Sunday, July 15, 2018

Former CIA Officer: Clinton "Involved in Biggest Treason in History"

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

Sun, Jul 15, 2018 9:18 p.m.

Former CIA Officer: Clinton "Involved in Biggest Treason in History"

"This is deep... This is as dark as it gets, and this is the biggest espionage case involving government officials in the history of this country.”

In Baltimore, “Murder Ink” Dries up



By A Longtime Reader, who sent it in as “Baltimore Stix Article.”

Murder Ink, was a Baltimore City Paper column devoted to the weekly murder toll in Baltimore. It was discontinued late last October, as it brought “negative light” on Baltimore. The column was especially useful, as it chronicled who was killed, the circumstances, and especially useful was that it recorded race.

If you read it, crime by crime, you get the full flavor of the unbelievable savagery. Remember, this all occurs in a very small area. Baltimore is a small city with only 600,000 population. It has a murder rate almost equivalent, in real numbers, to Chicago… many times larger, per capita.

It has perhaps the most spectacularly corrupt Black leadership in the country. It is fully Africanized, and is run by a series of Black matriarchs that treat the criminals as a bunch or naughty boys that need Mama to protect them.

The last several Mayors have been Black Women. Loud, vulgar, and extremely stupid defects they attempt to hide by never shutting their mouths.

Baltimore is indeed Africa.

Our Governor is an absolutely worthless, mindless, PC-regurgitating RINO clown named Larry Hogan, who openly denounced Donald Trump over and over as a racist during the 2016 campaign.

Hogan did this, so he could be on the winning team of Hillary Clinton. The shameless garbage at MDGOP didn’t have the self-respect to boot Hogan, even after Trump won.

This year they are running him again, and the GOP establishment job seekers are prostrating themselves in front of this clown, licking his shoes, hoping Hogan will give them a state job.

Hogan will make noises, such as “I will do anything to stop the killing in Baltimore.” But doing “anything” excludes mentioning the depravity of black culture, the realities of race, cutting off white funding, or the absolutely deadly business of encouraging tolerant whites to live in Baltimore.

Hogan thinks he is going to get the black vote. Which shows he understands nothing about race. Each week the Blacks in Baltimore become bolder, more demanding, and more aggressive, fueled by white delusion and denial.

N.S.: In 2009, Donald D. Price burglarized a home shared by some Johns Hopkins University students in Baltimore City. The house was in the area of Charles Village, which is dominated by Hopkins students and staff, and is thus a magnet for black criminals, who obsessively target white and Asian Hopkins people.

Price stole some electronics.

According to “reporting” at the time, “someone” burglarized the home, the police came, and a few hours later, one of the residents heard someone in the garage, went and got his imitation kastana, samurai sword, and then went to see what had happened. The resident confronted Price burglarizing the garage, and stabbed Price in the wrist, and the latter bled out.

The newspapers reported that the resident said that Price had lunged at him.

Newspapers in Baltimore City and beyond were hostile towards the resident. The Baltimore Sun published an unsigned editorial criticizing the crime victim, insisting that he had been obliged to call the police and not confront the criminal himself, while praising a Charles Village businessman who’d shot and wounded a man who had repeatedly robbed him in his store, because the businessman was contrite, and said he had done the wrong thing. The Sun editorial also called the perp a "victim," and condemned commenters who had celebrated the victim for his courage, in dispatching Price.

Baltimore Sun crime blogger Justin Fenton, together with the perp’s sister, called for prosecuting the crime victim. spoke of the victim’s act of self-defense as an “attack” on Price, as if Price were the crime victim.

Most media outlets lowballed the perp’s criminal record. While calling him a “career criminal” who had only gotten out of prison two days before burglarizing the home, they would at most say that he had been arrested over 20 times. In fact, he had been convicted 29 times. He had probably been arrested hundreds of times, and had surely committed thousands of crimes. He should have been in prison for life.

The media also downgraded the danger the burglar posed, and ridiculously referred to him as “unarmed.”

The burglar’s victim had no idea if he was armed. Besides, burglars commonly rape and murder their victims. They are notoriously extremely dangerous.

Why the pro-perp media coverage? The obvious reason: The perp was black, and the vic was white.

And it wasn’t hours later that some unrelated burglar broke into the residents’ garage. Donald D. Price had never left the premises.


Price had “hidden” behind the house’s open back stairs when police arrived. The most cursory search would have found him, but the police that arrived did not make a cursory search. They left as quickly as possible, and Price went back to work.

As for the notion that the residents should have again called the police, that would have put the former in the position of being prisoners in their own home, and guaranteed Price’s escape. And that was the whole point.

And because the crime victim was white, and he had killed violent, black felon, being prosecuted in black Baltimore City would have entailed an automatic conviction, which would have been tantamount to a death sentence.

Joseph Pedulla
• • 8 months ago

It is sad that his had to happen, but this is what happens when people do not respect that sacred place we call home. In a civilized society it is essential that a person have a private place to live, a place where he may live but where no one else may. This is the essence of "private property." When a person does not respect this principle, that person is playing with his own life. When one makes a habit of putting others in fear for their lives, one must expect--even plan!--to die in a puddle of one's own blood. It is as simple as that.

Stinky Sneakers Meet Stinky Politics in Los Angeles



By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Sat, Jul 14, 2018 4:48 p.m.

Shoes of Loved Ones Killed in Shootings Line Street as South L.A. Residents Call for End to Gun Violence

Hundreds of pairs of shoes covered the street in South Los Angeles on Friday evening, each representing a life lost in a shooting, as residents demonstrated to call for an end to gun violence. Local residents, clergy members and law enforcement officials including L.A. Police Chief Michel Moore came together at the intersection of Manchester and Vermont avenues to push for federal gun control legislation.

R.C.: Hundreds of pairs of stinky, stolen Nikes with blood stains?


P.S.: A local problem requires national legislation. Gee, why is that?

N.S.: Any gun control legislation is racist, in being designed to disarm law-abiding whites, and help colored gangs, who always commit their crimes with illegal weapons.

Hear Some Comedians Who Make People Laugh… Before They Get Banned!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Don Rickles: Some of My Favorite Don Rickles Moments

N.S.: I hope this video is funny. I only got three minutes in, when someone came in the room from the other side of the house, and yelled at me for laughing too loud.

This one’s for you, Jerry PDX!


Carson Can’t Keep Up with Rodney Dangerfield’s Non-Stop One-Liners (1974)


Rodney Dangerfield
Published on Mar 5, 2018

"Rodney Dangerfield delivered so many jokes that night, Carson had to break for commercials. Originally aired September 2, 1974 on the Tonight Show."

Manny Llanez: Lesbian Sister
This guy is the only living comic, yet he’s the weakest. Not a good omen.

I was looking for lesbian jokes, but everything else was lesbians telling alleged jokes.

We’re in a lot of trouble.

With all the stuff I write about under the category of “Is America a Failed State?,” the death of comedy may the ultimate indicator.


The Future of Comedy

By kaganovitch
July 15, 2018 at 10:44 p.m. GMT

The future of comedy is a lesbian wearing a combat boot stamping on a human face, forever.

Matt Zoller Seitz: “Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix phenomenon Nanette continued to rack up impassioned reviews and think pieces.”

English translation: Nobody thinks she’s funny.

And she explains her jokes.

Who writes “impassioned reviews and think pieces” about a comedian?

If Matt Zoller Seitz had a sense of humor, that would have been a joke.

Gadbsy has an incredible range of topics, from: 1. Homosexuality; to 2. Homosexuality; to 3. Homosexuality.

For more, see Steve Sailer’s blog: “The Woke War on Comedy.”

Has America been invaded by lesbians?

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Syndergaard Wins in Return to the Mound; Now Mets Need to Ship Him Out of Town

By Nicholas Stix

For weeks, New York sports media gang members have been pushing the Mets to dump their best player, Jacob de Grom in a deadline trade.

It makes perfect sense, right? After all, de Grom is not only their best player, but their best pitcher. I guess starting pitching isn’t important.

Since the Mets have de Grom under contract for almost 2.5 seasons (through 2020); he’s presently the best starter in the National League, if not all of baseball; he’s smart and a gamer; and he’s irreplaceable; only someone suffering from profound mental retardation, or who is a Yankees, Braves, or Phillies fan would want the Mets to deal de Grom.

The last time the Mets had a starting pitcher as good as de Grom, his name was Dwight “Doc” Gooden. Gooden destroyed himself with drugs.

The last time the Mets traded a pitcher this good, the year was 1977, and his name was Tom Seaver. Seaver was traded in what came to be known as “the Midnight Massacre.”

It was the stuff of high tragedy. Seaver was locked in a war of wills with hated Mets Chairman M. Donald Grant. The men hated each other, and Seaver made it a public matter.

The problem was that that was like fighting City Hall, a battle players never won in those days.

Seaver eventually demanded a trade, and Grant was glad to oblige him. Some observers have insinuated that Grant provoked Seaver’s trade demand by planting a story via Daily News sportswriter Dick Young, asserting that Seaver’s wife, Nancy, was greedy, and was behind Seaver’s beef with Grant.

At the time, the Seavers had been married for 11 years. They’ve had their problems over the years, including at least one trial separation, but have now been married for 52 years.

That union is bound by stronger glue than greed.

Grant’s trade of Seaver to the Reds signaled seven years of misery for Mets fans. The misery wouldn’t end until 1984, with the development of consecutive Rookies of the Year Darryl Strawberry (1983) and Gooden (1984), and acquisitions of Keith “Mex” Hernandez (1983), the greatest first baseman I’ve ever seen, and the late, lamented, Hall of Fame catcher, Gary “Kid” Carter (1984).

(Thankfully, I missed all the bad years. I was in college the whole time, first in America from September, 1976-through July, 1980, without a TV, and then in West Germany from August 1, 1980 until August 26, 1985.)

The Mets eventually got Seaver back, but let him get away again, on waivers.

In 1987, the club tried to get Seaver, by then a 20-year veteran, to come back home to end his career, but he had a bum knee and couldn’t pitch anymore. However, in one of the classiest gestures in baseball history, Seaver came back to Shea Stadium, the setting of so many of his career highlights, to bid the fans adieu. Dressed in a business suit, the 311-game winner stood on the pitching mound, and bowed to the fans behind home plate. And then made a slight turn, to bow to other seating sections. And turned and bowed, and turned and bowed… until he had bowed to every fan in the joint.

In this era of free agency, it is doubtful that the Mets will get the chance to screw up the way they did—not once but twice—with Tom Seaver, but Jake de Grom is the closest they’ll ever get to Seaver’s magic.

We used to call Seaver “The Franchise.” You don’t trade away a guy like that, you build a team around him.

When Seaver was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992, it was with a record 98.8% of the votes. It wasn’t until 2016 that Junior Griffey broke Seaver’s record, with 99.3% of the Hall of Fame vote.

And when the greatest pitchers of Seaver’s era, the era of the pitcher—Bob Gibson, Fergie Jenkins, Jim Palmer, Juan Marichal, Catfish Hunter, et al.—
voted on who the greatest pitcher of all time was, they chose him.

However, the Mets do have a “superstar” whom they can and should trade. His name is Noah Syndergaard, and he is a sure Hall of Famer—just ask him.

Syndergaard can throw the ball 100 mph, has a great slider, and can hit it out of the park, but he’s injury prone and, as The Boss would say, dumb as my big toe.

Last season, club doctors believed Syndergaard had an injury, and advised him to get an MRI. He refused, tried to pitch, aggravated the injury, and missed the rest of the season. He pitched in only seven games that year, instead of, say, 32.

The Baseball Players’ Union’s contract has a clause permitting players to refuse to get MRIs. The Genius Clause.

Syndergaard also missed several starts this season hurt.

The Mets could get a lot for Syndergaard, while losing little.

Otherwise, they are looking to move closer Jeurys Familia, and second baseman Asrubal Cabrera, both of whom will be free agents at season’s close.

The only players who are fixtures for the future are shortstop Amed Rosario, outfielder Brandon Nimmo, de Grom, and starting pitcher Zach Wheeler.

What do they need? Everything!

Man Arrested in Mexico for Dallas Woman’s 2015 Murder



By A Texas Reader

Man Arrested in Mexico for Dallas Woman’s 2015 Murder ...

Faustino Valdez was arrested by the FBI in Mexico. Officials stated that he was deported back to Dallas on Thursday evening. Valdez was wanted in connection with the 2015 death of his ex-girlfriend.

Genocide, Hurray! “Why the German People Should be Abolished”: Huffpost Germany Writer Calls for Replacing Germans with Migrants to Stop Populism

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

Green Politician Dr von Berg: Good Thing that Germans Will be a Minority in Supercultural Society

Jewish Nazi, Barbara Lerner Spectre


German Politician Gregor Gysi Calls Native Germans “Nazis” and Their Extinction “Fortunate”

Friday, July 13, 2018

President and CEO of Papa John’s Pizza Steve Ritchie Announced Thursday that Company Would be Removing the N-Word from All Restaurant Menus!



By Nicholas Stix

At The Onion.

Chameleonesque Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones on a 2010 TV commercial shoot with Papa John’s Pizza founder John Schnatter, who recently had his company hijacked from him


Meet Campus Rape Hoaxer Catherine Reddington: Her Victim is Doing What All Rape Hoax Victims Need to Do, and Suing Her!


Rape hoaxer Catherine Reddington, and her victim, Alex Goldman

Heather Mac Donald on “The Campus Rape Myth.”

False College Rape Allegation “Destroyed” My Life: Suit
By Kathianne Boniello
June 30, 2018 | 5:19 p.m.
New York Post

A Long Island woman’s unsubstantiated [sic] rape allegation after a drunken night in an upstate frat house has “destroyed” a New Jersey man’s life, he says in a $6 million lawsuit.

[Not “unsubstantiated,” debunked!]

Catherine Reddington, 22, claims on social media that Alex Goldman, also 22, raped her vaginally and anally in a bedroom of Syracuse University’s Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity following a party in April 2017.

She went to the police and the university with her accusations, and has posted her brutal tale of assault on Facebook in a campaign that Goldman says got him fired from his summer job and could get him tossed from his new college.

“I woke up in Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity in Alex Goldman’s bed confused, bloody, bruised, with ripped clothing and splinter[s],” Reddington wrote earlier this month. “Alex Goldman is a rapist.”

But Goldman — and the Onondaga County prosecutor — tell a different story of that night.

A months-long investigation, which included a medical exam, rape kit and bloodwork within 26 hours of the incident, found no evidence Reddington was assaulted, drugged or even had a sexual encounter with Goldman, according to court papers and the District Attorney.

The two engineering majors woke up fully clothed in Goldman’s bed, both claiming no memory of the night before.

Investigators found it “impossible to determine what, if anything, occurred that evening between Ms. Reddington and Mr. Goldman. There is no credible proof of any sexual conduct in this case, consensual or non-consensual,” an assistant district attorney wrote in a November 2017 letter, attached to Goldman’s lawsuit, explaining why Goldman was never charged.

Reddington slammed the DA’s letter on Facebook, calling it “disgusting.”

But Reddington’s accusations were enough to get Goldman booted from Syracuse in the fall, he claims. The school said it followed state and federal law in handling the complaint but declined to say why Goldman was expelled.

[If the facts alleged in this article stand, then Syracuse University lied. No such federal law exists, and it is highly unlikely that any such New York state law exists. Syracuse was probably referring to a 2011 “Dear Colleague letter” from “Obama” Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, which did not have the power of law, and which in fact criminally coerced colleges and universities into breaking the law. Beyond that, Catherine Reddington should be prosecuted for malicious prosecution, and/or filing a false police report.]

Now Reddington’s social-media posts targeting Goldman’s new school and employer show she’s out to “publicly tarnish his reputation and wreak havoc on his personal life and that of his family,” he says in his Brooklyn Federal Court defamation lawsuit.

Reddington posted Goldman’s picture, and links to his Facebook and LinkedIn profiles, in lengthy messages detailing the alleged assault, and accuses him of being a serial rapist. She added a #MeToo hashtag and linked to his current school, the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

“I write this post because this is not the first time Alex Goldman has raped someone and I want to make sure that it is the last,” she claims in a post earlier this month.

She also posted a screenshot of what appeared to be a message exchange with Goldman’s employer, Bohler Engineering, and crowed that he was fired.

“Due to the severity of the allegations and our zero tolerance policy, we have elected to immediately terminate the employment relationship,” the company replied in the screenshot posted on Reddington’s social media.

“Thank you to everyone for reposting and spreading the word on the monster that Alex Goldman is,” Reddington wrote alongside a post with a message from Bohler. “Thank you to Bohler Engineering for taking a stand against this disgusting excuse of a man.”

Bohler didn’t return a call for comment.

Onondaga District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick said his office takes sexual assault cases seriously, but in this case, the evidence wasn’t there.

“What she has alleged about this office and this young man is simply not accurate,” Fitzpatrick told The Post. “I don’t know what her motivation is for that.”

Goldman chose to sue Reddington “because he could not sit idly by,” his lawyer Seth Zuckerman said. “Mr. Goldman will do everything possible to recover his good name.”

Reddington declined comment, calling it “a matter in the courts.”

Sporting Goods Chain Fires Manager NRA Calls "Hero"

By "W"
Thu, Jul 12, 2018 2:17 p.m.


Heather Mac Donald on the Yale Hysterical Ninnies’ [Trademark!] Reaction to the Kavanaugh Nomination

By An Old Friend

eye on the news
“Emergency” at Yale: Qualified Judge Named to Court!
In a letter quivering with victimology, students and alumni denounce Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.
By Heather Mac Donald
July 12, 2018
City Journal

Hundreds of Yale law students and alumni have published a letter denouncing President Trump’s nomination of Yale law graduate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. While Yale does have a recent history of promoting victim ideology at the graduate and undergraduate levels, the letter’s maudlin rhetoric—the preeminent academic marker and export of our time—has significance that extends far beyond New Haven.

The open letter was triggered, so to speak, by a press release from the law school celebrating Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. If confirmed, Kavanaugh would be the fourth Yale law grad currently serving on the Court, the press release noted. The dean and four law professors, hardly conservatives, offered testimonials to his accomplishments as a legal scholar. Abbe Gluck, a professor specializing in health-related law, was typical in her praise: “Brett Kavanaugh is a true intellectual—a leading thinker and writer on the subjects of statutory interpretation and federal courts; an incomparable mentor—someone who picks law clerks of all backgrounds and viewpoints; and a fair-minded jurist who believes in the rule of law. He is humble, collegial and cares deeply about the federal courts.”

This press release rendered the letter signatories, who include several law school and Yale College professors, “ashamed” of their alma mater. “Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination presents an emergency—for democratic life, for our safety and freedom, for the future of our country,” the letter stated. The use of “safety” rhetoric signals that we are in prime identity-politics territory. Students across the country regularly claim that they are unsafe at college campuses—threatened by reading Milton, threatened by politically unorthodox views. “Without a doubt,” the letter continues, “Judge Kavanaugh is a threat to the most vulnerable. He is a threat to many of us, despite the privilege bestowed by our education, simply because of who we are.” This fear, the authors clarify, is not hyperbole. “People will die if he is confirmed,” the letter alleges.

The letter pays particular attention to two of Kavanaugh’s appellate court decisions on abortion and contraception. “Kavanaugh’s opinions give us grave concern that he will consistently prioritize the beliefs of third-parties over the rights of the oppressed,” state the signatories. Apparently anyone who seeks an abortion or free contraception from her employer is now among the “oppressed.” (The letter, while standard in many ways, also heralds a new development in the rapidly evolving campus protocols regarding gender. It refers to abortion-seekers exclusively as “people” and “persons,” not as “women.” Assuming that a pregnant person is female, you see, is transphobic; as Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky tweeted, “Some men have a uterus.”)

The signatories are so enraged by Kavanaugh’s oppressive qualities that they cannot even get their chronology straight. They quote from a Minnesota Law Review article in which Kavanaugh questioned whether the Constitution allows a sitting president to be criminally indicted. That article, they say, “does not reflect high-minded consideration but rather naked partisanship.” The article appeared in 2009, when Barack Obama was in the White House. If Kavanaugh was nakedly partisan in his opinion, he was either partisan in favor of Democrats or miraculously prescient.

The idea that there are two sides to thorny legal issues eludes the letter-writers, most of whom graduated in the last decade. One might think that an appreciation for complexity and good-faith disagreement would be a primary benefit of a legal education. Instead, in a rank outbreak of results-oriented legal thinking, the petition assumes that there is only one correct answer to such questions and that dissenters must be motivated by malice and ideology. Kavanaugh’s “assault on the administrative state” is “based not in law, as he claims, but on policy preference,” the petitioners write. How do they know?

The need to think dispassionately has been under attack by law school activists for decades. Students demand exemption from moot court assignments that violate their political beliefs. They have sent the Socratic method of teaching, deemed too patriarchal and white, into fast retreat. Today’s academic narcissist, whether in law schools or on the rest of the campus, makes no effort to escape his own point of view. The Enlightenment ideal of reason transcending the narrow confines of the self is now denounced as yet another way to oppress victim groups.

The letter’s denunciation of Kavanaugh’s “partisanship” is particularly ironic. Recognizing merit in one’s political adversaries is a mark of intellectual maturity. Judges in particular need to maintain amicable relationships with colleagues with whom they may profoundly disagree. A civil society depends on such open-mindedness toward disagreement. That Yale’s law students, allegedly the most elite in the land, see this supremely accomplished legal thinker as a right-wing kook reveals their own parochialism, which the faculty has done nothing to overcome. But their petition also reveals a delusional ideology of victimhood that is infusing mainstream institutions throughout the country.

Heather Mac Donald is the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal, and the author of the forthcoming book The Diversity Delusion.

TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12:15 a.m. ET (and 10 a.m. ET Sunday Morning) is Roadblock (1951); Plus The Harder They Fall, Saturday at Noon!



By David in TN
Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 11:44:00 P.M. EDT



TCM's Film Noir of the Week for Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12:15 a.m. ET (and 10 a.m. ET Sunday Morning) is Roadblock (1951). Unlike Party Girl, Roadblock is a classic RKO noir, with L.A. locations and a plot featuring a man (Charles McGraw) who falls for the sexiest woman he's ever seen, leading to his destruction.


Joan Dixon plays the woman. Eddie Muller describes Roadblock as a "Rock-solid noir about an insurance investigator who goes crooked for a dame. Tried and true trenches of RKO B unit. We could show that story in one form or another every week. Rock solid, because of Charles McGraw. Joan Dixon of Howard Hughes' harem puts him through his paces."



For a bonus, earlier Saturday at 12 p.m. ET, TCM has The Harder They Fall (1956) based on Budd Schulberg's novel about boxing corruption. Humphrey Bogart stars as an out-of-work columnist, whose paper has folded. He takes a PR job for a crooked boxing promoter played by Rod Steiger.


Steiger has a South American heavyweight he's building up for a big payday against the champion, played by former champion Max Baer. Since he's not very good, there is a series of fixed fights. Bogart's character faces a moral dilemma-should he do something dishonest for a big paycheck?


Edward Andrews plays a crooked manager ("We have to live with these bums") for one of the fighters who is supposed to take a dive.


Edward Andrews and George Cisar

This was Bogie's last film before his death from cancer. It's one of his best, IMO.


N.S.: Budd Schulberg took the real-life, 1920s, South American prizefighter, Luis Firpo, “the wild man of the Pampas,” and fictionalized him for this story about Toro Moreno, “the wild man of the Andes.”


“Dempsey Through the Ropes” by George Bellows 1923 Dempsey vs. Firpo Championship Bout (BOXREC)

Legend had it that Firpo had “won” a series of bouts that had been fixed, in order to get a championship fight with Jack Dempsey in 1923. Firpo and his supporters always denied this. No one knows for sure, and both sides have their partisans, but what we do know is that although at one point, Firpo knocked Dempsey out of the ring, Dempsey beat Firpo half to death.

Bogie and Mike Lane

Then again, that’s what Dempsey (6’1 1/2,” 187) did. He had won the world’s heavyweight championship by beating reigning champ Jess Willard (6’ 6 ½,” 242), who had knocked out the great Jack Johnson, almost to death.


Kings of the Ring: Jack Dempsey (Documentary Film with a Great Narrator!)


Above and below: Jack Dempsey, aka “the Manassa Mauler” and “Kid Blackie”


Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Thursday, July 12, 2018

Branco: Left's Expert Headshrinkers Declare Trump Insane! (Political Cartoon)


Maryland Mob Beats Driver Almost to Death, after He Hit 10-Year-Old Who’d Run Out from Behind Ice Cream Truck

Lexington Park neighbors attack driver, 72, who struck child who ran from behind ice cream truck
By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat
Thu, Jul 12, 2018 8:50 a.m.

Lexington Park neighbors attack driver, 72, who struck child who ran from behind ice cream truck | WTOP

A 72-year-old driver and a 10-year-old child were left with what the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office calls “incapacitating injuries” after the child was struck by the driver and the driver was then assaulted by people in the neighborhood.

PGCE-P: Probably Negroes.

Incapacitating injuries?

So, almost beaten to death?

Evil Triumphs in D.C., as Prosecutors Drop Remaining Charges Against Trump Inauguration Rioters

By Nicholas Stix

Rogue, Trump-hating federal judges conspire to force US Attorney Jessie K. Liu to throw in the towel against J20 communists and anarchists charged with rioting during President Trump’s inaugural.

Sometimes, you wish your predictions were wrong. I said it would happen.

WASHINGTON — The United States attorney’s office for the District of Columbia is dismissing the remaining cases against protesters arrested on the day of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, ending a legal battle that began more than a year and a half ago. Federal prosecutors requested Friday in a motion that the charges against the remaining 38 defendants — including one journalist — be dropped. More than 200 people were arrested on Jan. 20, 2017, during demonstrations where some protesters threw rocks and bricks at police officers, set a car on fire and shattered storefront windows…. Twenty-one of the people arrested that day have pleaded guilty to charges related to violent protest, including one to felony offenses. That protester, Dane Powell, pleaded guilty to one count of felony rioting and one count of assaulting a police officer. He was sentenced to four months in prison, and was released in October. [“Prosecutors Dropping Remaining Charges Against Trump Inauguration Protesters” by Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks, New York Times, July 6, 2018.]

As for Dane Powell, in the immortal words of Derrick Coleman, whoop-de-damn-do!

On January 20, 2017, hundreds of masked communists and anarchists greeted the new president by smashing Washington, D.C. businesses’ windows, terrorizing customers, assaulting policemen with deadly projectiles (bricks, rocks, etc.), and by helping the violent attackers escape.

The riot was openly planned for weeks on the Internet, and conspirators dressed in black and wore masks, Black Bloc-style. People who supposedly hadn’t engaged in violence (we’ll call them passive rioters) just happened to dress in the identical uniforms as those who had (the aggressive rioters), and just by another amazing coincidence, fell in marching with the active rioters after the latter’s attacks.

But there were no coincidences: Everything had been plotted on publicly accessible Web sites, and at meetings.

The riot organizers convicted themselves with their own words!

As I wrote last November,

The stakes could not be higher—either the law is enforced against America’s emerging totalitarian Alt-Left or they will succeed in suppressing debate in the public square as completely as they have already done in colleges. (Or, of course, patriots could fight back—in which case they may find themselves attacked by Democrat-controlled law enforcement, as in Charlottesville. This is anarcho-tyranny). Unfortunately, early signs are not all good. [“To Defend America—Will Inauguration Day AntiFa Rioters Get “Exemplary Sentencing’?”, VDARE, November 14, 2017.]

The defendants’ media stooges raged that their darlings could spend up to 70 years in jail, and gave space to the defendants to complain in their own op-eds of the injustice (and inconvenience!) of having to attend trials and defend oneself, instead of getting married and starting fancy new jobs.

Although some 235 suspects were charged with felony riot, and myriad other felonies and misdemeanors, none was held without bail (unlike the Charlottesville Unite the Right demonstrators), and only Dane Powell did any time.

Keep in mind that if law enforcement had simply enforced the District’s anti-mask law, all of the defendants would have … what am I talking about?! The defendants could have been dripping with policemen’s blood, and those criminal judges would still have put the kibosh on their prosecutions.

The judges were U.S. Superior Court Presiding Judge Lynn Leibovitz (a Bush II appointee) and U.S. Superior Court Chief Judge Robert E. Morin (a Clinton appointee). Remember those names!

[Judge Leibovitz’] method for corrupting the verdict: muzzle prosecutors and witnesses from ever mentioning the terms “Antifa” and “Black Bloc,” calling them prejudicial—even though these are the terms that the movement itself uses [Inside The Trial That Could Determine The Future Of Free Speech In America’s Capital by Ryan J. Reilly, Huffington Post, December 10, 2017.]

Try making a persuasive argument—in or out of court—under rules in which you are not permitted to use the terms central to your argument. [Scandalous J20 Verdict: Sabotage by Judge Lynn Leibovitz Upholds Left’s Right to Riot=Another Step on Road to Civil War by Nicholas Stix, VDARE, December 22, 2017.]

It was thus impossible for the prosecutors to explain how the defendants operated.

If you’re a juror, and you cannot understand how the defendants are supposed to have committed the crimes in question, you must acquit.

The glove doesn’t fit.

During the first trial, Judge Leibovitz threw out the most serious charge, of felony riot, before the case went to the jury. Then, when the jury did exactly what the judge had manipulated it into doing, she said that that just showed how weak the prosecution’s case was.

I prayed for a change of jurist, and my prayers were answered.

Be careful what you pray for.

The prosecution’s star witness was an undercover investigator who had infiltrated planning sessions of the conspirators. In a revolutionary ruling, the new jurist, Chief Judge Robert E. Morin decreed that the undercover investigator would have to testify using her own name, in open court. That would have ended her career, and put her life in danger.

If Judge Morin’s ruling becomes a precedent, it would end much of law enforcement’s drug investigations, and many other investigations and prosecutions of violent, organized crime.

Whatever it took to subvert justice, Judges Leibovitz and Morin did it.

Note that former D.C. U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips, who spearheaded the prosecutions, was a black Obama appointee! VDARE Editor-Publisher Peter Brimelow has for years reminded us that the legal remedy for rogue judges is impeachment. So, what’s keeping you, President Trump? Stop listening to Ivanka, and listen to your patriotic supporters, who have the law, the nation’s vital interests, and your own political welfare on their side.

Or are you a two-for-one, blue plate special?

Our hope at VDARE was that the J20 riot prosecutions would serve as an opportunity for the criminal justice system to engage in “exemplary sentencing” of seditionists. Instead, the system has been celebrating the seditionists of the Inauguration and Charlottesville, while conspiring to violate the civil rights and engage in exemplary sentencing of the Unite the Right Charlottesville demonstrators!

When “the law” conspires to bring about the rule of crime, anarchy, and sedition, we may no longer be inching ever closer to civil war; the civil war may already be here, led by mobs in black robes.

See also:

Law Enforcement Race Codes

Via a Colleague


  • W - WHITE- (Including Caucasian, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, Other Spanish Culture or origin, regardless of race)
  • B - BLACK
  • A - ASIAN/ORIENTAL- (Including Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Polynesian, Indian, Indonesian, Asian Indian, Samoan, any other Pacific Islander)
  • I - INDIAN AMERICAN/ALASKAN NATIVE- (Including American Indian, Eskimo, Alaskan Native, A person having origins in any of the 48 contiguous states of the United States or Alaska who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community recoginition)

A “White” Criminal?! Check Out This Mug Shot!



A colleague sent this along, remarking:

"Does this guy look 'white' to you? According to the Lake County Florida Sheriff's Office, he is!"

N.S.: That’s why I say that blacks commit 7-10 times as many crimes as whites. The Bureau of Justice Statistics and local police departments consistently lie in their descriptions of suspects/perps. For instance, the Massachusetts PD that arrested black student Philip Chism for savagely raping and murdering his teacher, Colleen Ritzler, listed him as “white.”

They are desperately trying to diminish the interracial crime ratio, by inflating the number of white criminals.


They Got Another White Man’s Scalp! Papa John's Founder John Schnatter Resigns as Chairman of Company's Board after Apologizing for Racial Slur



David in TN: The Aggrieved didn't raise an eyebrow over the murder of Gordon Schaeffer at a Papa John's store

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Thu, Jul 12, 2018 8:42 a.m.

Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigns as chairman of company's board after apologizing for racial slur

Papa John's founder John Schnatter admitted to using the N-word during a May conference call and apologized for the comments after Forbes magazine detailed the incident in an article Wednesday.

R.C.: Founder of a multi-billion enterprise, and all he did was repeat what someone else had said.

That's it.

N.S.: He was set up. Whoever suggested a “role-playing exercise for Schnatter to prevent future public relations fumbles” was the Judas. Such "exercises" are death for white men, and those who organize them know that perfectly well.

The founder and chairman of the pizza chain Papa John’s, John Schnatter, found himself in hot water after using the N-word during a conference call in May.
Wed, Jul 11, 2018 9:04 p.m.

Papa John's John Schnatter Used Racial Slur On Conference Call, Issues Apology

The founder and chairman of the pizza chain Papa John's, John Schnatter, found...

The Papa John’s Murder of Gordon Schaffer: David in TN’s ...

I arrived at the Columbia, Tennessee courthouse at 8:15 am Thursday morning, 15 minutes before the day's session was to start. I was sitting on a bench outside waiting for the courtroom to open. Judge Robert Jones walked past, saw me, and said hello. I said hello back. A year ago at a hearing, Judge ...

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Anti-Schnatter Campaign Goes into Overdrive at Papa John’s

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 5:01:00 P.M. EDT

Noose being readied. Death penalty for whitey (loss of job in most cases).

Papa John's founder John Schnatter apologizes for using the N-word on conference call
Shares of Papa John's slid Wednesday after Forbes reported that founder John Schnatter used the N-word during a conference call in May.
The remark occurred on a call with marketing agency Laundry Service.
Schnatter apologized for the comments.
By Sarah Whitten | @sarahwhit10
Published 5 Hours Ago Updated 1 Hour Ago

Papa John's founder John Schnatter admitted to using the N-word during a May conference call and apologized for the comments after Forbes magazine detailed the incident in an article Wednesday.

“News reports attributing the use of inappropriate and hurtful language to me during a media training session regarding race are true," Schnatter said in a statement released by Papa John's. "Regardless of the context, I apologize. Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”

Schnatter was on a call with marketing agency Laundry Service when he tried to downplay comments he made about the National Football League and allegedly said, “Colonel Sanders called blacks n-----s," and complained that the KFC founder never faced public backlash. The call was a role-playing exercise for Schnatter to prevent future public relations fumbles.

“The past six months we’ve had to take a hard look in the mirror and acknowledge that we’ve lost a bit of focus on the core values that this brand was built on and that delivered success for so many years,” CEO Steve Ritchie said in an internal memo obtained by CNBC that was sent Wednesday to team members, franchisees and operators. "We’ve got to own up and take the hit for our missteps and refocus on the constant pursuit of better that is the DNA of our brand.”

Shares of Papa John's fell by as much as 5.9 percent to a new 12-month low of $47.80 a share in intraday trading Wednesday — erasing $96.2 million in market value. The stock recovered somewhat, closing down 4.8 percent at $48.33 a share. Papa John's is down 13 percent so far this year while Domino's shares are up 48.5 percent.

"Papa John’s condemns racism and any insensitive language, no matter the situation or setting," a company spokesman told CNBC. "Our company was built on a foundation of mutual respect and acceptance."

Laundry Service, which is owned by sports agency owner Casey Wasserman, reportedly cut ties with an unnamed client in late May due to "the regrettable recent events that several employees of Laundry Service witnessed during interactions with a client’s executive,” according [sic] a letter obtained by Bloomberg.

Shelley Lewis, a spokeswoman for Laundry Service, declined to comment.

Public relations consultant Eric Schiffer, chairman of Reputation Management Consultants in Irvine, California, told CNBC that it was a "colossal boneheaded move of which they will now have to rethink if they want to use him as a spokesperson."

The incident underscores the risks of using an individual to represent a brand, said crisis communications consultant Dan Hill, CEO of Hill Impact.

“This is the danger when organizations are too tied to a personality,” Hill told CNBC. “We saw it with Subway and Jared ... when things are going well and those people are popular, and they are doing smart things, it works. But then you have a single point of failure and it’s that person’s actions that reflect on the entire organization.”

The Forbes report comes just seven months after Schnatter abruptly exited the C-suite. Schnatter faced backlash in November for critical statements he made about the NFL that ultimately caused the league to remove Papa John's as an official sponsor.

He blamed NFL leadership for hurting the company's performance because it hadn't resolved the ongoing controversy over players kneeling in protest during the national anthem.

While Schnatter is no longer the CEO of Papa John's, he is still chairman and is tied with the brand's image and is featured prominently on the company's pizza boxes.

“I think the big thing for them going forward is how do they distance themselves entirely from John?" Hill said.

Groundhog Day in Flushing?

By Nicholas Stix

Jacob deGrom just threw his 100th pitch, and induced a line drive that he caught, to complete seven shutout innings—and seven innings without a Mets run in support of his usual sterling effort. That’s how he can lead the league in ERA, while barely staying above water (5-4).

Mets announcer Gary Cohen said, “Groundhog Day.”

One or two starts ago, the Mets announcers would say that it was “like” Groundhog Day. They’ve since dropped the qualifiers.

Hanley Ramirez, Recently Cut by Red Sox, Now a Suspect in Drug Ring


Hanley Ramirez

Via An Old Colleague

W adds: [Chuckle!] So we don’t know why the Red Sox released him and why no one has re-signed him?

At Larry Brown Sports.

“Germ warfare is going on in British streets”!

By Nicholas Stix

Chris Mathews was just hosting a Trump-bashing session on MSNBC. The quote that constitutes my headline was from David Miliband, “former UK foreign minister.”

There is no “germ warfare is going on in British streets.” Miliband was lying, in order to take cheap shots against Trump via an attack on Putin.

Putin is suspected of having tried to assassinate former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England in early March of this year with a nerve agent tied to Russia, Novichok.

An assassination attempt is not “germ warfare going on in” the streets.

Some will call that “hyperbole,” but it’s beyond that. Besides, I thought diplomats were supposed to express themselves diplomatically, rather than like Fleet Street yellow journalists.

Speaking of Fleet Street yellow journalists, Mathews said it was “ironic” that President Trump spoke of German chancellor Angela Merkel as Putin’s puppet.

Very few people use the word “ironic” correctly. They usually mean “hypocritical,” but think that “ironic” sounds classier.

Mathews is insinuating that Trump is Putin's puppet. But that is just a DPUSA propaganda point. If anything, it was Hillary Clinton who was Putin's puppet. DPUSA gang members have repeated the lie of Trump as Putin's puppet thousands of times, in order to try and make their audience subliminally accept it, as part of their seditious campaign to undo the 2016 election, render Trump politically impotent, and with Robert Mueller’s help, steal the presidency from the millions of Americans who voted for Trump.

The only problem is that the seditionists have never come up with one iota of evidence that Trump is Putin’s puppet.

Mathews also referred to “John Foster Dulles, our foreign minister” (under Ike), before correcting himself and saying, “secretary of state.”

Talk about sucking up! I lived abroad for five years, and yet I would never refer to an American secretary of state as a “foreign minister,” unless I was speaking in a foreign language which has no phrase “secretary of state.”

Chris Mathews was speaking in English. I doubt that he knows any foreign languages, unless one counts anti-Americanism, in which he's fluent.

International Migration: An Obstacle to Achieving World Stability

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Current migration policy tends to run counter to the interests of both the country of origin and the recipient country
By John H. Tanton
The Ecologist
vol. 6: 221-227 (1976)


In 1975, John Tanton’s essay “International Migration” placed third in the Mitchell Prize competition. The award was given during the Limits to Growth Conference in the Woodlands, Texas. The Conference was sponsored by the University of Houston and Mitchell Energy and Development Corp. The paper became the cover story for The Ecologist, in July 1976. This essay is the earliest formal record of Dr. Tanton’s initiating thoughts on immigration reform.

The movement needed a readily reproducible handout. It now had one. This essay planted the seed from which immigration reform germinated. While his subsequent writings reveal a deeper insight, none is more prescient or pivotal.

View the John Tanton video interview on the Mitchell prize essay.


The migration of the educated elite from the less to the more developed countries of the world is actively encouraged by the receiving nations; but exploitation of their human resources is as damaging to the under-developed nations as the exploitation of their material resources. At a different level migrant workers seeking employment in countries richer than their own are at the mercy of the host nation’s economy. When growth rates fall and job opportunities are scarce, they are the first to be discharged, and consequently to become a burden on the welfare of the receiving country. When controls are tightened, frustrated hopes of better opportunities lead to an increase in illegal immigration.

This paper was originally given at the Limits to Growth Conference 1975 and won third place in the Mitchell Prize Competition.

Read the whole thing here.

What a Way to Go! Man Comes Home to Find His Wife and Her Lover Both Dead!

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

NJ Man Finds Wife Dead Mid-Tryst with Mechanic: Sources

A man returned to his New Jersey home Monday night to find both his wife and her lover dead in the garage, after the pair apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning while having sex, law enforcement sources...

R.C.: Was the car stolen?

Song Haunts Blogger

By Nicholas Stix

At Glaivester.

Driver of F**k Trump Pickup Arrested for Resisting Arrest in Sugar Land



By A Texas Reader

Driver of F**k Trump pickup arrested for resisting arrest in Sugar Land

Karen Fonseca made national headlines last November when Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls threatened to arrest over the F**k Trump bumper sticker. Now, her husband is back in the news.

ATR: A white woman married to a Mexican?

And he's got outstanding warrants?

Who would have thunk it?

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Fox News Host Shannon Bream Forced to Bail Out on Live Report from Scotus, in the Face of Maxine Waters World


Shannon Bream

At The Washington Times.

Thailand: They’re All Alive, and Safe!

By Nicholas Stix

At The New York Post.

TCM is Showing Phil Karlson’s The Phenix City Story (1955) at 12:30 a.m. ET Tuesday Night-Wednesday Morning, Starring Richard Kiley, John McIntire, James Edwards, Kathryn Grant and the Secret Star



By David in TN
Sunday, July 8, 2018 at 7:17:00 P.M. EDT

TCM is showing The Phenix City Story (1955) at 12:30 a.m. ET Tuesday Night-Wednesday Morning. This is one of the 50's crime stories often lumped in the film noir category.


John McIntire: In Phenix, he played an ill-fated hero. The same year, however, he played one of the all-time great heavies, the murderous, larcenous, Roy Bean-style "judge" in The Far Country, who tells Jimmy Stewart's protagonist, "I like you. I'm gonna hang you, but I like you." After the unfiortunate, 1960 death of star Ward Bond, McIntire replaced Bond for five years on the hit TV Western, Wagon Train (1957-1965), and finally became a star and a household name. That was TV's good side.

The Phenix City Story stars Richard Kiley, John McIntire, James Edwards and Kathryn Grant (the future Mrs. Bing Crosby). It's directed by Phil Karlson, who liked to have a black guy as the hero's friend. In the 50's, James Edwards was the choice when a black actor was needed.

That's James Edwards on the far right of the frame

Thou shalt not kill: Edwards and star Richard Kiley

It's based on the true story of Phenix, Alabama, called "Sin City of the South." A prominent attorney named Albert Patterson (portrayed by John McIntire) agreed to run for Alabama Attorney General to destroy the crime gang called the "Dixie Mafia." Albert Patterson was assassinated after winning the Democratic primary, which would ensure election. The Dixie Mafia would do what the Italian Mafia would not—kill a prominent citizen.

Jean Carson and Edward Andrews

John Patterson, son of Albert, took his place and won the election. Richard Kiley plays him in the film.


Above and below: Two views of Meg Myles as Judy, who wasn't even credited at the time


Karlson takes these facts and gives an action-packed, but fictionalized story. He did the same thing with the massive 1973 box office hit, Walking Tall, about Sheriff Buford Pusser.

In real life, John Patterson was elected Governor of Alabama in 1958 by running as a hard-line segregationist. He beat a racial moderate named George Wallace. Interestingly, Patterson was an admirer of John F. Kennedy, enthusiastically supporting JFK for President in 1960. In 1961, Patterson put the Alabama Air National Guard at their disposal for the Bay of Pigs operation.


In later years, John Patterson said he took the segregationist position because the people wanted it. In 2008, Patterson endorsed Barack Obama. He had become what he was portrayed as by Richard Kiley in Karlson's film.


Kathryn Grant

N.S.: Life imitates art imitating life? Whoo, my head is spinning, David!


Phil Karlson was a muckraking journalist disguised as a movie director.

And who was the secret star? Why, Edward Andrews as crime boss Rhett Tanner, of course! Andrews deserved an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor for Phenix, but never got one for this or any other picture.


Edward Andrews in a typical, smirking pose

When I was a kid, you could see Edward Andrews several times a week on TV, in new TV episodes and old, playing unlikeable or downright evil characters with great relish.


A Federal Trial, or a Ticker-Tape Parade? Texan is Charged with Arson and a Hate Crime in Mosque Case

By A Texas Reader

Trial Begins in Victoria Mosque Arson Case

Marq Vincent Perez is charged with arson and a hate crime; jury selection in the federal trial is proceeding slowly.

ATR: Shouldn't he be given a ticker tape parade instead?

Monday, July 09, 2018

Faceless Dead Man Found

By Reader-Researcher R.C.


Man found dead with face half eaten by his dog

A dead man has been found half eaten by his beloved pet dog – who chewed his master’s face “down to the skull.” Glenn Pattinson, 62, was eaten by his hungry pet, Cujo, after he died at his ho…

UK Fire Rises: Vigilantes Attack Rape Gang Suspects

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

Citizens taking justice into their own hands


Mass Murder: 7 Slain at House Party in Suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Jul 9, 2018 11:47 p.m.

At the Houston Chronicle.

Lesley Gore - It's My Party


Nobody knows where my Johnny has gone,
But Judy left the same time,
Why was he holding her hand,
When he's supposed to be mine?

It's my party and I'll cry if I want to,
Cry if I want to, cry if I want to.
You would cry too,
If it happened to you.

Play all my records, keep dancing all night,
But leave me alone for a while,
'Til Johnny's dancing with me,
I've got no reason to smile.

It's my party and I'll cry if I want to,
Cry if I want to, cry if I want to,
You would cry too,
If it happened to you.

Judy and Johnny just walked thru' the door,
Like a queen with her king,
Oh, what a birthday surprise,
Judy's wearing his ring.

It's my party and I'll cry if I want to,
Cry if I want to, cry if I want to,
You would cry too,
If it happened to you.