The left keep telling us all of the things about which we are not supposed to judge them

Robert Stacey Stacy McCain has an article up — again! — in his series on the weirdos and nuts on the left: Canadian Candidate Drops Out After Masturbation Video Surfaces Posted on | July 22, 2014 | 43 Comments Trish Kelly was a candidate for local office on the ticket of the liberal “Vision Vancouver” party. On July …

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According to Wendy Davis, we wicked Republicans sure don’t like anybody but us white folks!

From Liberty Unyielding: Wendy Davis: Republicans dislike ‘people who don’t look like them’ By LU Staff on June 10, 2014 at 10:04 am Shades of Obama’s “bitter clinger” remark: From the Daily Caller: Wendy Davis, the Texas Democratic candidate for governor, says Republicans dislike “people who don’t look like them or come from where they come …

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Equality of opportunity apparently isn’t good enough for Karen Heller

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Karen Heller is upset: In Pennsylvania, female politicians face different rules Karen Heller, Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist | Posted: Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 1:08 AM Pennsylvania’s primary was notable for the number of Democratic female candidates for governor and Congress, including Allyson Schwartz, Katie McGinty, Val Arkoosh, Marjorie Margolies, and Shaughnessy Naughton. Every …

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But how can this be?

Your Editor spoke with John Hitchcock yesterday, and discovered something new. Mr Hitchcock, despite some smidgen of Indian in his ancestry, is as white a white man as there could be, mostly Irish, fair skinned and red haired. As as everyone who has read his work, on the now-defunct Common Sense Political Thought,1 on his …

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From Around the Blogroll

Following North Carolina House House Speaker Thom Tillis’ victory in the Republican senatorial primary, Sister Toldjah noted incumbent Senator Kay Hagan’s decision to go for broke and “fully embrace” Obaminablecare. Most polls show that the wholly misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is unpopular, but, as I have said previously, the only polls which …

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The logical conclusion

From the much prettier Dana, writing on Patterico’s Pontifications: Confirming What A Lot Of Us Have Long Believed Filed under: General — Dana @ 10:09 pm Guess what? Hard work, high expectations and commitment pay off. We find that the Asian-American educational advantage over whites is attributable mainly to Asian students exerting greater academic effort …

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Sonia Sotomayor, the Left, and Affirmative Action: their answers are wrong because they aren’t addressing the right problems

The problems which the learned Justice so laments, wise Latina that she is, are problems which are beyond the power of the government to address by the time students are applying to colleges. The problems begin in the elementary schools, and in the local communities, and they are problems of attitude and culture more than anything else. Our great public education system, controlled for so long by the left, has proved itself unable to deal with the problems; perhaps, just perhaps, it is that very control by liberals which has led to those failures. And perhaps, just perhaps, it is the unwillingness of the left to hold black Americans to the same standards, on just about anything, which contributes to the corrosive culture in our inner cities which fosters the attitudes which have so many minority children failing in school, long before they ever reach university age.

The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Schuette decision

As expected, the editors of The Philadelphia Inquirer were disappointed with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Schuette v Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigration Rights By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), but understood it just enough to dance around what the ruling actually was. The 6-2 decision suggests a nation that no longer needs …

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Good news!

The Supreme Court decided, in the case of Schuette v Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigration Rights By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), that the convoluted reasoning that Michigan’s Proposition 2, which outlawed discrimination based on race by state agencies, including state universities was actually racially discriminatory in itself, was a stinking pile of …

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The hypocrisy is unbelievable

From the front page of The Philadelphia Inquirer: A hard look at the future of Chinatowns By Jeff Gammage, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer | Posted: Monday, November 11, 2013, 2:01 AM People who stroll through Chinatown on Saturday nights bathe in the lights of intriguing new restaurants, hip tea shops, and stylish lounges. But moving …

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