Sarah Palin will pry your Klondike bar from your cold dead fingers.

calendar   Monday - March 31, 2008

Now I’ll snag a link or two as well

I found these links while reading today’s favorite blogger Snoop.

The first post over at InstaPunk is called The Old Guys Perspective where he gives the GRD a good kick in the pants and utters the oh-so-forbidden truth we all dance around with our eyes tightly closed.

But the color-blind society has not been achieved. What’s more, we are constantly told—lectured, hectored, propagandized—that this state of affairs is our fault. We tend to accept the charge because the truth is we don’t spend all our time thinking about race, and so we defer to those who think about nothing else because, well, we almost never get up in the morning thinking about how privileged we are to be white, which we’ve come to accept as yet another of our endless insensitivities about race.

The second post there, OldPunk Responds To Individual Commenters is a follow-on to the first, and deals with some of the reaction he’s received. Well, duh, you figured that out from the title I hope.

To all the commenters who looked in, saw the N-Word, and waved their wands in a superior way: BOO! If you’re black and never heard a white person mention this word, you’ve never had an honest philosophical conversation with a white person who wasn’t a race whore. And if you’re white and never heard this word used by anyone, you’ve never ventured far enough outside your social clique to recognize that at the university you attend(ed), all the black people are being systematically taught that you are irrevocable racists even as they are being induced to segregate themselves and fail at every real world test of success. Breaking through the propaganda to a non-politically correct discussion would be your only chance of having a real relationship with a person of color. But this you will never have.

And don’t miss his link to The Way of Harry, a sermon of a sort in 32 short chapters, that will give you pause. Because it might be utterly true. Or it might be the most racist thing you’ve ever read. Or both. Or neither. Just read it.

Damn, I wish I could write this well.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/31/2008 at 12:03 PM   
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This I Just Had to Post About.

Over at her blog Zoe Brain writes about Feminism getting piled higher and deeper. The post is about women in science, and how certain parties get the reason why women are disproportionately represented in certain field so wrong. Zoe is commenting on Math is Hard by Jonathan Kulick. As part of the article Mr. Kulick presents the following quotation.

The privileging of solid over fluid mechanics, and indeed the inability of science to deal with turbulent flow at all, she attributes to the association of fluidity with femininity. Whereas men have sex organs that protrude and become rigid, women have openings that leak menstrual blood and vaginal fluids. Although men, too, flow on occasion—when semen is emitted, for example—this aspect of their sexuality is not emphasized. It is the rigidity of the male organ that counts, not its complicity in fluid flow. These idealizations are reinscribed in mathematics, which conceives of fluids as laminated planes and other modified solid forms. In the same way that women are erased within masculinist theories and language, existing only as not-men, so fluids have been erased from science, existing only as not-solids. From this perspective it is no wonder that science has not been able to arrive at a successful model for turbulence. The problem of turbulent flow cannot be solved because the conceptions of fluids (and of women) have been formulated so as necessarily to leave unarticulated remainders.
(Hayles, N. K. (1992) “Gender encoding in fluid mechanics: masculine channels and feminine flows,” Differences: A Journal Of Feminist Cultural Studies, 4(2):16–44.)

As so many have so aptly observed, the stupid, it burns.


Posted by mythusmage   United States  on 03/31/2008 at 03:44 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - March 19, 2008

Courageous Obama?

Courageous Obama poses challenge to America

CNN Editor’s Note: Derrick Ashong is a musician, activist and entrepreneur. He recently became a You Tube “phenom” after posting a passionate defense of Barack Obama. Ashong identifies himself as an independent.

Like many Americans I watched Sen. Barack Obama deliver his speech titled “A More Perfect Union.”

I watched in a state of minor shock, not so much at the deftness with which he defused the sophomoric conflation of his call for national unity with the inflammatory rhetoric of the retired head pastor of his church—a conflation that would imply that we must each swallow whole the entirety of views expressed by our friends and associates.

It was not his repudiation of small thinking that struck me. It was the fact that here we had an American politician speaking with both candor and compassion about the proverbial elephant in our national living room.

Race is an issue that continues to confound this country. It is an undercurrent that paints our description, understanding and valuation of people in American society whether spoken or not. It is the subtext that places NBA star LeBron James and Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen on the cover of Vogue, in uncomfortable caricature of brute and ingénue.

It is in the minds of some the very reason a person of color would even be considered a serious candidate for the presidency of the nation—never mind that three centuries into the American experiment there has been to date, only one such person.

I watched Obama’s speech with a measure of disbelief that he had the gumption to come out and say what we all know—that the problem of race remains one that we as a nation have yet to conquer. To be sure we have made strides towards reconciliation. But the hard conversations continue to be harder than most are willing to deal with.

Black America has yet to come to grips with its responsibility to tackle head on the problems that plague our communities. White America has yet to acknowledge the fact that here in the “home of the free,” true liberty has evaded many for far too long.

Too often these conversations are ended before they’ve truly begun, due to the ignorance, intransigence or simple unwillingness of people to acknowledge the validity of what the other side has to say.

Who can honestly argue that black America is not today contributing mightily to its own social, cultural and economic decline?

Who can honestly argue that white America has not been willfully blind and too often complicit in the injustices that continue to be visited upon people born with darker hue or stranger accent?

Who will have both the courage and the commitment to the promise of universal justice and equity that undergirds our country, to call upon the nation to move beyond the divisive rhetoric of racial “one-upmanship” and to embrace the challenge of fulfilling that promise?

Apparently a junior senator from Illinois by the name of Barack Obama.

For days pundits have pondered whether Sen. Obama could weather the controversy over Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s racially polarizing comments. The question at this juncture is not whether the candidate will rise to the occasion, but rather, whether America will.

Is this for real? Is this guy really calling out, saying that the time is now for the Big Talk? Because it’s going to be a Big Fight at first. And it might be ugly for a while. And if the bottom line isn’t the resolution to get past skin color in all circumstances, and a nearly immediate dissolution of the nationwide system of advantages based on race, then we’ll be worse off than before we recognized the elephant and gave her a name. I’m not familiar with this guy, but if this is his goal then I’m all for it. There are only two possible outcomes: a) Peace, Love, and Granola with Civic and National Pride, and a forfeiture of White Guilt and Black Victomhood Status or b) An insurmountable divide that could lead to another Civil War. That’s a big risk. Since death is on the line and most of us aren’t Sicilians, let’s up the ante and do Left vs. Right at the same time. There will be much yelling and rending of garments, but if we can all give enough to find a middle ground AND THEN STICK TO IT we can make huge progress. I’m beyond sick of the PC and the divisiveness, but I honestly feel my side has been giving and giving and giving for years. To find the happy center things need to tip quite a bit.

And nobody gets to sit this one out. Nobody. If it’s time to redefine the nation then you will take part in the process.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/19/2008 at 01:52 PM   
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calendar   Monday - January 21, 2008

Pat Condell Rips into the Canuks

Candian Speech Police - Look Out


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calendar   Wednesday - January 16, 2008

Yet another ‘fake soldier’

These things seem to thrive in Kalifornia. Especially as elected officials.

An elected official charged with falsely claiming he earned the military’s highest honor has filed a motion to dismiss the federal case against him on free speech grounds.

The motion argues that the Stolen Valor Act of 2005, under which water board member Xavier Alvarez was charged, is incompatible with the First Amendment because it restricts free speech by criminalizing false claims of military honors.

Alvarez, an elected representative to the Three Valleys Municipal Water District, said last year at a water district meeting that he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his deeds as a Marine.

After admitting he never served in the military, he was charged with violating the Stolen Valor Act. He pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge.

Alvarez’s lawyer Brianna J. Fuller argued in the motion to dismiss, which will be heard Jan. 14 in federal court, that “protecting the reputation of military decorations” is not a compelling enough reason to place “restrictions on false statements.”

But government prosecutors said in their opposition submitted Wednesday that the First Amendment does not protect deliberate falsehoods.

Original here.

Rush was right!


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 01/16/2008 at 10:20 PM   
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Saturday Morning Cartoons… 1948

I know, it’s only Wednesday. But this needs to be seen.

Hat tip to Random Nuclear Strikes


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 01/16/2008 at 09:11 PM   
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calendar   Friday - November 02, 2007

Re-Education Camp Dumped


Victory at University of Delaware
University Dumps Thought Reform Program
November 1, 2007

Late Thursday, University of Delaware President Patrick Harker released on the school’s website a Message to the University of Delaware Community terminating the university’s ideological reeducation program, which FIRE condemned as an exercise in thought reform. He stated, “I have directed that the program be stopped immediately. No further activities under the current framework will be conducted.” Harker also called for a “full and broad-based review” of the program’s practices and purposes. While concerns remain about the University of Delaware’s commitment to free expression, FIRE commends President Harker for his decision to immediately terminate the Orwellian residence life education program. FIRE will have more on this development tomorrow. President Harker’s message is reproduced in full below.
A Message to the University of Delaware Community

Nov. 1, 2007

The University of Delaware strives for an environment in which all people feel welcome to learn, and which supports intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, free inquiry and respect for the views and values of an increasingly diverse population. The University is committed to the education of students as citizens, scholars and professionals and their preparation to contribute creatively and with integrity to a global society. The purpose of the residence life educational program is to support these commitments.

While I believe that recent press accounts misrepresent the purpose of the residential life program at the University of Delaware, there are questions about its practices that must be addressed and there are reasons for concern that the actual purpose is not being fulfilled. It is not feasible to evaluate these issues without a full and broad-based review.

Upon the recommendation of Vice President for Student Life Michael Gilbert and Director of Residence Life Kathleen Kerr, I have directed that the program be stopped immediately. No further activities under the current framework will be conducted.

Vice President Gilbert will work with the University Faculty Senate and others to determine the proper means by which residence life programs may support the intellectual, cultural and ethical development of our students.

Patrick Harker

More coverage at:
Gateway Pundit
Michelle Malkin


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calendar   Tuesday - October 02, 2007

Food Stamps for the (somewhat) Poor

Correia is pissed.

This morning I was commuting to work, when the news said something that damn near gave me an aneurism.  Apparently the federal government has just granted $600,000 to the state of Utah so we can give out more food stamps.  Then they quoted some lady from some BS organization like Utahns Against Starvation (arch-nemesis of Utahns For Famine) or something, and how she was saying how super-dooper this was, because there are so many Utahns that are eligible for food stamps, but don’t know it, and how now they can educate them, so that even more people can get government assistance, so that way nobody will go to bed hungry… These are people that make a decent living, but they still qualify for handouts.


I’ve seen some of the poorest people in America.  I was a Mormon missionary in what was considered one of the most impoverished areas of the entire country.  I spent a bunch of time in innercity Birmingham and Montgomery, and then saw the rural poor in places like Corinth, Mississippi and areas like that. 

And even there, there weren’t exactly people starving.  Even people on every form of government handout imaginable had TVs, phones, and air-conditioning.  Even in the nastiest projects in Birmingham, (which if you’ve seen Black Hawk Down, you know approximately what the Brickyard looked like) there wasn’t exactly a famine.  And if somebody was starving, it was because they were whacked out of their heads on crack, meth, and huffing paint. 

Starvation?  How many people actually die of starvation in America?  And then if you take things like child abuse and people lost in the woods out of the equation, how big is the number?  What, four? 

Not only that, but the poorest people on food stamps I ever saw still managed to buy name brand things like Pepsi and Doritos.  Wheras I grew up dirt ass poor on a dairy farm, but we worked for a living, so didn’t get crap from the government except for an occasional kick in the groin, and I grew up eating generic Chippos and drinking Shasta.  We did eat lots of steak, but that usually involved me killing it myself. 

Oh, but the report got better......


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/02/2007 at 08:44 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - September 09, 2007

Welfare Motorvator

Such a great poster and picture....

It’s Been a While Since i’ve posted a new motorvator and I’m behind but had to find a good 1..


Posted by Infinity   United States  on 09/09/2007 at 06:23 PM   
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calendar   Wednesday - September 05, 2007

Ain’t This The Truth?


h/t: sdkar


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calendar   Tuesday - August 21, 2007

Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin

You read the screams and cries of many news writers last week when it came to light that a church in Texas refused to bury a Navy veteran who was gay.  There were articles in the Dallas Morning News that said:

While High Point Church hides behind the veil of “church policy,” I hope God was wrapping his loving arms around Cecil Sinclair and welcoming him to his heavenly home.

“Love one another as I have loved you.” Does that sound familiar?

High Point’s “policy” is bigotry, at best, and it didn’t have the fortitude to stand up and say it did not want a homosexual funeral service at its church. This church didn’t hurt Cecil; it did hurt his family and friends.

The Fayettville Observer said:

Staff members at High Point were putting together a video celebrating Sinclair’s life when they discovered to their complete and utter dismay that the 46-year-old military veteran was gay.

Oh, Lordy! A gay man in the Navy, what with all those scantily clad men running around in such tight places all the time? What, pray tell, was the pastoral staff thinking when they offered up their church for what the Rev. Simons described as an “openly homosexual memorial service,” whatever the heck that is?

I’ve never been to an openly homosexual service of any sort. Do gay people get nekkid and dance the way King David did? Or do they strip down to their tattoos and let the snakes run wild?

An unfortunate situation, the Rev. Simons declared, while noting that the Sinclair family even had the gall to invite a gay choral group to sing. Simons posted his remarks to the church’s Web site after the press made a stink of the church’s decision to withdraw its kind offer (the day before the memorial service was set to take place).

But what is the real story here?  What really happened?  Did the church actually stop the funeral because they found out he was gay?

Paul Edwards wrote a column at that helps give a little clarity to the situation.

The mainstream media wants you to believe that a conservative evangelical church deep in the Bible belt has refused to bury a Gulf War veteran because he was gay. Some in the Christian media want you to believe that the church hasn’t shown the love of Jesus to a dead man’s family. Neither charge is anywhere near the truth.

Here are the facts. High Point Church, a non-denominational church in Arlington, Texas, had been praying for Cecil Sinclair after Cecil’s brother Lee (the only member of the Sinclair family who was a member of the church) requested prayer for his brother who had been awaiting a heart transplant.

When Cecil Sinclair’s health became critical last week, the family called a staff member from the church to be with them at the hospital. In the hospital, in the moments immediately following Mr. Sinclair’s death, the family asked the staff member if the church would be open to holding a memorial service for their loved one. The staff member assured them the church would be available to help the family in any way appropriate, a response any pastor would give in that situation.

Cecil was not a member of High Point Church, yet this church selflessly and sacrificially ministered to his family in the wake of his death, preparing and delivering food for the family and one hundred relatives and friends, along with many other expressions of kindness. The church offered to produce a video retrospective of Mr. Sinclair’s life for use during the memorial service. When the family provided the pictures to the church it was then that the church learned of their intention to make the memorial service a celebration of Cecil Sinclair’s gay lifestyle. According to a statement on the High Point Church Web site, one of the photos provided by the family showed a man touching another man inappropriately, along with other unsuitable photos.

The family also requested that “an associate of an openly homosexual choir” officiate at the service and that the homosexual choir sing during the service. “It became clear to the church staff that the family was requesting an openly homosexual service at High Point Church—which is not our policy to allow,” the statement on the church’s Web site said. After initially agreeing to host the memorial service, the church informed the family it could no longer do so based on the direction the family wanted to take it. The church then secured—and paid for—another location for the memorial service, which the family declined. The church also produced the memorial video without the inappropriate photos.

Contrary to the mainstream media reports, High Point Church did not refuse to host the funeral of a gay man. The church refused on biblical principle to allow a celebration of the homosexual lifestyle in its sanctuary, a decision most theologically sound churches would make under similar circumstances.

So there you have it.  Imagine, a church that actually follows Biblical principle instead of political correctness in its decision-making.  They are bound to a higher authority than the media, the feces-flinging moonbats or even their church affiliations and associations.  They have to remain true to the scripture they claim as their authority, or everything they preach is for naught.  If they followed the current wind instead of Scripture, what would make them any different from the Rotary or Lions club, who vote on their positions?

No, they claim the Bible to be their authority and stick to that...yet everyone is shocked, shocked that they refuse to bend.

My hat’s off to them for sticking to their principles and not being swayed by the wind of public opinion.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/21/2007 at 11:22 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - July 04, 2007

Celebrating the Founding of our Country

On this day in History, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. John Hancock was the first to sign it.

On this day, in celebration of the founding of the most free nation on earth, I offer a selection of patriotic audio files.

First, The Battle Hymn of the Republic

Second, no celebration of the 4th of July would be complete without the Star Spangled Banner.

Since we are at war, I offer this version of Lt.Col. George Custer’s theme for the 7th Cavalry. Garry Owen.

Also, for you history buffs, on October 31, 1941, the USS Reuben James was sunk west of Iceland. The first U.S. ship sunk during WWII. I offer this song, The Sinking of the Reuben James. Note that this is over one month before Pearl Harbor. I think we were going to war against Nazi Germany anyway. War with Japan was probably a surprise. Probably, but then, we’re talking Democrats here.

This is my first post since the Skipper’s demise. I wanted to do a really nice multimedia tribute to Allan, but the learning curve of the software was too steep. I have the software, I have the content, I don’t have the knowledge to put them together...yet.


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calendar   Thursday - April 12, 2007


“Off Color” -by- Cox & Forkum

Don’t you just love the fact that Al Sharpton is leading the Imus lynch squad? There’s a certain appropriateness of course in that Sharpton is America’s most successful racist, having personally incited the lynchings of eight people, not counting the half dozen whose lives were ruined by Tawana Brawley’s lies. All over the country white comedians like Lisa Lampanelli, whose entire show is based on ethnic insults, must be cowering in fear of losing their jobs if they stumble over the wrong joke.

There is clearly no bigger threat to free speech in this country than these racial vigilantes. The whole country is wondering to itself how it’s ok for black comedians to rag on nappy headed hos while Imus must be hung for it. Chris Rock I am sure, is not amused by this circus and I for one can’t wait to see how he deals with it in his next stand up. This is a spectacularly embarrassing moment for black Americans, one of many inflicted on them by Sharpton and Jackson and their misleadership of the so-called civil rights movement.

-- David Horowitz, “The Imus Lynching”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 04/12/2007 at 02:18 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - April 10, 2007

Imus On Defense Against Full Court Press

Blah-blah-blah-blah-blah. So what can you say on talk radio and what can you not say? Hmmm? For the record let me state that (a) I don’t listen to Don Imus’ radio show except for an occasional interview, and (b) anybody who gets Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson this mad at them gets my vote.

Me ...  racist? Not on your life, sweetie. I judge people by their character, not by their color. Neither do I think Imus is racist. So what is all this kerfuffle about? It’s about playing the race card to blackmail a media personality and further stifle free speech. Only liberals are allowed to talk like this (and much worse).

Do I think Imus’ remarks were inappropriate? Probably so ... but is that cause for a public lynching? His radio show is known for being pretty raw at times (which is why I’m not a regular listener) but not nearly as raw as Howard Stern, Al Franken and others who get away with much worse every day.

I’m still waiting for Al Sharpton to apologize for Tawana Brawley and Jesse Jackson to apologize for Karin Stanford. Let he who is without sin cast the first ... you-know-what. Is it just possible that Sharpton and Jackson, two Christian “reverends”, have forgotten that part about “forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us”?

NBC and CBS are gutless wusses as far as I can see. Suspending Imus for two weeks and groveling before the Race Warlords Jackson and Sharpton is somewhat disingenuous considering some of the trash those networks let through on the airwaves (Reference: Dan Rather, Kinkos).

Imus has apologized repeatedly for his remarks and they still want his head. Why? Sound off, people. What say you about this mess ... ?

Here is what he said ...

Imus made his remark the day after the Rutgers team, which includes eight black women, lost the NCAA women’s championship game to Tennessee. He was speaking with producer Bernard McGuirk and said “that’s some rough girls from Rutgers. Man, they got tattoos ...”

“Some hardcore hos,” McGuirk said.

“That’s some nappy-headed hos there, I’m going to tell you that,” Imus said.

Here is the rest of the story ...


Don Imus Suspended Over Racial Remarks
(NY TIMES) - April 9, 2007

The radio talk show host Don Imus was suspended for two weeks yesterday after the outcry over his racially disparaging remarks about the Rutgers University women’s basketball team.

NBC News, which does a simulcast broadcast of Mr. Imus’s radio program on its cable news channel MSNBC, was the first to act, suspending Mr. Imus and calling his comments “racist and abhorrent.” A short time later, CBS Radio, which is his chief employer, followed, saying it, too, would take Mr. Imus, 66, off the air for two weeks.

NBC also served notice yesterday that it would not tolerate insensitive remarks in the future. Mr. Imus had promised to change the tenor of the show, NBC said in a statement, and had agreed that the suspension was appropriate.

“Our future relationship with Imus is contingent on his ability to live up to his word,” NBC said. CBS made no statement other than that it was suspending Mr. Imus, who has been the host of “Imus in the Morning” for more than 30 years. MSNBC will replace Mr. Imus’s program with news coverage. CBS was undecided about how it would fill the time.

The actions came at the end of a day of intensifying pressure on Mr. Imus from black leaders, who expressed outrage at his description last Wednesday of the Rutgers team as “nappy-headed ho’s.”

Mr. Imus tried to stave off calls for his resignation by appearing yesterday on a syndicated radio program that has the Rev. Al Sharpton as its host and making a more complete apology for what he said were “repugnant, repulsive, and horrible” comments.

But his job still appeared to be in jeopardy, with Mr. Sharpton and other black leaders calling for Mr. Imus to be fired, threatening to initiate a boycott of sponsors and demanding that the Federal Communications Commission take action against him and radio stations that carry his program.

- More ...


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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