Category Archives: Diversity

Creative Loafing: Georgia Should “End” All Confederate Memorials

Last November, I organized a protest of the removal of the Tom Watson statue from the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. Gov. Nathan Deal said at the time that the removal of the Watson statue was only … Continue reading

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Washington and Lee University To Remove Confederate Flags Inside Lee Chapel

The president of Washington and Lee University, Kenneth Ruscio, announced in an email this afternoon that the eight regimental Confederate battle flags on display in Lee Chapel, which rests above the crypt where Robert E. Lee and his family are … Continue reading

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Anthony Cumia of Opie & Anthony Radio Show Fired By Sirius XM For Violating “The Standard”

That’s all there is to this story. Anthony Cumia, the host of the Opie & Anthony radio show, was viciously attacked by a black woman in New York City. She hurled racial epithets at him, punched him five times, and … Continue reading

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Murrieta Protesters Block Border Patrol Station Buses

If these people had been content to have their fate decided by the Democrat-controlled California state government, the Obama administration, or even worse, a US federal court, there is doubt they would have been stuck with these illegal aliens: Update: … Continue reading

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Black Memorial Day 2014

United States While the national media spent most of Memorial Day weekend discussing Elliot Rodger’s Retribution against blonde haired White women, Black Summer 2014 kicked off around America with dozens of shootings, stabbings, and mayhem at Black Bike Week in Myrtle Beach, SC … Continue reading

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Review: The City That Bleeds

Maryland I’ve only been through Baltimore once in my life. In August 2010, I had to travel through there on a business trip to Philadelphia. My truck was low on gas and I was forced to stop at a BP … Continue reading

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Baltimore Mob Attacks Random White People In McDonald’s

Maryland H/T CofCC Impeccable timing. I’m working on my review of Paul Kersey’s new book, The City That Bleeds: Race, History and the Death of Baltimore. Meanwhile, the black population of Baltimore is beating random White people in McDonald’s again. … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: Birmingham 2014

Alabama H/T SBPDL 50 Years Forward after MLK’s Birmingham campaign brought about the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the “liberated” black residents of Thugham have published a YouTube video that calls for “police bleeding” and “dropping a cop.” MLK’s “Dream” … Continue reading

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SECEDE Billboard Goes Up In Montgomery, Alabama

Alabama The League of the South’s second SECEDE billboard is up near downtown Montgomery, Alabama. It is visible off the right side of I-85 North heading toward Atlanta in between the intersections of South Decatur Street and South Union Street. … Continue reading

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The City That Bleeds

Maryland Here’s what it says on the back cover: “You’ve seen HBO’s critically acclaimed series “The Wire,” created by former Baltimore Sun reporter David Simon. You might even have read his book, “Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets,” and … Continue reading

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