Aug 27 2014

Warned That Whites Weren’t Welcome, Called Racial Slurs, White Veteran Beaten Almost to Death…but Black Police Chief Declares It Isn’t a Hate Crime

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The altercation began at about 1 a.m. when Ralph Weems and the friend, David Knighten, chose to go inside the Waffle House. Knighten said they made this decision after a man in the parking lot diplomatically suggested that they should leave because the patrons inside were angry about the Aug. 9 police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Thus, the unidentified man explained, the restaurant would not be a safe place for two white people.

According to Knighten, Weems, 32, began arguing with customers not long after he entered the Waffle House. It’s not clear what was said or what was in dispute. After the police eventually showed up, Weems and Knighten left.

On the way home, the pair decided to stop at a Huddle House — a similar, less iconic eatery that dots the South. The Huddle House was in West Point. Miss.

A group of people followed Weems and Knighten to the mostly empty Huddle House parking lot. A security guard told everyone to leave. However, Weems and Knighten found that some of the men had blocked their way.

Knighten told reporters he was trying to diffuse the situation. When a security guard told everyone to leave, Knighten said he was blocked from getting to Weems, who was on the ground being kicked by a group of people. Knighten said others then attacked him.

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West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley

“I do remember racial slurs being yelled from the crowd,” he told the Associated Press.

Police Chief Tim Brinkley , who could not be reached for comment Monday, said in the release that the attack right now is an aggravated assault investigation, and that the cause is not yet determined.

“This does not appear to be a hate crime,” he said.

SOURCES: The Daily Caller, Clarion-Ledger.


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Aug 27 2014

Walter E. Williams: Blacks Must Confront Reality

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and a member of the Board of Advisors for the Media Research Center's Free Market Project.

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and a member of the Board of Advisors for the Media Research Center’s Free Market Project.

Though racial discrimination exists, it is nowhere near the barrier it once was. The relevant question is: How much of what we see today can be explained by racial discrimination?

This is an important question because if we conclude that racial discrimination is the major cause of black problems when it isn’t, then effective solutions will be elusive forever. To begin to get a handle on the answer, let’s pull up a few historical facts about black Americans.

In 1950, female-headed households were 18 percent of the black population. Today it’s close to 70 percent. One study of 19th-century slave families found that in up to three-fourths of the families, all the children lived with the biological mother and father. In 1925 New York City, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households. Herbert Gutman, author of “The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, 1750-1925,” reports, “Five in six children under the age of six lived with both parents.” Also, both during slavery and as late as 1920, a teenage girl raising a child without a man present was rare among blacks.

Coupled with the dramatic breakdown in the black family structure has been an astonishing growth in the rate of illegitimacy. The black illegitimacy rate in 1940 was about 14 percent; black illegitimacy today is over 70 percent, and in some cities, it is over 80 percent.

The point of bringing up these historical facts is to ask this question, with a bit of sarcasm: Is the reason the black family was far healthier in the late 1800s and 1900s that back then there was far less racial discrimination and there were greater opportunities? Or did what experts call the “legacy of slavery” wait several generations to victimize today’s blacks?

Read the full OpEd at CNSNews.com.


Aug 26 2014

White House Reps at Margaret Thatcher’s Funeral: 0, at Mike Brown’s Funeral: 3

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Personally, I’ve been sitting the fence on the Ferguson thing. Mike Brown was obviously a bit of a bully, but then again so are a lot of cops. We have only a handful of witnesses, all of them heavily biased one way or another. The “facts” that emerge are disproved even before they can be tweeted with a “This changes everything!…” gasp. But nothing irritates me and I’ll assume a whole lot of other Americans, of all races, than jumping the gun, declaring one side the winner, with no evidence to support such a conclusion.

The White House sent three officials to attend Monday’s funeral for Michael Brown in St. Louis — three more than it sent for former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s funeral last year.  The administration’s handling of the Brown funeral already has started to raise comparisons between the two.

For Monday’s funeral, the White House sent two officials with the White House Office of Public Engagement as well as Broderick Johnson, chairman of the My Brother’s Keeper Task Force.

No White House officials, though, were part of the presidential delegation sent last year to Thatcher’s funeral. For that, the White House sent former secretaries of State George Schultz and James Baker III — as well as the charge d’affaires to the U.K. and the former U.S. ambassador.

The thought will be echoing through the minds of most Americans (and Brits as well), “Well of course, Thatcher was white and Brown was Black.”

Obama sure is doing a lot for race relations, isn’t he.

SOURCE: FoxNews.com.

 


Aug 25 2014

How to Get Filthy Rich By Claiming to Be Oppressed…

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Aug 25 2014

Well, it is a “race” issue after all…

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Aug 23 2014

Share this so more Liberal heads will explode: Black open-carry activists protest police brutality in Dallas

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Black gun-rights activists in Texas protested police brutality Wednesday by exercising their rights to openly carry firearms through the streets of South Dallas.

Dozens of members of the newly-formed Huey P. Newton Gun Club, named after the co-founder of the Black Panther Party, marched with rifles, shotguns and AR-15s down MLK Boulevard. They wound up at a restaurant where police officers were eating lunch, Reason magazine reported.

Police monitored the black-clad demonstrators as many chanted “black power” and “justice for Michael Brown,” the black teenager shot by police in Ferguson, Missouri, the Dallas Morning News reported.

“We think that all black people have the right to self defense and self determination,” said Huey Freeman, an organizer. “We believe that we can police ourselves and bring security to our own communities.”

Read the full article at the Washington Times.

No matter which side you come down on, the idea of Liberals trying to deal with an open-carry, Black Supremist has to be fun to watch. At least when Liberals’ heads explode, it not as much of a mess, because there’s hardly any brain matter.


Aug 22 2014

…and if you disagree, you’re racist, too…

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Aug 20 2014

The Race Vultures…

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Aug 14 2014

When the “knockout game” involves a Black man hitting a white senior citizen, Liberal media bend over backwards to avoid mentioning race

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A brief report at the neighborhood web site DNAinfo in New York City, which describes itself as “New York’s leading neighborhood news source” with “award-winning journalists” on staff, exemplifies how weak and negligent reporting on urban crime can be.

A video capture of an assault in the City’s West Greewich Village area shows a young black man first punching and knocking to the pavement a man who it turns out is in his 70s, and then running away. That video and most of how it was written up by reporter Natalie Musumeci follow the jump.

Now, most of the report (HT to a longtime emailer; bold is mine):

72-Year-Old Man Knocked to Ground in West Village Attack

A 72-year-old man was punched in the face in an apparently random attack in the West Village Monday afternoon, police said.

The victim was knocked to the ground with a single hit as he walked past a man waiting in front of 99 Jane St., a doorman building in a residential part of the village between Washington Street and West Street.

The male attacker immediately ran off as his victim, who was carrying a shopping bag, fell into a doorway at 5:29 p.m., surveillance video of the attack shows.

Police said another man, who was waiting across the street at the time of the incident, ran off with him.

Police describe the suspects as in their early 20s.

Read the full story at Newsbusters.com.


Aug 14 2014

Blacks on Twitter outraged at the attention given to White Robin Williams

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We suppose this was inevitable … but that doesn’t make it any easier to stomach. After news of Robin Williams’ suicide broke, it didn’t take long for identity politics to rear its ugly head:

Disheartening — and absolutely disgusting. Fortunately, some people have still got their heads screwed on straight:

Read the full article at Twitchy

Seems some people have forgotten how much media attention the death of Whitney Houston received. It was almost a week before they stopped doing stories about her. Of course that may have been to avoid doing any stories about the death of Andrew Breitbart.


Aug 13 2014

When Liberals attack a Black, Female Democrat…you know something is fishy.

Katrina R. Jackson is a Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, representing District 16. She was first elected to the chamber in 2011.

Katrina R. Jackson is a Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, representing District 16. She was first elected to the chamber in 2011.

Louisiana’s HB 388 requires abortionists to attain admitting privileges within 30 miles of their facility, clarifies that the “Women’s Right to Know” law applies to chemical, as well as surgical abortions, and requires doctors who perform more than five abortions a year to maintain proper licensing.

The author of the bill, Rep. Katrina Jackson, was heavily criticized for her leadership and determination to get the legislation passed. This is because she is a Democratic, African American woman who is proudly pro-life.

One of the first to criticize Rep. Jackson’s bill was none other than Cecile Richards, the President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America. In a May 28th article, Richards claimed that women disapproved of HB 388. She said that politicians are attacking women’s health by restricting access to abortion and women won’t stand for this. However, Richards overlooked the fact that HB 388 is for women and by women. The legislation was drafted with the legal expertise of a Bioethics Defense Fund attorney who happens to be a woman. The bill was supported by the committee testimony of Kathy Kleibert, the woman who serves as Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals. A woman representative, Sharon Weston Broome (D-Baton Rouge), carried HB 388 on the Senate side and two-thirds of the women members in the legislative body voted in support of this bill.

Another criticism of HB 388 was that it would negatively affect the African-American community. This came to light during the Louisiana House Health and Welfare Committee meeting on March 19th. According to the Christian Post, pro-abortion advocates and abortion clinic employees testified that, among all women, abortion benefits black women the most.

However, Rep. Jackson disagreed and said the following about the committee meeting:

“The No. 1 genocide in the African-American community, and why we’re   becoming a minority of minorities, is because most of our babies are dying in the womb from abortions.

The comments regarding African-American women were that abortion helped them make a choice when they couldn’t take care of their child. And I told them that wasn’t a cure. If you want to really cure the situation that’s going on socioeconomically with everyone, you do that by supporting measures that give people a hand up, and not a handout.”

She continued by saying, “I’m very passionate, especially when you’re looking at the African-American community, because those in the pro-choice community have been attempting to sell us on abortion being a way out for women who can’t afford to have their baby.”


Aug 9 2014

Liberal Logic at its most poignant.

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Aug 2 2014

Double Standard…

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Jul 31 2014

Redefining Reality on a Whim.

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Jul 30 2014

Black Community Leaders Oppose Diversity Teacher Being White

Karen Crozier and other racist bigots opposing the hiring of people who are white.

At an early morning news conference Monday, a small group of concerned citizens led by “Rev.” Karen Crozier met in front of the school on Church Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Crozier and others were dismayed to learn the person hired to teach the school’s three cultural studies classes is white. District officials initially considered hiring a teacher of color, she said, but ultimately hired Peter Beck, a former teacher at Hoover High School.

“We’re just saying what the community wants. We didn’t fight for a white male or female teacher to educate our babies,” Crozier said. “We still are at these racial fault lines, and we want someone who will be able to think critically about those racial fault lines and how do we help heal, to restore the problems that have existed.”

Beck has a decade of experience teaching Latino Studies courses and two years of experience teaching African-American courses, District spokeswoman Micheline Golden said. Beck also has led Hoover’s Men’s Alliance for four years, a leadership class for at-risk teens. Golden did not know how many years Beck has taught Southeast Asian studies classes.

Read the full article at the Fresno Bee.