Category Archives: Blacks

Affirmative Action 2017

Steve Sailer writes: Consider an SAT score of 700, which is common for students at strong private universities such as USC or NYU. On the SAT exam in 2016, for instance, I estimate that only about 645 blacks in the … Continue reading

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‘St. Louis synagogue opens doors to protesters against police shooting’

Who would have guessed that there would have been a negative reaction to a synagogue that sheltered the Black Lives Matters (BLM) crowd? After all, the Ferguson Effect aka explosion in black crime since 2014 has been wonderful for America. … Continue reading

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The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story

This TV series was so good that I watched it twice. Then I read the book it was based on — Jeffrey Toobin’s The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson. C.F. Robinson has a provocative analysis … Continue reading

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The Summer Of Monumental Madness

Robert Weissberg writes: I’m sure, but let me add a less obvious but ultimately more important hypothesis: the sudden hysteria is a result of decades of pent up exasperation over failure at achieving racial equality. In a nutshell, for at … Continue reading

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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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