I’ve never seen things move so fast in our direction before. Of course I am not particularly old, but still, I have been watching and contributing what I can towards pushing our cause foreword for almost a decade now. We really are winning. I see something almost every week that makes me say this, and … Continue reading This is Real Folks. We Really are Winning. But, We Haven’t Grasped Victory Yet
This Atlantic article on teaching about the Alt-Right in schools is packed full of things that need addressing. It’s a long article, but I think it’s worth responding to. I’m just going to pull out the most interesting parts and give short comments on them. The bolded emphasis within quotes is my own. The article’s … Continue reading The Alt-Right Goes to School
So the news is in. Milo has announced the winners of his privilege grant. I have had lots of criticism for Milo here but he is certainly not all bad. This is one of his shining moments. Politically, it shines because it is an instance of acknowledging the fact that White people are being held … Continue reading Milo and the Privilege Grant
In the latest round of “bad racist words” to eliminate from the news cycle, the New York Times is back at that most liberal endeavor of censorship. In reading through the list though, one thing stuck out to me: Another once widely accepted and even encouraged phrase, person of color, is going the way of "colored people," to … Continue reading “People of Color” No Longer Favored: Another Win For the Culture War?
Vice President Pence apparently told a reporter back in 2002 that he won’t eat alone with any woman except his wife. Apparently, this is horrible, according to feminists. The Washington Post’s Paul Waldman thinks it is part of a “deeply troubling worldview” that contributes to holding women back in their careers: But I wonder if … Continue reading Feminists Have Made Being Alone With a Woman Dangerous for Men
Chelsea Clinton was firing away on Twitter this week. She wasn’t the only one. But of course the former first daughter who is rumored to be planning a life in politics (hopefully with similar results to her mother’s latest failure) got a queen sized piece of the press. She tweeted: “Talking about hitting girls is … Continue reading Throwing Punches at Boys. Funny. Throwing Rocks at Girls. “Never funny. Ever.”
This is the era of the hate-crime hoax. Just this week we found out that a Jew was behind the much decried “anti-Semitic” bomb threats to Jewish centers in the last few months. So it was interesting that it came out this week that the horrifying story of a White Texas girl, that she had … Continue reading Why Hate Crime Hoaxes are Dangerous (According to your Friendly Neighborhood Liberal)
Boy have the last few days been interesting! After Friday’s interview with Bill Maher and the CPAC invitation it looked like Milo was sitting on top of the world. Three days later everyone was wondering whether his career was over. I’ve written about Milo here before on several occasions, chronicling the complex relationship I believe … Continue reading Milo’s Fabulous Fall From Grace
This evening, my Criminal Procedure class discussed the infamous Duke Lacrosse Rape case of 2006. White Rights advocates remember this case as one of the most blatant and open examples of the criminal law being used as a weapon of racial hatred in America’s recent history. For those unaware, the basic facts are that a … Continue reading Lessons from Discussing the Duke Rape Case in a Liberal Classroom
In my last post, I listed a large number of statistics on the racial opinions of average White people. The point was mostly to find out 1) how race conscious and racially aware the average White person actually is, and 2) how much support our core ideals as a movement are likely to find among … Continue reading How much Popular Support is There for the White Rights Movement’s Core Ideals? – Part 2: What Does it All Mean?