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“The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs. NIGGERS: Confronting the Subculture Within African-American Communities” by Taleeb Starkes

Paleo Retiree writes: This book is like a companion piece to Chris Rock’s famous “I love black people but I hate niggers” standup routine, and despite its obvious shortcomings I enjoyed it a lot. Today’s “black people” matrix can be so … Continue reading

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“Reel Injuns”

Paleo Retiree writes: Half-interesting, half-annoying CBC-produced doc, directed and hosted by Neil Diamond, a Canadian Cree, about Hollywood’s treatment of Native Americans; the Question Lady and I caught it recently on Netflix Instant. It’s in the “this topic means a … Continue reading

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Juxtaposin’: Radical Race In Movies

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Part 2.

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Quote Du Jour

Eddie Pensier writes: Amahl: “Are you a real king?” Balthazar: “Yes.” Amahl: “Have you regal blood?” Balthazar: “Yes.” Amahl: “Can I see it?” Balthazar: “It is just like yours.” Amahl: “What’s the use of having it, then?” Balthazar: “No use.” … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Paul Elam interviews JudgyBitch. Death by Butoh? The latest thinking about Neanderthals and us. Steve Sailer delivers a wonderfully concise HBD intro to race. JayMan gets ready for Nicholas Wade’s new book. Kids at many colleges are … Continue reading

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Debating Diversity

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: I had a boss once who was an old-time basketball guy. He’d coached tons of kids, black and white, male and female. Sometimes he’d talk about how the old coaching techniques were irrelevant to the modern day … Continue reading

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Knockout Game Roundup

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Last week The New York Times ran a story on “knockout game.” As Chuck Ross at Gucci Little Piggy pointed out, the piece cleverly shifted focus away from the effects of the punching attacks onto a debate about … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Bill Kauffman praises Jesse Walker’s new book. World’s toughest women? Should AP classes be open-access? Is anti-racism worse than racism? The Golden Age of the Moustache. Lloyd Fonvielle thinks “Two Weeks in Another Town” may be “the best … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Head-line Du Jour. One of the better ways to deal with our out-of-control lords and masters is to ridicule and tease them, IMHO. Alex Beam shows how. Renegade publisher Chip Smith delivers a great q&a with the … Continue reading

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Sailer on Broyard and “Passing”

Paleo Retiree writes: Steve Sailer has been writing (and leading discussions) about the topic of “passing” — the way some black people “pass” as white.  (See here, here, here and here.) One of his examples has been the late writer … Continue reading

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