Wednesday, January 09, 2013

As if it matters...

So what difference does it make? 
Oh what difference does it make? 
It makes none... 
Oh I'm too tired
 I'm so sick and tired 
And I'm feeling very sick and ill today...
--The Smiths

 At some point you became politically aware. You watched with interest the ongoing debates, your own sophistication growing with your familiarity. In quiet moments, usually alone reading, you experienced the small thrill of discovery or disillusion. It was exciting. You even came to feel a certain power in knowledge, and thus in yourself.
 But all the while you retained an expectation, a sort of residual childhood innocence, an expectation confident in the superiority of American liberty and nursed by the familiar story arc of Hollywood, that despite the travesties and calamities along the way the truth will out in the end, despite the protestations of the bigoted and the vested interests. Because it always does. Schmuck.
This thought came to mind as I came upon this:
Dr. Douglas Allen, Burnaby Mountain professor of economics at Simon Fraser University, tells OneNewsNow that he, Dr. Catherine Pakaluk of Ave Marie University, and Dr. Joseph Price of Brigham Young University took a look at a large study conducted by Stanford sociologist Dr. Michael Rosenfeld that found no difference between children who are reared by heterosexual parents and those raised by homosexual couples. The three found a mistake in the research that completely alters the outcome. "It turns out the children from these homes don't do as well. They're about 35 percent more likely to fail a grade," Allen reports about youngsters raised by homosexuals.
Does anyone think any amount of data or debunking is going to stop the juggernaut? Does anyone think the Gay Lobby even cares what's true? They will prevail, and we will adjust.

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Steve Sailer reviews Django Unchained, describing it as the story of
an omnipotent [black] mass shooter wreaking carnage upon dozens of [white] victims
noting the unsurprising hypocrisy of a liberal media that forgets all about Newtown and guns in its reflexive praise of Fanon-esque black racial violence. The film as described is even closer to the tale of John Allen Muhammad, DC Sniper. It's amazing how little the mainstream press notices once their "insensitivity" feelers are folded away.
I recall Roger Ebert fretting Tony Todd of 1995's Candyman 2, Farewell to the Flesh (who stalks a blonde heroine) looked too much like OJ Simpson, then on trial for murdering his blonde wife. Ebert had that earnest liberal's proverbial (but always vague) "problem" with it. But we're way beyond that sort of thing now; Ebert's heirs would never notice such a thing in the first place! Parallels outside the Narrative are for bigots!


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