London’s mayor dared suggest IQ has something to do with success.
Tag Archives: Common Sense in High Places
Income, IQ, and Effort, American Thinker
Fee to be raised from the current $1,500.
Corruption Rife in the Pakistani Community, Says Minister, Telegraph (London)
Such candor not likely in the United States.
Common sense is immediately denounced.
She wants a new immigration bill that will make deportation easier.
“The new [non-white] majority will start making new rules.”
Attenborough Criticises Food Aid, Yahoo! News
British broadcaster says what’s needed in Africa is population control.
New York’s Stop-and-Frisk Ruling is Ripe for Appeal, Wall Street Journal
Former US attorney general argues for common-sense policing.
He dared suggest that France will need immigration reform . . . in ten years.
“This is our country and we determine who comes here.”
Instead of pandering to big business, the GOP should adopt a “humble and honest populism.”
The truth is more important than people’s feelings.
Feeling the Heat, American Spectator
Good sense from Ben Stein.
No evidence was found of Zimmerman’s supposed racial animus.
The idea that children inherit some of their parents’ traits is somehow “controversial.”
Points out that 91 percent of blacks murdered in 2011 were murdered by other blacks.
Immigrants Create Overcrowding and Fuel Tensions, Report Finds, Telegraph (London)
British government finally reports the obvious.
Legal system finally manages to function.
Wants to avoid the racial problems that plague other European countries.
Wages of illegals would go up; ours would go down.
Arizona Law Denying Bail for Some Immigrants Wins Appeal, Los Angeles Times
A flash of judicial common sense.
Finally, some sensible black resistance to amnesty.
German Women Should ‘Stay at Home and Have Three or Four Children’, Telegraph (London)
He says Germany should not “simply present immigration as the solution to our demographic problem.”
Fox News commentator notices the racial aspect of gun violence.
Non-whites are the ones frisked, but they are also the ones who most benefit.
Sensible liberal; crazy conservative.
Hasty Call for Amnesty, New York Times
New York Times has gone backwards in 13 years.
Common sense from a guy whose job it is to secure the borders.
Juan Williams: Race and the Gun Debate, Wall Street Journal
Surprisingly pertinent observations from Juan Williams.
Common sense could be unconstitutional.
Coulter: “I’m now a single-issue voter against amnesty.”
“The fact is 11 million people will be voting Democratic.”
She didn’t appreciate the prosecutor’s invocation of common sense.
Kobach: Obama Immigration Proposal ‘Out of Touch’, Kansas City Star
Legalizing the illegals would mean another $2 trillion in government services.
She points out that the white murder rate in America is the same as that in Belgium.
On Adoption, Race Does Matter, Guardian (London)
British “conservatives” don’t seem to think so.
“The constitution will guard Hungarian land as a national treasure . . . .”
Vladimir Putin Calls on Russian Families to Have Three Children, Telegraph (London)
The state will give cash payments to parents who have a second or third child.
Did the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Lead to Risky Lending?, National Bureau of Economic Research
“Yes, it did.”
“Explosive” a.k.a. “common sense.”
The Amnesty Delusion, National Review
Good sense from the editors of National Review.
Bill O’Reilly dares to point out the obvious.
Has race realism come to Florida?
Wants more officers to patrol “America’s most violent city.”
School standards getting closer to acknowledging racial reality.
Professor wants all students to learn of “vast” non-white contributions to scholarship.
Act Now… Or Say Goodbye to the Britain We Know, Daily Mail (London)
Two British MPs finally grasp the obvious.
Virginia’s ‘Together and Unequal’ School Standards, Washington Post
“Soft bigotry,” or common sense?
Black teacher blurts out the truth.
Ann Coulter says the “browning of America” is turning America into a political California.