First, this AP story raises the obvious question, which has come up in many conversations about the subject, why the police waited so long to act on the Binghamton shootings. This seems to be a pattern in such cases. While it's easy to second-guess or criticize police action, it does seem troubling that they hesitated so long before entering the building. The same pattern was seen years ago in the Columbine shootings.
A while back, we read about the 'end of White America', now the ever-bolder mainstream media discuss The End of Christian America.
At American Thinker, there is a good piece on Modern American 'Racism'.
The race mongers and the leaders of the racism industry are using the wrong word on purpose, because it is so effective. Other than being accused of child molestation, there is no accusation more feared by your average white person (a descriptive phrase I admit I lifted from President Obama's description of his maternal grandmother) than that of being called a racist. The beauty of the charge is that it doesn't have to be defined and it can't be defended. In the twisted logic of modern American culture, trying to prove you're not a racist proves that you are racist.
You get a lot more traction calling someone a racist than you do accusing him of being a religious bigot, a xenophobe, or almost anything else.
The words racism and racist are so overused and their meaning so diluted that I've heard one black politician accuse another black politician of being a racist. Black people accuse black police officers of being racists.
Fear of those two words means that certain complex and important issues are banned from discussion and debate in this country because they deal with race. And depending on which side of the issue you fall, as well as the color of your skin, you're labeled a racist for even raising those issues.''
Read the rest at the American Thinker.
And speaking of 'average White people', Elsinore at Cordelia For Lear offers a welcome defense of 'typical White people' or TWP, for short. Read it here.
In the wake of the Republican debacle in the recent election, some have bitterly lamented that Romney was not nominated, but as I always suspected, he too is pro-amnesty and pander-prone, like the rest, as reported on the 24Ahead blog.
And last, it's rather pleasurable in a bitter way to see the likes of Sean Hannity admitting that the 'tinfoil hat' conspiracy-mongers who talked about the New World Order were not delusional after all. See the video here at Thy Weapon of War.
Since Gordon Brown and many others have openly used this term, it can no longer be laughed off as 'paranoia'. Now if only we could get a similar admission from Medved and others who venomously attacked those who warned of the NWO.