Monthly Archives: September 2010

John Stossel's "Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity"

I just finished reading John Stossel’s Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity.  He deals with many issues in this book; more than can be covered in a review such as this.  It is definitely worth-while reading and very entertaining.  The fact … Continue reading

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On burning the Quran

A Florida pastor has called off his plans to burn some 200 Qurans and the world breaths a sigh of relief.  According to CNN, the burning would… …have sparked international controversy and protests in the Muslim world. U.S. military leaders … Continue reading

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non-whites and environmentalism

I’ve been reading a leftist race blog (which, for various reasons, I shall not link to).  One particular post deals with the environmentalist movement and claims that non-white environmentalists are not taken seriously by the movement at large. The post … Continue reading

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Selling racial equalitarianism

I was in sales for much of my adult life.  I used to sell computers and, in the eyes of our bosses, it was as important to sell our extended warranties as it was to sell the actual hardware.  Generally, … Continue reading

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violent black racism

Back in March of this year, we read about “flash mobs” materializing in Philadelphia.  During these events, hundreds (if not thousands) of blacks descended upon innocent whites.  Practically all of the perpetrators were black and the victims were white.  Some … Continue reading

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Watch out for evil clouds!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlk0cq1R5wg&feature=channel

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"Race" by John Baker

I just finished reading “Race” by John R. Baker and wanted to give a brief review of it while it is still fresh in my mind. It is a monumental work and of great value.  The depth, range of insights … Continue reading

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Southern African "clicking"

The “clicking” languages of Southern Africa are famous among scholars.  Linguists have even entertained the idea that these languages are vestiges of the oldest human speech.  Most such languages are members of the Khoisan language family, the most popular being … Continue reading

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