Amid the extraordinary week that has been, the history books have not yet been written as to which way this presidential election will go, a precarious situation which may persist for months to come. Not all is uncertain, though, it being clear (and perhaps trite) to say the outcome from this presidential election matters. The… Continue reading Why the presidential election matters
It came as little surprise last Wednesday, when Kamala Harris was named as Joe Biden’s vice president pick. This was a patently token selection: Harris being a black women; her lacking the requisite political or real-life experience to be prepared for vice-presidential (and quite potentially) presidential duties. That the left is intent on promoting members… Continue reading The Truth About Leftist Identity Politics
By Patrick J. Buchanan, March 22, 2019: Of 895 slots in the freshman class of Stuyvesant High in New York City, seven were offered this year to black students, down from 10 last year and 13 the year before. In the freshman class of 803 at The Bronx High School of Science, 12 students are… Continue reading Why Joe May Be Courting Stacey
Among other perks, WordPress usefully divides posts by category and archive–so they can be later readily accessed. Because of this, and amidst the 2020 Democratic Primaries–a historic, landmark event in intersectionality politics thus far–it appears worth revisiting Richard Spencer’s apt Twitter thread, responding to the Ralph Northam year-book scandal. In anticipation of anti-white invectives hurled… Continue reading Why the White Left is Finished
In a party that is defined as representing the Coalition of the Ascendant–blacks, latinos, Jews, women, homosexuals, Muslims and transgenders–running a candidate of Kamala Harris’ intersectional ilk for the 2020 Presidential election, appears imminent. But given the Democratic National Convention remains years away, using extensive quantitative and qualitative means to predict which Democrat will be… Continue reading The Immediate Implications of Kamala Harris’ Candidacy
Should Elizabeth Warren run for President in 2020 as seems likely, a candid referendum on support for Leftist identity politics shall loom large. Daily Wire, by Robert Kraychik, July 5, 2017: Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) visited U.S. forces deployed in Afghanistan during the July 4th holiday, sharing photos of her visit on Twitter. The “progressive” senator was… Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Visited Troops In Afghanistan On July 4th. She’s Running.