Recently we started seeing traffic on Allen West, Dave Agema, And AMERICAN RENAISSANCE, that we ran in 2014. Allen B. West, a patriotic black Republican, had been impressed by a powerful American Renaissance article by an anonymous (of course) public defender that frankly highlighted problems in the black community. West cares about the black community, and he posted on his web page about it: Quite Possibly the Most Racist Article You Will Ever Read, December 29, 2014. Agema had linked to the article: Confessions of a Public Defender, (May 9 2014).
Reason for our traffic spike: the same AmRen article has now been causing trouble for another white guy—Seth Grossman, GOP nominee in New Jersey’s Fourth Congressional District, who had linked to it in 2014 with a Facebook post (still online):
Grossman too apparently also got the link from Allen West.
Back in 2010 (!!), Grossman also linked to Allan Wall’s 2003 (!!) VDARE.com piece Police Cooperate With Immigration Authorities - In Mexico! —which made the entirely correct point, carefully sourced, that Mexican police are required to enforce Mexican immigration lawn, unlike American police.
It costs a pretty penny to earn a diploma in stupid.
The annual list price to attend Boston University—including tuition, fees, room and board—currently rounds out to $70,000. To acquire a degree in economics from this tony institution of higher learning, an undergrad must complete courses in calculus, microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis, empirical economics, statistics and assorted electives.
Four years, 52 credits and nearly $300,000 later, the school promises that BU economics majors will depart "with a firm understanding of core microeconomic and macroeconomic theory" and the "empirical skills that are essential to applying economic reasoning in our increasingly data-driven world."
How, then, to explain the abject economic illiteracy of meteoric media darling and democratic socialist "political rock star" Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? The 28-year-old BU alumna graduated with an economics and international relations degree in 2011. She calls herself a "nerd" and bragged about her academic credentials, tweeting earlier this month:
"How many other House Democrats have a degree in Economics like I do? Trying to find who out here is going to be in the Gini Coefficient Appreciation Squad."
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Donald J. Trump seemingly never passes up a chance to make his enemies squirm. The latest collective coronary among global mandarins was set off by Trump’s comments about alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election at the press conference following his meeting with Putin on Monday. Trump said he didn’t see why Russia would have carried out the hacks—and he also raised the perfectly reasonable question of why the FBI hadn’t seized the DNC servers. [Trump Throws a Server Wrench into Mueller’s Indictment Machine, by Mark Tapscott, LifeZette.com, July 16, 2018]
The Main Stream Media had already warmed up with a hissy fit over Trump’s comments to the Sun newspaper during his visit to the U.K. Trump commented on mass migration that is transforming Europe, saying that “what has happened to Europe is a shame.” He didn’t stop there, adding that immigration has
changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was and I don’t mean that in a positive way…you are losing your culture. Look around. You go through areas that didn’t exist ten or fifteen years ago”
[TRUMP'S BREXIT BLAST Donald Trump told Theresa May how to do Brexit ‘but she wrecked it’ – and says the US trade deal is off, By Tom Newton Dunn, July 13, 2018]
Whether Trump was referring to “areas” becoming “no go zones” for police or simply to the obvious, and staggering, transformation of great European cities, he had committed the cardinal sin of Noticing. Trump had concluded that mass immigration to Europe was “sad” since he inexplicably thinks preserving Europe’s historic nations is something worthwhile. And the Orange Man was probably thinking of his own country as well.
The Washington Post’s Phillip Bump [Email him] quickly reacted with a predictable barrage about Trump’s comments meaning that mass immigration by Third Worlders was bad for—gasp!—white people [Trump’s comments on European immigration mirror white nationalist rhetoric, July 13, 2018].
Bump wanted readers to know he had his thinking cap on, so he noted that while Trump was speaking about damage being done to “culture” in Europe, and since there are a number of European cultures, Trump probably meant—another gasp!—“Western civilization,” and that’s very bad, since what he really meant was “white culture.”
Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that U.S. relations with Russia have "never been worse."
He then added pointedly, that just changed "about four hours ago."
It certainly did. With his remarks in Helsinki and at the NATO summit in Brussels, Trump has signaled a historic shift in U.S. foreign policy that may determine the future of this nation and the fate of his presidency.
He has rejected the fundamental premises of American foreign policy since the end of the Cold War and blamed our wretched relations with Russia, not on Vladimir Putin, but squarely on the U.S. establishment.
In a tweet prior to the meeting, Trump indicted the elites of both parties: "Our relationship with Russia has NEVER been worse thanks to many years of U.S. foolishness and stupidity and now, the Rigged Witch Hunt!"
Trump thereby repudiated the records and agendas of the neocons and their liberal interventionist allies, as well as the archipelago of War Party think tanks beavering away inside the Beltway.
Looking back over the week, from Brussels to Britain to Helsinki, Trump's message has been clear, consistent and startling.
NATO is obsolete. European allies have freeloaded off U.S. defense while rolling up huge trade surpluses at our expense. Those days are over. Europeans are going to stop stealing our markets and start paying for their own defense.
It’s not that Main Stream Media journalists support Antifa—MSM journalists ARE Antifa. The alliance between the System’s street enforcers and its Narrative enforcers has become clearer than ever in recent weeks as MSM operatives denounce a new bill—sponsored by four Republican white males—that would impose harsh Federal penalties on the use of masks while undertaking political terrorism. [“Unmasking Antifa” Act Introduced In Congress: 15 Year Sentence For Masked Mayhem, ZeroHedge, July 10, 2018]
With few exceptions, every story about the proposed bill adoringly quotes Antifa organizers and favorably describes their activities. For example:
The Daily Beast’s coverage of the bill lovingly quotes Dartmouth lecturer Mark Bray’s defense of the group. However, this is self-refuting. Bray himself writes in his book Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook:
Our goal should be that in twenty years those who voted for Trump are too uncomfortable to share that fact in public. We may not always be able to change someone’s beliefs, but we sure as hell can make it politically, socially, economically, and sometimes physically costly to articulate them.
[DNC’s Keith Ellison lines up with Antifa terrorists, WND, January 4, 2018]
Thus, by Bray’s own words, it’s not “Nazis” who need to fear masked extremists who feel entitled to take the law into their own hands—it’s half the country.