Category Archives: Texas

ESPN 30 For 30: What Carter Lost

This documentary is a good metaphor for the black experience in America. It starts out talking about what fine folks attended the black Carter High School in Dallas. How the community was comprised of doctors, PhDs, professionals and the like. … Continue reading

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Three Time National Champion Football Coach Darrell Royal Was No Leader On Racial Integration

Over the weekend, I watched a couple of movies (My All-American and The Story of Darrell Royal) about University of Texas football coach Darrell Royal and was struck that all of his national championship teams were all-white. The Austin Chronicle … Continue reading

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The alt-right’s demographic nightmare

Economist Scott Sumner writes: “What about going further out than 2060? My response would be that no one knows what the distant future will look like. The Anglo-Saxon worries about Irish immigrants in the 1800s look ridiculous today. I’m not … Continue reading

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The Spirit Of New Orleans Lives On In Texas!

It was just like this after Hurricane Katrina! NYT: In Wimberley, Tex., people helped each other regroup after deadly storms damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes… “Over the past few days, we’ve been absolutely amazed and overwhelmed at the generosity … Continue reading

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California, Texas Have Similar Demographics

Allan Wall writes: VDARE.com has repeatedly pointed out that the demographics of Texas are already quite similar to those of California. But Texas is Republican because whites vote heavily for the GOP (not quite as overwhelmingly as the Deep South … Continue reading

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