all …… because no one else has the tools in this cycle to match him.

    PS Steve, it’s prob Gingrich for VP. But you know Trump is toying with the idea of a New York superstar to bust up the Clinton electoral firewall.

  13. If Trump gets elected, will he “play us all for suckers” and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he’s campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.

    • Replies: @Hepp
    The short answer is nobody knows. Trump could dramatically expand immigration. Is it likely? Probably not. The left will always hate him, so to have any political capital at all he's going to have to do some of what he promised to his base so they don't turn on him too.

    Trump has been consistently a pro-law and order guy, and he's gotten endorsements from police unions and the border patrol, and if he has a consistent philosophy, it's nationalism. Might he betray us? There are no guarantees and I don't see any reason why to believe it's any more likely than any other politician doing so.
    , @Travis
    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb. Even Democrats will fear any amnesty bills and will vote to build a wall. Politicians care about getting elected, they will not destroy their careers with amnesty proposals. Their main objective is in obtaining power. Even under Obama and Bush they could not get congress to pass amnesty, although they both pushed for it. Obama could have easily passed amnesty when he had a democratic congress, but he chose to push for Obamacare.

    If Trump is elected, I have little doubt he will build a wall along our southern border. He knows how to build stuff. It will help him get re-elected. It will be much more difficult to get trade deals reworked. It will be easier to accomplish his foreign policy objectives, getting Europe to pay more for NATO, getting Japan to pay more for our defense force. Even banning muslims will be easier than getting NAFTA altered, but he can use the corporate tax code to encourage more firms to invest in the US, by reducing the corporate tax rate for firms that invest in America. Apple alone has $200 billion in foreign bank accounts, they cannot bring this cash back to the US now, but more favorable tax rates would encourage these global firms to bring back the capital and re-invest in America.
    , @Jack D
    And you know this how? Clairvoyance? Bugging Trump's hotel room?

    With Trump there's a (in my opinion small) chance that he is going to support amnesty despite his repeated campaign promises to do the opposite. With Hillary there's a certainty that she will. So I'll take my chances.
    , @airgap
    Is there any reason to suggest that Trump actually supported amnesty, as opposed to thinking that saying he supports amnesty would be an expedient thing to do? I don't think that Trump is particularly ideological. If he's just selling what people are buying, there's more money in actually opposing amnesty than pretending to.
    , @Ed
    I don't think the wall will get built frankly I've always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do. Now during the process is it possible for some kind of deal to be worked out for say Dreamers? I think so but in the main I think he'll enforce immigration law so much so that many illegal immigrants may just up & leave on their own.
    , @PistolPete
    Charles Cooke? You kid right?

    "He'll have to go back" -Trump

    Oh, and here is the limey being smarmy and smug towards pro-American Coulter:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TuH2dMeF3_A

    , @Antonymous
    I think before reading Adios America, Trump hadn't given illegal immigration much thought. Many in the NE hadn't. But that book, directly influenced by Sailer here, probably led to Trump's platform:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/book-party/wp/2015/08/03/did-ann-coulters-new-book-inspire-donald-trumps-mexican-rapists-comment/

    , @Chris Mallory
    Yes, there is a chance that Trump will screw us over and sacrifice what is left of the American nation on the alter of Globalism. But there is/was a 100% certainty that every one else running would have done that dastardly deed.
    , @Anon87
    I don't see him dropping his most popular plank, in addition to being guided by Sen. Sessions and staff.
    , @Eric Novak
    Millions of voters were for amnesty in 2013, until they found out what amnesty means and what the consequences of S744 were. Trump had his awakening late. That he'll run specifically on immigration restriction, then open the borders is a laughable con.
  14. @TWS
    She was clearly the smartest person at the table. And the kicker? The latino says, "Take off the I hate you sign". While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport. Make it hard, make it swift, make it ugly and they will self deport. Don't break up families send junior packing with mom and dad.

    While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks

    Those guys are complete assholes and fully deserve deportation even if they were born here. Many other Mexicans/Mestizo Americans are actually voting for Trump. And many are quite sympathetic with concerns of white people. Tons of white people are hating on Trump and his fans just as hard. Do you think Michael Moore and Bill De Blasio and Jeremy Corbyn and Justin Trudeau are friends to this crowd?

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn’t pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren’t mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I’d actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.

    • Replies: @Jesse
    "And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn’t pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren’t mooching."

    Naw, they're just driving down wages, allowing employers to delay automation and causing education and healthcare costs to skyrocket. Oh, and they're also destroying supply and demand signals to be completely perverted.

    The white underclass, if wages, bennies, conditions etc., improve sufficiently, could and would do these jobs. It's one of the - genuine - benefits of the free market. But having all those lazy (they can't even be bothered to finish the free-to-them high school that's getting thrown at them! the upwardly Jewish immigrants of yesteryear would have regarded them as lazy, squawking potatoes) Mestizos around lets them off the hook on things like labor conditions and automation.

    It's always astonishing, how many people rail against mooching and ignore the one free market incentive that would drive people into decent work and lessen the need for government benefits.
    , @Cryptogenic

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn’t pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren’t mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I’d actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.
     
    You do realize that all those Mestizos and Indios are "working their asses off" (I don't really buy this NAXALT dialectic of good/bad dumb immigrants) doing jobs that will be automated in a few years? Then what will they do? Mooch. Anyone you import with an IQ under 120 is going to be a moocher if they aren't already.
  15. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Notice that everything Paul Manafort predicted came true. All of it.

    It seems that Manafort understood the role of momentum in these contests.

    Other seasoned observers missed the importance of momentum in a primary. Cruz ran out of friendly states with large hauls of delegates. There was no way he could build momentum through June.

  16. Hepp says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    The short answer is nobody knows. Trump could dramatically expand immigration. Is it likely? Probably not. The left will always hate him, so to have any political capital at all he’s going to have to do some of what he promised to his base so they don’t turn on him too.

    Trump has been consistently a pro-law and order guy, and he’s gotten endorsements from police unions and the border patrol, and if he has a consistent philosophy, it’s nationalism. Might he betray us? There are no guarantees and I don’t see any reason why to believe it’s any more likely than any other politician doing so.

  17. @Socially Extinct
    She also pumped Romney but still, very impressive.

    He looks like a squish now, but Romney was actually the most Trumpista candidate the Republican party had ever nominated before Trump.

    We won the nomination by talking about self-deportation and bashing Chinese currency manipulation. He was an enormous change for the better from McCain or Bush.

    • Agree: Dave Pinsen
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    "He looks like a squish now, but Romney was actually the most Trumpista candidate the Republican party had ever nominated before Trump.

    We won the nomination by talking about self-deportation and bashing Chinese currency manipulation. He was an enormous change for the better from McCain or Bush."

    He looks like a squish now because Romney completely backpedaled from his position in the general election. Romney was, and is, a fraud. Then there was Romney's "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" op-ed in the Times in 2009, part of his cunning plan to win Michigan in 2012. Romney didn't have any problem with the Bush administration's bank bailouts in 2008. Romney's whole campaign slogan may as well have been "Screw you, working man". People noticed.
  18. @Priss Factor
    Black politics turned into a culture of complaint. Even white Libs got sick of it even as they kept mum. So, Clinton came up with New Democrats. And people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton were loathed even by white Libs. White Libs kept up the alliance but never would have supported such people.

    Obama's winning touch in 2008 was he wasn't part of this Culture of Complaint. Or he kept it under wraps with his bogus charm and smiles. He seemed like a clean-cut Negro who wanted to have a conversation than complain and bitch incessantly.

    I think after 8 yrs, people have wised up to the fact that he is just a weasel punk.
    In a way, Obama didn't have to complain much since he could coast on the media promoting him, big money being behind him, and the 2008 financial crisis that, on top of Iraq fiasco, dealt the GOP a bad hand.
    No political candidate had it so easy as Obama as in 2008. Crisis, money, media, academia, pop culture, cult of hope, and the world(that was sick of Bush II and uneasy about insane McCain) all on his side.

    Anyway, Trump's appeal is different. He is a white guy who complains. Sometimes, he complains loudly, even lewdly. His is a white culture of complaint.

    For the longest time, white guys didn't complain. It was part of Anglo legacy. It seemed improper or gauche for a white man to complain and bitch. In 1992, the media were totally biased against Bush I, but Bush never complained about the media. It just wasn't his style. It was beneath him to complain and be seen as a sourpuss.
    It was the Anglo-American style of being aloof of petty stuff and maintaining decorum. Nixon was hated because he tended to sometimes complain, mostly famously with 'you won't have a nixon to kick around anymore.'.

    For the longest time, there was no reason for privileged white males to complain. They had just about everything. Their kind had controlled and dominated US history from the beginning. Both the 'right' and 'left' were all white males.
    They were on the dollar bills. They controlled the military and media and banks and academia and so much more.
    They could afford to be dignified, mannered, and magnanimous since they held all the cards of power.

    But over the yrs, this outlook and stance got thinner and thinner. It was less andless backed by real power, real influence, real reach, real respect.
    The elite institutions increasingly came to be taken over by the GLOB.
    MLK and even Tubman came to tower over white males as the real moral founders of America.
    The Immigrant Narrative eclipsed the Settler Narrative.
    White Bashing, esp white male bashing, became a national sport in media and academia.
    White males lost in sports and music. Some even debased themselves via cuck culture.

    When white males held all the power, prestige, and privilege, they could be above the culture of complaint. Let those with less fortunes in life complain since they had reasons to. As for whites who dominated much of everything, their role was to lead and inspire, not complain.

    But white males no longer have prestige. Some have power and privilege but only condition that they work against the identity and interests of their own race.

    So, white dignity and magnanimity are now just a hollow charade.
    There are REAL BIG problems confronting the white community. It is now time for white complaint.
    And Trump tapped into this.

    You can't act high-born and aloof
    when your ass is for the GLOB to boof.

    If you're the bitch, you better bitch.

    Trump is not an “Anglo-American.” He is obviously not cut from the same cloth as Bush or Nixon.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
    I hear he's part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him.

    Scotch/Irish have a long history of COMPLAINING about Anglos in the Old World.

    I guess there was some of that in the New World cuz the power was centered in NE that was Anglo-Dutch-Germanic. Scotch/Irish were into Hatcoy vs McField stuff.

    But if you're white gentile and rich in the US, you're seen as 'wasp' as long as you're not swarthy like a greaser or greek.

    Irish used to be somewhat complainsome against Wasp establishment, and they gained power through government, especially in city politics. When cities were industrial and white, Irish had tremendous power. But black crime drove many Irish to suburbs. And when cities recovered, it was due to urban bobo class of Jews and homos and hipsters. And Old Irish Machine had no place in this.

    The thing about the Irish is they organized and relied on power of ethnicity and identity and unity and solidarity. That kind of politics went away among whites due to so many factors, ideological as well as economic.

    Suburbs was, in some ways, good for white people, but suburbia tend to be spread out and don't make for group political thought. It's in cities that people amass into active groups. This is why homos got so powerful. By taking over city blocks.

    Anyway, Irish didn't mainly rely on individual meritocracy. They relied on a kind of Municipal Socialism.

    Maybe Trumpism will lead to new kind of politics where whites unite and use their numbers and coordinated efforts to press for their interests. It's anti-libertarian, but when politics is about identity for all other groups, whites must play the same game.

    So, this makes Trump what? Braveheart? Or Bravehair at least?
  19. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb. Even Democrats will fear any amnesty bills and will vote to build a wall. Politicians care about getting elected, they will not destroy their careers with amnesty proposals. Their main objective is in obtaining power. Even under Obama and Bush they could not get congress to pass amnesty, although they both pushed for it. Obama could have easily passed amnesty when he had a democratic congress, but he chose to push for Obamacare.

    If Trump is elected, I have little doubt he will build a wall along our southern border. He knows how to build stuff. It will help him get re-elected. It will be much more difficult to get trade deals reworked. It will be easier to accomplish his foreign policy objectives, getting Europe to pay more for NATO, getting Japan to pay more for our defense force. Even banning muslims will be easier than getting NAFTA altered, but he can use the corporate tax code to encourage more firms to invest in the US, by reducing the corporate tax rate for firms that invest in America. Apple alone has $200 billion in foreign bank accounts, they cannot bring this cash back to the US now, but more favorable tax rates would encourage these global firms to bring back the capital and re-invest in America.

    • Replies: @Clyde

    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb.
     
    And look what happened to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls. What did happen to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls? Consigned to the dustbin of cracked pottery?
  20. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    And you know this how? Clairvoyance? Bugging Trump’s hotel room?

    With Trump there’s a (in my opinion small) chance that he is going to support amnesty despite his repeated campaign promises to do the opposite. With Hillary there’s a certainty that she will. So I’ll take my chances.

  21. “She who laughs last, laughs best”

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don’t deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word “f-got” can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won’t use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a “religion of hate”.

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    • Disagree: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @Cromwellforever
    I know I'm only one data point, but I'm gay and fine with faggot. It's a slur, but I don't see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.
    , @Jack Highlands
    Diaz, your verbal style reminds me of another woman's:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMZqS7q7voY
    , @ogunsiron
    wow.just.wow. so much transphobia. gross
    , @unpc downunder
    I think it's okay to call a homosexual a faggot if you put a robust superlative in front of the word faggot, as in "Milo Yiannopoulus is a magnificent faggot." The rules may be different with lesbians - they aren't so big on superlatives.
    , @reiner Tor
    Nick, I think you're better at mixed martial arts than at politics. My $0.02 is that you should stick to what you're good at.

    Anyway, it was awesome that you were sparring with Van Damme.
    , @meh

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don’t deserve to be taken seriously.
     
    And yet, here you are, pointing and shrieking like an outraged Church Lady.

    If Steve actually didn't deserve to be taken seriously you would have never heard of him and you wouldn't be here trying to act the part of the unofficial unpaid SJW thought police.
    , @MEH 0910
    Ann Coulter is a delicate flower.
    , @Ed
    It's hard to tell if this is satire or a legit comment. The shift to gays is confusing if not telling.
    , @Thomas Fuller

    if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults
     
    then …

    Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy,

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged [sic] hag

    She is the harlot

    that crazy woman

    She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual [sic].

    irrational and odious extremists who don’t deserve to be taken seriously
     

    Where I come from, dignity and respect for another's point of view are not quite dead.
    , @Mr. Anon
    "Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word “f-got” can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt."

    You calling someone else mentally deranged is pretty rich. Your every post is a great big ball of hysterical crazy. Gee, it's too bad the other kids called you faggot - it's really high time that you got over it. Or, just stop posting here. You won't be missed. A sentiment that I'm sure is expressed everyplace you vacate.
    , @peterike
    Nick, Nick, Nick! Why do you bother showing up here with your congenital idiocy? It's so easy to pick apart your twaddle. It's almost not even fair; but I'm not a very fair guy, so here goes.

    "Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word “f-got” can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults."

    Schoolyard taunts ARE ok, because they are perfectly normal. So yes, I can and should be able to call you a faggot (oh, how I love the way you wrote "f-got," a veritable apotheosis of the bed wetting mind!) if I want to, because everyone knows what it means. There's an episode of "South Park" about this. I suggest you watch it and learn something.

    "Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won’t use the oil anyway."

    She is of course correct. The problem is we invade the countries and DON'T steal the oil, which is just stupid. Better to not invade the countries AT ALL, but muh Israel and all that jackwaller.

    Oh, are you suggesting Arab nations are NOT backwards with corrupt governments? The entire history of life on planet earth says otherwise.

    "She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a “religion of hate”.

    Oh but you see, Nicky boy, the American Constitution (and I LOVE the way you pretend to care about it! a veritable apotheosis of hypocritical pant soiling!) entirely ALLOWS for public schools to discriminate because that takes place at the state and local level. Of course, 100 years of jewrispurdence has corrupted the national thinking around this issue, but THE CONSTITUTION, which you of course would DIE for, does not in the least prohibit any sort of local religious discrimination whatsoever.

    "She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual."

    No Nicky, she has none of these things. Why do you hate women so much? Are YOU secretely (or, perhaps, obviously) a transexual? That would explain your frightened projection on this topic, a veritable apotheosis of progressive projection!
    , @dcite
    As you are wondering about AC's sex, why not tip your coffer of vile insults and declare that the scoundrel is, more than anything, a rascal and rogue.
    , @dumpstersquirrel
    "Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word 'f-got' can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt."

    This is clearly a personal cause of yours, Captain Sodomite.

    #itsnothing2celebrate
    , @V Vega

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.
     
    I've noticed time and again, Gay dudes get particularly shrill once they pass the age of 50. Usually childless, and irrelevant within their own culture, their predisposition towards Nihilsm kicks into overdrive, and wild, perverse missives like the one above ensues in assorted comments sections, ad nauseum.

    That is, they tend to act like a mean, 14 year old girl who has discovered her abusive dad's liquor cabinet.

    Not a pretty sight you are, Nick. Speak to your pastor, or rabbi, and change your ways before its too late. Dying as a mean old queen is no way to go out, Nick.
    , @Pericles
    Your voice is so distant. Like it's coming from the other side of a wall.
  22. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    I know I’m only one data point, but I’m gay and fine with faggot. It’s a slur, but I don’t see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.

    • Replies: @G Pinfold

    I know I’m only one data point, but I’m gay and fine with faggot. It’s a slur, but I don’t see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.
     
    I'm fine with faggots like you, Cromwell. Purely on an ideological no-homo level, mind you. But you are more than just a data point. Don't put yourself down.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    I always liked the word poofter. What do you think Cromwellforever? How about homo?
    , @Brutusale
    A gay friend says he's a fag, not a homo.
  23. Great clip on Trump usurping the pundits. Rare sideshot of the Trumpen Mane at the six second point of this video. Lockheed Martin should be studying that thing for the next Stealth Fighter.

  24. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Diaz, your verbal style reminds me of another woman’s:

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Nick's style is not bad for someone who gets hit in the head regularly for a living.
  25. Priss Factor [AKA "Polly Perkins"] says:
    @AndrewR
    Trump is not an "Anglo-American." He is obviously not cut from the same cloth as Bush or Nixon.

    I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him.

    Scotch/Irish have a long history of COMPLAINING about Anglos in the Old World.

    I guess there was some of that in the New World cuz the power was centered in NE that was Anglo-Dutch-Germanic. Scotch/Irish were into Hatcoy vs McField stuff.

    But if you’re white gentile and rich in the US, you’re seen as ‘wasp’ as long as you’re not swarthy like a greaser or greek.

    Irish used to be somewhat complainsome against Wasp establishment, and they gained power through government, especially in city politics. When cities were industrial and white, Irish had tremendous power. But black crime drove many Irish to suburbs. And when cities recovered, it was due to urban bobo class of Jews and homos and hipsters. And Old Irish Machine had no place in this.

    The thing about the Irish is they organized and relied on power of ethnicity and identity and unity and solidarity. That kind of politics went away among whites due to so many factors, ideological as well as economic.

    Suburbs was, in some ways, good for white people, but suburbia tend to be spread out and don’t make for group political thought. It’s in cities that people amass into active groups. This is why homos got so powerful. By taking over city blocks.

    Anyway, Irish didn’t mainly rely on individual meritocracy. They relied on a kind of Municipal Socialism.

    Maybe Trumpism will lead to new kind of politics where whites unite and use their numbers and coordinated efforts to press for their interests. It’s anti-libertarian, but when politics is about identity for all other groups, whites must play the same game.

    So, this makes Trump what? Braveheart? Or Bravehair at least?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.
  26. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    wow.just.wow. so much transphobia. gross

  27. What a bunch of fucking idiots (excepting AC of course), including Maher — which means they’re perfectly representative of today’s smug, out-of-touch, faux pundit/intellectual class.

  28. @Priss Factor
    I hear he's part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him.

    Scotch/Irish have a long history of COMPLAINING about Anglos in the Old World.

    I guess there was some of that in the New World cuz the power was centered in NE that was Anglo-Dutch-Germanic. Scotch/Irish were into Hatcoy vs McField stuff.

    But if you're white gentile and rich in the US, you're seen as 'wasp' as long as you're not swarthy like a greaser or greek.

    Irish used to be somewhat complainsome against Wasp establishment, and they gained power through government, especially in city politics. When cities were industrial and white, Irish had tremendous power. But black crime drove many Irish to suburbs. And when cities recovered, it was due to urban bobo class of Jews and homos and hipsters. And Old Irish Machine had no place in this.

    The thing about the Irish is they organized and relied on power of ethnicity and identity and unity and solidarity. That kind of politics went away among whites due to so many factors, ideological as well as economic.

    Suburbs was, in some ways, good for white people, but suburbia tend to be spread out and don't make for group political thought. It's in cities that people amass into active groups. This is why homos got so powerful. By taking over city blocks.

    Anyway, Irish didn't mainly rely on individual meritocracy. They relied on a kind of Municipal Socialism.

    Maybe Trumpism will lead to new kind of politics where whites unite and use their numbers and coordinated efforts to press for their interests. It's anti-libertarian, but when politics is about identity for all other groups, whites must play the same game.

    So, this makes Trump what? Braveheart? Or Bravehair at least?

    “I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him.”

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910

    regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.
     
    And the incipient God Emperor from television's Frank Herbert's Children of Dune. :o
    , @Bee
    Exactly. His mother literally hopped off the boat in the early 1930s and decided to stay a while (roughly 76 years, as it turned out).

    Donald Trump has a single American-born ancestor (his father) and thus would be the most foreign president since Woodrow Wilson.

    Since Wilson, there's been only one U.S. president who didn't have a single American-born great-grandparent, and that was, of course, Ronald Reagan.
    , @Bee
    Oh, and also JFK, although there's some debate about whether one of his great-grandparents was born in the U.S. or Ireland.
    , @RamonaQ
    His mother was a MacLeod from the Outer Hebrides. I see Trumpism as a sort of American version of a Jacobite uprising (Make America Great Again = restore the Stuarts). So I think it's totally fitting that a Highlander is leading it
    , @AndrewR
    His mother was from the Outer Hebrides and his father was the son of immigrants from Rheinland-Pfalz.
  29. Donald Trump will eventually go down as one of the top 5 most famous Americans of all time. He is well known among Americans from The Greatest Generation, The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z.

    Even a Hillbilly Hermit living in a rural shack in the middle of nowhere similar to the one Jason Voorhees lived in Friday The 13th, knows who Donald Trump is. Probably the only Americans who have never heard of Donald Trump are the Amish.

    • Replies: @DCThrowback
    Was just thinking of this; those statues they were gonna build for Ron Paul (until he changed his views on immigration) will now be dedicated to the Donald (assuming he delivers on simply half of what he promises).
  30. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    Is there any reason to suggest that Trump actually supported amnesty, as opposed to thinking that saying he supports amnesty would be an expedient thing to do? I don’t think that Trump is particularly ideological. If he’s just selling what people are buying, there’s more money in actually opposing amnesty than pretending to.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    There’s more money in actually opposing amnesty than pretending to.

    There are more VOTES in opposing amnesty, but the money is in promoting it, e.g., Eric Cantor.
  31. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    I think it’s okay to call a homosexual a faggot if you put a robust superlative in front of the word faggot, as in “Milo Yiannopoulus is a magnificent faggot.” The rules may be different with lesbians – they aren’t so big on superlatives.

  32. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Nick, I think you’re better at mixed martial arts than at politics. My $0.02 is that you should stick to what you’re good at.

    Anyway, it was awesome that you were sparring with Van Damme.

  33. @Jack Highlands
    Diaz, your verbal style reminds me of another woman's:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMZqS7q7voY

    Nick’s style is not bad for someone who gets hit in the head regularly for a living.

  34. @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    And the incipient God Emperor from television’s Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune. 😮

  35. meh says:
    @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don’t deserve to be taken seriously.

    And yet, here you are, pointing and shrieking like an outraged Church Lady.

    If Steve actually didn’t deserve to be taken seriously you would have never heard of him and you wouldn’t be here trying to act the part of the unofficial unpaid SJW thought police.

  36. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Ann Coulter is a delicate flower.

  37. @Cromwellforever
    I know I'm only one data point, but I'm gay and fine with faggot. It's a slur, but I don't see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.

    I know I’m only one data point, but I’m gay and fine with faggot. It’s a slur, but I don’t see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.

    I’m fine with faggots like you, Cromwell. Purely on an ideological no-homo level, mind you. But you are more than just a data point. Don’t put yourself down.

  38. @pepperinmono
    Wow!
    Coulter not only nailed DJT but the Bern too!
    Amazingly uncannily uniquely prescient!
    She really has her fingers on the radial artery of America like no other.
    Except maybe DJT and Bernie themselves.
    You can visualize her being correct about the general as well.

    > Coulter not only nailed DJT but the Bern too!

    Wow she really gets around!

    (I apologize…)

    And now for something meaningful…

    … I got nothing. Sorry again.

    I do remember when I saw that video 9 months ago or so, I gasped when Ann Coulter answered “Trump” as her pick for the most likely to win. (Did she really say that?…) Saying that looked crazy, provocative, funny (and the crowd certainly laughed), but mostly brave and original. And it made me think. Turns out she was right (though she won’t be fully vindicated unless Trump is elected, of course).

    I’ve come to respect Ann Coulter as a brave and original woman, a dissident, to use John Derbyshire’s term. How she manages to buck trends and be laughed at and dismissed and vituperated, day in, day out, I’ll never know. Respect.

    • Replies: @PistolPete
    I also saw this when it happened, and thought Trump was obviousky going to take it all. Was her prediction that hard? He was in the lead from day one, and hammering away at the most important topic are country faces, demographic replacement. Was she the only one to call it? To me it was obvious from the beginning... Not to humble brag, and I'm nobody...
  39. Clyde says:
    @Travis
    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb. Even Democrats will fear any amnesty bills and will vote to build a wall. Politicians care about getting elected, they will not destroy their careers with amnesty proposals. Their main objective is in obtaining power. Even under Obama and Bush they could not get congress to pass amnesty, although they both pushed for it. Obama could have easily passed amnesty when he had a democratic congress, but he chose to push for Obamacare.

    If Trump is elected, I have little doubt he will build a wall along our southern border. He knows how to build stuff. It will help him get re-elected. It will be much more difficult to get trade deals reworked. It will be easier to accomplish his foreign policy objectives, getting Europe to pay more for NATO, getting Japan to pay more for our defense force. Even banning muslims will be easier than getting NAFTA altered, but he can use the corporate tax code to encourage more firms to invest in the US, by reducing the corporate tax rate for firms that invest in America. Apple alone has $200 billion in foreign bank accounts, they cannot bring this cash back to the US now, but more favorable tax rates would encourage these global firms to bring back the capital and re-invest in America.

    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb.

    And look what happened to ¡Jeb’s $75 guacamole bowls. What did happen to ¡Jeb’s $75 guacamole bowls? Consigned to the dustbin of cracked pottery?

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    I mentioned a couple months ago that Trump should buy all the remaining Jeb! guac bowls and have staffers stack them in a pyramid like the skulls of the vanquished.

    It could still happen!
    , @Jim Don Bob
    Still available here: http://www.thedailymeal.com/news/entertain/after-dropping-out-election-jeb-bush-now-handles-customer-support-guacamole-bowl-sales/022316.

    None on Ebay.
  40. @Priss Factor
    Black politics turned into a culture of complaint. Even white Libs got sick of it even as they kept mum. So, Clinton came up with New Democrats. And people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton were loathed even by white Libs. White Libs kept up the alliance but never would have supported such people.

    Obama's winning touch in 2008 was he wasn't part of this Culture of Complaint. Or he kept it under wraps with his bogus charm and smiles. He seemed like a clean-cut Negro who wanted to have a conversation than complain and bitch incessantly.

    I think after 8 yrs, people have wised up to the fact that he is just a weasel punk.
    In a way, Obama didn't have to complain much since he could coast on the media promoting him, big money being behind him, and the 2008 financial crisis that, on top of Iraq fiasco, dealt the GOP a bad hand.
    No political candidate had it so easy as Obama as in 2008. Crisis, money, media, academia, pop culture, cult of hope, and the world(that was sick of Bush II and uneasy about insane McCain) all on his side.

    Anyway, Trump's appeal is different. He is a white guy who complains. Sometimes, he complains loudly, even lewdly. His is a white culture of complaint.

    For the longest time, white guys didn't complain. It was part of Anglo legacy. It seemed improper or gauche for a white man to complain and bitch. In 1992, the media were totally biased against Bush I, but Bush never complained about the media. It just wasn't his style. It was beneath him to complain and be seen as a sourpuss.
    It was the Anglo-American style of being aloof of petty stuff and maintaining decorum. Nixon was hated because he tended to sometimes complain, mostly famously with 'you won't have a nixon to kick around anymore.'.

    For the longest time, there was no reason for privileged white males to complain. They had just about everything. Their kind had controlled and dominated US history from the beginning. Both the 'right' and 'left' were all white males.
    They were on the dollar bills. They controlled the military and media and banks and academia and so much more.
    They could afford to be dignified, mannered, and magnanimous since they held all the cards of power.

    But over the yrs, this outlook and stance got thinner and thinner. It was less andless backed by real power, real influence, real reach, real respect.
    The elite institutions increasingly came to be taken over by the GLOB.
    MLK and even Tubman came to tower over white males as the real moral founders of America.
    The Immigrant Narrative eclipsed the Settler Narrative.
    White Bashing, esp white male bashing, became a national sport in media and academia.
    White males lost in sports and music. Some even debased themselves via cuck culture.

    When white males held all the power, prestige, and privilege, they could be above the culture of complaint. Let those with less fortunes in life complain since they had reasons to. As for whites who dominated much of everything, their role was to lead and inspire, not complain.

    But white males no longer have prestige. Some have power and privilege but only condition that they work against the identity and interests of their own race.

    So, white dignity and magnanimity are now just a hollow charade.
    There are REAL BIG problems confronting the white community. It is now time for white complaint.
    And Trump tapped into this.

    You can't act high-born and aloof
    when your ass is for the GLOB to boof.

    If you're the bitch, you better bitch.

    Good analysis.

  41. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    It’s hard to tell if this is satire or a legit comment. The shift to gays is confusing if not telling.

    • Replies: @anonymous

    It’s hard to tell if this is satire or a legit comment. The shift to gays is confusing if not telling.
     
    That commenter has been around for awhile now and he's not engaging in satire. He's a hysterically shrill homosexual who goes off like this and rants his hatred of the straight white world. He's named himself after the MMA fighter on whom he obviously has a man-crush. They're like that you know.
  42. Ed says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    I don’t think the wall will get built frankly I’ve always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do. Now during the process is it possible for some kind of deal to be worked out for say Dreamers? I think so but in the main I think he’ll enforce immigration law so much so that many illegal immigrants may just up & leave on their own.

    • Replies: @PistolPete
    Personally, I'm not a fan of the wall for the same reason Ron Paul isn't. Also I can see myself having to make a clean brake for Mexico one day, and that wall will end that hope. Honestly, good, common sense(racial profiling) enforcement would do the job just as effectively...
    , @Massimo Heitor

    I don’t think the wall will get built frankly I’ve always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do.
     
    I would absolutely bet on a border wall. And Mexico will pay for it probably through a tax on remittances or some trade tariff.
  43. Bee says:
    @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    Exactly. His mother literally hopped off the boat in the early 1930s and decided to stay a while (roughly 76 years, as it turned out).

    Donald Trump has a single American-born ancestor (his father) and thus would be the most foreign president since Woodrow Wilson.

    Since Wilson, there’s been only one U.S. president who didn’t have a single American-born great-grandparent, and that was, of course, Ronald Reagan.

  44. @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    Oh, and also JFK, although there’s some debate about whether one of his great-grandparents was born in the U.S. or Ireland.

  45. @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    His mother was a MacLeod from the Outer Hebrides. I see Trumpism as a sort of American version of a Jacobite uprising (Make America Great Again = restore the Stuarts). So I think it’s totally fitting that a Highlander is leading it

  46. Look at that panel!!! It looks like the Animal House delta tau chi party with Ann as popular kids and Matt Lewis et al playing the role of Jugdish.

    It’s fun to wake up early in the East and see that you’ve had s busy night. Keep it up.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    That would be the party at Omega Theta Pi.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuFCaIAnETk
  47. Ilana Mercer was even more prescient.

  48. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults

    then …

    Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy,

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged [sic] hag

    She is the harlot

    that crazy woman

    She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual [sic].

    irrational and odious extremists who don’t deserve to be taken seriously

    Where I come from, dignity and respect for another’s point of view are not quite dead.

  49. @Jefferson
    "I hear he’s part Scotch-Irish on whom NY Jewish style rubbed off on him."

    Donald Trump is not half Scots-Irish, his maternal ancestry is regular Scottish like James McAvoy from X-Men.

    His mother was from the Outer Hebrides and his father was the son of immigrants from Rheinland-Pfalz.

  50. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    Charles Cooke? You kid right?

    “He’ll have to go back” -Trump

    Oh, and here is the limey being smarmy and smug towards pro-American Coulter:

  51. @Massimo Heitor

    While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks
     
    Those guys are complete assholes and fully deserve deportation even if they were born here. Many other Mexicans/Mestizo Americans are actually voting for Trump. And many are quite sympathetic with concerns of white people. Tons of white people are hating on Trump and his fans just as hard. Do you think Michael Moore and Bill De Blasio and Jeremy Corbyn and Justin Trudeau are friends to this crowd?

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn't pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren't mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I'd actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.

    “And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn’t pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren’t mooching.”

    Naw, they’re just driving down wages, allowing employers to delay automation and causing education and healthcare costs to skyrocket. Oh, and they’re also destroying supply and demand signals to be completely perverted.

    The white underclass, if wages, bennies, conditions etc., improve sufficiently, could and would do these jobs. It’s one of the – genuine – benefits of the free market. But having all those lazy (they can’t even be bothered to finish the free-to-them high school that’s getting thrown at them! the upwardly Jewish immigrants of yesteryear would have regarded them as lazy, squawking potatoes) Mestizos around lets them off the hook on things like labor conditions and automation.

    It’s always astonishing, how many people rail against mooching and ignore the one free market incentive that would drive people into decent work and lessen the need for government benefits.

  52. @European-American
    > Coulter not only nailed DJT but the Bern too!

    Wow she really gets around!

    (I apologize...)

    And now for something meaningful...

    ... I got nothing. Sorry again.

    I do remember when I saw that video 9 months ago or so, I gasped when Ann Coulter answered "Trump" as her pick for the most likely to win. (Did she really say that?...) Saying that looked crazy, provocative, funny (and the crowd certainly laughed), but mostly brave and original. And it made me think. Turns out she was right (though she won't be fully vindicated unless Trump is elected, of course).

    I've come to respect Ann Coulter as a brave and original woman, a dissident, to use John Derbyshire's term. How she manages to buck trends and be laughed at and dismissed and vituperated, day in, day out, I'll never know. Respect.

    I also saw this when it happened, and thought Trump was obviousky going to take it all. Was her prediction that hard? He was in the lead from day one, and hammering away at the most important topic are country faces, demographic replacement. Was she the only one to call it? To me it was obvious from the beginning… Not to humble brag, and I’m nobody…

  53. @Ed
    I don't think the wall will get built frankly I've always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do. Now during the process is it possible for some kind of deal to be worked out for say Dreamers? I think so but in the main I think he'll enforce immigration law so much so that many illegal immigrants may just up & leave on their own.

    Personally, I’m not a fan of the wall for the same reason Ron Paul isn’t. Also I can see myself having to make a clean brake for Mexico one day, and that wall will end that hope. Honestly, good, common sense(racial profiling) enforcement would do the job just as effectively…

  54. @TWS
    She was clearly the smartest person at the table. And the kicker? The latino says, "Take off the I hate you sign". While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport. Make it hard, make it swift, make it ugly and they will self deport. Don't break up families send junior packing with mom and dad.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport.

    Matt Lewis — major cuck. After nearly a year of the Overton Window being open, it’s clear that the “conservative” Lewis and the treasonous Gutierrez are of the same political faction.

    The magic dirt theory — and corporate money — blinds these fools in not seeing how ethno-interests really work. Whether it was helots in Sparta, Germans in the Sudetenland, or protestants in Ulster, there will inevitably be a struggle for national resources between groups. Whether a minority is actually oppressed or not, there will always be a claim of disparity in order win more power.

  55. @Priss Factor
    Black politics turned into a culture of complaint. Even white Libs got sick of it even as they kept mum. So, Clinton came up with New Democrats. And people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton were loathed even by white Libs. White Libs kept up the alliance but never would have supported such people.

    Obama's winning touch in 2008 was he wasn't part of this Culture of Complaint. Or he kept it under wraps with his bogus charm and smiles. He seemed like a clean-cut Negro who wanted to have a conversation than complain and bitch incessantly.

    I think after 8 yrs, people have wised up to the fact that he is just a weasel punk.
    In a way, Obama didn't have to complain much since he could coast on the media promoting him, big money being behind him, and the 2008 financial crisis that, on top of Iraq fiasco, dealt the GOP a bad hand.
    No political candidate had it so easy as Obama as in 2008. Crisis, money, media, academia, pop culture, cult of hope, and the world(that was sick of Bush II and uneasy about insane McCain) all on his side.

    Anyway, Trump's appeal is different. He is a white guy who complains. Sometimes, he complains loudly, even lewdly. His is a white culture of complaint.

    For the longest time, white guys didn't complain. It was part of Anglo legacy. It seemed improper or gauche for a white man to complain and bitch. In 1992, the media were totally biased against Bush I, but Bush never complained about the media. It just wasn't his style. It was beneath him to complain and be seen as a sourpuss.
    It was the Anglo-American style of being aloof of petty stuff and maintaining decorum. Nixon was hated because he tended to sometimes complain, mostly famously with 'you won't have a nixon to kick around anymore.'.

    For the longest time, there was no reason for privileged white males to complain. They had just about everything. Their kind had controlled and dominated US history from the beginning. Both the 'right' and 'left' were all white males.
    They were on the dollar bills. They controlled the military and media and banks and academia and so much more.
    They could afford to be dignified, mannered, and magnanimous since they held all the cards of power.

    But over the yrs, this outlook and stance got thinner and thinner. It was less andless backed by real power, real influence, real reach, real respect.
    The elite institutions increasingly came to be taken over by the GLOB.
    MLK and even Tubman came to tower over white males as the real moral founders of America.
    The Immigrant Narrative eclipsed the Settler Narrative.
    White Bashing, esp white male bashing, became a national sport in media and academia.
    White males lost in sports and music. Some even debased themselves via cuck culture.

    When white males held all the power, prestige, and privilege, they could be above the culture of complaint. Let those with less fortunes in life complain since they had reasons to. As for whites who dominated much of everything, their role was to lead and inspire, not complain.

    But white males no longer have prestige. Some have power and privilege but only condition that they work against the identity and interests of their own race.

    So, white dignity and magnanimity are now just a hollow charade.
    There are REAL BIG problems confronting the white community. It is now time for white complaint.
    And Trump tapped into this.

    You can't act high-born and aloof
    when your ass is for the GLOB to boof.

    If you're the bitch, you better bitch.

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.

    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.
     
    Evidence?

    I've heard this crowd rail against Eric Holder as some black nationalist, but I haven't seen it myself. He's very well spoken. His biggest scandals were with gun running which were completely non-racial. Holder's team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn't break any laws. Holder has expressed sympathy with Black Lives Matters, which is awful, but that's as far as I've seen him go.

    Law and order Rudy Giuliani praised Loretta Lynch. Lynch has supported removal of Confederate Flags, which I don't like, but other than that, I don't know what she's done.

    Obama is clever enough not to say anything too outrageous. Reading his autobiography, he is very much a polite black nationalist. Many of his nominations and policies are explicitly intended as white->black (or hispanic) racial redistribution.

    , @Priss Factor
    It's now gonna be Trump vs Media.

    And Trump's template is well-poised for this.

    Media treated McCain and Romney unfairly. But McCain and Romney kept their heads up as if the referee and sports commentators were fair and professional.

    The template of McCain and Romney was the Magnanimous White Man with the Presidential Style.
    Privately, McCain is a hothead and Romney is a two-faced weasel, but their public persona was the straight-laced white man who would never get rough-and-tumble. Now, such style is fine IF the media were fair and objective. But the media are not. When the referee is crooked, it has to called out.

    And Trump's template from the beginning was un-presidential. Populist and Macho. fight fire with fire.
    He began the campaign calling counter-foul on the media that calls more fouls on the White GOP Man.
    Media foul-calls have gotten so BS that Trump needs to go with Megyn Kelly Option.
    Fight Back.

    His theme has to be Hillary + Media = collusion. He should call it just that. Collusion.
    Trump appealed to GOP voters by playing the tough guy going against the collusion of establishment + Bushes + Cruz + Kasich + media + pundits + neocons + etc.

    Also, Trump is better poised than previous GOP candidates to play the identity card. He can position himself as the candidate of middle class/working class, citizens, and patriots against Hillary who is for illegals, urban elites, and globalist oligarchs.
    If Hillary plays the Women Card, he should say her foreign policy favored crazy Muslim radicals against secular government and made things less safe for women by encouraging illegal immigration.

    Trump should blow the cover on what happened in 2008 and expose how the media to do the same for Hillary.

    This may make media work even harder against him, but it may also fire up people against the media that is just a propaganda tool. Trump can also say he fought Fox News too and much of Talk Radio.
    Americans like fair play, and if Trump plays this right, he can get much sympathy.

    He just mustn't melt down like Mckenroe. Trump needs to do it like a circus and have fun with it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koE_e_LX4c0
  56. @airgap
    Is there any reason to suggest that Trump actually supported amnesty, as opposed to thinking that saying he supports amnesty would be an expedient thing to do? I don't think that Trump is particularly ideological. If he's just selling what people are buying, there's more money in actually opposing amnesty than pretending to.

    There’s more money in actually opposing amnesty than pretending to.

    There are more VOTES in opposing amnesty, but the money is in promoting it, e.g., Eric Cantor.

  57. @Harry Baldwin
    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.

    Evidence?

    I’ve heard this crowd rail against Eric Holder as some black nationalist, but I haven’t seen it myself. He’s very well spoken. His biggest scandals were with gun running which were completely non-racial. Holder’s team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn’t break any laws. Holder has expressed sympathy with Black Lives Matters, which is awful, but that’s as far as I’ve seen him go.

    Law and order Rudy Giuliani praised Loretta Lynch. Lynch has supported removal of Confederate Flags, which I don’t like, but other than that, I don’t know what she’s done.

    Obama is clever enough not to say anything too outrageous. Reading his autobiography, he is very much a polite black nationalist. Many of his nominations and policies are explicitly intended as white->black (or hispanic) racial redistribution.

    • Replies: @TWS
    Oh and letting the convicted Black Panthers off for election violence but other than that, wait, there was the call for uneven enforcement of the law and sentencing, and that was it, no, sorry there was the investigation of Zimmerman and others for perceived offenses against blackness, but that was it...

    You get the point.
    , @Mr. Anon
    "Holder’s team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn’t break any laws. "

    Why were they investigating it at all?
    , @Priss Factor
    His choice of targets favored black power politics.

    Holder combed Ferguson for the slightest evidence of 'racism'. Not out of professionalism or rule of law but to play black politics.

    He went much easier on Wall Street crooks.
  58. @Ed
    I don't think the wall will get built frankly I've always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do. Now during the process is it possible for some kind of deal to be worked out for say Dreamers? I think so but in the main I think he'll enforce immigration law so much so that many illegal immigrants may just up & leave on their own.

    I don’t think the wall will get built frankly I’ve always taken it as a metaphor for tougher enforcement, which I think he will do.

    I would absolutely bet on a border wall. And Mexico will pay for it probably through a tax on remittances or some trade tariff.

  59. Now let’s pray Ann Coulter doesn’t get a job in the Trump administration.

  60. Nick Diaz says:
    May 4, 2016 at 6:30 am GMT • 200 Words
    harpy…hag…wench…harlot…

    It’s almost as if Nicky Diaz is trying to undermine his own ostensible position (leftism) with mouth-foaming in general, and misogyny in particular. Nicky has always seemed like the type we’d have to invent, if he didn’t exist already, but this one was particularly over-the-top.

  61. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    I think before reading Adios America, Trump hadn’t given illegal immigration much thought. Many in the NE hadn’t. But that book, directly influenced by Sailer here, probably led to Trump’s platform:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/book-party/wp/2015/08/03/did-ann-coulters-new-book-inspire-donald-trumps-mexican-rapists-comment/

  62. Cryptogenic [AKA "Gentile Ben"] says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks
     
    Those guys are complete assholes and fully deserve deportation even if they were born here. Many other Mexicans/Mestizo Americans are actually voting for Trump. And many are quite sympathetic with concerns of white people. Tons of white people are hating on Trump and his fans just as hard. Do you think Michael Moore and Bill De Blasio and Jeremy Corbyn and Justin Trudeau are friends to this crowd?

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn't pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren't mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I'd actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.

    And of course, the white underclass lives on welfare and it isn’t pretty. And there are Mestizo Americans who work their asses off and genuinely aren’t mooching. Obviously, large numbers of Americanized Mestizo immigrants do mooch. I’d actually agree with some of the open border crowd and say cut back on government aid programs and eliminate mooching across all ethnic/citizen groups.

    You do realize that all those Mestizos and Indios are “working their asses off” (I don’t really buy this NAXALT dialectic of good/bad dumb immigrants) doing jobs that will be automated in a few years? Then what will they do? Mooch. Anyone you import with an IQ under 120 is going to be a moocher if they aren’t already.

  63. TWS says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.
     
    Evidence?

    I've heard this crowd rail against Eric Holder as some black nationalist, but I haven't seen it myself. He's very well spoken. His biggest scandals were with gun running which were completely non-racial. Holder's team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn't break any laws. Holder has expressed sympathy with Black Lives Matters, which is awful, but that's as far as I've seen him go.

    Law and order Rudy Giuliani praised Loretta Lynch. Lynch has supported removal of Confederate Flags, which I don't like, but other than that, I don't know what she's done.

    Obama is clever enough not to say anything too outrageous. Reading his autobiography, he is very much a polite black nationalist. Many of his nominations and policies are explicitly intended as white->black (or hispanic) racial redistribution.

    Oh and letting the convicted Black Panthers off for election violence but other than that, wait, there was the call for uneven enforcement of the law and sentencing, and that was it, no, sorry there was the investigation of Zimmerman and others for perceived offenses against blackness, but that was it…

    You get the point.

  64. Speaking of pundits, that nest of cucks at The Federalist is on suicide watch.

  65. anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Ed
    It's hard to tell if this is satire or a legit comment. The shift to gays is confusing if not telling.

    It’s hard to tell if this is satire or a legit comment. The shift to gays is confusing if not telling.

    That commenter has been around for awhile now and he’s not engaging in satire. He’s a hysterically shrill homosexual who goes off like this and rants his hatred of the straight white world. He’s named himself after the MMA fighter on whom he obviously has a man-crush. They’re like that you know.

  66. @Das
    He looks like a squish now, but Romney was actually the most Trumpista candidate the Republican party had ever nominated before Trump.

    We won the nomination by talking about self-deportation and bashing Chinese currency manipulation. He was an enormous change for the better from McCain or Bush.

    “He looks like a squish now, but Romney was actually the most Trumpista candidate the Republican party had ever nominated before Trump.

    We won the nomination by talking about self-deportation and bashing Chinese currency manipulation. He was an enormous change for the better from McCain or Bush.”

    He looks like a squish now because Romney completely backpedaled from his position in the general election. Romney was, and is, a fraud. Then there was Romney’s “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” op-ed in the Times in 2009, part of his cunning plan to win Michigan in 2012. Romney didn’t have any problem with the Bush administration’s bank bailouts in 2008. Romney’s whole campaign slogan may as well have been “Screw you, working man”. People noticed.

  67. @Massimo Heitor

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.
     
    Evidence?

    I've heard this crowd rail against Eric Holder as some black nationalist, but I haven't seen it myself. He's very well spoken. His biggest scandals were with gun running which were completely non-racial. Holder's team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn't break any laws. Holder has expressed sympathy with Black Lives Matters, which is awful, but that's as far as I've seen him go.

    Law and order Rudy Giuliani praised Loretta Lynch. Lynch has supported removal of Confederate Flags, which I don't like, but other than that, I don't know what she's done.

    Obama is clever enough not to say anything too outrageous. Reading his autobiography, he is very much a polite black nationalist. Many of his nominations and policies are explicitly intended as white->black (or hispanic) racial redistribution.

    “Holder’s team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn’t break any laws. ”

    Why were they investigating it at all?

  68. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    “Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word “f-got” can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt.”

    You calling someone else mentally deranged is pretty rich. Your every post is a great big ball of hysterical crazy. Gee, it’s too bad the other kids called you faggot – it’s really high time that you got over it. Or, just stop posting here. You won’t be missed. A sentiment that I’m sure is expressed everyplace you vacate.

  69. I would absolutely bet on a border wall. And Mexico will pay for it probably through a tax on remittances or some trade tariff.

    It’s funny to hear media tards’ exasperation over stuff like this. “OMG wow just wow, do you really believe Trump can make Mexico pay for a wall? WTF?”

    1. Wanting to build the wall is the important thing. Yuuuuge. This alone short-circuits libtard brains.
    2. Nobody really gives a shit how it gets paid for. That ship sailed after the umpity-whateverith billion in national debt.
    3. Remittances, stupid.

  70. The real source of liberal exasperation/stupefaction is how fragile their control is proving to be.

  71. @Clyde

    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb.
     
    And look what happened to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls. What did happen to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls? Consigned to the dustbin of cracked pottery?

    I mentioned a couple months ago that Trump should buy all the remaining Jeb! guac bowls and have staffers stack them in a pyramid like the skulls of the vanquished.

    It could still happen!

    • Replies: @Clyde

    I mentioned a couple months ago that Trump should buy all the remaining Jeb! guac bowls and have staffers stack them in a pyramid like the skulls of the vanquished.
     
    Like ye ol Aztec skull racks! https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Aztec+skull+racks&FORM=HDRSC2 It was a Mayan/Aztec mashup but Apocalypto is one of my top ten movies.
  72. @Cromwellforever
    I know I'm only one data point, but I'm gay and fine with faggot. It's a slur, but I don't see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.

    I always liked the word poofter. What do you think Cromwellforever? How about homo?

  73. @Clyde

    Trump will not get re-elected if he passes amnesty. Few in congress will try and pass an amnesty bill after Trump wins in November. It is now career suicide, look what happened to Cantor, Rubio, Jeb.
     
    And look what happened to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls. What did happen to ¡Jeb's $75 guacamole bowls? Consigned to the dustbin of cracked pottery?
    • Replies: @Clyde
    I found this gem at your link-

    We do hope that Jeb reveals a guacamole recipe of sorts — at least we know it won’t involve peas.
    You don't put peas in guacamole https://t.co/kG3ewrVv6f
    — Jeb Bush (@JebBush) July 1, 2015
     
  74. Ahem…It’s always nice to be proven right.

    Now it’s on to November, when Trump will win again.

    “The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony.”

    — Donald Trump, Mayflower Speech, 27 April 2016

    Americans are catching on to this truth. There are more latent nationalists in this country than people realize.

    ****=== America First ===****

  75. Priss Factor [AKA "Polly Perkins"] says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.
     
    Evidence?

    I've heard this crowd rail against Eric Holder as some black nationalist, but I haven't seen it myself. He's very well spoken. His biggest scandals were with gun running which were completely non-racial. Holder's team ruled that Michael Brown did not have his hands up and that the cop involved didn't break any laws. Holder has expressed sympathy with Black Lives Matters, which is awful, but that's as far as I've seen him go.

    Law and order Rudy Giuliani praised Loretta Lynch. Lynch has supported removal of Confederate Flags, which I don't like, but other than that, I don't know what she's done.

    Obama is clever enough not to say anything too outrageous. Reading his autobiography, he is very much a polite black nationalist. Many of his nominations and policies are explicitly intended as white->black (or hispanic) racial redistribution.

    His choice of targets favored black power politics.

    Holder combed Ferguson for the slightest evidence of ‘racism’. Not out of professionalism or rule of law but to play black politics.

    He went much easier on Wall Street crooks.

  76. Priss Factor [AKA "Polly Perkins"] says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    Obama is clever. Generally, he gets other blacks to do his complaining for him so he can remain above the fray. Eric Holder and now Loretta Lynch do it for him. When he slips and does the complaining himself he ends up with egg on his face, as in the the Skippy Gates, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown cases.

    It’s now gonna be Trump vs Media.

    And Trump’s template is well-poised for this.

    Media treated McCain and Romney unfairly. But McCain and Romney kept their heads up as if the referee and sports commentators were fair and professional.

    The template of McCain and Romney was the Magnanimous White Man with the Presidential Style.
    Privately, McCain is a hothead and Romney is a two-faced weasel, but their public persona was the straight-laced white man who would never get rough-and-tumble. Now, such style is fine IF the media were fair and objective. But the media are not. When the referee is crooked, it has to called out.

    And Trump’s template from the beginning was un-presidential. Populist and Macho. fight fire with fire.
    He began the campaign calling counter-foul on the media that calls more fouls on the White GOP Man.
    Media foul-calls have gotten so BS that Trump needs to go with Megyn Kelly Option.
    Fight Back.

    His theme has to be Hillary + Media = collusion. He should call it just that. Collusion.
    Trump appealed to GOP voters by playing the tough guy going against the collusion of establishment + Bushes + Cruz + Kasich + media + pundits + neocons + etc.

    Also, Trump is better poised than previous GOP candidates to play the identity card. He can position himself as the candidate of middle class/working class, citizens, and patriots against Hillary who is for illegals, urban elites, and globalist oligarchs.
    If Hillary plays the Women Card, he should say her foreign policy favored crazy Muslim radicals against secular government and made things less safe for women by encouraging illegal immigration.

    Trump should blow the cover on what happened in 2008 and expose how the media to do the same for Hillary.

    This may make media work even harder against him, but it may also fire up people against the media that is just a propaganda tool. Trump can also say he fought Fox News too and much of Talk Radio.
    Americans like fair play, and if Trump plays this right, he can get much sympathy.

    He just mustn’t melt down like Mckenroe. Trump needs to do it like a circus and have fun with it.

  77. Gutierrez refers to the coalition of the fringes all but in name

  78. @reiner tor

    “Nick’s style is not bad for someone who gets hit in the head regularly for a living.”

    Who would’ve known? To me, all you conservatives who post on this blog strike me as people who got choked on your own umbilical cords at birth and suffered brain damage for life due to hypoxia. You are, seriously, some of the dumbest people I’ve had the displeasure of communicating with in my life.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    Don't let the (virtual) door hit you in the butt when you leave. It might damage your brain.
  79. @Jefferson
    Donald Trump will eventually go down as one of the top 5 most famous Americans of all time. He is well known among Americans from The Greatest Generation, The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z.

    Even a Hillbilly Hermit living in a rural shack in the middle of nowhere similar to the one Jason Voorhees lived in Friday The 13th, knows who Donald Trump is. Probably the only Americans who have never heard of Donald Trump are the Amish.

    Was just thinking of this; those statues they were gonna build for Ron Paul (until he changed his views on immigration) will now be dedicated to the Donald (assuming he delivers on simply half of what he promises).

  80. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    Yes, there is a chance that Trump will screw us over and sacrifice what is left of the American nation on the alter of Globalism. But there is/was a 100% certainty that every one else running would have done that dastardly deed.

  81. @Jack D
    And the audience laughs uproariously, as if she has just suggested that Bozo the Clown will be the nominee, or maybe some B-actor known for making movies with chimps. And the other panelists make faces. He who laughs last laughs best.

    Reminds me of that old saw about evolution–that nature bats last.

    Evolution also has the last laugh.

  82. Adios Amigo=Uncle Tom’s Cabin
    Over the top?

    • Replies: @MEH 0910

    Adios Amigo=Uncle Tom’s Cabin
    Over the top?
     
    Just a correction - it's Adios America. Over the top? I don't think so. It's been opined already by David Frum:
    America's Immigration Challenge

    What seems to have changed Trump’s mind is a book: Adios America by Ann Coulter. The phrase “political book of the year” is a usually an empty compliment, but if the phrase ever described any book, Adios America is it. In its pages, Trump found the message that would convulse the Republican primary and upend the dynastic hopes of former-frontrunner Jeb Bush. Perhaps no single writer has had such immediate impact on a presidential election since Harriet Beecher Stowe.
     
  83. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Nick, Nick, Nick! Why do you bother showing up here with your congenital idiocy? It’s so easy to pick apart your twaddle. It’s almost not even fair; but I’m not a very fair guy, so here goes.

    “Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word “f-got” can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults.”

    Schoolyard taunts ARE ok, because they are perfectly normal. So yes, I can and should be able to call you a faggot (oh, how I love the way you wrote “f-got,” a veritable apotheosis of the bed wetting mind!) if I want to, because everyone knows what it means. There’s an episode of “South Park” about this. I suggest you watch it and learn something.

    “Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won’t use the oil anyway.”

    She is of course correct. The problem is we invade the countries and DON’T steal the oil, which is just stupid. Better to not invade the countries AT ALL, but muh Israel and all that jackwaller.

    Oh, are you suggesting Arab nations are NOT backwards with corrupt governments? The entire history of life on planet earth says otherwise.

    “She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a “religion of hate”.

    Oh but you see, Nicky boy, the American Constitution (and I LOVE the way you pretend to care about it! a veritable apotheosis of hypocritical pant soiling!) entirely ALLOWS for public schools to discriminate because that takes place at the state and local level. Of course, 100 years of jewrispurdence has corrupted the national thinking around this issue, but THE CONSTITUTION, which you of course would DIE for, does not in the least prohibit any sort of local religious discrimination whatsoever.

    “She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual.”

    No Nicky, she has none of these things. Why do you hate women so much? Are YOU secretely (or, perhaps, obviously) a transexual? That would explain your frightened projection on this topic, a veritable apotheosis of progressive projection!

  84. @Nick Diaz
    @reiner tor

    "Nick’s style is not bad for someone who gets hit in the head regularly for a living."

    Who would've known? To me, all you conservatives who post on this blog strike me as people who got choked on your own umbilical cords at birth and suffered brain damage for life due to hypoxia. You are, seriously, some of the dumbest people I've had the displeasure of communicating with in my life.

    Don’t let the (virtual) door hit you in the butt when you leave. It might damage your brain.

  85. @Jefferson
    Donald Trump needs to win over voters who are obsessed with celebrities and want to see them in positions of power. I am talking about voters who are star struck by the likes of Jesse The Body Ventura & Arnold Schwarzenegger and would have no problem voting for them.

    Trump already has a lot of the those voters. The problem is this is a more conventional two way race. Neither of those celebrity candidates received 50% of the vote. Ventura won with 37% against two remarkably bad candidates and Arnold won a recall election. I have thought from the beginning this would have been the best way for Trump to go, run as an independent or hijack a small party for ballot access and try to get 40%.

    Trump’s negative polling numbers are very high and he makes too many unforced errors. It will be difficult for him to beat Hillary. He still has a better shot than Cruz did.

  86. @TWS
    She was clearly the smartest person at the table. And the kicker? The latino says, "Take off the I hate you sign". While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport. Make it hard, make it swift, make it ugly and they will self deport. Don't break up families send junior packing with mom and dad.

    Did you read one sign the Latino car-wrecking rioters held: You owe us free housing, no taxes, free schooling & health care because CA used to be Mexico & you stole it. ??!!! Should we feel guilty over history 300 yrs ago? This is how wars start…over land rights.

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    I have to ask where you went to school because 1848 is not even 200 years ago as yet.
  87. 84 comments in and I can’t believe I’m the first to pick up on the fact that Sailer’s title is false:

    1)The post’s title is saying that in this video Coulter called Trump winning the nomination. She did no such thing. Maher asked her which Republican candidate would have the best shot in the general election, to which she replied “Trump.” She made no prediction about who would win the GOP nomination at any point.

    2)It’s even worse than that. Sailer’s post is implying Coulter had some salient analysis that resulted in a particularly perceptive prediction. In fact, her actual prediction is almost certainly false. When the Trump train was just leaving the station, I recall the betting markets had the Dems winning the White House at 60/40. Now that Trump is a mortal lock to be the nominee the odds have shifted to 71/29. IOW, the most predictive source of knowledge we have is saying that Trump was not only not the best shot for Republicans to win the general, he is a horrifically bad choice if electoral success is your metric.

    Now, it’s possible Coulter could still turn out to be right, and at that time I would happily give her and Steve their propers. But if your current belief is that Coulter is right (ie Trump gives the GOP the best shot), then I’d happily give you action on Trump being the next president and laying you 3:2.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Trump currently has the best shot of the Republican candidates to win the general election since he is still running and nobody else is.
  88. Watching that video – Matt Lewis is such a pathetic ignorant cuck.

  89. @pepperinmono
    Adios Amigo=Uncle Tom's Cabin
    Over the top?

    Adios Amigo=Uncle Tom’s Cabin
    Over the top?

    Just a correction – it’s Adios America. Over the top? I don’t think so. It’s been opined already by David Frum:
    America’s Immigration Challenge

    What seems to have changed Trump’s mind is a book: Adios America by Ann Coulter. The phrase “political book of the year” is a usually an empty compliment, but if the phrase ever described any book, Adios America is it. In its pages, Trump found the message that would convulse the Republican primary and upend the dynastic hopes of former-frontrunner Jeb Bush. Perhaps no single writer has had such immediate impact on a presidential election since Harriet Beecher Stowe.

  90. @TWS
    She was clearly the smartest person at the table. And the kicker? The latino says, "Take off the I hate you sign". While literally Mexicans have been holding up the Mexican flags and screaming fuck you at Americans for forever now starting riots and assaulting the people paying for their Medicare and Welfare checks.

    The cuck tried to ask what she wanted to do with all the illegals. The answer is clearly deport. Make it hard, make it swift, make it ugly and they will self deport. Don't break up families send junior packing with mom and dad.

    “Cuck:What do you do with 13 million illegals who are here?”

    Derp…the same thing with do with every other criminal in the country, dummy. Enforce the law. No one ever says “We can’t catch every drunk driver, so let’s give drunk drivers amnesty and a permit to drive drunk legally” do they?

  91. @Josh Wexler
    84 comments in and I can't believe I'm the first to pick up on the fact that Sailer's title is false:

    1)The post's title is saying that in this video Coulter called Trump winning the nomination. She did no such thing. Maher asked her which Republican candidate would have the best shot in the general election, to which she replied "Trump." She made no prediction about who would win the GOP nomination at any point.

    2)It's even worse than that. Sailer's post is implying Coulter had some salient analysis that resulted in a particularly perceptive prediction. In fact, her actual prediction is almost certainly false. When the Trump train was just leaving the station, I recall the betting markets had the Dems winning the White House at 60/40. Now that Trump is a mortal lock to be the nominee the odds have shifted to 71/29. IOW, the most predictive source of knowledge we have is saying that Trump was not only not the best shot for Republicans to win the general, he is a horrifically bad choice if electoral success is your metric.

    Now, it's possible Coulter could still turn out to be right, and at that time I would happily give her and Steve their propers. But if your current belief is that Coulter is right (ie Trump gives the GOP the best shot), then I'd happily give you action on Trump being the next president and laying you 3:2.

    Trump currently has the best shot of the Republican candidates to win the general election since he is still running and nobody else is.

    • Replies: @Josh Wexler
    Maybe you're being cheeky and I just can't pick up the tone. If so, ok. If not...cmon, man. The premise of the question was clearly: who was the most electable in the general ceteris paribus, not who is most likely to win the nomination and therefore most likely to win the general. Otherwise he would have just asked "Who has the best shot of being the nominee?"

    Most recent Taki column is great reading. Thanks for it.
  92. I am enjoying this election because, at last:

    The old order is rapidly fading….”

  93. Ann Coulter for Vice President!

    It would be the first time a presidential candidate picked his assassination insurance that was effective because his replacement would be TOO competent!

    • Disagree: BB753
  94. Who would’ve known? To me, all you conservatives who post on this blog strike me as people who got choked on your own umbilical cords at birth and suffered brain damage for life due to hypoxia. You are, seriously, some of the dumbest people I’ve had the displeasure of communicating with in my life.

    Have to admit, I never noticed that you’re probably a homosexual until 1. your misogynistic rant and 2. anon & Mr. Anon called you a homosexual.

    You’ve been shown up as stupid (a trait which I’m careful to distinguish from ignorance) too many times here (several times by yours truly) to worry much about your assessments of anyone’s intellect.

    This isn’t new. I’ve noticed that stupid people are often the first to call people stupid. It’s even more amusing when the people they’re accusing are clearly the smarter party (also not as rare as you’d think).

  95. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    As you are wondering about AC’s sex, why not tip your coffer of vile insults and declare that the scoundrel is, more than anything, a rascal and rogue.

  96. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    I don’t see him dropping his most popular plank, in addition to being guided by Sen. Sessions and staff.

  97. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    “Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word ‘f-got’ can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt.”

    This is clearly a personal cause of yours, Captain Sodomite.

    #itsnothing2celebrate

  98. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @CONNIE
    Did you read one sign the Latino car-wrecking rioters held: You owe us free housing, no taxes, free schooling & health care because CA used to be Mexico & you stole it. ??!!! Should we feel guilty over history 300 yrs ago? This is how wars start...over land rights.

    I have to ask where you went to school because 1848 is not even 200 years ago as yet.

    • Replies: @athEIst
    Mexico did not declare its independence from Spain until 1828 so California was Mexican for twenty years.
  99. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    I’ve noticed time and again, Gay dudes get particularly shrill once they pass the age of 50. Usually childless, and irrelevant within their own culture, their predisposition towards Nihilsm kicks into overdrive, and wild, perverse missives like the one above ensues in assorted comments sections, ad nauseum.

    That is, they tend to act like a mean, 14 year old girl who has discovered her abusive dad’s liquor cabinet.

    Not a pretty sight you are, Nick. Speak to your pastor, or rabbi, and change your ways before its too late. Dying as a mean old queen is no way to go out, Nick.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    Good observation. I've also noticed that many childless WOMEN tend to become more bitter, unpleasant, anti-male, and just plain strange once they reach their 40s and more so their 50s.

    It's sad for them and for the rest of us, but not at all surprising. That will happen when one goes against one's nature, forsaking the opportunity to create, nurture, protect, and teach new little human beings; giving and receiving the uniquely strong and pure love that children bring; sacrificing for one's own offspring; having a noble purpose that is vital for the perpetuation and success of one's family and nation (nation, not government or "country"); knowing that someone will be here who looks and sounds somewhat like you and hopefully shares some positive values that you've taught and shown, who can do good in the world after you're gone.

    That can't be replaced by cats, by close "girlfriends", by travel, by hooking up, by alcohol or drugs, by lefty man-hating politics, by anything. And they know it and feel it.

  100. @Steve Sailer
    Trump currently has the best shot of the Republican candidates to win the general election since he is still running and nobody else is.

    Maybe you’re being cheeky and I just can’t pick up the tone. If so, ok. If not…cmon, man. The premise of the question was clearly: who was the most electable in the general ceteris paribus, not who is most likely to win the nomination and therefore most likely to win the general. Otherwise he would have just asked “Who has the best shot of being the nominee?”

    Most recent Taki column is great reading. Thanks for it.

  101. @The most deplorable one
    I have to ask where you went to school because 1848 is not even 200 years ago as yet.

    Mexico did not declare its independence from Spain until 1828 so California was Mexican for twenty years.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    And there was a semi-military rebellion by Californios against Mexican rule. In my neighborhood the Californios fought the Mexican Army in 1845 at the Battle of Cahuenga Pass. But it wasn't much of a battle because the cannons were set up just out of range of each other. Eventually, the artillerymen on opposite sides who were doing most of the fighting recognized each other as fellow Yankees.
  102. @athEIst
    Mexico did not declare its independence from Spain until 1828 so California was Mexican for twenty years.

    And there was a semi-military rebellion by Californios against Mexican rule. In my neighborhood the Californios fought the Mexican Army in 1845 at the Battle of Cahuenga Pass. But it wasn’t much of a battle because the cannons were set up just out of range of each other. Eventually, the artillerymen on opposite sides who were doing most of the fighting recognized each other as fellow Yankees.

  103. @Nick Diaz
    @Steve Sailer

    "She who laughs last, laughs best"

    The fact that you exalt Ann Coulter, who is clearly a mentally ill harpy, and link to videos of hers indicating that you believe that she has credibility, puts you in the category of irrational and odious extremists who don't deserve to be taken seriously.

    Ann Coulter is the dereanged hag who said that the word "f-got" can be used and is not offensive to gays because it is just a school yard taunt. As if school yard taunts were ok, and as if school yard taunts somehow were exempt from being offensive to adults. Ann Coulter is the wench who said that invading Arab countries and stealing their oil is ok because those countries are backwards with corrupt governments and won't use the oil anyway. She is the harlot who said that it is ok to enforce Christian teachings at public schools because America is a Christian nation, in clear violation of the Constitution which establishes America as a laic state, while prohibiting Islam because it is a "religion of hate".

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.

    Your voice is so distant. Like it’s coming from the other side of a wall.

  104. @Jim Don Bob
    Still available here: http://www.thedailymeal.com/news/entertain/after-dropping-out-election-jeb-bush-now-handles-customer-support-guacamole-bowl-sales/022316.

    None on Ebay.

    I found this gem at your link-

    We do hope that Jeb reveals a guacamole recipe of sorts — at least we know it won’t involve peas.
    You don’t put peas in guacamole https://t.co/kG3ewrVv6f
    — Jeb Bush (@JebBush) July 1, 2015

  105. @Cromwellforever
    I know I'm only one data point, but I'm gay and fine with faggot. It's a slur, but I don't see it as being any worse than a four letter profanity.

    A gay friend says he’s a fag, not a homo.

  106. @Danindc
    Look at that panel!!! It looks like the Animal House delta tau chi party with Ann as popular kids and Matt Lewis et al playing the role of Jugdish.

    It's fun to wake up early in the East and see that you've had s busy night. Keep it up.

    That would be the party at Omega Theta Pi.

  107. @V Vega

    Sailer shows his true extremist colors with his demonstrations of endearment towards that crazy woman. Actually, scratch that. She has the voice, demeanor and brow ridge of a man. Maybe she is secretly a transexual. How hilarious it would be if homophobe conservative Steve Sailer realized that his heroine is actually a man in drag.
     
    I've noticed time and again, Gay dudes get particularly shrill once they pass the age of 50. Usually childless, and irrelevant within their own culture, their predisposition towards Nihilsm kicks into overdrive, and wild, perverse missives like the one above ensues in assorted comments sections, ad nauseum.

    That is, they tend to act like a mean, 14 year old girl who has discovered her abusive dad's liquor cabinet.

    Not a pretty sight you are, Nick. Speak to your pastor, or rabbi, and change your ways before its too late. Dying as a mean old queen is no way to go out, Nick.

    Good observation. I’ve also noticed that many childless WOMEN tend to become more bitter, unpleasant, anti-male, and just plain strange once they reach their 40s and more so their 50s.

    It’s sad for them and for the rest of us, but not at all surprising. That will happen when one goes against one’s nature, forsaking the opportunity to create, nurture, protect, and teach new little human beings; giving and receiving the uniquely strong and pure love that children bring; sacrificing for one’s own offspring; having a noble purpose that is vital for the perpetuation and success of one’s family and nation (nation, not government or “country”); knowing that someone will be here who looks and sounds somewhat like you and hopefully shares some positive values that you’ve taught and shown, who can do good in the world after you’re gone.

    That can’t be replaced by cats, by close “girlfriends”, by travel, by hooking up, by alcohol or drugs, by lefty man-hating politics, by anything. And they know it and feel it.

  108. @Priss Factor
    Black politics turned into a culture of complaint. Even white Libs got sick of it even as they kept mum. So, Clinton came up with New Democrats. And people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton were loathed even by white Libs. White Libs kept up the alliance but never would have supported such people.

    Obama's winning touch in 2008 was he wasn't part of this Culture of Complaint. Or he kept it under wraps with his bogus charm and smiles. He seemed like a clean-cut Negro who wanted to have a conversation than complain and bitch incessantly.

    I think after 8 yrs, people have wised up to the fact that he is just a weasel punk.
    In a way, Obama didn't have to complain much since he could coast on the media promoting him, big money being behind him, and the 2008 financial crisis that, on top of Iraq fiasco, dealt the GOP a bad hand.
    No political candidate had it so easy as Obama as in 2008. Crisis, money, media, academia, pop culture, cult of hope, and the world(that was sick of Bush II and uneasy about insane McCain) all on his side.

    Anyway, Trump's appeal is different. He is a white guy who complains. Sometimes, he complains loudly, even lewdly. His is a white culture of complaint.

    For the longest time, white guys didn't complain. It was part of Anglo legacy. It seemed improper or gauche for a white man to complain and bitch. In 1992, the media were totally biased against Bush I, but Bush never complained about the media. It just wasn't his style. It was beneath him to complain and be seen as a sourpuss.
    It was the Anglo-American style of being aloof of petty stuff and maintaining decorum. Nixon was hated because he tended to sometimes complain, mostly famously with 'you won't have a nixon to kick around anymore.'.

    For the longest time, there was no reason for privileged white males to complain. They had just about everything. Their kind had controlled and dominated US history from the beginning. Both the 'right' and 'left' were all white males.
    They were on the dollar bills. They controlled the military and media and banks and academia and so much more.
    They could afford to be dignified, mannered, and magnanimous since they held all the cards of power.

    But over the yrs, this outlook and stance got thinner and thinner. It was less andless backed by real power, real influence, real reach, real respect.
    The elite institutions increasingly came to be taken over by the GLOB.
    MLK and even Tubman came to tower over white males as the real moral founders of America.
    The Immigrant Narrative eclipsed the Settler Narrative.
    White Bashing, esp white male bashing, became a national sport in media and academia.
    White males lost in sports and music. Some even debased themselves via cuck culture.

    When white males held all the power, prestige, and privilege, they could be above the culture of complaint. Let those with less fortunes in life complain since they had reasons to. As for whites who dominated much of everything, their role was to lead and inspire, not complain.

    But white males no longer have prestige. Some have power and privilege but only condition that they work against the identity and interests of their own race.

    So, white dignity and magnanimity are now just a hollow charade.
    There are REAL BIG problems confronting the white community. It is now time for white complaint.
    And Trump tapped into this.

    You can't act high-born and aloof
    when your ass is for the GLOB to boof.

    If you're the bitch, you better bitch.

    Very good Ms Polly!

  109. @BenKenobi
    I mentioned a couple months ago that Trump should buy all the remaining Jeb! guac bowls and have staffers stack them in a pyramid like the skulls of the vanquished.

    It could still happen!

    I mentioned a couple months ago that Trump should buy all the remaining Jeb! guac bowls and have staffers stack them in a pyramid like the skulls of the vanquished.

    Like ye ol Aztec skull racks! https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Aztec+skull+racks&FORM=HDRSC2 It was a Mayan/Aztec mashup but Apocalypto is one of my top ten movies.

  110. @Massimo Heitor
    If Trump gets elected, will he "play us all for suckers" and grant blanket amnesty to illegal immigrants?

    Clearly he's campaigned as the immigration restrictionist, but several prominent people insist that Trump is all lies and tricks, and will turn on his supporters the instant he is elected and grant amnesty.

    See ultra-right minimal government conservative Charles C. W. Cooke:
    https://twitter.com/charlescwcooke/status/727680673578926081

    Or Scott Sumner:
    http://www.themoneyillusion.com/?p=31642#comment-691931

    Massimo, I’ve got news for you. Trump supports amnesty for illegals. He said so in 2013. You may think you know when Trump really means it, and when he doesn’t, but he’s just playing you guys for suckers. He’ll drop his supporters the day he is elected, and start working on an amnesty.
     

    Millions of voters were for amnesty in 2013, until they found out what amnesty means and what the consequences of S744 were. Trump had his awakening late. That he’ll run specifically on immigration restriction, then open the borders is a laughable con.

  111. And she does have such a nice laugh. Especially when she’s right and darn well knows it.

    Hi, Ann! Glad to see you quoted one of Steve’s posts a few days ago on your Twitter. Keep up the good work in your articles and as always, thank you for supporting the issues that most ordinary voters tend to care about, such as immigration. Perhaps Trump really is the right person for the job, and come November we will all find out.

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