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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Married FedEx Worker, 31, is Charged Over the Rape and Murder of a New York Google Exec, 27, While She was Out Jogging Near Her Mother's Home

 

Vanessa Marcotte's Graduation Day at Boston University, 2011 or 2012
 

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Vanessa Marcotte, 27: Another Lovely, Young, Diversity Murder Victim; but She Fought Back Heroically, and Identified Her Killer and Would-be Rapist from the Grave.”]

By Reader-Researcher RC

 

 

"We got him": Police arrest Vanessa Marcotte's suspected killer
www.dailymail.co.uk

Angelo Colon-Ortiz, 31, was indicted for murder on Friday by a grand jury over the slaying of 27-year-old Vanessa Marcotte in August near her mother's home in ...

 

 


Murder suspect Angelo Colon-Ortiz at his arraignment


Political Cartoon: Everybody Hates President Trump! Just Look at the Polls! That’s Why the Democrats Won All Four Special Elections… Oops!

 

 

Analysis by Michael Barone.

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Sunday, June 25, at 10 a.m. ET, is High Wall (1947), Starring Robert Taylor

 

 

By David in TN
Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 10:17:00 A.M. EDT

 

Audrey Totter and Robert Taylor in a restaurant in High Wall
 

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Sunday, June 25, at 10 am ET, is High Wall (1947). Robert Taylor plays an amnesiac war veteran, a common plot device in post WW II film noir.

High Wall is a psychological thriller with noir female icon Audrey Totter as a psychiatrist treating Taylor's character.
 

Are Dems and GOPers on Senate Judiciary Committee Investigating Loretta Lynch for Obstruction of Justice, Helping Hilary Clinton, or is This Just More Spin Cycle?

By Nicholas Stix

What can I tell you? "Obstruction of justice" is the hot phrase this year, like "Show me the money!" from Jerry Maguire, back in 1996.
 

Senate Investigates Loretta Lynch’s Conduct During Clinton Email Probe
By Andrew Rafferty
Friday, June 23, 2017, 2:22 p.m.
NBC News

A bipartisan group of senators on Friday requested more information from former Attorney General Loretta Lynch about her reported efforts to hamper the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use as secretary of state.

The Democratic and Republican leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee sent letters to Lynch, Clinton campaign staffer Amanda Renteria, and employees of the Open Society Foundations seeking more information about media reports that Lynch privately assured Democrats the investigation would soon stall out.

The panel cited reports in The New York Times and the Washington Post that the FBI obtained hacked documents that suggested Lynch assured Renteria would not “go too far.” The alleged assurance was indicated in an email from then-Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to Leonard Benardo of the Open Society Foundations. However, the Post reported the documents were viewed within the FBI as unreliable and possibly fake, and Renteria has said Russians used her to spread the false information.

“The reports come amidst numerous allegations of political inference in controversial and high-profile investigations spanning the current and previous administrations,” the Senate committee said in a statement.

Ousted FBI Director James Comey cited the email as the reason behind his decision to publicly announce the end of the investigation into Clinton’s emails, and was later used as justification by President Donald Trump to fire Comey.

[At NBC News.]

Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice—but in Portland Oregon, not Washington, D.C.!

 

Black-robed felon Monica Harranz
 

Illegal alien Diddier Pacheco Salazar
 

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

Felons in Black Robes: Meet Criminal, Reconquista Judge, Monica Harranz—and Her Accomplices!]


By Jerry PDX
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 11:10:00 P.M. EDT

This is a followup to the Portland, OR story I sent about Judge Monica Herranz who allowed an illegal immigrant to escape ICE agents through her back door. You ran the story here:

“Felons in Black Robes: Meet Criminal, Reconquista Judge, Monica Harranz—and Her Accomplices!”

This story just appeared in the Oregonian.

This is what happened in a nutshell: ICE agents were in the courthouse and supposedly looking for illegals. How they knew there was at least one there (Pacheco), is not stated anywhere. Pacheco was an illegal at the courthouse facing a DUI charge, his attorney told Herranz he didn't have his papers with him but didn't tell her he was actually an illegal, so she “didn't know.” She then let him out the back door (judge’s entrance).

There has been an “investigation,” and it has been determined that Herranz “didn't violate any judicial conduct rules.” From the article:

“Trial Court Administrator Barbara Marcille investigated Herranz's actions from Jan. 27 and found that Herranz didn’t knowingly help impaired-driving defendant Diddier Pacheco-Salazar elude capture.”

First off, the article says she let Pacheco out a door open to the public. I've been in the courtrooms and know well and good those back doors are not “open” to the public. They can be used by the public if allowed to, but they are not “open.”

She's claiming ignorance about his legal status, though I'm wondering what sort of documentation was presented to her for his DUI case. Doesn't something trigger when an illegal alien has been driving and is busted for DUI?

Pacheco's defense attorney told Herranz that Pacheco didn’t have his immigration papers, which means he (or she) lied to Herranz by suggesting he did have legal papers. If Herranz actually believed this lie, then why did she let Pacheco out the back door? After all, if he was legal, then it’s just a matter of checking up on his status. Is that defense attorney facing any charges for lying to the judge about his client’s legal status?

Herranz at least suspected Pacheco was an illegal because, again, there’s no reason for him to evade ICE agents if he was a legal citizen. The reasoning here is that because she didn’t “know” he was an illegal she didn’t do anything wrong, just suspecting he was an illegal and helping him elude ICE agents isn’t breaking any rules.

Is that legal sophistry or what? One has to wonder who this Court Administrator Barbara Marcill is and what her agenda is. I tried to find more info about Ms. Marcill but could only find a picture of her on google:




Like Herranz, she’s an attractive, middle-ageish woman who was probably a pretty hot number in her youth, a type that is often involved in protecting young male Hispanic and Negro criminals.

Note the author of this article: Aimee Green, evokes the “fear” mantra at least twice, how terrible it is that ICE makes people (in general) “afraid.” No Ms. Green, ICE doesn’t make legal citizens afraid, it doesn’t make legal immigrants afraid, it makes “illegals” afraid. As they should be.


So Much for the New Civility! Racial Supremacist Congressman Threatens Colleague with Violence on the House Floor

N.S.: The alleged reporter, Cristina Marcos, buried her lede, indeed, buried the entire story!

One honest headline would have been the one I used. Another would have been, “Black Dem Congressman, Cedric Richmond, Threatens White congressman, Steve King with Violence on the House Floor.”

“Black Dem accuses Steve King of 'white privilege' in heated exchange” is completely dishonest, even though Hill operative Cristina Marcos would surely challenge me with, ‘Didn’t he accuse Steve King of “white privilege”?’

Her headline editor could also have honestly written, “Two Clothed and Shod Congressmen Exchange Sharp Words”


By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Friday, June 23, 2017 at 12:24:00 A.M. EDT

Black Dem accuses Steve King of 'white privilege' in heated exchange
By Cristina Marcos
June 22, 2017, 1:22 P.M. EDT
The Hill

The chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus accused Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), who’s faced criticism in the past for racially charged comments, of bias stemming from “white privilege.”

King was offering an amendment to legislation considered in the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that speeds up the return of unaccompanied immigrant children to their home countries if they haven’t been subject to human trafficking and aren’t at risk of persecution.

King’s amendment would require the Justice Department to report to Congress on crimes committed by the unaccompanied immigrant children following their release from Department of Homeland Security custody.

He began citing statistics comparing the violent death rate in El Salvador to the homicide rate in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.), who represents New Orleans and leads the Black Caucus, quickly interrupted.

“We’re going to lose all civility in this committee if he thinks it’s appropriate to compare New Orleans to Guatemala,” Richmond said.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) tried to be diplomatic. “The gentleman from Iowa has the right to make a statistical comparison between two locations,” he said.

But Richmond said it was inappropriate for King to compare New Orleans, which has a large African American population, to a country in Central America where people are fleeing violence.

“It’s not appropriate. It’s insensitive. And it’s nothing more than traditional white privilege of ‘let me criticize a minority city,’” Richmond said angrily.

“If the gentleman persists on it, then let’s go in the back and have the conversation about New Orleans,” he added. “If it takes walking across over there, then I’m prepared to do that, too.”

Richmond noted that lawmakers had been calling for more political civility in the wake of last week’s shooting at the GOP baseball practice, emphasizing that “words and actions have consequences.”

Goodlatte defended King’s right to compare the statistical data.

“Words have consequences. So do statistics, and so do arguments. This is the place to do it under the rules of the House,” Goodlatte said, yielding back to King.


GRA: The truth hit a bullseye, right on Richmond's noggin. Go get 'em, King.

Motorcyclist Deliberately Wreaks Havoc, Causing Chain Accident (Video!)

By A Texas Reader




Road rage incident caught on camera triggers massive crash on California highway
Updated: 9:17 PM MDT Jun 23, 2017
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. —
WCVB5

A video of a motorcycle rider kicking his leg at a vehicle along a freeway in an apparent road rage, triggering a chain-reaction crash, is going viral on social media.

The incident happened on Highway 14 in Santa Clarita, just north of Los Angeles.

In the video, a motorcyclist appears to kick a car, and then the vehicle swerves. The driver hit the center wall, spun back into traffic and hit an SUV, causing it to flip over before it came to a stop.

The motorcyclist continued driving down the highway, while nearby vehicles stopped to help the victims involved in the crash.

The passenger who shot the video told KNBC he started recording when the gray sedan cut off a passing motorcyclist.

"Words went back and forth," he told KNBC.

One person in the SUV that flipped over was taken to a local hospital, the California Highway Patrol said.

The person who recorded the video turned the footage over to authorities.

Last Embrace in North Charleston: Black Man is Murdered While in the Act; It Must Have been a White Cop!

By Reader-Researcher RC

A police report released Monday says she told officers that she and 34-year-old Ladontes Miller of North Charleston were having sex when someone came up beside the van and shot Miller. A man who lives in the area told police he heard a single gunshot….

Woman: Man fatally shot while they were having sex in van
www.koat.com

A woman [crackhead prostitute] has told police in South Carolina that a man was shot to death while they were having sex in a van. North Charleston police told local media that officers...

One Chicago High School Had 29 Students Shot, and Eight Killed in a Single Year; “Sensitive,” Liberal Story is Worse than What a White Supremacist Would Say

I apologize to Jerry PDX, who gave me this item over four years ago. I just stumbled onto it, while looking for something else.


By Jerry PDX
Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 9:27:00 P.M. EDT

I highly advise listening to the broadcast re Harper High. As I listened to it I realized everything you say about black culture is reinforced, even coming from the liberal viewpoint, it’s just done in a “sensitive” way.


487: Harper High School, Part One
Feb 15, 2013
This American Life

We spent five months at Harper High School in Chicago, where last year alone 29 current and recent students were shot. 29. We went to get a sense of what it means to live in the midst of all this gun violence, how teens and adults navigate a world of funerals and Homecoming dances. We found so many incredible and surprising stories…”


N.S.: “Lotta fresh meat!,” says a cop chuckling.

The NPR host, Ira Glass, praises this as fun-loving, but “fresh meat” is prison talk.

At This American Life/NPR.

The Trial of Being a Black Man in America (Photo)

 

Black Victim Tyreke Smith
 

Countenance explains.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Isaac Asimov on Democracy, Population, and Freedom of the Bathroom

By Nicholas Stix

A colleague just sent me the following succinctly brilliant observation by the late, legendary science-fiction writer, an important observation by M. Boyd Wilcox, and a third observation by anonymous writer.

1. The Population-to-Representation Ratio

Isaac Asimov said that democracy cannot survive overpopulation:

“It's going to destroy it all. I use what I call my bathroom metaphor. If two people live in an apartment, and there are two bathrooms, then both have what I call freedom of the bathroom, go to the bathroom any time you want, and stay as long as you want to for whatever you need. And this to my way is ideal. And everyone believes in the freedom of the bathroom. It should be right there in the Constitution.

“But if you have 20 people in the apartment and two bathrooms, no matter how much every person believes in freedom of the bathroom, there is no such thing. You have to set up times for each person, you have to bang at the door, ‘Aren't you through yet,’ and so on. And in the same way, democracy cannot survive overpopulation. Human dignity cannot survive it. Convenience and decency cannot survive it. As you put more and more people onto the world, the value of life not only declines, but it disappears. It doesn't matter if someone dies.”

[M. Boyd] Wilcox said,

“The original ratio (in Congress) was 1-30,000. Not only has our nation’s population increased over 270 times since the founding of the Republic. It would take 8,700 members of the U.S. House to restore that original ratio.”

2. I [my colleague] recently read somewhere that Western countries are currently too complex to be governed effectively, which contributes to the disintegration of representative government.

N.S.: My only quibble with Asimov is in his invocation of “democracy.” Democracy does not promise “freedom of the bathroom,” or any other freedom, save for the ability of a majority, or even a mere plurality of voters, to impose their will on the rest of the nation.

America was not founded as democracy, and although it has democratic elections, it has never been one. The U.S. Constitution, particularly the Bill of Rights, is undemocratic. If we were a democracy, the Bill of Rights would have long ago bit the dust. As it is, the Bill of Rights is presently on life support.

The brilliance of Asimov’s observation is in its powerful imagery, and in how it implicitly cuts across different political categories.

• It evokes the law—overpopulation requires all sort of laws and stealth law regulations of things that were formerly private matters;

• The environment, because we now have all sorts of waste disposal and water issues we didn’t previously have;

• Culture, because we have to transform our society from an individualistic to a collectivist one; and

• Morality, because moral standards lasting centuries, if not millennia will have to be jettisoned.

America was founded as, in Ben Franklin’s immortal words, “A Republic, if you can keep it.”

Can we?

Thursday, June 22, 2017

President Trump: We Will BUILD THE WALL!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Just yesterday, I’d remarked to my chief of research that Trump had not spoken in months of building the wall, and Mitt Romney’s niece, the RNC chairman, had left it out of a GOP to-do list about two weeks ago.

It occurred to me that Trump was becoming like Bush II: triangulating to the left, while having the same attitude of “Who are you going to vote for instead of me.”

Of course, John McCain and Mitt Romney learned the answer to that seemingly rhetorical question: Nobody!

However, as happened with King George II, the DPUSA’s racism and treason have been pushing millions of voters to support Trump, just as happened during the election.

The question remains: Was Trump just throwing his base a bone with the following tweet, or was it meant honestly?


Just Your Typical, Contemporary College Prof: Connecticut Professor Calls Whites “Inhuman A$$holes,” Says “Let Them F**king Die”

By Reader-Researcher RC


Connecticut Professor Calls Whites "Inhuman A$$holes,” Says "Let Them F**king Die"

www.zerohedge.com

A professor at Connecticut's Trinity College seemingly endorsed the idea that first responders to last week’s congressional shooting should have let the victims "f-----g die” because they are white.

Allahu Akbar! 50-Year-Old Muslim Amor Ftouhi, Whose Face was “Totally Blank” Stabbed a Flint, Michigan Police Officer in the Throat Wednesday Morning; "Expert": This is the New Normal

By Reader-Researcher RC

“A 49-year-old Canadian [lie] man whose face witnesses say was “totally blank” when he stabbed the police officer Wednesday morning yelled “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God [lie] is great” in Arabic, authorities said.

N.S.: “Allahu Akbar!” means “Allah is great!,” not “God is great!” And Ftouhi is no Canadian. He’s not even a Canadian citizen. According to the below-linked article, he’s a mere “Canadian resident,” i.e., someone who was present on Canadian soil, until he decided to leave to go cop-hunting in America.

Nowhere does the article tell readers Ftouhi's real nationality.

According to Richard Chasdi, a Walsh College professor and “expert,” “This is something we have to grow accustomed to.”

I guess he didn't vote for Trump!


“Aloha Snackbar!” Middle Eastern Marksmanship Training




At the Detroit News.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Mets Losing 1-1 in the Fourth Inning to the Team Formerly Known as the Brooklyn Dodgers in LA

By Nicholas Stix

I know what you’re thinking—“Isn’t 1-1 a tie?”

It is, if any team but the Mets is involved.

They’re presumably no longer in the fourth, but I haven’t had the never to check. Last night, I shut off the infernal machine after alleged sinkerballer Robert Gsellman gave up I think his third dinger that game in the second inning. He gave up 8 runs in 4 1/3 innings, seven of them earned, and the Mets ultimately lost, 12-0.

The other day, their newest Tommy John PTSD patient (last two years on the shelf), and soon-to-be ex-big league hurler, Zack Wheeler, gave up seven runs in two innings, and is now back on his shelf.

The Mets have the record over the past ten or so years for TJ surgeries, but they are going to extend it. “Tommy Johns on the house!”

Not from the SPLC! Hate Map of Nearly 200 Violent Attacks on Trump Supporters

Posted on May 31, 2017

Anti-Trump Hate Map

By Westley Parker
May 30, 2017
American Renaissance

We’ve documented nearly 200 attacks on Trump supporters.


The Anti-Trump Hate Map is an ongoing project of American Renaissance that displays criminal incidents in which Trump supporters were targeted for political reasons. Each marker on the map shows the location of an anti-Trump hate crime. Clicking on a marker opens a brief overview of the case. Red markers signify violent crimes; blue markers, property crimes; purple markers, “other” crimes.

You can find additional information about incidents by visiting this page and selecting the “Excel File” tab. By using the blue “Filter” drop-down menu, you can search and sort incidents by such things as location, type of offense, offender and victim race and sex, or in any combination.

We have included the contact information for the police department with jurisdiction over each incident, so if you have any information about a case, we urge you to contact the authorities.

Please share this map with as many people as possible. If you know of a case we missed, or if you have any comments on the map, please contact Westley Parker at empiricalpolitics@gmail.com.

Click here for more information on these attacks.




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Vigils Planned Nationwide to Honor Reston Teen Who Police Say was Fatally Beaten with a Baseball Bat by a Driver as She Walked with Friends to a Virginia Mosque This Weekend

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat

At WJLA.

Russia Does It Again! Calling Robert Mueller!

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 3:05:00 A.M. EDT

Funniest headline in a while.

“Russia does it again.”

Dems lose in Georgia, Maddow flips out.

At Zero Hedge.

Don’t Shoot the Bears!

By Nicholas Stix

At Countenance, natch!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Tommy Lasorda on the Modern, Big League Baseball Clubhouse

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

This was the quote of the day during tonight’s Mets funeral, which is still underway at Chavez Ravine.

"I walk into the clubhouse and it's like walking into the Mayo Clinic. We have four doctors, three therapists and five trainers. Back when I broke in, we had one trainer who carried a bottle of rubbing alcohol and by the seventh inning he had drunk it all." Source: Sports Illustrated (May 29, 1989)

Breaking News: Crime Pays… Again! Racist, Criminal, Black Parents of Failed, Would-be Cop-Killer Mike Brown Clean up Today with Millions, at White Taxpayer Expense, While Rogue Judge Illegally Makes Taxpayer Settlement Secret!

 

The parents of racist, failed, would-be cop-killer "Michael" brown and their lawyers, as they announce extortionary lawsuit of the white taxpayers of Ferguson, MO, Brown's victim, Officer Darren Wilson, and Wilson's former police chief, Thomas Jackson
 

By Nicholas Stix

At the Post-Dispatch.

Photo: Patriotic Banner Seen Today on Highway Overpass in Atlanta

By “W”


“Scholarly Research” Asserting Racist Employment Discrimination Against Blacks is Exposed as Fraudulent!

[Postscript, Tuesday, June 20, 2007 2017, at 2:29 a.m.: “Economists” Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan are racist hypocrites: They know that morally and academically unfit blacks are given massive advantages (e.g., up to 300 SAT points over whites), and admitted to universities and graded based on the color of their skin, but then expect employers to act as though they didn’t also know this, and suddenly become color-blind, but only when that is advantageous to the same blacks.

The fraudulent “research” I discuss below got Sendhil Mullainathan a tenured, endowed chair at Harvard the next year.]


Are You an Evil Racist If You Balk at Hiring Someone Named “S—tavious”?
By Nicholas Stix
September 20, 2011, 8:15 a.m.
VDARE.com
[Corrected on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at 2:18 a.m.]

Back in 2003, the University of Chicago`s Marianne Bertrand and Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sendhil Mullainathan published a classic example of pseudo-scholarship: A study showing that, all other things being equal, job applicants with “African-American” sounding names are likely to suffer job discrimination compared to applicants with white-sounding names. (“Are Emily and Greg More Employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A Field Experiment on Labor Market Discrimination,” MIT Department of Economics Working Paper No. 03-22, May 27, 2003)

The researchers sent out application letters for imaginary job candidates in which everything was equal—grades, major, school—except their names. They found that “White names receive 50 percent more callbacks for interviews” than black-sounding names.

The “study” led to a blizzard of MSM “racism” accusations against corporate America, the same world which routinely hires unqualified blacks over qualified whites. Generating such accusations was, of course, the point of the “study.”

In 2009, for example, CNN writer Jessica Dickler opened a duplicitous story on this subject by focusing on whites with problem names (her first two examples were a white man named Glenn Miller, who has the same name as a WWII era bandleader, and a white woman named Colleen Rzucidlo, whose name cannot be pronounced without special training). Their pictures were shown, in order to gull white readers, before Dickler turned in the tenth paragraph to her real subject: Discrimination against blacks with odd-sounding names.

And even then, Dickler continued her deception, by focusing on a Kenyan woman named Nakores Sameita.

(The only other person Dickler cited was a Hispanic man named Duram Gallegos who couldn’t speak Spanish. We’re supposed to see Gallegos as a victim, because prospective employers expect him to be a Spanish speaker, rather than as the affirmative action beneficiary that he is.)

And Dickler produced the Bertrand-Mullainathan study with a triumphant flourish:

For example, résumés with white-sounding names have a 50% greater chance of receiving a callback when compared to those with African American names, according to a study performed for the National Bureau of Economic Research by the University of Chicago`s Marianne Bertrand and Massachusetts Institute of Technology`s Sendhil Mullainathan.

“Can your name keep you from getting hired? These job seekers think their unusual names are getting in the way of their job,” by Jessica Dickler, CNNMoney, August 27, 2009.]
“Nakores Sameita” is not an “African-American name.” Shiniqua Washington or Lakisha Smith are African-American names.

Why do I boldly assert that the Bertrand-Mullainathan study was “pseudo-scholarship”? Because
  1. Its assumption that all other things were equal; and
  2. Its assumption that there could be no good reason to discriminate against someone named, say, “Shiniqua,” or “S—tavious” (the latter is a real but unprintable name), or Lakisha or Jamal.

Where blacks and whites are concerned, all other things are neverequal. If a white and a black job candidate both have identical GPAs, even for identical courses at the same school, the white candidate will invariably be academically superior, because unqualified blacks enjoy massive privilege (here and here) in getting admitted to “selective” and “highly selective” universities, and massive college grade inflation, once accepted.

(In 1998, I pseudonymously published [as “Robert Berman”] Making Up the Grade: Notes from the Antiversity, which was then the state-of-the-art study on college grade inflation, in the neocon journal, Academic Questions. I published a series on the Internet in 2001: here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.)

When I taught college, I also engaged in grade inflation for black students, though not to the degree that my colleagues did. I’d give black students who had earned a failing grade, Ds and Cs. But I had colleagues who gave As to black students for term papers as bad or worse than Michele Obama’s work at Princeton.

For over 40 years, everyone in academia, including Chicago's Bertrand and MIT's Mullainathan, as well as everyone involved in hiring college grads, has known this.

Anyone who has dealt with black employees in academia, the schools, or the non-academic workforce also knows that the average black employee is less punctual, less diligent, and more troublesome than the average white employee. There is even an old phrase, that 20 years ago was still used in private by liberal, as well as conservative whites: “CPT”; “colored people’s time”, which refers to black educators’ notorious tardiness.

The real issue is what a “black-sounding” name says about what an employer can expect from a worker: Trouble.

It’s bad enough dealing with young blacks, whatever their names are. When sociologist William Julius Wilson’s researchers interviewed Chicago businessmen in the early 1990s for his book, >When Work Disappears, the white bosses all gave dishonest, PC answers to the interviewers’ questions. But the black businessmen, who did not have to worry about extortionary civil rights lawsuits, felt no such constraints. They told the interviewers flat-out that they avoided hiring young black men because most of them were unemployable: They came to work late, refused to do an honest day’s work, and caused trouble in the workplace.

Beginning with the welfare revolution during the mid-1960s, leftist organizers and welfare officials (for example, New York Mayor John Lindsay’s social services commissionerMitchell “Come and Get It” Ginsberg) got hostile, working-class, black women with out-of-wedlock children to quit their jobs and go on the dole. Those women then served as role models for millions of young black girls who had never worked. The black illegitimacy rate went from 21.7 percent in 1965, when Daniel Patrick Moynihan wrote his report on the black family, to 72.3 percent today.

When The Moynihan Report was issued by the Johnson Administration, black leadersdenounced Moynihan as a “racist.”He never spoke honestly about race and social policy again… in public.

Those hostile black girls and women led an underclass baby boom, during which ever-higher proportions of them gave their babies “black” or “African” names. (The scare quotes are because the names were often simply made up—many of the fathers of said children couldn’t even spell their own kids’ names—and hadn’t previously been considered “black” or “African.” And the names that were African tended to be Moslem, which made no sense, since African Moslems traditionally held blacks in contempt and, as a group, had been the most abusive of all slave traders and owners.)

The mothers of these children were expressing hostility towards whites, America, and Christianity. They inculcated this in their violent, criminal children, whom sensible whites avoided at all costs. The names became indelibly associated with the black criminal class.

That occasionally one runs into someone with one of these names who is bright, well-adjusted, law-abiding, punctual and a hard worker does not change the ugly norm.

In 1989, when I was a social worker, while making a home visit to one of my foster mothers, Martha B., I looked at the framed photograph of her young son, who was in school. When she told me, “That’s my son, James,” she saw the surprise on my face, read my mind, and answered, “None of that Shiniqua s—t.”

Which brings me to “S—tavious.”

S–tavious J. Cook, 15, stands under indictment in Illinois for burglary, first-degree murder committed during a separate crime, and a slew of other charges.

Was a time, when criminologists such as James Q. Wilson and John J. Di Iulio used the term “super-predator” to refer to folks like “S—tavious.” Blacks and their white leftist allies tarred such usage as “racist,” Wilson retired, Di Iulio seems to have fallen silent, a loyalty oath to black criminals was imposed on younger criminology professors, and today what passes for “scholarship” in the field tells us that the “S—taviouses” of the world are nothing but the victims of a racist criminal justice system.

[Although James Q. Wilson was the greatest scholar of crime of the past 40-odd years, he never referred to himself as a “criminologist,” and was officially a professor of “political science,” “public policy,” and “public policy and management.”]

Now, my white leftist and black supremacist readers are going to complain that “S—tavious” is an extreme and thus uncharacteristic example. Then how about Lemaricus, Letalvis, Lovelle,

Hydra, Jahmell,

Latrine or Pimp?

The prisons are full of people with these sorts of names, and there are millions of violent people with such names walking around who ought to be in prison, but aren’t.

Avoiding socializing with, or hiring people with names like “Shiniqua” or “S—tavious” is a sign not of racism, but of wisdom.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Racist Hate Organization, the NAACP, Facilitates Mass Shooting in Myrtle Beach; 6 Wounded

By Nicholas Stix

At Countenance blog.



You Ever been on the X-Train? That ain’t the Mother-Bleepin’ Soul Train! GRA, Jeff Hadley, and Glenn Miller on Kalamazoo (Videos)

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Monday, June 19, 2017 at 12:58:00 A.M. EDT

Saturday night, for the second time in four months, the Kalamazoo police broke up the Saturday night X-train. Twenty to 40 cars driving down Kazoo streets, with the blacks hopped up on Ecstasy. Assaults, robberies, and loud music from the cars blasting as they parade (or train) down the streets. They like doing this after midnight until 4 a.m. Two murders have been associated with this X-train stuff. The X-train, amazingly, has gone on for many years—but only now are the police cracking down. It's bad all over.


KPS Chief Jeff Hadley Speaks about X-Trains in Kalamazoo





Back When Kalamazoo Belonged to Civilization, and Ecstasy Came from Music: “I Got a Gal in Kalamazoo,” by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires, Nicholas Brothers, Tex Beneke, and with Jackie Gleason and Cesar Romero, in Orchestra Wives (1942)





Here’s the back story.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Exciting Video of Racist Cheetos Bandits in San Juan, CA! 300 lb. Black Female, Her 175 lb. Black Boyfriend, and Her 300 lb. Sister Commit Strong-Arm Robbery of Convenience Store, and Assault Workers and Witnesses; Black “Reporter” Broadcasts Non-Black Victim/Witnesses’ Faces and Names

 


"Reporter" Karma Dickerson on Twitter
 

By Jerry PDX
Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 12:28:00 P.M. EDT

This video just went "viral", it's kind of a mini flash shoplifting mob and involves, of course, violent, entitled negroes.

Note the usual media device of having a negro reporter, Karma Dickerson, at the scene. I always wonder how that works. Whenever there is negro violence there must be a secret order: We need a negro reporter for this one! Get Laquifa or Latrinius on the scene right now!

In this incident, there are two hideous squat, fat negresses (app. 300-lbs. each) shoplifting Cheetos, while a tall, fit negro male (app. 6’3” and 175 lbs.) defends them. He shoves the store clerks (misdemeanor assaults, accessory) attempting to stop the troglodytes from stealing.

In a hilarious moment, the Cheetos go flying, so the shoplifter merely goes back and grabs another bag. After all, she's entitled to that fresh bag because the clerk ruined the first one she stole. A white woman films the scene from her car and one of the walking bags of cellulite spots her, yells: “Hey, don't do that!,” and runs up to the open window and attempts to strike her. The white woman has a surprise, though, she's got a Taser (I gotta get one of those things for myself), and gives her a shock. Yes, at times, there is sweet justice in this universe.

N.S.: Yes, Jerry, this is a veritable catalogue of stereotypes. Note, too that the “reporter” identified the witnesses/crime victims, while not id’ing the perps. This in order to aid and abet the perps in escaping any punishment, via their hunting down, intimidating, and harming, all the way to murdering the vic/witnesses.

In my own reporting, I have gone so far as to “anonymize” people who spoke to me on relatively minor matters, because they were low-level employees who were at the bottom of the totem pole, and were in danger of being fired and whitelisted by sadists up the line.

Caught on Camera Shoplifting Fight [sic] over Cheetos CBS News 8 San Diego, CA News Station KFMB


Breaking News: “Terrorist” Attack Outside of England’s Most Radical Mosque, in Finsbury Park, London During Ramadam, Leaves Several Wounded and One Dead, so Far; Muslims Assume Casualties are All Moslem, Attacker Non-Moslem, and thus that Attack was “100%” Terrorism; CNN and Moslem Allies are in “Frontlash” Mode

By Nicholas Stix

We’ve been watching this story for about 30 minutes. At first, the CNN host, Ana Cabrera, was interviewing a British national at length, named Cynthia Vanzella, whom the chryon falsely identified as a “witness” (“WITNESSED LONDON INCIDENT”).

It soon became evident that Vanzella had witnessed nothing. She had heard a commotion down the street. From her apartment window, she could not even identify the sex of the presumed attacker, but admitted that she saw a video shot after the incident, and was able to identify a man being shoved by the crowd that had formed, towards the police, who took him into custody.

Cabrera: “Again, that was witness Cynthia Vanzella, who was near the attack in London, and who saw people who were in a panic.”

I also did not hear Vanzella say that people were in a “panic”; that was Ana Cabrera’s editorializing.

Ana Cabrera also interviewed other fake witnesses, like a (young?) female, “Rayan,” who said she’d been inside the mosque. Cabrera had to remind the woman that one of her friends was supposedly one of the wounded.

When Cabrera asked “Rayan” if she thought the attack was “terrorism,” the latter replied, “100%.”

Cabrera repeatedly spoke with terrorist propagandist, Aslahan Iftikhar, who was certain this was an act of terrorism, and who lied, with the dog-eared assertion that if the attacker had been Moslem, police would have immediately called the attack, “terrorism,” which just happened to be the opposite of the truth.

If anything, that police have not identified the suspect, and (Cabrera) “have not called this a terrorist act,” suggest if anything that the attacker is a Moslem. When a terrorist act is committed by a white man, the authorities divulge that fact very quickly.

Aslahan Iftikhar continued, “It is an act of terrorism when anyone tries to kill a large group of people,” regardless of the ethnicity or religion of the attacker.

Rayan: “He tried to kill a lot of people, so obviously it was a terrorist act.”

Cabrera: “So, you believe Muslims were targeted?”

Rayan: “100%.”

“Muslim Council of Britain says vics were leaving mosque.”

CNN National Security Analyst Peter Berger,” was so used to denying the obvious about terrorist attacks that he started out with weasel words—“If indeed it was terrorism”—before switching to, “And there’s very doubt in my mind that it was terrorism.”

In between, Berger mentioned that Finsbury Park mosque “has long attracted Islamists,” but sought to use that fact in support of terrorists (aka Moslems).

Berger: “Terrorism can come from many different directions:” left, right, “neo-Nazis, anti-Immigrant activists.”

Berger offered no examples of terrorism from “neo-Nazis, anti-Immigrant activists,” and did not even mention Islam as a source of terrorism.

Aslahan Iftikhar: “If the driver of the van were Muslim, there can be little doubt that act would have been called terrorism.”

Iftikhar cited I believe two attacks on Moslems, to make the specious argument that there has been widespread terrorism against them.

Then we heard the voice of “Juliette Kayyem, Former Assistant Secretary, Homeland Security Department” (who used to promote herself as “Security Mom”):

“Police are being very quiet about this targeted attack against the Muslim community.”

“Police must harden” targets such as mosques.

Kayyem then tries to make “Christians in America” sympathize with Moslems in Britain, by citing a mass murder that had whatsoever to do with religion: “The church attack in South Carolina, targeting parishioners.”

That was the Dylan Roof attack, which had nothing at all to do with religion, and everything to do with race.

Kayyem got even nuttier:

Either England or London is the “center for the kind of diversity many nations wish they could have.”




While I was watching, CNN activist Ana Cabrera only interviewed Moslems and pro-Moslem activists and “witnesses.” Neither she nor anyone she spoke with mentioned that the method of this attack is from the jihad playbook, nor that Moslems commit terrorist attacks on other Moslems all the time, nor that they also commit false flag actions all the time. Finally, no one mentioned that the police’s reticence at ID’ing the suspect suggests that he was not white.

Multicultural Father’s Day Wrap-Up

By Nicholas Stix

At Countenance, natch, whose Blogmeister reminds us that in East St. Louis, Father’s Day is the most confusing day of the year.

Father’s Day Meditations and Quotations

By Nicholas Stix

[Postscript: When I asked my 17-year-old chief of research what the most important rule in fatherhood is, he offered, "Don't drop the baby."

Another positive rule occurred to me that I offered to my older sister a few months ago, who also only has one kid: You gotta have backup children.]
 


Fatherhood is one of those things where it seems everyone is an expert, especially, as my mom likes to say, people who never had kids.

It breaks philosophy because for every rule one might formulate, there are exceptions that, whether one or 1,000, make the rule seem foolish or invalid.

One can still come up with unobjectionable maxims—love your children—but they are vacuous.

How to be a good father can’t be taught directly, though there are countless flesh-and-blood lessons on how not to be a father:

• Don’t have children with crazy, wicked, or evil women
• Don’t leave your children physically unprotected (that rule includes, Don’t desert your children)
• Don’t let your children go hungry or thirsty
• Use balance in disciplining your children
• Don’t have children if you have no means of supporting them; and
• If you are not father material, make sure not to have children.

If there are any positive rules about fatherhood, they are:

• Have children with females who are maternally oriented; paradoxically, trust your gut; and above all, be lucky, for as old ballplayers like Keith Hernandez like to say, “It’s better to be lucky than good.”


Quotes on Fatherhood

The first is via Brainy Quote. The next six, are courtesy of Quotery.

Fatherhood is great because you can ruin someone from scratch.
Jon Stewart


My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, “You’re tearing up the grass.” “We’re not raising grass,” Dad would reply. “We’re raising boys.”
Harmon Killebrew


Guns don’t kill people, dads with daughters do.
Anonymous


One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.
George Herbert


I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.
Sigmund Freud


When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.
Yiddish Proverb


When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years.
Mark Twain


Father and Son

Many years ago... many, many years ago, I brought up a boy, and I said to him, “Son, if you ever become a writer, try to write a good part for your old man sometime.” Well, by cracky, that's what he did!

Walter Huston’s speech, upon winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1949, for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which was adapted and directed by his son, John.

America’s Father, and America’s Artist: A Happy Father’s Day to My Readers (Pictorial Essay)

 

 

By Nicholas Stix

Happy Father’s Day to all of the fathers reading this, and all of the children and wives who have them!

 

2 O'Clock Feeding
 

 

Father and Son in Church
 


 

I'll have to find out what year this is from. The father resembles Robert Young, who starred in the stupendously popular TV comedy, Father Knows Best. The question then is, did Father Knows Best influence Rockwell, or vice-versa?
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Report Card
 

Father Helping Son with Homework
 

Breaking Home Ties
 
1 comment:

RICHARD K. MUNRO said...
great pictures ...Rockwell is one of my favorite modern artists..
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 2:05:00 AM EDT

2 comments:

Anonymous said...
Nice images from a great era.I think it's illegal to show whites in such a favorable light nowadays.
---GR Anonymous
Monday, June 20, 2016 at 12:10:00 AM EDT

Anonymous said...
NO good. ONLY whitey men with their whitey offspring. Where is the diversity? A whitey man finds a whitey woman, they marry and mate and produce whitey children. What a quaint concept.
Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 1:16:00 PM EDT

Sometimes, No News is Bad News

By Nicholas Stix

The Mets lost yet again to the Nats today (Saturday), and that ain’t news!

Study Shows that CNN is Completely Obsessed with Attacking Donald Trump

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
 

Study: CNN is Completely Obsessed with Donald Trump — and Not in a Good Way

By Rich Noyes
May 16, 2017 12:47 P.M. EDT
Newsbusters.org


 

CNN claims it’s right down the middle, somewhere between the left-wing MSNBC and the more conservative-friendly Fox News Channel. But an MRC study of an entire day of CNN’s coverage shows the network spent almost all of its time covering the Trump presidency, with a heavily skewed roster of anti-Trump guests and on-air commentators.

To get a handle on CNN’s news priorities during the Trump era, a team of MRC analysts reviewed all of the cable network’s programming on Friday, May 12, starting with the 4am ET Early Start and continuing through the 11pm ET CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, a total of 20 hours of material.

After excluding commercials, teases and promos, our analysts found 13 hours, 27 minutes of actual news coverage, an average of just over 40 minutes per hour. Of that, a whopping 92 percent (12 hours, 19 minutes) was devoted to the Trump presidency, with a mere 68 minutes — a little more than three minutes per hour — devoted to all of the other news of the day.

With the exception of about 21 minutes of live coverage of a White House briefing about the President’s upcoming trip to the Middle East and a smattering of coverage of Melissa McCarthy’s parody of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer in an upcoming SNL appearance, CNN used that time to endlessly analyze the President’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, then a three-day-old story.

 

Much of that airtime consisted of interviews and panel discussions giving their assessment of Trump. MRC tallied 123 appearances by guests or panelists over the course of the day. Many of CNN’s analysts showed up in multiple newscasts, each of which would count as a separate appearance. (There were 77 unique appearances by people identified as CNN analysts or commentators, or 62% of all guests).

The vast majority of all of CNN’s guests that day (96, or 78% of the total) were Trump critics, compared to a handful of pro-Trump guests (just seven, or 6% of the total). Another 13 guests were neutral, and seven offered mixed assessments of the administration.


 

Looking just at CNN’s own on-air talent, the results were even more tilted, with 69 appearances by anti-Trump analysts, vs. just two for pro-Trump analysts — CNN political commentator Paris Dennard, who appeared during the latter half of the 3:00pm ET hour, and CNN political commentator Jason Miller, a former Trump campaign aide, who appeared in the 8pm ET hour of Anderson Cooper 360.

CNN counter-terrorism analyst Phil Mudd, for example, harshly condemned the President during appearances in the 6am, 8am, 11am, 5pm, 8pm, and 9pm ET hours. “Give the President of the United States a pacifier and a rattle and put him in the crib,” Mudd declared during his 11am ET appearance.
 



 

Nine hours later, Mudd was asked about those comments by 8pm anchor Anderson Cooper. “The President is losing credibility by the day for childish comments that undercut his ability to have traction as President,” Mudd repeated.

During the 6am hour of New Day, CNN political analyst David Gregory claimed Trump’s firing of Comey “undermine[d] our democratic institutions.” During the 9am hour of CNN Newsroom, weekend host Brian Stelter popped up to claim that “the story of the first 100 days was dishonesty. So far, the biggest story of the second 100 days has been dishonest.”

Soon after the start of the 1pm ET Wolf, CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger said she detected in the Comey story “the kind of bullying tactics that he [Trump] used when he was a businessman. When people would disagree with him, he would bully them, and bully them, and bully them.”

Later, in the 3pm ET hour of Newsroom, CNN political commentator Ana Navarro, a Jeb Bush supporter during the primaries, said Republicans needed to rally against the President: “I’m very troubled by the escalation of Donald Trump’s behavior, of President Trump’s tweets....So many Americans feel that the government is in crisis.”
 


 

During the 8pm hour of AC360, CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin complained that some “were normalizing behavior that would have been seen as completely outrageous by any other President.” Then in the 10pm hour of CNN Tonight, weekend host Fareed Zakaria said Trump’s suggestion that he might have taped a conversation with Comey was “bullshit,” sniffing that “this is the farcical version of Watergate, where the guy says, ‘I’ve got a tape,’ and actually he’s got nothing in his hands.”

The imbalance in guests was amplified by the frequent editorializing of CNN’s own hosts and anchors. During the 7am hour of New Day, host Chris Cuomo referred to clips of White House officials struggling to explain the decision to fire Comey as “the mendacity montage, because it’s just filled with lies.”

Opening his noon-hour Inside Politics, CNN host John King hyped that the “initial White House account of how and why Comey was fired lies in shambles, reduced to a heap of falsehoods.”

This review looked at just a single day, but the pattern is overwhelming: CNN is providing nearly wall-to-wall coverage of the Trump presidency, and is anything but down-the-middle in their approach.

Thanks to MRC’s Geoffrey Dickens and Mike Ciandella for assisting in the research for this article.