Holder DOJ: Black People Too Stupid To Register To Vote

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Black people are too stupid to register to vote before election day. They’re under-educated and aren’t smart enough to understand and follow election rules. They’re also too stupid to be able to vote in the district in which they live.

Before you encourage every race hustler in America to picket the Manor, consider that I don’t share those absurd beliefs. They’re the official position of the United States Department of Justice under Eric Holder and Barack Obama.

In 2011, soon to be ex-Attorney General Eric Holder, defending his decision to dismiss a case the Department of Justice had already won against several New Black Panthers that intimidated white voters at a polling place, brandishing a club and saying things like “you’re about to be ruled by a black man, Honkey,” referred to them—and by implication—all Blacks, as “my people.”

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The Michael Brown Case, Update 4.2: The Media, at TTAG

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As bits of pieces of information trickle out in the Michal Brown case, I’m compiling information for a new addition to the articles in that archive. The next article will be posted in the near future. In the meantime, you might want to visit The Truth About Guns, where my weekly contribution this week is something of a primer on the Brown case, the law, and the way the media makes self-defense more difficult for us all.

The article is titled “Practicing the Art of Self Defense–From the Media.”  By the way, please keep in mind that when one contributes articles to the publishing concerns of others, it is the editors of those concerns that usually write the headlines, titles, decide when to publish articles, etc. At the Manor, I wear all the publishing hats and the decisions–and blame–are entirely mine. At TTAG, and the other sites that are addled enough to publish me, that’s not the case. I’m not complaining, just providing a bit of information.

If you have a few minutes, you might find the article interesting.

I’m OK; You’re Audited

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President Obama displaying dignity at a state funeral. credit: NYPost

President Obama displaying dignity at a state funeral.
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As much as I despise the harm Barack Obama is doing to America and Americans, I’m never entirely comfortable calling the President of the United States a pathological liar and narcissist. Like most Americans, I want every President to be a capable, honest, honorable person. I want him–or her–to succeed on behalf of all Americans, and the world, because America’s strength and influence are vital to world peace and prosperity.

In “America: The Failure of Resilience? Part 2” I spoke of Mr. Obama’s serial and never-ending deceptions and his boundless self-love. Even for him, I expected there could be limits, microscopic though they might be. I didn’t expect to find more incontrovertible evidence of Mr. Obama’s millimeter-deep character the very next day…

And then I came across another glaring example of narcissism that would make Narcissus blush. This time, Mr. Obama speaks of his favorite subject–himself–on the radio show of the execrable race hustler, Al Sharpton. Scott Johnson at Powerline explains (emphasis mine): 

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A Gun Ownership Primer: Updated Edition

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In the past, I produced a series on the rationale for gun ownership. It’s time for an update, and probably, an expansion on that series, and my friend and fellow blogger/editor at Bearing Arms, Bob Owens, has been kind enough to sponsor the series.

The first installment “A Gun Ownership Primer: The Philosophy Of Gun Ownership,” is now up at Bearing Arms. I’ll follow it each week with new installments. The purpose of the series is to explore in some depth the issues relating to gun ownership, including philosophy, politics, firearm types and their advantages and disadvantages, ammunition, the law, and other issues of interest to those considering becoming firearm owners, and to those who have as many guns as they need, but not as many as they’d like.

Stop by if you have a few minutes. I suspect it may be worth your time. And as always, please comment there and here. I really do want to hear from you; it’s the only way I can know if I’m doing more than pleasing myself.

America: The Failure of Resilience? Part 2

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In America: The Failure of Resilience? Part 1, I wrote of my worries about the ability of our representative republic to recover, as it always has in the past, from the disasters that have befallen it. Without question, Barack Obama and Democrats are not solely responsible for our current state of affairs. More than enough Republicans have behaved selfishly, fecklessly and irresponsibly for decades. But never has America had a president like Barack Obama. Never has an American president so clearly hated America and Americans, capitalism, democracy, and battered our allies while lauding and supporting our enemies. Never has a president done so much damage so fast that it may be impossible to ever fully reverse it. Never has a president done so much to place his ideological cronies in the permanent federal bureaucracy and on the federal bench that his policies may live after his term in office and so that reversing them may be made potentially impossible.

Honest historians will be asking and answering questions about Barack Obama for decades. In many cases, the answers are obvious and easily found. In others, it may take years of careful investigation to uncover criminally concealed documents and other evidence. And the scandals, oh, the scandals.

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EPA Cockroaches v. Wyoming Welder, Part 2

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wyomingfarmerOn August 24, 2014, I posted an article titled “EPA Cockroaches v. Wyoming Welder,” the story of Wyoming welder Andy Johnson who, owning a modest eight acre ranch, had a dream. Johnson and his wife Katie wanted to build a small stock pond (depicted above–notice his palatial mansion in the background) to stock with fish, water their horses, attract livestock, and serve as an educational resource for their three daughters.

Vicious environmental criminal and scofflaw that he is, Johnson met every requirement of Wyoming authorities for building the stock pond, and has the paperwork to prove it. But that, of course, did not satisfy the imperious bureaucrats at the Obama EPA, who are threatening him with more than $70,000.00 a day in fines if he does not obliterate the pond and do everything else the EPA prefers. This despite the fact that such stock ponds fall under a clear exception in the Clean Water Act. The EPA demands that citizens prove themselves innocent, tries to deny them access to the courts, and in general assumes the mantle of petty tyrant.

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In-Service Training And Brain Damage

More than two years ago–March 20, 2012, to be precise–I wrote an article titled “Education: Fixing Intelligence and In-Service Training.” I chanced upon that article again recently, and it struck home, so I decided to update it.

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I, gentle readers, am an education seminar survivor. I won’t identify that seminar as such things are a bit of a sore spot for administrators, but suffice it to say it’s all the rage these days in Texas, and while it was not the worst brain cell abuse to which I’ve ever been subjected, it wasn’t far from the bottom, particularly considering I had to drive–both ways–in urban rush hour traffic. I won’t enter a 12-step program. I don’t think they exist, and if they did, because they’re education-related, the cure would surely be worse than the disease.

Too many these days are ready to blame teachers for the sorry state of education. Please keep in mind that overall, public education does surprisingly well at providing educational opportunity for kids. I write about such things because it’s so frustrating. With so little effort, we could do so much better, yet we settle for mediocrity and where teaching teachers is concerned, for insults and disparagement. Read on. I trust you’ll get the point.

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