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— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) April 24, 2014
I think Drudge just jumped the shark. Again. Also, too: Japan.
Love-struck Puti-poot-kisser Rev. Fishsticks thinks that it is inexcusable that the U.S. doesn’t have an anti-gay law like Russia’s.
“Consider our founding fathers, many of whom had seminary and Bible degrees or were pastors themselves. They believed so strongly in the involvement of pastors and Bible teachers in political matters that they risked their lives signing the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.”
Why does it creep me out so hard when Crazy Unkka Pat talks sexytime. Oh, and why is it that anytime a woman doesn’t want to have sex, she must have been molested as a child?
Of course, skeevy Unkka Pat always recommends divorcing her. It’s for everyone’s good.
Charles Murray, recipient of American Enterprise Institute’s highest honor, the Irving Kristol Award (let that sink in for a moment; that’s always-wrong Bill Kristol’s dad) and the author of Reagan-era racist agitprop The Bell Curve, which is probably the nastiest bit of writing since, oh, Josef Mengele looked into genetics, is upset that Azusa Pacific, an evangelical Xristian Xrazie College in California, has decided not to let him address the campus.
(It should be noted that Murray is not a professor anywhere, nor has he ever taught anywhere. His claim of scholarship is subject to debate, as are his fellow luminaries at Koch Brothers-funded AEI: former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, now an AEI senior fellow; former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities Lynne Cheney, a longtime AEI senior fellow; former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, now an AEI senior fellow; and former deputy secretary of defense Paul Wolfowitz, now an AEI visiting scholar.)
Murray writes an open letter at the American Enterprise Institute to express his dismay at being uninvited to address the students:
I was scheduled to speak to you tomorrow. I was going to talk about my new book, “The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead,” and was looking forward to it. But it has been “postponed.” Why? An email from your president, Jon Wallace, to my employer, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), said “Given the lateness of the semester and the full record of Dr. Murray’s scholarship, I realized we needed more time to prepare for a visit and postponed Wednesday’s conversation.” This, about an appearance that has been planned for months. I also understand from another faculty member that he and the provost were afraid of “hurting our faculty and students of color.”
For a good reason, Chuckie. In your seminal work you state very clearly that the dusky people are, well, genetically, mentally inferior. I think that might make anyone a little concerned, Sparky. Do continue.
The task of the scholar is to present a case for his or her position based on evidence and logic. Another task of the scholar is to do so in a way that invites everybody into the discussion rather than demonize those who disagree. Try to find anything under my name that is not written in that spirit. Try to find even a paragraph that is written in anger, takes a cheap shot, or attacks women, African Americans, Latinos, Asians, or anyone else.
Um, actually, I think that the scholar studies a topic and reaches a conclusion that is supported by the evidence, and then writes about what he has learned, and backs it up. A scholar does not try to find evidence that only supports his given point of view: that is called advocacy, if not agitprop. When the only peer review you need is from the Imperial Wizard, I think you’ve left scholarship way behind.
I should state this very clearly: I have no idea if Murray is a racist; his work however is cited by racists and people who try to divide us against each other.
But there’s another way to decide whether you would have been safe in my hands if I had spoken at Azusa Pacific. Go to YouTube and search “Charles Murray.” You will get links to dozens of lectures, panel discussions, and television interviews. You can watch Q&A sessions in which I field questions from students like you, including extremely hostile ones. Watch even for a few minutes. Ask yourself if I insult them or lash out. If I do anything except take their questions seriously and answer them accordingly. Ask yourself if I’m anything more dangerous than an earnest and nerdy old guy.
Your behavior is not the same thing as your research. I’m sure you are as charming as the snake handing the apple to Eve.
(American Enterprise Institute — Full disclosure: much to my chagrin and shame, I have family members who work at AEI.)
Free-range conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck is not one to doubt that Sweet Baby Jeebus communicates to us through the miracle of pancakes.
“All we have to do is turn on the news and every day we see more and more encroachment upon pastors from this administration,” Cruz said. “All they have to do is be aware of what’s happening around us and to be aware, for example, that in the city of San Antonio, if a pastor speaks on Romans 1, he could be even fined $500 a day until he retracts what he said.”
“Preaching against homosexuality in our day is about as popular as preaching against slavery and racism in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1861,” said Greear. “And back then, I’m sure the politically correct people were like, ‘You’re just creating a lot of waves that are unnecessary, just preach the gospel.’”
…Republicans stealing their ideas, you know that the ideas must really suck:
Last year, we reported that VDARE writer John Derbyshire (formerly of the National Review) was annoyed that prominent Republicans were failing to credit racist VDARE writer Steve Sailer when they advocated a plan nearly identical to the ‘Sailer Strategy’: that is, the idea that the GOP can only survive by solidifying and growing its white base while alienating people of color. Sailer had been persistently advocating this tactic for over a decade when it suddenly came into vogue among conservatives who opposed the Gang of Eight’s immigration reform plan.
Now, another VDARE writer is upset that more and more immigration reform opponents are pushing another VDARE argument without giving the white nationalists credit. This time, the argument is that steady or increased legal immigration – with or without a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrations – will ruin the Republican party because immigrants are inherently liberal.
In a post on Friday, VDARE writer James Fulford highlights a recent study from the Center for Immigration Studies which argues that Republicans shouldn’t bother with immigration reform because immigrants will inevitably vote for Democrats. Fulford complains that neither the CIS report nor the conservative outlets covering it “manages to credit Peter Brimelow or VDARE.com for saying all this early and often, possibly because it they’re scared of Media Matters and the SPLC.” As he notes, VDARE has been pushing the argument since as early as 2001.
So bigot-on-bigot mud wrestling is a thing? I mean at least they all agree that the GOP should be the White People’s Party (good news: they are head of schedule).
However, the 2012 Goat Rodeo already proved that white people alone can’t control the outcome of an election. A) Whites are not a monolithic voting block and B) the numbers don’t work in their favor. Sorry Bigots!
All that said, I’m amused that VDARE is fighting for credit on this crappy idea—it’s like saying that you deserve a bonus for having only one hull on the Titanic. They’re like the dinosaurs thrashing about in the tarpits, they just haven’t figured it out yet.
“It’s our hope and prayer that a fresh obedience by Christian families and educating their children according to biblical commands will prove to be a key for the revival of our families, our churches, and our nation.”
–Ray Moore, GOP Candidate for Lt. Governor of South Carolina (Seething Hotbed of Unbridled Lust), who is a retired Army Reserves chaplain and president of Frontline Ministries, encouraging citizens of that state to take their kids out of Public Schools. That’s quite a platform to have while running for Public Office.
(Bonus quote: “Moore told a gathering of Tea Party activists at the April 12 Liberty Rally that Christians must leave the “Pharaoh’s school system” for religious schools or home schools.
“We cannot win this war we’re in as long as we keep handing our children over to the enemy to educate,” he told the crowd.)
Hey guys, remember that time when Daniel Clevenger mayor of Marionville, Mo said that he kinda-sorta agreed with Frazier Glenn Miller, the white supremacist and anti-semite, who (allegedly) shot up a Jewish cultural center and killed three people? It seems Clevenger kinda-sorta regrets saying it as he has definitely resigned as mayor of Marionville, you know, under pressure. (Livewire)
Also last week, you might remember LA Republican state Representative Thomas Carmody introduced a bill naming the Christian Bible as the official state book, which of course passed from conference 8-5 and moved into the state Senate for a vote. Whoopsie! It seems that someone there remembered their Civics 101 class had something about The Separation of Church and State. Anyway Carmody has now abandoned the effort because it has “become a distraction.” (Raw Story — the linked story at the Times-Picayune has reaction from Louisiana residents, which is worth the read.)
Your Daily Gohmert: Screwie Louie wants Congress to arrest (walking dead?) US Attorney General Eric Holder.
Remember last week when churlish NewsMax talking head Steve Malzberg said:
What he really meant so say was… um, what?
“Steve Malzberg’s comments were intended to be humorous not hurtful,” Ken Chandler, executive editor of the conservative outlet, said in a statement. “They were clearly inappropriate and do not reflect the views of Newsmax.”
When you’ve gone too far for NewsMax, well, wow.
I’m surprised that they didn’t add that Chelsea’s baby daddy is Vince Foster.