Category Archives: Racism

Meet The New Nazis, Same As The Old Nazis

Can we please knock it off with the ‘alt-right’ bullshit: One thing to keep in mind is that these guys rarely use racial epithets–they don’t need to because everyone in the crowd knows exactly what is meant. But don’t kid … Continue reading

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An Inconvenient Truth About (Many) Democratic Voters

Ezekiel Kweku draws together some ideas that were rattling around in my head (boldface mine): I have good news and bad news: America is pretty much the same country it was in 2008 when it elected Barack Hussein Obama as … Continue reading

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Trump Is Inspiring Kids!

From York, PA: And if Trump’s Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner thinks this won’t affect Jews, he’s a fucking moron.

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Elite Racist And Trump Advisor Steve Bannon Doesn’t Like Asians Either

Not surprising but what else would you expect (boldface mine): “We have to be careful of that, Steve. You know, we have to keep our talented people in this country,” Trump said. He paused. Bannon said, “Um.” “I think you … Continue reading

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The Identity That Still Shall Not Be Named

One really idiotic thing on the leftish side of the spectrum this election season has been an incredibly simplistic view of race and class. While I’ve discussed this before, an article by Amanda Taub makes a very good point (boldface … Continue reading

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Technobrats And Monocausality

Before we get to the meat of the post, Steve Randy Waldman comes up with a humdinger of a quote, one I think I’ll be using often: Vox is a wonderful publication along many dimensions. One of its virtues is … Continue reading

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On The Margins, Or Finely Interwoven?

While racism has become an increasingly discussed topic over the last few years, Clinton’s use of the phrase “basket of deplorables” to describe racists has made the ubiquity of racism something even the political press corps. What I often read … Continue reading

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