Another Saturday morning coffee with Silvio Canto, this week speaking to the situation in Ferguson and the racial impact of the shooting. You can listen to the whole show here.
Category Archives: Racism
Once again I was invited on Silvio Canto’s radio program to discuss a variety of topics from the Lois Lerner e-mail fiasco to the need to increase employment. Here is the link to a tape of Silvio’s show. Talking to … Continue reading
The Progressive mantra of “diversity über alles” is one of the most honored shibboleths in the pantheon of the stated beliefs held by those on the left. Like all shibboleths, it is a test to see if common folk are … Continue reading
There are five (yep, count ‘em – only five) allegedly Native Americans who are so upset by the term “Redskins” that they have sought help from the government to help them suppress this oppressive abuse caused by the use of … Continue reading
Dinesh D’Souza is a name that is familiar to many, if not most, people on the right, and a self-selected few on the left who cannot abide anyone who will not cave in to their demands for abject obedience to … Continue reading
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Let’s see what the main stream media has been obsessing about recently. Well, “above-the-fold” on the front page (or the lead story on the 6 o’clock news) we’ve seen stories about Cliven Bundy and his racially tinged remarks. Oh, … Continue reading
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The latest development in the evolving disaster surrounding octogenarian Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team revolves around the announcement by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver that Sterling shall be banned from the NBA for life and … Continue reading
When is “racism” not racism at all? Racism is defined in most dictionaries as: “…a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is … Continue reading
The dust-up between Attorney General Eric Holder and Congressman Louie Gohmert during a congressional hearing was later that day followed by Mr. Holder addressing Al Sharpton’s National Action Network’s (NAN) conference in Washington. It was during Holder’s address to a … Continue reading
Author: Dr. Warren Beatty Dr. Warren Beatty (not the liberal actor) earned a Ph.D. in quantitative management and statistics from Florida State University. He was a (very conservative) professor of quantitative management specializing in using statistics to assist/support decision-making. … Continue reading