I tease twitter a lot but occasionally you can the good civil debate it was sold as a platform for. I had one such exchange with . You can read the exchange on the subject of the Church's role in civilization here by viewing the entire conversation. It's a shame this is the exception and … Continue reading Today’s non-tweets Under my Fedora 12-9-18
by baldilocks National Geographic is doing a series called The Race Issue. Yes, I know; I’m tired of it, too. In NG’s case, however, they contrast their old coverage of non-white people groups with their coverage in the enlightened age – if you’ll pardon the pun. I have read only the following part of the … Continue reading National Geographic Signals Virtue
Every time Detroit seems ready to lift itself out of the mire it's been wallowing in for the past half century, it sinks back into the ooze. The latest case of swampiness as usual in Motown came on Jan. 9, when the Detroit school board adopted a new policy that bans the naming of school … Continue reading Detroit may strip Carson’s name off school
By John Ruberry I was out of town in July when Detroit, the movie about the destructive 1967 riot and a police attack on a small group of guests at the Algiers Motel, hit the theaters. Directed by Kathryrn Bigelow, who is best known for Zero Dark Thirty and the Academy Award-winning The Hurt Locker, … Continue reading Review: Kathryrn Bigelow’s “Detroit”
by baldilocks “You are going to have to do better than everyone else because you are black.” For decades, upwardly mobile black parents have been telling the above to their children. And if the black child in question happens to be a girl, that always factors in. You, black female child, have to be doubly … Continue reading The Perils of Not Listening (BIRM)
Vinny Forlano: He won't talk. Stone is a good kid. Stand-up guy, just like his old man. That's the way I see it. Vincent Borelli: I agree. He's solid. A fuckin' Marine. Americo Capelli: He's okay. He always was. Remo, what do you think? Remo Gaggi: Look... why take a chance? At least, that's the … Continue reading Any Sicilian Could have told you this
Michael Corleone: It's not personal Sonny, it's strictly business The Godfather 1972 Yesterday on the Rush Limbaugh show he noted that Bill & Hillary skipped Michael Brown's funeral and teased the question: So why not? Why are the Clintons not there? Oh, there's an answer. It's a simple answer. But since I'm kind of in … Continue reading Why the Clintons weren’t in Ferguson? Votes!
I've seen protests of all types over the last few year and once of the things they generally have in common is they take place during daylight. Yet I turn on my TV at 1:15 EST and people in Ferguson MO are fighting police because they dare put a midnight curfew after rioting and looting … Continue reading …but Midnight Protesters make the case against
...at least when it comes to the question of the police narrative: "Law" "enforcement" in Ferguson apparently has at its disposal tear gas, riot gear, armored vehicles and machine guns ...but not a dashcam. That's ridiculous. I remember a few years ago when my one-man police department in New Hampshire purchased a camera for its … Continue reading Mark Steyn makes the best case the left has in Ferguson…
...then simply watch how CNN right now is doing their best to spin the apparent evidence of Michael Brown committing a robbery before his death. Now it's certainly possible that there are holes in this evidence and given that Eric Holder's justice department with the full power and resources of the federal government is now … Continue reading Want to know why I waited to post on Michael Brown & Ferguson…
Was Chanel surfing looking for info on Ukraine when I saw a CNN report concerning a noose & an old pre 2003 Mississippi flag round the neck of a statue of James Meredith. The SPLC was going on and on about the programs needed and the steps that are required to stop out racism. As … Continue reading Meredith Statue: Mississippi circa 1962 or Lunenburg Ma Circa 2013?
by Baldilocks On Christmas Eve, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney offered a photo of himself, his wife Ann, and their gazillion grandchildren. From our family to yours: Merry Christmas. cc: @AnnDRomney pic.twitter.com/DqbB6La6E1 — Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) December 24, 2013 In response to the photo, an MSNBC panel, conducted by the infamous Melissa Harris-Perry, proceeded to … Continue reading Rapist Logic
Remember how during the last election the left saying there were people trying to bring back the days of Jim Crow? Apparently they were right: After a lively debate, at 6:30 in the video, Jackson—the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor—attempts to shake hands with Northam, who will not shake it and doesn’t even look Jackson … Continue reading Breaking News
from 1950 White Dem Candidate Refuses to shake Black Republican’s Opponents’ Hand
Jay: Man, we ain't got time for this cover-up bullshit! I don't know whether or not you've forgotten, but there's an Arquillian Battle Cruiser that's about to... Kay: There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little … Continue reading 24 hours that define Barack Obama Perfectly
Kinnoch: With respect, Mr. Gandhi, without British administration, this country would be reduced to chaos. Gandhi: Mr. Kinnoch, I beg you to accept that there is no people on Earth who would not prefer their own bad government to the good government of an alien power. Ghandi 1982 Morning Joe has been talking about … Continue reading Stop and Frisk, the Solution: Independence