In America, in all walks of life, in academia especially, but also in pop culture, housing and employment, we discriminate aggressively in favor of non-white Americans, and especially in favor of black Americans.
And the media have never been louder in their whining about maltreatment of… non-white Americans, and especially, black Americans.
Continue reading Some Fairly Wide-Ranging Observations
Look: I’m unable to conclude that my neighbor is not a child molester. Therefore, according to the Trump-haters’ “logic,” she’s… a child molester. Right? I mean, I haven’t found any evidence that she’s not, so she must be, right? Right?
Wrong. Continue reading Understanding the Mueller Report
“Consuming many media sources, learning to think critically, then combining numerous media sources with finely-honed critical thinking, to become ACTUALLY informed,” is a nice summary of “The Basic Responsibility of All American Citizens.” If all American citizens were to take this responsibility seriously, the Democrat Party’s electoral viability would evaporate overnight. Continue reading This Struck Me…
Why is mostly good, but ‘unpresidential’ (Trump) worse than lousy, but ever so ‘presidential?’ (Clinton) — Answer: It’s not. Continue reading Trump v. Clinton: The Presidential Election of 2016 Summed Up in Retrospect
There’s a rumor out there that a recording exists. A recording of the famous meeting on a remote airport’s tarmac between Clinton and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Continue reading Why Bill Clinton is Scared
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” Continue reading The Frog and the Warming Water
Look, I don’t like Donald Trump all that much. He’s not “presidential,” and he doesn’t seem to be an overly … Continue reading Leaving ‘Never Trump’ Behind