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Post By Steve Sailer on 11/22/2019
From the New York Times: Tulsi Gabbard’s White Pantsuit Isn’t Winning The Democratic presidential candidate has made white the staple of debate night appearances. It leaves a chill. By Vanessa FriedmanNov. 21, 2019, 8:07 a.m. ET What has happened to the white pantsuit? Watching the Democratic debate held in Atlanta on Wednesday night, it was one of the questions that stuck with me. It’s not as...
Post By Matthew Richer on 11/21/2019
Former Massachusetts governor and current presidential candidate, Deval Patrick, has been enormously popular with white liberals, but, unlike Obama, he has never seemed particularly popular with blacks. For example, Patrick was recently supposed to speak at historically black Morehouse College. However, only two people showed up to hear him, which forced the campaign to cancel the event at the last...
Article By Eugene Gant on 11/21/2019

Earlier by Eugene Gant: A Catholic Layman Wanted His Bishops To Talk About The Lavender Mob—But They Wanted To Talk About “Racism”!

As a Catholic and an American, I took a deep interest in the recent election of Mexican immigrant José Gomez to be president the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. I was even more interested to learn that chief concern of his will be, wouldn’t you know it, immigration. Forget pervert priests, the mass murder of children in the womb etc. The real crisis facing the American Church is DREAMers and their evil nemesis President Trump!

Gomez is the 67-year-old archbishop of Los Angeles, the largest Catholic diocese in the country. He pulled 176 of the 238 votes cast [Archbishop Gomez elected next president of the US bishops, by Pablo Kay, Angelus, November 12, 2019

Gomez, right, who appears to be yet another Conquistador-American,  was apparently transferred to the U.S in 1987 and became a citizen in 1995. Like all bishops, he is a highly-educated, intelligent man with degrees in accounting, theology, and philosophy. He’s probably a nice fellow, too.

But all that erudition and niceness regardless, he wrongly thinks his job, backed by the USCCB, is changing immigration policy.

Post By Anonymous Attorney on 11/21/2019
Black people are learning a new trick: when in trouble, claim the other guy used the N-word or some other racial epithet. The recent claim against Steelers QB Mason Rudolph is a fine example.[NFL finds 'no such evidence' of Mason Rudolph directing racial slur at Myles Garrett, ESPN,November 21, 2019] Let me assure you. There is ZERO chance that Mason Rudolph called Myles Garrett the n-word, or anyt...
Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 11/21/2019

Was there linkage between the withholding of U.S. military aid and the U.S. demand for a Ukrainian state investigation of the Bidens?

"Was there a quid pro quo?"

This question has bedeviled this city for months now. "The answer is yes," said U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland in sworn testimony on Wednesday.

Post By James Fulford on 11/21/2019
This is from the NBC Transcript of the recent Democratic debate. Of course, with so many candidates, it's more like a quiz show, and what the MSM is inquisitive about is imaginary white terrorists. Here's that question: [White House Correspondent Kristen] WELKER: Welcome back, everyone, to the fifth Democratic debate. Let's move now to the issue of race in America. FBI Director Christopher Wray rec...
Post By Federale on 11/21/2019
Ken Cuccinelli’s elevation to the Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will give him enormous power. He’s expected to be in charge of immigration issues while the Acting DHS Secretary, Chad Wolf is expected to concentrate on other DHS components and issues, but Cuccinelli will also have to deal with the continuing insubordination and sabotage by many bureaucrats in D...
Post By James Fulford on 11/20/2019
Above: suspects in the 2015 Bunny Friend Park shooting. They're not murder suspects, because no one died. Earlier: The “Leaded Law” And Mass Shootings—Poor Black Marksmanship Is Saving Lives Jazz Shaw at Hotair.com (which was founded by Michelle Malkin) writes about two shootings that don't fit the Narrative. One is the Hmong shooting in Fresno, where, of course, Hmong violence is a regular thing,...
Post By Steve Sailer on 11/20/2019
Earlier: Diversity, Inclusion, Equity: What's That Spell? (DIE!) From the New York Times: The Big Business of Unconscious Bias Companies want to avoid racism, sexism and misgendering. Consultants are standing by. By Nora ZelevanskyNov. 20, 2019, 5:27 p.m. ET Recently, a story circulated within the diversity, equity and inclusion industry (D.E.I.), iSteve commenter Buck suggests: “And DEI is mor...
Post By John Derbyshire on 11/20/2019
The Radio Derb transcript for November 15 is up. Go here to read or listen. 01m25s  Disgust and shame.  (The impeachment hearings.) 09m05s  Why isn't everywhere Switzerland?  (A guy I could vote for.) 15m53s  The Rectification of Names.  (Weekly update.) 18m55s  Demography notes.  (The movement between the states.) 27m39s  Chuckling along with Steve.  (Some long-deserved recognition.) 32m46s  Victo...
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By Eugene Gant on 11/21/2019

Earlier by Eugene Gant: A Catholic Layman Wanted His Bishops To Talk About The Lavender Mob—But They Wanted To Talk About “Racism”!

As a Catholic and an American, I took a deep interest in the recent election of Mexican immigrant José Gomez to be president the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. I was even more interested to learn that chief concern of his will be, wouldn’t you know it, immigration. Forget pervert priests, the mass murder of children in the womb etc. The real crisis facing the American Church is DREAMers and their evil nemesis President Trump!

Gomez is the 67-year-old archbishop of Los Angeles, the largest Catholic diocese in the country. He pulled 176 of the 238 votes cast [Archbishop Gomez elected next president of the US bishops, by Pablo Kay, Angelus, November 12, 2019

Gomez, right, who appears to be yet another Conquistador-American,  was apparently transferred to the U.S in 1987 and became a citizen in 1995. Like all bishops, he is a highly-educated, intelligent man with degrees in accounting, theology, and philosophy. He’s probably a nice fellow, too.

But all that erudition and niceness regardless, he wrongly thinks his job, backed by the USCCB, is changing immigration policy.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 11/21/2019

Was there linkage between the withholding of U.S. military aid and the U.S. demand for a Ukrainian state investigation of the Bidens?

"Was there a quid pro quo?"

This question has bedeviled this city for months now. "The answer is yes," said U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland in sworn testimony on Wednesday.

By Allan Wall on 11/20/2019

It’s not news that bureaucrats like Russell Moore and the Soros Evangelicals who now control the Southern Baptist Convention, the country’s largest Protestant denomination, have adopted one Leftist PC agenda item after another, not least on immigration and “diversity.” But now patriots in local churches are fighting back—and the bureaucrats are moving to crush them.

The First Baptist Church in Naples FL [Twitter] recently began hiring a new pastor. Eventually, the congregation’s leaders and search committee put black pastor Marcus Hayes up for a vote. According to Naples First Baptist’s rules, an applicant must receive 85 percent. Hayes received only 81 percent, 1,552 yes, 365 no. So he didn’t get the job.

Hardly surprising. An email circulating among dissidents before the vote expressed concern that Hayes supports Kamala Harris, reparations, intersectionality, Critical Race theory and Eric Mason’s  “woke church” concept [Leaked Emails Show That FBC Naples’ Members Had Serious Concerns About Marcus Hayes’ Biblical Qualifications, by Jeff Maples, Reformation Charlotte, November 2, 2019]. He was simply too Leftist for a significant group in the FBCN congregation.

But rather than move on, SBC leaders made a moral issue of it, accusing congregants of racism and, remarkably, moving to purge them.

From a letter from the First Baptist “Pastoral Staff” posted to the Baptist Blogger Twitter account on October 28:

Certainly, it is one thing to disagree, but it is a whole other thing to use unscrupulous, divisive, and false accusations to achieve one’s goals. It that were not bad enough, part of the minority “no” vote did something that, quite honestly, should never ever have its place in society, much less the Lord’s Church. Last week, through social media, texting, phone calls, and emails, racial prejudice was introduced into our voting process.

Please know that specifically your Pastoral Staff is deeply, deeply grieved. We are grieved for Marcus and Mandy [the applicant’s white wife] that they had to endure such vileness. We are deeply grieved that the wonderful name of our Lord and the reputation of First Baptist Church Naples was affected by this campaign against Marcus Hayes.

[Senior Pastor Voting Results, Posted by First Baptist Church of Naples Pastoral Staff]

The Baptist Blogger himself added this helpful commentary:

What happened at @FBCNaples is disgusting, and most likely fueled by resurgent racism in SBC life.

By Ann Coulter on 11/20/2019

Earlier: Ann Coulter On Kavanaugh Smear: Penis Story Collapses In Flaccid Hearsay

While waiting for a car at Union Station last Thursday night, I was treated to a giant TV screen playing Christine Blasey Ford's testimony from last year against then-nominee Brett Kavanaugh—now "Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh." The display had been arranged by feminists to protest the justice’s speech to a Federalist Society dinner inside the station.

Thanks for the memories! I’ve been meaning to mention that Kavanaugh’s opponents are inveterate liars, who cannot be trusted to tell the truth about anything. This was just the nudge I needed!

Today, we’ll cover some of the left’s lies about “white privilege.” (More to come in a future column.)

In their now discredited book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh,” Robin Pogrebin [Tweet her] and Kate Kelly [Tweet her] describe a mythical Yale University of the 1980s, teaming with rich preppies swatting down humble Puerto Ricans with their polo mallets.

The humble Puerto Rican in question is Debbie Ramirez, who didn’t remember what Kavanaugh had done to her for more than 30 years, until he was nominated to the Supreme Court, after which she spent “six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney,” as The New Yorker put it.

That doesn’t sound like much of an accusation, but liberals have a better method of deciding the truth:

Male: bad; Female: good;

White: bad; Half-Puerto Rican: good;

Rich: bad; Poor: good.

Using this abacus, the authors set out to prove that Ramirez is pure as the driven snow (except snow is bad because it’s white), and Kavanaugh is lower than pond scum.

 

By F. Roger Devlin on 11/19/2019

All of Lawrence Auster's great blog View From The Right  is still online.

For six years following Lawrence Auster’s death in March, 2013, his friend and literary executor Laura (Thinking Housewife) Wood struggled unsuccessfully to interest American publishers in his magnum opus Our Borders, Ourselves: America in the Age of Multiculturalism. But, as she learned the hard way, even the most mercenary interests here in the “Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave” flee like jackrabbits from any advocacy on behalf of their country’s historical majority. So the VDARE Foundation has come to the rescue, and the public is at last invited to share the distilled results of Mr. Auster’s lifetime of careful thought about the crisis facing Western Civilization. (VDARE.com gets more money if you buy through this link: it's also available on Barnes & Noble, etc.)

You can see the problem! Imagine the terror which must have struck the hearts of Manhattan editors confronted with Auster passages like this:

European-Americans must rediscover and reassert the racial and civilizational identity they have lost, must once again believe in themselves and assert their own consciousness as a people. To do this, they must squarely confront the double standard which says that a concern for the survival of a collective white identity is illegitimate and hateful, while a concern for the collective survival of other identities, such as a Jewish identity, is moral and admirable.

(Lawrence Auster was himself Jewish, although he converted to Episcopalianism and ultimately to Roman Catholicism).

In Auster’s 1990 booklet The Path to National Suicide, reproduced in a slightly revised form as the second chapter of this new book, he noted the widespread misperception that the so-called “browning of America” is “a kind of vast natural phenomenon, as far outside of human control as continental drift.” In fact, of course, it resulted from a single ill-considered 1965 act of Congress that could be overridden by new legislation tomorrow—if only Congress had the political will for it. But it is easier to open the floodgates to immigration than to shut them: once a foreign ethnic group is established, any attempt to restrict its further migration gets interpreted as a malicious attack upon it.

And so the European founding stock of the US has sunk from nearly 90% of the population before the 1965 act to just above 60% now. The census bureau projects a 40% white America by the end of this century and, as Auster correctly remarks, “it is not at all inconceivable that in two centuries European-Americans will be no larger a part of the American population than Afrikaners are of the South African population today.”

Even if this happens, however, it does not mean whites will ever cease to be denounced as oppressors. Auster writes:

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