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Robert E. Lee, CIVIL WAR DICTIONARY, 1959—"Great Leader Of The Lost Confederate Cause"
FDR, 1942: "One Of The Greatest Of American Soldiers, Robert E. Lee..."
John Derbyshire: The New Sectionalism—Elites Don't Just Hate The South, They Hate America
A Talk Radio Listener Says GOP Strategist Weasel Ed Rollins Is denouncing Republicans for failing to support the Capitol Police
Earlier: Michele Bachmann Is Right. The GOP Leadership Are Wimps. Ed Rollins Is A Weasel.
From: A Talk Radio Listener [Email him]
In his weekly appearance on the Mark Simone Show this morning on WOR, Rollins denounced Republicans who support the local police all around the...
Previously: Amnesty May Hinge On “Moderate” Dem Senators Manchin and Sinema
Democratic Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced Wednesday she opposed the Democrats’ budget reconciliation bill, which is set to include an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. The move likely blocks the bill for the time being. The budget bill can’t pass without Sinema’s support.
As VDARE.com reported over the weekend,...
Earlier: Not An Op-Ed: "The Olympics Rely On, But Don’t Support, Black Girl Magic"
Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, and the Revolutionary Power of Black Women’s Rest
Rest is not a trend but a birthright.By Melissa Kimble
July 28, 2021
… Inspired by fellow super-athlete Naomi Osaka, who withdrew from the Grand Slam competitions leading up to the Olympics to protect her own mental health, ...
I’ve long argued that you can’t understand the contentious topic of college admissions without understanding which type of alumni are more likely to donate to their dear old alma maters.
In 2011, I read about a man in the metal bending business donating $200 million to USC:
David Dornsife is Chairman of the Board of the Herrick Corporation, a California based steel fabrication company, and its su...
Earlier: Childishness: Hiding White Portraits To Apply Affirmative Action Retroactively
EDITORIAL28 July 2021
The lack of people of colour in science images must be fixed
Archives, libraries, photo agencies and publishers need to do better to reflect science’s true past and present.
Whoever thought that the words “do better” would become a tell for a proto-Stalinoid mindset?
In Como, a "historically African-American neighborhood" near Fort Worth, a person of no named race started shooting at a party, which is a thing that might happen at a party in any neighborhood, but is roughly 8 to 20 times more likely to happen in a "historically African-American neighborhood".
The shooter didn't kill anyone, apparently, but was stoned to death by neighbors, also of no named race....
If I weren’t already staunchly pro-vaccination, the vaccine zealots would turn me against the COVID shot. The proof that they’re practicing religion and not science is their refusal to acknowledge the great heaping hunks of immunity a person gets from natural infection.
Obviously, you don’t want to contract COVID just to get all that boffo immunity, but lots of people have already been infected, so...
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The New York Times and the Washington Post mostly run in lockstep in their use of Woke jargon, except for the term “patriarchy,” which the Times now loves much more than the Post does.
From Rozado’s Visual Analytics:
Prevalence of Prejudice-Denoting Words in News Media Discourse
Summary of manuscript “Prevalence of Prejudice-Denoting Words in News Media Discourse: A Chronologi...
iSteve commenter Gamecock Jerry writes:
My wife is a former Olympic gymnast (from [an Eastern European country]) and we were discussing this today. I was shocked how sympathetic she was to Simone. She said as you get older you start to fear the routines that when you were 16 you didn’t even think about.
She’s 24, which is old for a female gymnast. Maybe she would have lived up to the hype if ...