Out and About on a Sunday

The Dominican Republic (73% racially mixed, 16% white, 11% black) is deporting illegal immigrants. Is there any way our Progressives can describe this as a racist act?

Once we get some rationality in our economic policies, manufacturing will expand in the United States and we’ll stop being so much of a service-sector, consumption-based economy. This may cause a lot of economic problems in China, which lives by exporting to the United States. Can’t say as I’m at all upset about this.

FBI is still looking into the Hillary e mail fracas. Some people are gloating that this will mean the end of Hillary. It won’t. They might find a few people to nail for it – and Hillary might throw a few of her own under the bus – but they won’t get Hillary. They can’t. It is Obama’s Justice Department and they simply won’t let this wind up at Hillary’s door with an indictable offense.

Alabama detective hesitated before defending himself against an attacker. Why did he hesitate? Because he was afraid that deadly force would get him accused of racism. He ended up beaten unconscious. One thing I really appreciate about the Obama years is all the racial healing.

Jeremy Corbyn – mentioned earlier as the possible next leader of Britain’s Labour Party – is pretty rock solid in the anti-Israel camp, as you might have expected.

The University of Georgia has banned hoop skirts. Yes, you read that correctly. Hoop skirts are racist. Trust me on this, we’ll never reach the bottom of liberal stupidity.

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8 thoughts on “Out and About on a Sunday

  1. Cluster August 17, 2015 / 8:11 am

    The current state of race.

    As Mr. Coates tells it, nothing has changed. Instead of being gunned down by the Klan, black men are gunned down by the cops. Racism is still the essence of America. White prosperity was built on black suffering, which created the privileges that white people enjoy today. Black-on-black carnage (as in Chicago, where gun crime is epidemic ) is the poisoned fruit of white supremacy, and is embedded in a structure that is dominated by whites. If you are white, you have an unfair advantage based solely on your skin colour. You are part of the problem.

    Sadly, as this article mentions in the end, that MLK would probably be booed off the stage in today’s blacklivesmatter movement.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/white-america-dons-the-shroud-of-guilt/article25971483/

    • rustybrown2014 August 17, 2015 / 4:43 pm

      Cluster,

      Good article. I think Coats is a race hustler who’s positioning himself to enjoy a life of ‘black privilege’ that we could never dream of.

    • M. Noonan August 17, 2015 / 11:50 pm

      I’ll check with my great-great-grandfather and see if he sat on his Irish ass or if he went to work to help build up this nation…

  2. Retired Spook August 17, 2015 / 9:58 am

    More than just a little irony that white guilt played a significant role in electing the first “black” president. I hope those people are happy.

  3. Cluster August 17, 2015 / 1:50 pm

    It’s nice to see the Democrats are looking out for the low income American families by allowing millions of unskilled labor to enter the country.

    The nation’s immigrant population has grown 4.1 million from the second quarter of 2011 to the second quarter of 2015, with roughly 2.1 million of the growth coming from Latin America, of which 1 million are from Mexico.

    This ought to be good for wages. Do you think Democrats understand the supply/demand component of the labor market?

    https://www.conservativereview.com/Commentary/2015/08/new-report-massive-immigration-surge-from-mexico

    • M. Noonan August 17, 2015 / 11:48 pm

      Don’t entirely blame our Democrats – they are, of course, trying to import a new set of voters because the one’s we have today are less and less inclined to vote Democrat…but the Chamber of Commerce types are also behind this because they don’t want to pay people decent wages.

  4. Cluster August 17, 2015 / 2:19 pm

    This is just typical Democrats isn’t it?

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Three years after California voters passed a ballot measure to raise taxes on corporations and generate clean energy jobs by funding energy-efficiency projects in schools, barely one-tenth of the promised jobs have been created, and the state has no comprehensive list to show how much work has been done or how much energy has been saved.

    Create a cause. Create a slush fund. Then blame your opponents for not getting anything done.

  5. Retired Spook August 18, 2015 / 8:00 am

    What with the watch standing I’ve been doing at the local Armed Forces Recruiting Center, I haven’t been able to spend as much time here as I usually do. I was disappointed when I got home last night to see numerous posts from Rusty after the Moderator explicitly told him he was not welcome here. Rusty is a fugitive from a college debate team, and he’s actually not a terrible debater if you define debating as formulating a winning argument by twisting, turning and omitting facts that are contrary to your position. But this is not a college debate. This blog is and has always been about discussing ideas and which side has the best ideas. This blog has always been about presenting ideas in such a way that other readers first reaction is, “wow, I’ve never looked at it that way before,” When was the last time any Conservatives here ever heard a Liberal say that? They are wired to contest everything Conservative say or do, regardless of the logic and/or merit, and by any means necessary. “The ends justify the means” is and always has been a Leftist meme.

    Conservatives don’t always agree on the merit and workability of ideas, but we don’t generally try to spin a lousy idea into something that might work if certain people are in charge, or if you simply eliminate aspects of the idea that will prevent it from being viable, or if you ignore all the previous times the idea has been tried and failed. The Progressive mind simply doesn’t work that way, and there’s no reason to allow them vandalize (great word, Moderator) this blog. Conversely, if Rusty and his ilk are allowed to sneak their noses back under the tent, then I’m outa here. Life’s too short, and I’ve got a lot more important things to do.

    Thank you for pointing this out Spook. There is an anti-BFV blog where Rusty hangs out and Bob can go there to chat with him. We know his tricks here. // Moderator

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