Monthly Archives: March 2014

An uplifting tale from my high school days

While reading a news story about a substitute teacher’s bizarre behavior, I was reminded of my own high school experience, also involving a substitute teacher. As odd as Mr. Deutsch’s behavior, described in the above article, may have been, I … Continue reading

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A non-white majority and Kohl's

In his recent Bloombergview article, Francis Wilkenson ridiculed conservatives for their  distorted demographic perceptions. He wrote: In June and July, Latino Decisions conducted a national poll for the Center for American Progress and PolicyLink. The poll’s sample was especially large — 2,943 … Continue reading

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The fat banker

Recently, I had occasion to visit one of Oregon’s fine credit unions. These institutions offer many services, and  they provide competition to traditional banks. They tend to be friendly, informal, places. Not that my local bank is unfriendly; I’m always … Continue reading

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Our endangered English irregular plurals

The complex history of English manifests itself in various ways. It contains a multitude of loan words both from the English having been conquered, and having been conquerors. The commercial, religious and political history of the English is all evident … Continue reading

Posted in Africa and blacks, immigration/ Hispanics, language | 41 Comments

Ninth Circuit Court: Enabling mob rule

Back in 2011, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Arizona’s immigration law (SB 1070). According to the New York Times: PHOENIX — The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled against the State of Arizona … Continue reading

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Jewamongyou might become a racist

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, and the main reason for that is all the stuff going on in my life. It’s mostly good stuff, among them, my recent acquisition of a new scooter. My old scooter, a 150cc … Continue reading

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