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Post By Paul Kersey on 02/26/2020
PK Note: Their Lives Matter Too. It’s a book you must pick up. Names you’ve never encountered, stories you’ve never read about, all for one, unmentionable reason: black on white murder. This story is one you couldn’t believe were it not the unvarnished truth. A popular bartender in St. Petersburg, a white man named Scott “Scotty” Jenks, was beaten to death by a black immigrant from Jamaica. The bea...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2020
From the New York Times opinion page: Why Harvey Weinstein’s Guilt Matters to Black Women The verdict enables more survivors of all backgrounds to share their truth, regardless of their identity of perpetrators. By Salamishah TilletDr. Tillet co-founded an organization that helps empower young people to end violence against girls and women. Salamishah Tillet is a professor of African-American a...
Post By Peter Brimelow on 02/26/2020
This was originally published on this day in 2005. Sam Francis was buried today in Chattanooga. Peter Brimelow, who was there, reports that the daffodils are in bloom, and that Sam's relatives seemed pleased by the large number of his political friends and allies who came to attend. Sam probably would have felt embarrassed. Fittingly, today VDARE.COM has seen very heavy traffic on one of Sam's less...
Post By John Derbyshire on 02/26/2020
The Radio Derb transcript is up for February 21. Go here to read or listen. Playlist: 02m14s  Correlation of forces.  (Prospects for Trump in November.) 08m53s  Beware the Bloombergshchina.  (Not just a politician, an oligarch.) 18m20s  Debatable Trump.  (When he took on Mrs Clinton.) 25m41s  China: end of the good times.  (Into a zone of instability.) 30m42s  Trump's 2016 position paper on immigra...
Article By Lydia Brimelow on 02/26/2020

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Peter and I, and the VDARE Foundation board, are delighted to announce the acquisition of the historic Berkeley Springs Castle, aka the Samuel Taylor Suit Cottage, in the beautiful resort town of Berkeley Springs West Virginia.

Owning our own meeting space has been a goal for many years, and it’s truly an honor to have this achievement manifested in such a stunning and important property.

Built into the side of Warm Spring Mountain, surrounded by forested ridges and valleys and with a view of the natural hot springs where George Washington famously bathed, this stunning property represents the perfect combination of refinement and wilderness, the twin beauties of America’s cultural and natural resources.

In line with VDARE.com’s mission of being the voice for the Historic American Nation, it is our hope that this property will come to represent a first major step toward greater shared knowledge about the nation’s past, present and future. The VDARE Foundation values the strengthening of regional identities and local pride and the protection and celebration of America’s national heritage. This castle does both.

Article By Ann Coulter on 02/26/2020


Earlier by Ann Coulter: Harvey Weinstein And The Democratic Sleaze Machine and Weinstein’s Pimps–The NY POST’s “Revenge Of The Ugly Girls”

You might not have heard—because Trump is still president, so MSNBC and CNN were required to give hair-on-fire coverage of some mundane action he’s taken this week—but on Monday, Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape and a criminal sexual act.

I have some random thoughts on the case and the whole #MeToo movement. Apologies in advance that this has nothing to do with Donald Trump, Dictator.

1) Every time I hear about Weinstein’s predations, I wonder how many waitresses, real estate agents and housewives in Los Angeles might be celebrated actresses today, except that when Weinstein barged out of the bathroom stark naked and lunged at them, they fled the room and didn’t look back.

Our media are so infantile. Can’t we agree that Weinstein is a psychopathic scumbag without calling the witnesses against him “heroes”?

The true heroes are the girls whose names we don’t know—not the ones who were grossed out by the pig, but had sex with him anyway, then sent him emoji-filled, suck-up emails because they wanted to be “stars.”

True, we know there are some, like Gwyneth Paltrow, who turned him down flat, so kudos to her and to Brad Pitt, who accosted Weinstein afterward and told him, “If you ever make her feel uncomfortable again, I’ll kill you.”

Not to take away from that magnificent episode, but Paltrow is Hollywood royalty (the daughter of director-producer Bruce Paltrow and actress Blythe Danner), and her boyfriend at the time was an A-list actor. Still: heroes.

Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2020
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: As Reparations, Why Not Give Blacks the Marijuana Monopoly? and WeedParations Now! Black Lawmakers Threaten To Block Legalized Marijuana in N.Y. If Their "Communities" Don’t Benefit Judging from the expression on Biden's face, Joe's not an ISteve reader. [Comment at Unz.com]...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2020
From my new Taki’s Magazine column: Ranking RuthSteve Sailer February 26, 2020 I recently unfairly baited the great baseball statistics thinker Bill James into responding at vast length to one of my snarky tweets, which got me thinking about what we could learn from baseball history about how the media often gets The Narrative wrong Read the whole thing there. [Comment at Unz.com]...
Article By Michelle Malkin on 02/25/2020

Earlier, by Michelle Malkin: A Day Without American Tech Workers

"We're full, our system's full, our country's full!" That was President Donald Trump last year at our southern border.

"Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families." That was Trump in January 2017 at his inaugural address.

"The influx of foreign workers holds down salaries, keeps unemployment high, and makes it difficult... to earn a middle class wage." That was presidential candidate Trump in 2016.

Contrast those clarion "America First" statements with the apparent hysteria of Trump's current acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, who was caught on tape telling a private audience of elites in England last week: "We are desperate—desperate—for more people. We are running out of people to fuel the economic growth that we've had in our nation over the last four years. We need more immigrants."

Mulvaney reportedly went on to push for "expanding" merit- and employment-based immigration to fill all the high-skilled jobs that Americans purportedly aren't capable of filling. By how much, for how long, in which visa categories and under what conditions this "expansion" should happen, Mulvaney is not reported to have detailed. (He will be featured at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning. It would be nice if someone asked him to elaborate, wouldn't it?)

"Running out of people" is typical Beltway swamp talk from a big business lobbyist trafficking in open borders "Chicken Little" alarmism. Has Mulvaney opened a newspaper or browsed the internet in the last 10 years? How about the last week? Over a 48-hour period, I compiled a Twitter thread of more than 50 stories of tens of thousands of recent U.S. worker layoffs in tech and other high-skilled industries. Among the U.S. corporations and institutions responsible for laying off, replacing, offshoring, and outsourcing tens of thousands of American jobs:

Post By Washington Watcher II on 02/25/2020
Earlier: Donors Swoop In As Dems Give Trump Free Pass On Immigration A possible Senate supporter of the Farm Workforce Modernization Act now says he opposes the amnesty. Republican Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford announced Tuesday that he does not support the bill. It was reported last week that he was one of three co-sponsors of the bill. The other two were notorious GOP immigration boosters Thom Ti...
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By Lydia Brimelow on 02/26/2020

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Peter and I, and the VDARE Foundation board, are delighted to announce the acquisition of the historic Berkeley Springs Castle, aka the Samuel Taylor Suit Cottage, in the beautiful resort town of Berkeley Springs West Virginia.

Owning our own meeting space has been a goal for many years, and it’s truly an honor to have this achievement manifested in such a stunning and important property.

Built into the side of Warm Spring Mountain, surrounded by forested ridges and valleys and with a view of the natural hot springs where George Washington famously bathed, this stunning property represents the perfect combination of refinement and wilderness, the twin beauties of America’s cultural and natural resources.

In line with VDARE.com’s mission of being the voice for the Historic American Nation, it is our hope that this property will come to represent a first major step toward greater shared knowledge about the nation’s past, present and future. The VDARE Foundation values the strengthening of regional identities and local pride and the protection and celebration of America’s national heritage. This castle does both.

By Ann Coulter on 02/26/2020


Earlier by Ann Coulter: Harvey Weinstein And The Democratic Sleaze Machine and Weinstein’s Pimps–The NY POST’s “Revenge Of The Ugly Girls”

You might not have heard—because Trump is still president, so MSNBC and CNN were required to give hair-on-fire coverage of some mundane action he’s taken this week—but on Monday, Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape and a criminal sexual act.

I have some random thoughts on the case and the whole #MeToo movement. Apologies in advance that this has nothing to do with Donald Trump, Dictator.

1) Every time I hear about Weinstein’s predations, I wonder how many waitresses, real estate agents and housewives in Los Angeles might be celebrated actresses today, except that when Weinstein barged out of the bathroom stark naked and lunged at them, they fled the room and didn’t look back.

Our media are so infantile. Can’t we agree that Weinstein is a psychopathic scumbag without calling the witnesses against him “heroes”?

The true heroes are the girls whose names we don’t know—not the ones who were grossed out by the pig, but had sex with him anyway, then sent him emoji-filled, suck-up emails because they wanted to be “stars.”

True, we know there are some, like Gwyneth Paltrow, who turned him down flat, so kudos to her and to Brad Pitt, who accosted Weinstein afterward and told him, “If you ever make her feel uncomfortable again, I’ll kill you.”

Not to take away from that magnificent episode, but Paltrow is Hollywood royalty (the daughter of director-producer Bruce Paltrow and actress Blythe Danner), and her boyfriend at the time was an A-list actor. Still: heroes.

By Michelle Malkin on 02/25/2020

Earlier, by Michelle Malkin: A Day Without American Tech Workers

"We're full, our system's full, our country's full!" That was President Donald Trump last year at our southern border.

"Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families." That was Trump in January 2017 at his inaugural address.

"The influx of foreign workers holds down salaries, keeps unemployment high, and makes it difficult... to earn a middle class wage." That was presidential candidate Trump in 2016.

Contrast those clarion "America First" statements with the apparent hysteria of Trump's current acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, who was caught on tape telling a private audience of elites in England last week: "We are desperate—desperate—for more people. We are running out of people to fuel the economic growth that we've had in our nation over the last four years. We need more immigrants."

Mulvaney reportedly went on to push for "expanding" merit- and employment-based immigration to fill all the high-skilled jobs that Americans purportedly aren't capable of filling. By how much, for how long, in which visa categories and under what conditions this "expansion" should happen, Mulvaney is not reported to have detailed. (He will be featured at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning. It would be nice if someone asked him to elaborate, wouldn't it?)

"Running out of people" is typical Beltway swamp talk from a big business lobbyist trafficking in open borders "Chicken Little" alarmism. Has Mulvaney opened a newspaper or browsed the internet in the last 10 years? How about the last week? Over a 48-hour period, I compiled a Twitter thread of more than 50 stories of tens of thousands of recent U.S. worker layoffs in tech and other high-skilled industries. Among the U.S. corporations and institutions responsible for laying off, replacing, offshoring, and outsourcing tens of thousands of American jobs:

By Allan Wall on 02/24/2020

Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: Are Hispanics Sadistic? Tormenting a "Sexy Girl"

Whatever Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) has done to help stem the tide of Central Americans crossing the U.S. border, he’s failed to bring down the country’s extraordinary murder rate.  And two high-profile murders in Mexico City—one a young woman and the other a little girl—are highlighting the problem of “femicide” in particular. Our current immigration policy is importing this problem here. We still need a wall!

Homicides in Mexico rose 2.7 percent in 2019; an astonishing 36,000 people were murdered, some 100 per day [Mexico’s homicide count in 2019 among its highest, by Mary Beth Sheridan, The Washington Post, January 21, 2020]. Mexico has the highest murder rate among Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development member states by far, at 24.8 per 100,000 The U.S. comes in second at a disgraceful 5.3 per 100,000—given immigration policy, not unrelated.

But “femicide” is currently the main problem for AMLO politically, as two recent cases demonstrate:

  • Ingrid Escamilla, 25, was stabbed and murdered on February 9 by her 46-year-old live-in boyfriend. He partially skinned her and removed some of her organs and dumped them in a sewer [Mexican Cops To Blame For Ingrid Escamilla's Death, by Apeksha Bagchi, Latin Times, February 18, 2020]. The suspect wasn’t hard to catch. Cops found him holding the knife…standing next to her body. Then he confessed.

Mexican tabloids published photos of Escamilla’s body on their front pages [A 25-year-old woman was brutally murdered and skinned in Mexico. Then newspapers published photos of the body, by Rob Picheta and Natalie Gallon, CNN, February 14, 2020].

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 02/24/2020

Earlier by Patrick J. Buchanan: No, This Is Not JFK's Democratic Party

Sen. Bernie Sanders may be on the cusp of both capturing the Democratic nomination and transforming his party as dramatically as President Donald Trump captured and remade the Republican Party.

After his sweep of the Nevada caucuses, following popular vote victories in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sanders has the enthusiasm and the momentum, as the crucial battles loom in South Carolina on Saturday and Super Tuesday on March 3.

The next eight days could decide it all.

And what is between now and next Tuesday that might interrupt Sanders' triumphal march to the nomination in Milwaukee?

One possible pitfall is tonight's debate in South Carolina.

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