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January 25, 2016
Teenage “refugee” killed the 22-year-old woman.
ISIS is developing new methods for large-scale attacks abroad.
The same thing happened in South Korea in 2013.
Earliest known massacre took place in Africa 10,000 years ago.
January 22, 2016
Against Trump, National Review
National Review declares Trump a “menace to American conservatism.”
Buchanan: “The day [Sam] Francis predicted was coming appears to have arrived.”
“. . . perhaps the black actors did not deserve to make the final list.”
More European Nations Are Barring the Door to Migrants, Washington Post
German lawmaker: “One country after the other is turning away from the open border policy.”
Migrants game the system to end up in the city of their choice.
There were 126 claims of “rape by a group.”
France has thwarted six terror plots since the Paris attack in November.
“Refugees” chant “fuck you” and shoot fireworks at police.
One more step to emphasize that Denmark is Danish.
They don’t want to share benefits.
January 21, 2016
Yes, Latinos Are Rising, but So Are Latino Nonvoters, New York Times
“The number of [Hispanics] who could vote [is] growing at a faster pace than those who do vote.”
Widely touted study ignored several Muslim terrorist attacks, including 9/11.
Black teachers assign black students to gifted programs at nearly the same rate as white students.
Seminars included: “Why Do I Have to Feel Guilty for Being White?” and “Western Bias in Science.”
Group Releases Ad Slamming Replacement of U.S. Workers with Foreign Labor, Washington Free Beacon
It features a worker who was laid off by Disney and made to train his replacement.
Migrants are being evicted from the “Jungle” camp in Calais.
The goal is to focus policy on “repatriation rather than integration.”
A woman worker gives her story of disillusionment.
Teachers say students are constantly on the verge of rioting.
By age 34, 26 percent of Japanese men have had no sexual experience.
January 20, 2016
Also speaks of Sam Francis.
Racial Bean-Counting Is Making Schools Unsafe, New York Post
Lax suspension policies have caused crime to soar in NYC classrooms.
Points out that actors should get awards only if they deserve it.
DHS: 500,000 People Overstayed Their U.S. Visas in 2015, Washington Examiner
Including 681 from Iraq, 564 from Iran, and 440 from Syria.
Even as he campaigns on Capitol Hill for better police-community relations.
Geert Wilders addresses Brits’ proposed Trump ban.
“The events of New Year’s Eve were the girls’ own fault . . . .”
For some migrants, “any part a woman shows (is) a sign she wants to have sex.”
“Be funny,” “make eye contact,” but importantly, “don’t touch.”
And Denmark has taken only 18,000 asylum seekers.
January 19, 2016
The Court will decide in June whether Obama’s DAPA amnesty is constitutional.
Someone else sees the Sam Francis/Donald Trump connection.
Black Lives Matter Demonstrators Block Bay Bridge; Dozens Arrested, CBS San Francisco
The Black Queer Liberation Collective blocked all traffic for half an hour.
50% Say Race Relations in America Getting Worse, Rasmussen Reports
That’s up from 30 percent in January 2014.
Ron Unz is hoping to influence the Harvard admissions process.
Feds Spend $406,875 Texting Latino Men Telling Them to Exercise, Washington Free Beacon
Texts are in Spanish.
U.N.-Appointed Panel Calls for a Tax to Pay for Crises, New York Times
Another way for you to help pay for the folly and degeneracy of others.
“In the wrong hands this footage could be used irresponsibly.”
NGOs will help censor content in the “Initiative for Civil Courage Online.”
Piers Morgan blasts the “embarrassing farce.”
January 18, 2016
Peter Brimelow says the holiday has to go.
A white liberal loses his illusions.
Demographics and the 2016 Election Scenarios, Real Clear Politics
Tool lets you tweak voter turnout and racial vote shares to see who would win in 2016.
Sympathy for the Devil . . . But None for White Victims of Violence, American Thinker
Colin Flaherty publishes a letter from a correspondent.
School makes clear this is not a “celebratory endeavor.”