Thursday, December 31, 2009
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Sunday, November 08, 2009
Sosa’s skin undergoing noticeable color change
Ex-slugger’s lighter complexion reportedly because of rejuvenation process
Now he's wearing green contact lenses as well. Does this creep anyone else out as much as it does me?
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:48 PM
Friday, October 23, 2009
See if you can identify the message based on the lyrics, the actions of the improv actors, and the ethnic identity of the performers as it relates to the roles played.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:28 PM
Thursday, September 10, 2009
All evil can be vanquished and true love found...if one's skin is white enough.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:21 PM
Perhaps if Americans all used Ponds Flawless White, it would truly become a "post-racial" society?
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:19 PM
Ponds has the answer to complex societal problems...it's all about the skin...
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:16 PM
This is an ad, believe it or not.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:14 PM
Friday, September 04, 2009
Note: Had to replace this video as the original was removed from YouTube. I'm not familiar with "Defend Glenn" and am simply posting the video, not implying any endorsement of this user's political positions.
Van Jones gets one thing right in this video. Many young White Men lack strong, loving male leadership. Of course, he won't say it, but they need strong, loving WHITE male leadership. I pray that many of my readers are already stepping up to the plate to provide this.
The rest of this speech is full of garbage. The thing about the black kid shooting another black is actually pretty funny. Supposedly he doesn't shoot up the whole school like a White male would, he just shoots one person. This goes against any objective analysis that looks at longitudinal, rather than situational, data. Repeat offenders can take out as many as a Columbine style event, and there are plenty of repeat offenders in the Black community.
For that matter, why are they shooting anybody at all?
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 5:28 PM
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
4409 -- Black Brother carries AR-15 Rifle at Obama Rally. And seems to have some intelligent, thought out positions on politics as well. Quite out of the ordinary, worth watching.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 6:20 PM
Friday, August 07, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Thursday, July 02, 2009
Saturday, June 06, 2009
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
The trinket makers have a new souvenir for tourists. It appears to be a plaque with a low quality copy of the mask of King Tut at the top, some hieroglyphics at the bottom, and a message, in English, written across the center.
Obama, New Tutankhamen of the World.
(Of course, they leave off the comma. This is Egypt, you know, and trinket makers are not scholars.)
Well, is that all he is? Is Obama really like Pharaoh Tutankhamen? For goodness' sake, why would he want to be? The fabled Pharaoh left this earth in his late teenage years, having accomplished little of note besides leaving pretty tomb goods that managed to escape plundering for a few thousand years.
But really, what did King Tut do of note? Not a whole lot.
Now, if the tourist trinkets said something like the following:
Obama, New Ramses the Great of the World.
...I would indeed be concerned, because this Pharaoh was a ruler in every sense of the word. Not a piker like young King Tut.
I'm OK with the King Tut reference. Let's keep it that way. Maybe the trinket makers know something we don't.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:21 PM
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
A well constructed comparison of the news coverage of the killing of the abortion doctor Tiller with the murder of American soldiers by a Black Muslim in Arkansas. Just the titles of the news articles written about Tiller give a clear overview of the editorial bias--or as this writer claims, treason--of the American MSM.
Gates of Vienna: The American Press: The Unbearable Lightness of Treason
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 4:14 PM
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 08, 2009
It is a lovely thing, a Boeing 747; and a powerful one. Its crisp blue and white contours dominate the sky. The American flag on its tail and the words "United States of America" define this bird as Air Force One, symbol of the imperial Presidency.
It was a terrific photo op, or should have been had it not struck fear into the hearts of 9/11-shocked New Yorkers, long unused to the close approach of 747s.
The photograph, now made public, shows Air Force One in its ultra-clean glory filling the sky over the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. The plane seems unnaturally large, as if it is the Presidency itself writ large, Caesar rather than Christ. Power over Liberty, quite literally, as the Statue below seems a insignificant splotch of green barely visible at the bottom of an unnatural, constricted perspective.
The photograph shows something uncomfortably close to the truth, and the events surrounding it something more. For as Liberty recedes, and the Presidency grows in power and arrogance, the people run screaming from the scene, in terror for their lives.
As well they should.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 9:17 PM
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Charlotte Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms. What's interesting to me is how I've personally seen some of the techniques she describes in the video in use by other teachers.
Her book is available as a free .pdf download here: Deliberate Dumbing Down
Definitely worth a look, and perhaps a read.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:07 PM
Friday, April 17, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
You have to love this video, Tax and Spend by Barack Obama. The audio editing is so well done, and it lines right up with the music and images. Oh, yeah, and it has a message. Outside of a brief image of a "plumber moment," well worth a watch.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 6:36 PM
Monday, April 06, 2009
Saturday, April 04, 2009
From the increasing number of news articles floating across the interenet on the subject of legalizing drugs, especially marijuana, I've developed a theory.
It appears to me that the current administration is likely to legalize marijuana and ramp down the current "war on drugs." Why? Well, again, I'm no seer, but it might look like this to them: 1) It would mean they could tax the stuff the way they tax tobacco; 2) a heavy tax on the substance would mean that the huge budget spending they plan would have another source of funding rather than the beleaguered taxpayer; 3) drugs are still, sadly, popular with youth and older folks with little or no maturity, so there's a market; 4) the drug cartels, which some decry and others might have investments in, would become a non-problem, a source of revenue, and accepted businessmen; 5) money being spent on the "war on drugs" could be redirected to other places; 6) violence in Mexico would be reduced because the cartels could just focus on creating a new business model; 7) US prison population with non-violent, drug-related sentences could be released, reducing costs, and 8) the populace mentioned in #3 above would be doped up and easy to manipulate.
Again, this is only a theory, based on the increasing number of articles I've seen in the mainstream media lately. But I am sure some people might find it attractive for all of the reasons mentioned above.
My opinion on it? The Bible condemns intoxication/drunkenness, and links it to the loss of all good things for a nation. See Joel 1 for a good description. And don't discount #8 above.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 7:46 AM
Wednesday, April 01, 2009
Gates of Vienna: Arabs Insist They Are Not “White”
A group of UCLA students of Middle Eastern extraction have protested not being allowed their own ethnic category on surveys. They..."said having their own ethnic designation has real implications for the Middle Eastern communities. The 'white' label can hurt them with universities and companies that use the information to promote diversity, they say."
As Fjordman comments in the article, this tacitly admits that to be of European descent is a disadvantage today.
How far we have come in the last 50 years, and what a long, strange trip it's been, to quote Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 9:39 PM
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
More on the so-called "Food Safety" legislation, coming soon (if we don't stop it) to a small farm or garden near you.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:24 PM
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
This video is quite remarkable for the sheer force and conviction of the speaker's indictment of Gordon Brown's failure to save the British economy. I predict Daniel Hannan, Member of the European Parliament, will be the man to watch in Europe during the upcoming months.
That being said, watching speeches as I have of late, it would seem to me that Barack Obama was elected on the basis of his sonorous voice (on top of the layers of nice sounding BS he delivered in his speeches), whereas Ron Paul, who had oodles of real content in his speeches, was ignored on the basis of his voice, which can be squeaky when he feels passionately about an issue. Has anyone else noticed this? Regarding Daniel Hannan's voice, this European politician's delivery is crisp, clean, and delivered with impeccable diction.
Is that really it? Do we elect presidents on the basis of their voices?
But I digress. Here's the video.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 6:32 PM
Thursday, March 12, 2009
While I have not seen this documentary (yet), it seems to back up my continued statement about the Western White population. We have not been wise to devalue marriage and children as we have. If the tide does not turn, we will disappear from the earth.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 6:46 PM
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
To promote appreciation of our European cultural heritage. A song about Richard the Lionhearted of England, accompanied by slides from the Codex Manasse and the Song of Roland. Sorry, it's not in English...but lovely all the same.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 8:08 PM
Monday, March 09, 2009
The sponsor of this so-called "food safety bill" is married to a man employed by Monsanto. The language of the bill is general enough that it could apply to your local organic farmer or your own backyard garden. If the new government department it creates deems your produce unsafe, you could face up to a $1,000,000 fine.
Of course, all things done by government are more efficient and just plain better than things done by private individuals. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.
H.R. 875: 111st Congress
Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009
Oh, and buy some heirloom seeds while yet you can...
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 2:26 PM
Friday, February 20, 2009
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Thursday, February 05, 2009
While I have issues regarding unions (including the teachers' unions), this video struck a chord in me as I watched British workers claiming they were discriminated against in favor of foreign workers, and being willing to walk out on strike in the snow. It also annoyed me to hear the upper-class patter that there is no discrimination against British workers. One might be inclined to start outsourcing Member of Parliament positions so that they might know what it is like.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 4:31 PM
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Monday, January 19, 2009
Bush Commutes Sentences for Two Former Border Patrol Agents
President Bush commutes the sentences of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, convicted of shooting a Mexican drug runner in 2005.
We need to support our Border Patrol, not undercut them. The convictions of these two Border Patrol agents for shooting a drug runner (who has run drugs since that time, btw) were a travesty of justice.
The drug war within Mexico is out of control. In fact, Mexico and Pakistan are considered the two States with the highest likelihood of collapsing in 2009.
U.S. military report warns 'sudden collapse' of Mexico is possible
We need to be addressing more of our resources to keeping the Mexican drug war away from our borders. We can't afford a collapsed State next door.
Posted by Laurel Loflund at 10:31 AM