The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection$
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
 TeasersiSteve Blog
Like All Oakland Raiders Fans Everywhere, I am Shocked, SHOCKED to Learn That the Raiders' Ex-Football Coach Made Coach-Like Remarks in 2011
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>

Bookmark Toggle AllToCAdd to LibraryRemove from Library • B
Show CommentNext New CommentNext New ReplyRead More
ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc. More... This Commenter This Thread Hide Thread Display All Comments
AgreeDisagreeThanksLOLTroll
These buttons register your public Agreement, Disagreement, Thanks, LOL, or Troll with the selected comment. They are ONLY available to recent, frequent commenters who have saved their Name+Email using the 'Remember My Information' checkbox, and may also ONLY be used three times during any eight hour period.
Ignore Commenter Follow Commenter
Search Text Case Sensitive  Exact Words  Include Comments
List of Bookmarks

From the New York Times:

Raiders Coach’s Emails Included Homophobic and Misogynistic Comments

A trove of emails in a separate workplace misconduct case show Raiders Coach Jon Gruden went beyond previously disclosed racist comments to issue broad tirades.

By Ken Belson and Katherine Rosman
Oct. 11, 2021

When the vaunted professional football coach Jon Gruden was confronted with a racist email he had sent in 2011 to insult the head of the players’ union, he said he went too far but didn’t have “a blade of racism” in him.

But N.F.L. officials as part of a separate workplace misconduct investigation that did not directly involve him have found that Gruden, now the coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, casually and frequently unleashed misogynistic and homophobic language over several years to denigrate people around the game and to mock some of the league’s momentous changes.

He denounced the emergence of women as referees, the drafting of a gay player and the tolerance of players protesting during the playing of the national anthem, according to emails reviewed by The New York Times.

Now, he is planning to leave the team, according to reports by the NFL Network and ESPN, which cut into its broadcast of “Monday Night Football” to say that Gruden would no longer coach the Raiders. …

The league said last week that it shared emails with the Raiders in which Gruden made derogatory comments. …

Gruden also criticized President Obama during his re-election campaign in 2012, as well as then-vice president Joe Biden, whom Gruden called a “nervous clueless pussy.”

Insurrection!

… In that email, Gruden, who is white and was working for ESPN at the time, criticized Smith’s intelligence and used a racist trope to describe his face. …

Taken together, the emails provide an unvarnished look into the clubby culture of one N.F.L. circle of peers, where white male decision makers felt comfortable sharing pornographic images, deriding the league policies, and jocularly sharing homophobic language.

Whereas nonwhite males in the football business are famous for their sensitivity and discretion about vocabulary.

Their banter flies in the face of the league’s public denouncements of racism and sexism and its promises to be more inclusive amid criticism for not listening to the concerns of Black players, who make up about 70 percent of rosters.

Black football players would never ever make fun of a homosexual.

The N.F.L. has in the past struggled to discipline personnel who have committed acts of domestic violence and been condemned for failing to adequately address harassment of women, including N.F.L. cheerleaders.

The solution is obviously to give more power to blacks, since they never do that kind of thing.

… Goodell instructed league executives to look at more than 650,000 emails during the past few months, including those in which Gruden made offensive remarks.

 
Hide 149 CommentsLeave a Comment
Commenters to Ignore...to FollowEndorsed Only
Trim Comments?
    []
  1. roonaldo says:

    Worry not, Raiders fans. They just hired the new head coach–it’s that Netflix tranny who tried to get Dave Chappelle canceled.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @AndrewR
    , @SMK
  2. They’re the Las Vegas Raiders now, Steve.

  3. In that email, Gruden, who is white and was working for ESPN at the time, criticized Smith’s intelligence and used a racist trope to describe his face. …

    He wrote that some black dude had “lips like Micheline tires” which made me and mine laugh uproariously until the tears came.

    • Replies: @Matttt
    , @Jack Armstrong
  4. Who’d Gruden piss off? The wrong person obviously. That’s his real sin, not writing naughty things.

    If you check the emails of everyone involved in the NFL since 2011 you would find way worse than Gruden’s comments.

  5. Watching the breaking news coverage of this on Monday Night Football tonight would make you think someone just died. Former players saying how they can’t believe they ever played for him, broadcasters saying he committed the holy trinity of offense: racism, misogyny, lqbtq denigration, and everyone nodding their head in unison. No one questioning why these emails just now were released to the public after nearly a decade. Supposedly it’s because of the investigation of the Washington Redskins uncovered these old emails, but it could have easily been swept under the rug. It seems as though the currency of D.C. is now becoming the currency of their favorite sports propaganda league: blackmail.

    • Replies: @Marquis
  6. Polistra says:

    Gruden, who is white and was working for ESPN at the time, criticized Smith’s intelligence and used a racist trope

    Can you even believe it? So many offenses in one sentence. When are we going to move on to the executions? Some of us are getting tired of waiting.

    Goodell instructed league executives to look at more than 650,000 emails during the past few months

    Too bad for him that he’s not Hillary. Because then he could have a team of interns review them, delete all the ones deemed “problematic” and then print out the rest and submit them on paper to investigators.

  7. And yet, straight white men keep showing up to watch this shit show.

    Think how powerful it would be if the white men who don’t approve of the NFLs nonsense, simply didn’t watch, didn’t go to the games. Suddenly corporate America would be looking over its shoulder … uh-oh.

  8. usNthem says:

    I imagine most people couldn’t give a crap. But in the carney entertainment world – very, very naughty. Since Gruden has been voluntarily working with and around joggers his entire adult life, he probably is speaking the truth about his lack of racism. He should have made them fire him – guess he’s not such a tough guy after all.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @Trinity
  9. The neo-prudery and total lack of self awareness at that newspaper still amazes:

    Times style sheet:

    “Several emails revealed X questioning the wisdom of recruiting female firefighters, relying on antiquated and discredited tropes about females lacking the physical strength of their male counter-parts.”

    Or: “On other occasions, X cautioned the recipient about venturing into a certain part of town, employing age old stereotypes about African American and other Communities of Color as being less safe than their white counterparts.”

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  10. @Dave Pinsen

    They’re the Las Vegas Raiders now, Steve.

    Holy cow! That’s worse.

    Las Vegas is known for its sensitivity. No “homophobia” or “sexism” is tolerated there!

  11. Anon[349] • Disclaimer says:

    The solution is obviously to give more power to blacks, since they never do that kind of thing.

    Why call out blacks when they don’t control the media nor own the NFL franchise?

    • Replies: @MGB
  12. … Goodell instructed league executives to look at more than 650,000 emails during the past few months, including those in which Gruden made offensive remarks.

    This is basically “go find what we need”.

    Sure looks like Goodell just wanted to get Gruden, because Gruden’s not “with the program”.

    • Replies: @Redman
  13. Ha ha ha. Gruden is out.

    I just deleted a comment because I discovered after I posted that the NFL youtube channel will not allow unz.com to display their video. Why does the NFL hate unz?

  14. ic1000 says:

    > A trove of emails in a separate workplace misconduct case show Raiders Coach Jon Gruden went beyond previously disclosed racist comments to issue broad tirades.

    Was there a trove of emails on Hunter Biden’s laptop? I don’t recall what the NYT reported on any possible racistly insensitive or sexistly obnoxious content, within Hunter’s trove. Did that trove of emails — and text messages — contain any whiff of corrupt payoffs to senior members of the current Administration?

    So many questions; never mind. I’ll just point my browser to the NYT archives and search for “trove.” Yeah, that’s the ticket.

  15. Trinity says:

    I was living in Tampa when they ditched Tony Dungy for Gruden. One of the few times in my life where I thought they did the Black guy wrong. Dungy built the Bucs up from perennial losers to contenders and in steps Gruden to “guide” the formerly hapless Bucs to their first world title. Gruden always seemed like a prick to me. Hell, I didn’t know the guy had it in him to do some off color wayciss jokes/comments or talk about homersexuals. I guess the guy was a better guy than I thought. I apologize to Coach Gruden. “Pound the rock,” coach. teehee.

  16. At least this stuff is more entertaining than the usual trove of Coachspeak — “We need to control the line of scrimmage, take care of the football and establish a vertical threat.”

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @Prester John
  17. They never seem by the way to dig through the no doubt fascinating trove of e-mails sent by NYT execs

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    , @Uncle Dan
  18. Dr. X says:

    So… let me get this straight: the league that hired O.J. Simpson, Aaron Hernandez, and Ray Lewis is concerned about “offensive” language in a coach’s e-mails?

    Priorities, ya know…

    • Replies: @Truth
    , @njguy73
  19. In rural Australia, calling a politician a ‘nervous clueless pussy’ would see you removed to the kitchen with women making scones.

  20. Black football players would never ever make fun of a homosexual.

    That’s the job of media personalities and elected officials. Whites have ganged up on Sage Steele, Dave Chappelle, and now the top Republican official in North Carolina:

    In new video, NC Lt. Gov. targets school books and repeats ‘filth’ comment

    N.C. Lt. Gov. Calls LGBTQ+ People ‘Filth,’ White House Responds

    Sometimes white folks are just plain wrong, right, Truth? Right, Corv?

    To Rachel Maddow, he’s a “North Carolina Republican”, not a black man with more common sense in his lower lip than she has in her whole skull.

    N.C. Republican under fire after calling LGBTQ people ‘filth’

    These people of discernible color have been attacked by white gangs. Where is the talk of “supremacy”, of “systemic racism”, when it might be of use?

    • Replies: @Truth
  21. Marquis says:
    @Rooster111

    Yet, they never disclosed the contents. I had to go to the interwebs. Propaganda. Because they know even if they read the emails verbatim that 75% of the viewers would laugh. I bet if he never called Biden and Goodell names he’d still be there. We’re into the political purges now.

    • Replies: @Rooster111
  22. The cool promise of email–and generally the internet communications technologies–was to be able to converse easily/casually even without physical proximity or for email time proximity (i.e. asynchronously).

    This could be the more formal office memo “here’s our plan”, but also everything from “let’s get lunch” to “hey, what if we did X?”, to “Joe’s clueless–not only wrong, he doesn’t even understand what the problem is”.

    But instead of being liberating, the near zero cost storage, searching and retrieval means it’s instead unleashed the schoolmarms, the lawyers, the commissars into and onto every thought and utterance man has.

    What should have helped liberate man has instead been a transfer of power from the male, the do-ers, the productive … to the female, the tut-tut-ers, the parasites.

    • Agree: ic1000, Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @ic1000
    , @Hibernian
  23. @roonaldo

    Worry not, Raiders fans. They just hired the new head coach–it’s that Netflix tranny who tried to get Dave Chappelle canceled.

    That individual belongs on the defensive line!

    The most disturbing thing about all this is that Las Vegas is now big enough to have its own NFL team.

    Green Bay got in on the ground floor and hung on. (Is that too mixed a metaphor?) But the entire metropolitan area of Vegas didn’t catch up to just the city of Green Bay until about 1955, about 55,000. Now LV is over 2,700,000.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  24. nsa says:

    Overlooked is the very homoerotic essence of “fruitball”……giant africans adorned in tight spandex and plastic hats groping each other while 100,000 obese white morons scream like ecstatic girlies. The QB bending over the center and placing his hands in the center’s nether region in a pantomine of anal copulation…..doesn’t get any gayer. Sword fighting…now there’s a real sport with serious repercussions for the loser.

  25. AndrewR says:
    @roonaldo

    It might as well be. There is no end to the disgraces boomers will allow themselves to be subjected to as long ss they can watch muh football.

    • Agree: BB753, Realist
    • LOL: El Dato
  26. Trinity says:
    @usNthem

    Being called a “racist” is the worst thing in the world that can happen to ya, don’t ya know. Homersexual serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was more concerned about being thought of as a “racist” than committing some of the most bizarre and shocking murders in history. Cannibal serial killer is fine but “racist” equals bad.

    • Replies: @ATBOTL
  27. Well, the MNF game was setting up to be a snoozer. So it looked like a good time to break out some controversy. But then the 2nd half and OT of MNF was exhilarating. NFL & ESPN should have waited until Tuesday.

    I found the pearl clutching by the MNF announcers to be hilarious. They had so much sympathy for everyone offended by Grudens emails.

    But no one was offended until they leaked!

    And why did they leak? Because Goodell and his office wanted to stick it to Gruden good & hard.

    Mission accomplished.

    Moral of the story: Don’t offend the king. Really, it’s not a wise thing to do

  28. Anonymous[225] • Disclaimer says:

    I remember when Martha Burk was contemporaneously widely regarded a harridan and a crank for her outfit’s assisted jihad against the Augusta Nat’l golf course. Now I would love to go back to that sepia-tinted era. The ending of the Colts-Ravens game Monday was fun though.

  29. @Reg Cæsar

    The most disturbing thing about all this is that Las Vegas is now big enough to have its own NFL team.

    Green Bay got in on the ground floor and hung on. (Is that too mixed a metaphor?) But the entire metropolitan area of Vegas didn’t catch up to just the city of Green Bay until about 1955, about 55,000. Now LV is over 2,700,000.

    (Actually more like 2.2m.)

    Cue what i said in response to JackD’s point about AC and glass buildings:

    Automobiles get all the attention–and rightly so, they’re huge game changes–but you really can’t understand changes to American geography/demography–in allowing the opening up the South, also played upon racial norms–without the role of AC.

    Throw in immigration–it’s 1/3 Hispanic. And Nevada has no income tax.

    But … Las Vegas’s big growth spurt was the 90s and the Bush bubble. It was comparatively unimpressive this past decade–16%. Of comparable (2 million-ish) sized places Austin is up 33%–and now slightly larger. (Was there this summer … not the place it was in my grad school days!) And Orlando is up 25%.

    In fact, of large metros, Vegas actually grew less than all the big Texas cities–Austin (33%), Houston (20%), Dallas (20%), San Antonio (19%), plus Orlando (25%), Nashville (21%), Charlotte (19%) and even Seattle, Denver (slightly bigger 16%).

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

    America is simply exploding under the Immigration Über Alles war on Americans.

  30. The friends I have who are Raiders’ fans like the team more for the thug culture surrounding them rather than any geographic loyalty.

    It’s like any time you see a liquor store robbery in Southern California on closed circuit camera footage there always seems to be Raiders’ gear being worn by darkies commiting the crime.

    So “Chuckie” (what fans call Gruden due to his likeness to the horror film puppet) won’t be a coach anymore. I’m not surprised, since he was a dick anyway.

  31. Gruden wrote too much truth. I like him more than I did before.

    So, it is ok for the league to have murderers, rapists, girlfriend beaters, drug addicts, alcoholics, etc, but don’t criticize the commissioner or question his Woke agenda…..

    • Agree: Wade Hampton
  32. @NJ Transit Commuter

    Gruden should have hung tuff–and called for the release of all NFL emails.

    I’d have gone with something along the lines of:

    “I’m a free man. I like what i like. I don’t like what don’t. That goes for some people, some behavior, some of the nonsense of our time. You may have different opinions. I don’t care.

    The Raiders can fire me any time they like. If they don’t think i’m getting the job done, they should.

    But as for email. I said what i said when i said it. If that’s important … then let’s get it all out there. The NFL should release all the emails from everyone. Players, coaches, team management. But especially including Roger Goodell and all the suits. And NFL broadcasters too. Cut the hypocrisy. Let’s have transparency.”

    Sweat ’em a bit.

  33. El Dato says:

    Gruden also criticized President Obama during his re-election campaign in 2012

    That clinches it. This is witchcraft, or worse.

  34. SafeNow says:

    As I posted a few days ago in a different context, there’s an old saying to the effect that “No Trespassing” signs are not written in wedding-invitation script. He’s a football coach. This NFL brouhaha is small beer: High-school football coaches everywhere will tomorrow be yelling in the faces of straight white kids, insulting, distressing, humiliating, and even traumatizing them. That’s their culture, the nature of the beast. Thanks, Dad, RIP, for telling me to pick a different sport. Not my style. But live and let live, for those suited to it.

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
  35. Anonymous[112] • Disclaimer says:

    That same day, Jon Gruden—the current Las Vegas Raiders coach who has been one of the most prominent figures in the NFL over the past two decades—sent an email about DeMaurice Smith, the executive director of the NFL Players Association, to a team executive. Gruden’s email described Smith with a racist trope common in anti-Black imagery.

    “Dumboriss Smith has lips the size of michellin tires,” he wrote in the email reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

    I guess “trope” means something that is basically true, but you’re not allowed to say.

    The NFL is going through 650,000 emails. This could be the Panama Papers of football. Somehow I think the search terms will be stuff like “ape” and “watermelon,” and not stuff like “cracker” and “redneck.” I’d really like to see the results of a thorough search of a tranche of smartphone texts by black players.

    • Replies: @EdwardM
    , @Old and Grumpy
  36. El Dato says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    A mysterious sexy instant media darling “brave whistleblower” not being targeted for elimination by CIA/FBI/NSA/DOJ/AUKUS with utter brutality and getting her bluecheck in record time appears out of nowhere.

    Do you [B]elieve or [S]ense a bamboozle?

  37. Wake up says:

    Can I sue the United States Government for the derogatory names I was called during Basic Training over 40 years ago? LMAO

    • Replies: @Blodgie
  38. @NJ Transit Commuter

    Kyle Shanahan, Sean McVay, and Matt LeFluer all worked for the Redskins during the time period that this email sweep appears to have applied to.

    If Gruden’s emails are the only ones we ever hear about, maybe this has as much to do with Mark Davis owing him \$60 million still on his contract without a playoff appearance as anything.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  39. @El Dato

    Shouldn’t they have paid for the Blonde Facebook Whistleblower to have a little jaw reduction plastic surgery before rolling her out?

  40. Ralph L says:

    If he was working for ESPN, whom in the NFL was he emailing, and why aren’t they being cancelled for not ratting him out a decade ago?

  41. Altai says:

    Also interesting is that these emails were from when he wasn’t employed at the NFL. And that instead of handling this internally they decided to make it a shitshow.

    Gruden was employed by ESPN as the lead analyst for Monday Night Football at the time he sent the emails that are now under review.

    And how much of it could be about:

    The Times also reported that Gruden used an anti-gay slur in several instances while referring to Goodell and used offensive language to describe some owners, coaches and media members who cover the league.

  42. OT but is the video of the fight between Ian Cranston and Barry Washington still available anywhere? The TV station that posted it has removed it, with an apology and an editorial about why no one needs to see that video. Sure would be interesting to see what they so intently want to bury.

  43. …as well as then-vice president Joe Biden, whom Gruden called a “nervous clueless pussy…”

    As a cradle “Zip-code to be named later” Raiders fan, I have no particular love for Jon Gruden, but you’ve got to admit that man is a good judge of character and surely this is a key ingredient of a good coach.

    The N.F.L. has … been condemned for failing to adequately address harassment of women, including N.F.L. cheerleaders.

    Sexual harassment of women who get paid to “shake their groove thing” while partially dressed in front of tens of thousands of mostly male fans? Oh, the humanity!

  44. @AnotherDad

    Mostly agree, but the TV \$ is guaranteed for contract length time. The NFL would still exist like the WNBA still exists and won’t be going anywhere for the foreseeable future. If the NFL feels financially threatened, they will go WWE and the Dallas Cowboys will have a string of SB championships.

  45. Arclight says:

    Beating women and torturing dogs is OK, but making mean comments about people who are black, gay, or women is verboten.

    Now, if the disciplinary records of each team towards players over the last 10 years were made public, that would be interesting. I assume most are smart enough to not put the bulk of what goes on in writing, but on the average 53 man team there is no question there would be plenty of appalling dirt. But this will never happen for the same reason the media tries so hard to be nonspecific about local crime.

    • Replies: @Feryl
  46. NOTA says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    I assume some rival faction wanted him out to put their own guy in, and this was a workable justification.

  47. Gamecock says:

    Chucky for Commish!

    I’d much rather have Gruden than Goodell. Though Goodell did give us Breast Awareness Month.*

    *Okay, okay. EVERY month is breast awareness month, but so what?

  48. Gordo says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Maybe didn’t give in to a blackmail demand?

  49. BCB232 says:

    Unfortunately, Chucky apologized instead of saying: “I have F-U money, so F-U !!”

  50. @Steve Sailer

    Shouldn’t they have paid for the Blonde Facebook Whistleblower to have a little jaw reduction plastic surgery before rolling her out?

    The fact that they did not is an indication that they had to do this quickly.

    One wonders what is really going on. We thought FaceCrook was part of The Plan. Maybe it wandered off the reservation and must now be punished/killed?

    Steve, could you ask Mark about this at your next golf outing or dinner event? We’d like to know.

    BTW, who actually did not already assume everything this “whistleblower” is saying? I mean, c’mon man! What has she said that we already did not assume was true? (Maybe her narrative needed to be beamed to the even cheaper seats than the ones we sit in.)

    No matter. Mark will still have his Hawaii estate and his billions of dollars no matter what happens.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  51. This is reason #56,789 why I no longer watch NFL football.

    Reason #45,678 is that the NFL turns a blind eye to real harms done by their employees, viz. Michael Vick, Ray Rice, O.J. Simpson, Aaron Hernandez, etc. while choking on gnats such as a few insensitive comments or end zone dances. Gone are the days when players like Jerry Kramer just walked off
    the field to the bench after scoring a touchdown…but I digress.

    Reason #23,456 is that football literally causes brain damage. We don’t need more people with brain damage.

  52. @Buzz Mohawk

    On the Other Hand™, maybe this is a form modified limited hangout designed to convince all of us that the situation has been discovered and is being dealt with. Nothing more to see here, so we can all move along…

    If the big-jawed blond starts talking about babies in incubators, then we will know they really want to take down ZuckBook.

    • Agree: El Dato, Gabe Ruth
  53. @nsa

    doesn’t get any gayer.

    In my opinion the gayest part is where the defensive back does a celebration dance when the opposing team throws an incomplete pass within ten yards of his ass. But there is a lot of competition. Pirates (Raiders, Buccaneers) are nearly homosexual by definition. How many white women do you think Captain Morgan had access to while he was on his ship?

    Football is the gayest goddam sport ever. (Men’s figure skating is not a sport.)

    It’s still fun to watch.

  54. ic1000 says:
    @AnotherDad

    Re: The cool promise of email

    An anecdote that is only partly on-topic follows.

    [MORE]

    Thanks to my role in a volunteer organization, a couple of years back I ended up near the center of a Woke storm. The people at the heart of the attack were on course to destroy our local chapter, but they pulled back at the end. Perhaps not coincidentally, one of the key players turned out to be near the center of another, more-public controversy, in a role that could have earned him an indictment or an “unindicted co-conspirator” mention.

    It was a terrible experience.

    We ended up hiring a crisis manager — expensive but worth it, notwithstanding the diversion of funds from the organization’s mission. One of his first pieces of advice was to immediately stop using email to communicate with the adversaries and their supporters. One reason was that each message could be used by people with sociopathic tendencies as grist for further outrage, particularly by quoting out of context. A second reason was that the back-and-forth was a tremendous time sink for our side.

    But this was his main point: it is common for an email’s recipient to miss the intention of the sender, particularly when emotions are running high. Text that is stripped of context (e.g. facial expressions, tone of voice) is easy to misunderstand, even by those acting in good faith. (Sadly, there were many such people supporting the bad guys.)

    The impulse to respond to a factually-incorrect, misleading, or provocative message is surprisingly strong. It took a lot of effort to get all of the good guys on board.

    In the end, the crisis manager led a face-to-face meeting of the entire chapter. The outcome wasn’t ideal — about a quarter of the members left — but it was much better than where we had been headed. Afterwords, poorer and wiser, we returned to our charitable purposes.

    • Thanks: El Dato, res
    • Replies: @AndrewR
  55. Anonymous[356] • Disclaimer says:
    @El Dato

    Some tweets of Frances Haugen:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20090923155832/https://twitter.com/frizy

    Yeah, white guys are too stupid to get your math jokes. I’m sure they’d laugh at them if you didn’t look like a man.

    Btw, I’m familiar with her alma mater, Olin College of Engineering, and I guess most of her math and engineering profs didn’t get her math jokes.

    Yeah, Boston is not as hip and diverse as where Frances Haugen comes from… Iowa.

    Haugen was born and raised in Iowa City, Iowa, where she attended Horn Elementary and Northwest Junior High School, and graduated from Iowa City West High School in 2002.[2][3][4] Her father was a doctor, and her mother became an Episcopalian priest after an academic career.[5][6]

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frances_Haugen

    Libs breed truer than schnauzers.

  56. EdwardM says:
    @Anonymous

    Think of the woke interns going through the e-mails who arrive at a virtuous cloud nine when they come across any shred of crimethink. I liken it to the Muslims who fanatically tried to piece together documents in the shredder after they took over the U.S. embassy in Tehran.

  57. @Anonymous

    Going thru people’s emails is the most disturbing part of this story. Why? Why now? Could sacrificing Gruden be actually be about diverting attention from the NFL’s disparate racial response to their concussion problem?

  58. Blodgie says:
    @Wake up

    Are you disappointed that you didn’t have the chance to sacrifice your life for gauzy abstractions like the Real Heroes?

    I hear you go directly to heaven and everything.

    Missed opportunity.

  59. Redman says:
    @AnotherDad

    I agree with you. White males need to stop watching the NFL. It’s like quitting cigarettes or alcohol for some, but the benefits overwhelmingly justify giving it up.

    There should be public service commercials to promote abstaining from watching this vile league. Maybe someone like Mike Lindell could fund that instead of the efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

    • Replies: @Truth
  60. Barnard says:
    @AnotherDad

    This goes back ten years, Gruden should go scorched earth on anyone he denounced him yesterday. The likelihood of Randy Moss and Booger McFarland having never made a remake on the ESPN set that would be unapproved by today’s standards is zero. He should completely savage Roger Goodell. “DeShaun Watson sexually assualted 24 women and is still eligible to play, the NFL lionizes an unrepentant murderer in Ray Lewis. Here are some examples of comments from black players, coaches etc., I (Gruden) have heard that fall short of today’s woke standards.”

    • Replies: @Truth
  61. SMK says: • Website
    @roonaldo

    I’m sure a response to and result of this “scandal” will be pressure to hire a woman as head coach of the LV raiders. or another NFL team. Or, at least, a general manager or assisntant head coach or offensive or defensive coordinator. Will they defer to such demands? And if so, anyone who objects to such demands or to the hiring of a women as head coack or decries or mocks it as absurd and a pervervion of nature will be decried and vilified as a “sexist” and “misogynist.”

  62. Trinity says:

    Next to the old Baltimore Colts, the Oakland Raiders were always my second favorite team back in the days of The Mad Bomber, The Snake, The Stork and Ole Double Naught, etc. I wore there apparel until suddenly it seemed that every Negro who fancied himself a thug life gangsta started wearing the Silver and Black as well. No more Raider Nation for me then. I hated the Raiders for a brief time after the Ghost To The Post game. Helluva game. Bert Jones, where are ya?

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  63. When I see the “Goodell” name it increasingly brings to mind Praisegod Barebones.

    Bien pissant.

    It’s not blacks driving this train, although general anxiety about the global Bantu is the coal for the fire.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  64. @Nikolai Vladivostok

    The late R. Aron Kotler -founder of Lakewood yeshiva – was approached by a ‘shadchan’ (matchmaker)with a prospective match for one of his orphaned students. The student was extremely short and habitually wore elevator shoes in order to appear taller. The shadchan was attempting to persuade Rabbi Kotler that it was perfectly ethical not to reveal to the prospective bride that he wore elevator shoes, as after all, now he is 5 feet tall, never mind how he got there. R. Kotler exclaimed “Ober zi meynt er ken nokh untohn!” = “She thinks he can still increase his height by wearing elevator shoes!” Same deal.

  65. @Mr. Deplorable

    yes, agree with all that.

    I’ve found that watching a few highlights of college football during the week is plenty for me. I certainly enjoyed seeing the key plays of Texas A&M beating Alabama.

    As to the brain damage, I chatted with the mom of a teen player and she thought the hits in football were no big deal. She’s a tough athlete and so’s her kid. So no problem in that family. I told her the story of another family where the kid, talented and strong, starting getting migraines from football hits, and eventually fell into painkiller abuse. Absolutely horrible. But she is delighted at her son’s budding football success and will ignore all caution.

    • Replies: @Danindc
    , @Stan Adams
  66. El Dato says:
    @AndrewR

    If you can’t be sure, it says enough about the current state of the realm.

  67. Isn’t this what they ultimately want from this, for everybody pointing fingers and yelling at each other? Divide and conquer.

  68. Matttt says:
    @Paperback Writer

    In Gruden’s defense, DeMaurice Smith does have abnormally big lips. Some people do.

  69. @Known Fact

    For some reason, the New York Times was fine with the racist tweets sent out by Sarah Jeong. Its reaction was “ho-hum.” No, wait, it was “who-whom.”

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45052534

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  70. Joe Biden, whom Gruden called a “nervous clueless pussy.”

    I tip my hat to Jon Gruden for his ability to capture the essence of a man in a few well-chosen words.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  71. There is actually one Gruden question rarely addressed and never answered:

    when Barret Robbins was seduced by whores and coke and the Raiders’ chance to compete in the Buccaneers-Raiders Super Bowl sabotaged, did the gambler who concocted the shenanigans get information from Gruden himself?

    (Gruden coached Robbins and knew the man’s weakness far better than any average gambler could have. This is not evidence but you might like the question.)

    https://www.si.com/nfl/2015/12/15/untold-super-bowl-barret-robbins-raiders

  72. @AndrewR

    Not real. My attempt at deliberately heavy-handed parody of the increasingly difficult to parody NYT.

  73. @Mr. Deplorable

    Though I concur with your take, you probably should have named one of Kramer’s Title Town teammates such as Jim Taylor or the Golden Boy as ole No. 64 played guard.

  74. Truth says:
    @Dr. X

    So… let me get this straight: the league that hired O.J. Simpson,

    …Ripped straight from the headlines.

  75. The Times could make this a regular Sprots Section feature — each week demand and rummage through the e-mails of another big-league team or top college program. I’ll bet the Nets brass have some fun things to say regarding Kyrie Irving, and the Texas Houstons might have a few pithy remarks about black quarterbacks.

  76. Truth says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Sometimes white folks are just plain wrong, right, Truth?

    Yeah, well every now and then.

  77. Truth says:
    @Steve Sailer

    That’s his “after” video.

  78. @Harry Baldwin

    Good point — and tweets, unlike in-house e-mails, cannot even hide behind any claim to privacy

  79. Mike Tre says:

    I always liked Grueden just do to the fact that he was the only color commentator who had the balls to call out the ridiculous penalties that have had their part in ruining a once great game.

    I think he’s make a fine addition to the contributing staff here at Unz.

  80. Uncle Dan says:
    @Known Fact

    Referring to Trump as a leaping creeping a**hole is not an offensive trope, comrade.

  81. AndrewR says:
    @ic1000

    What was the controversy about?

  82. countenance says: • Website

    All this probably has a lot to do with the owners engaging in bargaining and positioning strategy for the next CBA negotiations.

  83. J.Ross says:
    @El Dato

    There is now a second whistleblower, a fat Hanness with “nerd culture” glasses.
    https://nypost.com/2021/10/12/second-facebook-whistleblower-willing-to-testify/

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @petit bourgeois
  84. MGB says:
    @Anon

    Why call out blacks when they don’t control the media nor own the NFL franchise?

    because nothing is more satisfying to isteve than punching down. this couldn’t have anything to do with the \$70M left on gruden’s contract, or some other behind the scenes white-on-white knee capping. it must be about ‘social justice’ because the NYT says so.

    • Replies: @Veteran Aryan
  85. If Al Davis were still GM, Gruden would still be employed by the Raiders. It was Davis’ strength of will and willingness to give unconventional people second chances that helped his teams win three Super Bowls during his tenure with the team.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  86. KenH says:

    Gruden also criticized President Obama during his re-election campaign in 2012, as well as then-vice president Joe Biden, whom Gruden called a “nervous clueless pussy.”

    Whoa! You cannot criticize the O man. That’s hate and racism.

    Has Garland’s Dept. of Social Justice opened a “domestic terror” investigation over Gruden calling Biden a “nervous clueless pussy”?

  87. Uncle Dan says:

    Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course – not even close.

  88. @International Jew

    The first time I saw that video it sounded like someone used the N-word, presumably Cranston. On a subsequent viewing I heard no mention of the N-word. Instead I heard something I hadn’t heard previously- Washington calling Cranston a ‘dick licker’ right before he rushed him and got shot. Was there some audio manipulation of the video to make it appear Cranston had racially abused Washington during the encounter?

  89. @Dave Pinsen

    Let’s see the e-mails, between the idiot-prince owner and the RINO governor, which discuss all the subsidies the team will receive by moving to LV.

    The Tax Raiders.

    The contents related to promises of luxury suites, pimped-out and reserved for political insiders, should also make for enlightening reading.

    Just lose, baby.

  90. Trinity says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    Admittedly it looks like Chucky nailed it with Honest Joe.

  91. Feryl says:
    @Arclight

    Pro Football Talk used to have a police blotter on it’s website until NBC bought PFT and then…. Poof it was gone. Shame because it was updated with new embarrassments several times a week.

  92. njguy73 says:
    @Dr. X

    And a while bunch of players who, due to CTE, became psychotically criminal.

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again:

    If the NFL cared about Black lives it would shut itself down.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  93. njguy73 says:
    @nsa

    Yeah, and they have teams called the Rams and the Packers.

    “In Living Color” called, they want their jokes back.

  94. njguy73 says:
    @Mr. Deplorable

    Someone on another forum asked “How come Colin Kaepernick is blackballed but Michael Vick gets to come back?”

    I replied, “Veterans buy tickets, dogs don’t.”

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
  95. Brutusale says:

    I wonder if the emails of the Dark Lord are being scrutinized?

    Not surprising that he’s not an emoji kind of guy.

    https://www.foxnews.com/sports/bill-belichick-patriots-send-texts-emojis

  96. @Marquis

    I had to do the exact same thing. They make it seem like he’s just ripping on women, gays, and blacks. Once you see the actual transcript, you realize he was just using crass language. It’s somewhat like the shift from using the word prostitution to “human trafficking”, makes it seem so much worse.

  97. @Mr. Deplorable

    Jerry Kramer was an offensive lineman (guard) for Lombardi’s Packers. When did he ever score a touchdown?

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  98. Guess who used the word speck?

    I once told two disco-era Bee Gees fans, one black and one “white Hispanic”, that I preferred their earlier stuff, such as “Spicks and Specks“. The latter guy said, “Yeah, I’m a spick and he’s a speck!”

  99. Ragno says:

    Of two minds here.

    We’re now cancelling/obliterating people based on 10-year-old E-MAILS?!? As refereed by the fucking NY TIMES?!?

    It’s one thing to be hung out to dry for old Tweets. Tweets are public communications, even when you’re 17 and in high school. Releasing the contents of e-mails, though, is violating private correspondence. I wasn’t aware that the Times, or The WaPo, or CNN had been given the right to violate the sanctity of people’s private mail and thereupon to publicize it. Well – the right sorts of email, of course, by the correct targets. I’m as certain the Times would love to do as much for Donald Trump or Rand Paul – as certain as I am that they’d throw – possibly themselves, and certainly, you and everyone in your family – in front of oncoming traffic to protect the privacy of Hillary or Maxine’s or AOC’s Chianti-fueled ravings.

    On the other hand, I never liked Jon Gruden even a little bit. Considering what an insincere and obnoxious asshole he is, I found his constant pattern of failing up, at least until today, especially mystifying.

    But this isn’t even close. If they get away with this, there’ll be no norms left for the Shitlib Elite to violate. No need to worry about the Bill of Rights being shredded before our eyes, when it can just be hollowed out and left to dry up into a shrivelled husk, thanks to a fifth-column Fourth Estate determined to look the other way and say nothing until the damage is done, and the coast is once again clear.

    Oh. And before I forget – let’s go Brandon.

  100. Anonymous[141] • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t know quite why–it’s not that being able to be uncouth is vital to me–but this depresses me. Been very bummed since the Redskins dropped their name. Now this comes out. Of course, if we pulled the emails of all execs and players and the like, we’d find all kinds of shit. but since it’s the Redskins and George Allen’s son, they will pack it up our asses. Sorry Raiders and Gruden for the collateral damage.

    Oh…and the other home game we had BOTH Hispanic appreciation day and the (much touted first) LGBQTXYZ appreciation day. Like there’s so much wokeness they had to double up days. And attendence was ~50,000. I.e. LESS than RFK numbers.

  101. @Dave Pinsen

    “They’re the Las Vegas Raiders now”

    Obviously you don’t live in NorCal.

    “Steve”

    He doesn’t either.

  102. Escher says:

    Whereas nonwhite males in the football business are famous for their sensitivity and discretion about vocabulary.

    On a somewhat related note, is there a “Woke Rap” category where words like nigger, faggot, bitch and pussy are verboten?

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
  103. @njguy73

    “due to CTE, became psychotically criminal”

    I became the Dr. Mabuse of San Francisco.

  104. Farenheit says:

    “Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here, this is a war room!!!”

    Let’s go Brandon!!!

  105. @njguy73

    FALSE.

    Vick could still play starting QB and a couple teams hired him because they could use him.

    Kaepernick lost his starting job to F’n Blaine Gabert and then his agent was asking for starter money. And there were a number of places where he could have gotten an opportunity to compete for a starting quarterback position and that kind of a paycheck if he had been willing to take backup money but his ego said no.

  106. Comparing Gruden’s stupidity to Nitwit players still young enough to exhibit juvenile, (not criminal) sensibilities is a red herring. Regardless of who Gruden took bonehead potshots at, a senior football guy of his age and supposed level of maturity should know that you don’t personalize business. I.e., you don’t criticize anyone personally in the business, especially in “writing”.

    BTW, I’d like to see the timestamps on those emails. That kind of stupid trash talk is often fat-fingered and blindly sent well into Happy Hour.

    BTW2, I’m not in the NFL business. So about Roger Goodell, that empty suit is paid \$40 Million a year as Commissioner when a bag of rocks could run the NFL and the League would still make Billions.

    • Replies: @Danindc
  107. @Steve Sailer

    Normals wear the masks whilst the powerful and wicked frolic with their deformities exposed. They are laughing at you.

  108. @SafeNow

    High school coaches exist to prepare their charges for Boot Camp and Deployment Downrange.

    Then there are the seminars for business executives by the latest winning football coach on how to motivate the workforce team.

  109. …as certain as I am that they’d throw – possibly themselves, and certainly, you and everyone in your family – in front of oncoming traffic to protect the privacy of Hillary or Maxine’s or AOC’s Chianti-fueled ravings.

    3 words: Hunter’s hard drive.

    A huge story – not the salacious stuff; the clear evidence of influence peddling – became a non-story – as in literally blacked out. Because reasons.

  110. El Dato says:
    @Brutusale

    “CNN ALERT: WHITE MAN IN OREGON CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING OF A BLACK MAN WHO SPOKE TO THE SUSPECT’S GIRLFRIEND”

    BLM Mob: Assemble.

    It says right there that you will now be treated to 5 minutes of racial outrage.

    CNN not only hid the top-left image showing Cranston’s black eye but also chose to darken the latest image released by the local sheriff’s department where Cranston’s eye had mostly healed in order to make him look more intimidating

    Reminds me of the times O.J. was “made blacker” in Time Magazine after the mysterious porch event. The result looked really weird.

    OJ Fact Check: Read Time Magazine’s Apology for Making Simpson Blacker

    Time said it was trying to elevate a mug shot ”to the level of art“

    “The People v. O.J. Simpson” points to the cover illustration as one of the first moments in which the Simpson case became about race, as critics of the cover said that it outrageously linked dark skin color and a propensity toward violence.

    Nobody ever heard about such a link ever.

  111. El Dato says:
    @J.Ross

    This one may have something of interest to say.

    Talking of which, anyone remember Sibel Edmonds?

    She has some good stuff that never got unpacked.

  112. @nsa

    Thank you, Sigmund Freud.

  113. Danindc says:
    @stillCARealist

    It’s overstated in high school football. The kids generally don’t hit hard enough. Equipment is getting better all the time as well. Her kid will be fine.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
  114. Danindc says:
    @Neutral Observer

    Goodell has maximized profits all the while handling thousands of ticking time bomb athletes. The owners love him and they are smarter than you. He deserves all the money he gets. And he attracts all the abuse from nitwit fans.

  115. Brutusale says:
    @Prester John

    No touchdowns, but Kramer was also the kicker for the Packers in 1962-1963. He had 177 points in those 2 years.

  116. ATBOTL says:
    @Trinity

    The black guy who killed Dahmer in prison was also concerned that he not be seen as a racist in interviews.

    • LOL: Trinity
  117. @stillCARealist

    Not to malign her character, but in my experience the people who ignore all caution are often the first to complain that they were not adequately warned of the potential danger when something does go wrong. They always find someone else to blame.

  118. Trinity says:
    @Brutusale

    Another team that has/had gained appeal in the hood it seems is the Steelers. With the Mexicans it has always seemed to be the Dallas Cowboys. Now that Baltimore has a Black dude as QB, a guy who you can always count on to choke when it matters, you would think a team like the Baltinog Ravens would be a favorite team for Blacks but I don’t see it. I think the Steelers were grabbing a lot of ex-Raider hoodrats last time I checked but then again, I haven’t watched more than 15-20 minutes of football highlights in the last 3 years. I mean even Poop Dawg came out of the Raider closet and told everyone he be liking dem Steelers and sheeit, yo. Back to choking Black quarterbacks, say what you will about Joe Flacco but he was Joe Cool under pressure and more than just a few times he pulled the rabbit out of the hat in the closing minutes to win big games. The Black Baltimore quarterback now? You can always count on this clown for the highlight reel in games that don’t mean shit and watch him have a breakdown in all big games that matter.

  119. @J.Ross

    “If Congress wishes for me to testify, I will fulfill my civic duty, as I’ve publicly stated for the past half year. Last year, I testified privately before a European Parliamentary committee though I was avoiding press. My duty to democracy comes first,” Zhang wrote.

    Zhang added she had already provided law enforcement with “detailed documentation regarding potential criminal violations” and understood that an investigation into Facebook was still ongoing.

    In an interview with CNN, Zhang refused to say what information she handed over and to which agency.

    The FBI would not comment on whether Zhang had given it anything regarding Facebook.

    Who knew some ugly harpy has a “duty to democracy” with regards to Facef*ck, and that there may be “potential criminal violations.” I wonder what those are.

  120. @Ron Mexico

    Mostly agree, but the TV \$ is guaranteed for contract length time. The NFL would still exist like the WNBA still exists and won’t be going anywhere for the foreseeable future. If the NFL feels financially threatened, they will go WWE and the Dallas Cowboys will have a string of SB championships.

    So you’re saying a boycott of the NFL would first economically harm the media before the NFL eventually felt the squeeze?

    My, we shouldn’t do that.

  121. @Trinity

    I was living in Tampa when they ditched Tony Dungy for Gruden. One of the few times in my life where I thought they did the Black guy wrong. Dungy built the Bucs up from perennial losers to contenders and in steps Gruden to “guide” the formerly hapless Bucs to their first world title. Gruden always seemed like a prick to me. Hell, I didn’t know the guy had it in him to do some off color wayciss jokes/comments or talk about homersexuals. I guess the guy was a better guy than I thought. I apologize to Coach Gruden. “Pound the rock,” coach. teehee.

    It’s now accepted that NFL Coaches have a shelf life and the long term stays (i.e., Tomlin in Pittsburgh) are the exception. The conventional wisdom is that players stop responding to a coach after a while, and the cure is either to turn over the roster or get a new coach.

    • Thanks: Trinity
  122. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    People have recently gone after Urban Meyer, too.

  123. Truth says:
    @Redman

    I agree with you. White males need to stop watching the NFL. It’s like quitting cigarettes or alcohol for some, but the benefits overwhelmingly justify giving it up.

    Any thought you have, Old Sport, your Slavemaster had 20 years ago. That’s why they legalized sports gambling, because attention in sports was waining…

  124. Truth says:
    @Barnard

    Gruden should go scorched earth on anyone he denounced him yesterday.

    Oh, so he would never again be hired by a network or a college again?

    The likelihood of Randy Moss and Booger McFarland having never made a remake on the ESPN set that would be unapproved by today’s standards is zero.

    I’d say it’s “one” as they haven’t turned one up yet.

    He should completely savage Roger Goodell.

    Please read first response again.

    “DeShaun Watson sexually assualted 24 women and is still eligible to play,

    Deshaun Watson was accused of assaulting 24 women, and he is not “eligible” to play because he is not collecting a paycheck.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
  125. Truth says:
    @Stan Adams

    Hey Rip, how was the nap?

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
  126. @Desiderius

    When I see the “Goodell” name it increasingly brings to mind Praisegod Barebones.

    To appleknockers of a certain age, it brings to mind James Lane Buckley. Who’ll turn 99 in March.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_L._Buckley#Political_career

  127. Hibernian says:

    He was stupid enough to put the comments in emails and the comments about the Black union rep were a throwback to the late ’50s and early ’60s.

  128. I hardly watch football anymore, and it was the last major sport I really followed. Wokeness just sucks the joy out of life.

    I kind of liked Gruden, and I understand why others hated him. But that really isn’t the issue here, is it? We are at a point where everyone is treated differently based upon their status and caste. Gruden was targeted because he criticized the king, and his minions.

    This brings me to my one and only requirement for my political platform: whatever law we pass in society and whatever standard we erect I will agree to but only if it is applied absolutely equally to everyone. Including those in power. Any fucking law you want, including chopping off hands for theft, and any standard. But no more selective prosecution or condemnation.

  129. Hibernian says:
    @AnotherDad

    Let’s just try not using it so much.

  130. Yeah. If only I was still working and available for doxxing.

    Oh my!

  131. Crimes like rape, robbery, and assault all fall under the statute of limitations but nasty emails last forever.

  132. @MGB

    this couldn’t have anything to do with the \$70M left on gruden’s contract, or some other behind the scenes white-on-white knee capping.

    Previously a long time Buc fan here. Bruce Allen and Gruden have had beef since their Tampa days. The emails that got Gruden in trouble were sent to Bruce Allen. And Bruce Allen is a treacherous back stabbing snake. Gruden knew this, but sent the emails anyway. Stupid, stupid mistake on his part.
    Also, there was a recent story where Bruce Allen denied he was seeking the Raider’s GM job. Not sure about the inside story there, but did I mention that Bruce Allen is a snake? Allegedly, the emails were uncovered during an investigation into Daniel Snyder. The same Daniel Snyder who recently fired one Bruce Allen (aka Bruce the backstabbing snake).

    • Replies: @MGB
  133. PaceLaw says:
    @Ron Mexico

    For better or for worse, the NFL isn’t going anywhere in our lifetimes. If anything, the NFL is likely more emboldened because TV ratings are way up this year so far, which means they’ll be able to negotiate even more absurd (say \$100 billion) contracts with the tv networks. Those who boycotted years ago are most likely back.

    The NFL is damn near indestructible.

  134. @Truth

    Oh, so he would never again be hired by a network or a college again?

    It looks to me like Gruden is never going to get hired by the sports entertainment complex again any way and actually he has nothing to lose.

    Deshaun Watson was accused of assaulting 24 women, and he is not “eligible” to play because he is not collecting a paycheck.

    The Texans are paying him. Nike ain’t. You are half right!

  135. @Truth

    Very nice. I dreamed of a world without people like you in it. Alas, reality reasserted itself as soon as I woke up.

    Stay thirsty, my lactose-intolerant Oreo friend.

  136. MGB says:
    @Veteran Aryan

    Yes to that. Bruce Allen, pimping out the Redskins cheerleaders. What a guy.

  137. Headlines says:

    Chubby limo-Bolshevik with REELY BAAD haircut fires lizard-lipped Nazi!

Current Commenter
says:

Leave a Reply - Comments are moderated by iSteve, at whim.


 Remember My InformationWhy?
 Email Replies to my Comment
$
Submitted comments have been licensed to The Unz Review and may be republished elsewhere at the sole discretion of the latter
Commenting Disabled While in Translation Mode
Subscribe to This Comment Thread via RSS Subscribe to All Steve Sailer Comments via RSS
PastClassics
The Shaping Event of Our Modern World
The Hidden Information in Our Government Archives
Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement
The unspoken statistical reality of urban crime over the last quarter century.
How America was neoconned into World War IV