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Post By Allan Wall on 10/24/2020
Earlier, 2019: Bipartisan, Meaning "Stupid AND Evil," Puerto Rico Statehood Bill Introduced In Congress In addition to the presidential and congressional elections, November 3rd is also the scheduled date for yet another referendum in Puerto Rico on the island's future. From Bloomberg: When Puerto Ricans go to the polls Nov. 3 to elect their governor they’ll also be asked, once again, if they want ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/24/2020
Earlier: Jack Dorsey's $10 Mil Donation/Payoff to Ibram X. Kendi Sets New Record for $/IQ Point From the Boston Globe opinion page, here’s Ibram X. Kendi illustrating my new Taki’s Magazine column about the triumph of Ibram X. Kendiism: There’s something wrong with the exam school tests — not with Black and Latinx children To tell the truth about standardized tests is to tell the story of the eu...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/24/2020
Here’s an amusing example of an Asian lady journalist cranking out a fill in the blanks story from the template of Why the White Racism-Caused Shortage of Black ________ Is a Crisis. From Time: Pet Owners Are Diverse, but Veterinarians Are Overwhelmingly White. Black Veterinarians Want to Change That BY MELISSA CHAN OCTOBER 21, 2020 8:35 AM EDT As a child, Tierra Price was mesmerized by Dr. Dol...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/24/2020
Earlier: In 2019, George Floyd Swallowed His Drugs Upon Arrest From the Washington Post news section: George Floyd’s AmericaRacism’s hidden toll The point of this long article is that George Floyd lived down to most of the worst stereotypes about blacks, so that just proves his stereotypical behavior was due to White Racism. It’s really quite simple when you think about it. As we all know, System...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/23/2020
A rare success story from the once fashionable era of billionaire-funded Education Reform efforts was the KIPP chain of charter schools. The point of KIPP was to offer volunteers schools that train poor students the way the military does: with an emphasis on order, character-building, and repetition in the fundamentals. KIPP never sold itself as a panacea. Instead, it was an option available for un...
Article By John Derbyshire on 10/23/2020

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

Earlier: Biden Calls For Nation-Busting Amnesty In Final Debate

That President Trump will lose his re-election bid is a common opinion among people who wish otherwise. It’s not just me. I got an email from an old friend who is nine times smarter than I am, and a Trump voter.

On the side of the Democrats are: The FBI, the CIA, the federal bureaucracy, academia, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Hollywood, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, the NYT, every magazine on the shelf, BLM, Antifa, 50 million illegal aliens, and now, the Chinese Communist Party.

If they can't steal an election with that group of supporters, what does it say about their general level of competence?

So Trump has an uphill battle—but he also has poor mountaineering skills. That’s what mainly got my attention in Thursday night's Trump-Biden debate

Some of this has already been elaborated by my VDARE.com colleague James Kirkpatrick here..

The number is likely closer to twenty million; and with chain migration following, that twenty million would bring in another forty, fifty, a hundred million. Why didn't Trump say that?

Radio derb By John Derbyshire on 10/23/2020
03m12s  Trump drops the ball.  (Uphill battle; poor mountaineering skills.) 11m03s  The Fourth Industrial Revolution.  (Launched by Covid-19.) 19m03s  Decline of the World Series.  (Fans just don't care anymore.) 25m22s  A small break for Derek Chauvin.  (One charge dropped.) 27m11s  Defund NPR!  (Your taxes at work … for Joe Biden.) 28m51s  San Francisco's CAREN law.  (The intensifying war agains...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/23/2020
From The Independent in the UK, a good example of my long-running theme about how discourse in English-speaking world is deteriorating toward a child’s view of Good Guys vs. Bad Guys based on identity Pokemon Points and partisanship. The leftist critic says that, while you might think, Sacha Baron Cohen deserves cancelation, not that cancelation exists, for making fun of hip-hop fans, Muslims, and...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 10/23/2020
From: A Gay VDARE.com Reader [Email him] "Bait and switch" should be the slogan of today's gay rights movement, now known as the LGBTQ+ movement. The leadership likes to entice young people with attractive promises of equal rights. Who doesn't want that? And who doesn't deserve that? But what follows nearly all of the time these days is the entire left-wing agenda. Every liberal idea suddenly becom...
Post By Paul Kersey on 10/23/2020
During the Summer of George Floyd rage, we’ve seen multiple anti-white attacks by blacks across the USA. There has been virtually zero national media coverage of this events. Enter another story of anti-white violence from a black individual into the mix. Her name is Christine Summers. The 53-year-old was a wife, a mother, a grandmother, and worked in the vocation of truck driving to provide for he...
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By John Derbyshire on 10/23/2020

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

Earlier: Biden Calls For Nation-Busting Amnesty In Final Debate

That President Trump will lose his re-election bid is a common opinion among people who wish otherwise. It’s not just me. I got an email from an old friend who is nine times smarter than I am, and a Trump voter.

On the side of the Democrats are: The FBI, the CIA, the federal bureaucracy, academia, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Hollywood, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, the NYT, every magazine on the shelf, BLM, Antifa, 50 million illegal aliens, and now, the Chinese Communist Party.

If they can't steal an election with that group of supporters, what does it say about their general level of competence?

So Trump has an uphill battle—but he also has poor mountaineering skills. That’s what mainly got my attention in Thursday night's Trump-Biden debate

Some of this has already been elaborated by my VDARE.com colleague James Kirkpatrick here..

The number is likely closer to twenty million; and with chain migration following, that twenty million would bring in another forty, fifty, a hundred million. Why didn't Trump say that?

By Washington Watcher II on 10/22/2020

Earlier, by Peter Brimelow, 2015: GOP Should "Thank Heaven Fasting" For Trump But Instead Plans To Shoot Self In Testicles

Stupid Party hacks and Cuckservative Inc. cowards are at it again. As they did four years ago, they believe the Main Stream Media Narrative that November 3 will be a Big Blue Wave, and are maneuvering to betray the president [‘The president is likely toast’: Trump's woes raise GOP fears of a blue wave, by Sahil Kapur, NBC News, October 9, 2020]. These traitors want a return to the Paul Ryan GOP. Trump’s nationalist appeal to the Historic American Nation—which Ruling Class Republicans hate more than Kamala Harris Democrats—was an aberration, they say. It was a one-off that must never be repeated. They believe that the base will accept cuckservatism without complaint. But they underestimate not only Trump’s appeal as a candidate but also the appeal of his American First nationalism. Win or lose, Trumpism is here to stay.

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse leads the pack of backstabbing ingrates. Endorsed by Trump in the GOP primary and an almost certain winner in two weeks, Sasse repaid Trump by tearing into him, significantly echoing Democrat talking points during a conference call with constituents this month. The president had ignored COVID and “kisses dictators’ butts,” Sasse fumed. Trump “ignored Hong Kong,” “treated the presidency like a business opportunity,” and “flirted with white supremacists.” Even worse, Trump might create a “permanent” Democratic majority with his policies and behavior [GOP Sen. Sasse says Trump ‘kisses dictators’ butts’ and mocks evangelicals, by David Drucker, Washington Examiner, October 15, 2020]. Some say the call was “leaked” by persons unknown. Others believe Sasse’s the culprit.

To his credit, Trump thumped the Yale-Harvard grad on Twitter: “The least effective of our 53 Republican Senators, and a person who truly doesn’t have what it takes to be great, is Little Ben Sasse of Nebraska,” a one-two punch began. Trump finished with this uppercut: “Little Ben is a liability to the Republican Party, and an embarrassment to the Great State of Nebraska. Other than that, he’s just a wonderful guy!”

But Sasse is not alone. Trump better be ready to rumble. Little Ben and his crew are out to get him:

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/22/2020

When Amy Coney Barrett was nominated to a judgeship on the U.S. Court of Appeals in 2017, Sen. Dianne Feinstein was taken aback by the Notre Dame law professor's Catholic convictions about the right to life.

"Professor," said Feinstein, "when you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that's of concern."

Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, got a second chance to quiz Barrett during the Supreme Court nomination hearings conducted by Chairman Lindsey Graham.

Believing, after four days, that she and her colleagues had been treated fairly, Feinstein volunteered across the aisle, "This is one of the best set of hearings that I've participated in."

She gave Graham, a friend and colleague of decades, a brief hug.

To shocked Democrats, however, this was collusion, consorting with the enemy in a time of war.

By Ann Coulter on 10/21/2020

Earlier: Ann Coulter On Trump's Victories—Including The Muslim Ban!

In 2015, Donald J. Trump decided he was going to run for president on popular ideas. This was a stunning, historic breakthrough in American politics. He made his announcement in a speech talking about Mexican rapists, pledging to deport illegal aliens and build a wall. And the rest is history.

I’m thinking he should try it again this Thursday night.

Recall that Trump’s famous escalator speech provided any number of possible campaign themes:

But that’s not what the crowds chanted. They certainly weren’t chanting “Reform Social Security!” or “Protect Ukraine’s national sovereignty!” No, the slogan that inspired a million T-shirts, chalk etchings, replicas and hashtags was: Build the wall!

Month after month, at every rally, whenever Trump mentioned the wall, the crowds went wild. It was Trump’s one surefire standing ovation, his “Free Bird” at a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert. Even before Trump would take the stage, his supporters would start the chant: “BUILD THE WALL!”

Before the 2016 Iowa caucuses, Daily Beast columnist Michael Moynihan tweeted: “Talked to lots of Trump supporters in Iowa. When I pointed out he wasn’t a conservative, all had same answer: ‘So? The wall!’”

By Mike Scruggs on 10/20/2020

Earlier by Mike Scruggs: Happy 200th Birthday, Robert E. Lee!

If you Google “Black Confederates,” you will know a lot about Google’s politics. It is also obvious that there is a tremendous effort to dismiss the idea that blacks would implicitly resist and even explicitly take up arms against the 1861-1865 Northern invasion of the South. Of course, the demonization of the South and anything remotely tied to the Confederacy, not least the destruction of Confederate monuments, is just part of currently surging anti-white politics and the drive to rewrite all of American history.  Yet the existence of Black Confederates is actually not surprising: they were typically teamsters—the forerunners of the black truck drivers of the Red Ball Express in the still-segregated U.S. Army during World War II—and other parts of the logistical tail that all armies depend upon. Still, it’s unquestionably a Politically Incorrect embarrassment that the Confederate armies were apparently able to rely upon these slaves until the very end of the war—just as throughout the war there were no slave insurrections (as distinct from runaways) anywhere in the South.

Thus, for example, Allen Guelzo in his account of Robert E. Lee’s retreat from defeat at Gettysburg in The Last Invasion:

[The Confederates] temper was darkened still further by the miseries of having “to stand & wait for an hour or more” on roads “blocked up with troops,” and by the unearthly screaming, shrieking, weeping, moaning, “oaths, and execrations” which arose from the army’s ambulances as the “wagons kept the road” and the uninjured survivors “marched through the fields & woods on each side.” Occasionally, there would be “a brass band on the side of the road … playing ‘Dixie’ & ‘Maryland,’ ” but this did not do much to drown out the cries heard by John Imboden from thousands of voices in the backs of jolting wagons and ambulances: O God! Why can’t I die? … My God! Will no one have mercy and kill me and end my misery? … Oh! stop one minute and take me out and leave me to die on the roadside … I am dying! I am dying! My poor wife, my dear children! What will become of you? [Union commander George] Meade’s hesitation gave both parts of Lee’s army a full day’s grace, but since the wagon trains alone occupied anywhere from fifteen to twenty miles of road, the likelihood of Lee putting any great distance between himself and pursuit was dim. [Emphasis added].

But the Army of Northern Virginia did escape this desperate situation–with the help of its black teamsters, who apparently went back to the South with it.

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