Category Archives: Black

Frank Allen: “The Other JQ: The Jazz Question”

At Counter-Currents, Frank Allen has a very good essay on “The Other JQ: The Jazz Question”. As a big jazz fan myself (especially the harder East Coast style), I found this to be a very good orientation of the contours … Continue reading

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NYT: “Mourning My (((White))) Husband in the Age of Trump”

Every single unrelenting day, the NYT features at least one story or op-ed designed to say “white people are evil”. There are several today. One is an op-ed titled “Mourning My White Husband in the Age of Trump” by Erin … Continue reading

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Post-Racial Royal Wedding = Rorschach Test

Much like the election of Zero, the Post-Racial Royal Wedding™ has become a Rorschach Test upon which angry progressives can project their Id, with all its fears and desires: Among the group of black women with whom I watched the … Continue reading

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Getting Thrashed by the Thrasher

Biracial people tend to possess, ironically, a lot more ‘black anger’ than full-blooded blacks. Furthermore, it often seems that the angriest are gay biracial black men. Sociologists ought to look into this phenomena to see if there’s anything there, but … Continue reading

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A Conqueror’s Freedom

From “I’m Not Black, I’m Kanye” by Ta-Genius Coates: [Kanye] West calls his struggle the right to be a “free thinker,” and he is, indeed, championing a kind of freedom—a white freedom, freedom without consequence, freedom without criticism, freedom to … Continue reading

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Starbucks Incident = How Tenuous Safe Spaces Can Be

The LA Times prints a black op-ed about the StarbucKKKs incident, which is apparently right up there with the Rosa Parks incident: “I admit, I have been lulled into believing that Starbucks is a safe space, too. I’ve camped out … Continue reading

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I Am Enough

Just published is the children’s book I Am Enough by Grace Byers and‎ Keturah A. Bobo: I Am Enough is the picture book everyone needs. This is a gorgeous, lyrical ode to loving who you are, respecting others, and being … Continue reading

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On Wrinkles & Furrowed Brows

Back when I saw Dunkirk in the theater, they had a preview of the upcoming A Wrinkle In Time, directed by Ava DuVernay (the angry black woman who also directed Selma) and boy did it look atrocious. Trendy P.C. casting (now a new … Continue reading

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Black Girls Rock!: Owning Our Magic. Rocking Our Truth (2018)

Just published today! Empower yourself, girlfriend! And remember: there’s not the truth, there’s our truth! (The book’s cover photo has got to be the largest Afro hairstyle ever captured by a camera.) From Amazon: From the award-winning entrepreneur, culture leader, … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Korryn Gaines

Another black behaving badly, killed by the poh-leese, and then the dead black’s family are made millionaires at the taxpayers’ expense. (“Baltimore County jury awards $37M to family of police shooting victim”). You read that right: $37 million. And then … Continue reading

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