Friday, March 9, 2018

the trouble with feminists

The trouble with feminists is, they don't reproduce. These are among the brightest, best-educated people in our society, but a lot of them don't have any children at all. It's almost a badge of honor with them. Oh, they might have one, a la Chelsea Clinton, but that's about it, that's enough of that oppressive, patriarchal child-bearing nonsense. Meanwhile, the welfare idiots are churning them out like rabbits. Idiocracy, here we come.

I think educated, intelligent women should feel obligated to have at least two children, three if they and their spouse want one and can afford it. In fact, I would almost say that women like this have a duty to reproduce.

Friday, February 2, 2018


My problem with the Democratic Party is quite simple. I think the Democratic establishment would be quite content to watch the United States become a third-world country as long as they got to maintain their power and privilege. That's why they feel much more comfortable with their Wall Street megadonors than with the useful idiots who constitute their minority voter base.

After all, this is pretty much the way they operate in big cities, which contain what are basically whole swaths of third-world areas now. Somebody like Rahm Emanuel, for example, (mayor of Chicago) doesn't really have to care too much about the state of the Chicago public schools; he sends his kids to private school. As did Jesse Jackson. As did Bill Clinton-- although he said during his campaign that Chelsea would attend a public school in Washington. In the event, she attended one of the most exclusive private schools in the city-- the same school that Barack Obama sent his two daughters to.

Thursday, February 1, 2018


I'm really beginning to think we need a radical restructuring of public education in this country. In particular, I'm thinking we should stop trying to waste money 'educating'  very low-intelligence people (people with, say, IQs south of 90). Trying to educate people like this beyond a sixth- or eighth-grade level is just a waste of time, energy, and money. It's just not going to 'take,' anyway, because these kids just can't handle it.

What should they do instead? Maybe they could become agricultural laborers. They shouldn't be living in cities anyway; they just get into trouble there. Working on farms would at least give them something productive to do to fill up their time.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

birthright citizenship

This so-called 'birthright citizenship'-- by which the children of people in the country illegally are American citizens at birth-- is something that few major countries have, and with good reason. It doesn't make any sense. India even abolished it entirely in 2004 because of illegal immigration from Bangladesh.

This right was supposedly created by the 14th amendment, but that amendment was framed to deal specifically with the rights of ex-slaves and their children. The notion that it dealt with children born to people in the country illegally has been created by courts over the last century and a half, in their interpretation of the phrase 'all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.' This 'right' was created by courts, and it can be taken away by courts-- and should be.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

idiots on parade

This is what we're up against. This 17-year-old mother of two accidentally (?) shoots the father of her children to death as part of some stunt for Youtube. I don't want idiots like this reproducing us into being a third-world nation just because reproducing is about the only thing they're any good at.

Monday, November 13, 2017

cities for the civilized

We've got to get the thugs out of our cities. Barbarians shouldn't be living in cities. After all, the words city and civilized come from the same Latin root, civitas. After violent felons do their time, they shouldn't be allowed to live in cities.

Friday, November 10, 2017

standards, not quotas

We've got to get back to academic rigor in the schools. This will require several things. For one, affirmative action quotas that bring in less qualified blacks and Hispanics over more qualified whites and Asians should be abolished. I can see affirmative action in the sense of outreach to promising individuals who've overcome obstacles most young people haven't faced. These would be based mainly on economic disadvantage, though, not skin color or ethnicity. By the same token, we need to get back to tracking by ability level at the elementary and secondary levels. Like should be grouped with like; that way, everybody can learn at their top level. The bright students wouldn't be slowed down, and the less able students wouldn't feel swamped.