Nicholas Wade, a British-born science reporter and editor for more than 30 years with The New York Times, is no longer with the newspaper — just days after the release of his latest book, in which he depicts blacks with roots in sub-Saharan Africa as genetically less adapted to modern life than whites and Asians.
Was The New York Times uncomfortable with Wade’s science or his conclusions? It’s unclear. Neither Wade nor his former employer returned requests for comment.
"Bad writer! You wrote science about THIS! You're fired!"
The Vallejo Police Department is apologizing after an 11-year-old boy
was held at gunpoint and handcuffed by officers in a case in mistaken identity.
Because apparently 'Stick a gun in their face' is the go-to of policing for some places now.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA- ahem. Also from Californicated,
Californians unhappy with their forced Obamacare related healthcare packages are finding a cheaper and more efficient way to see a doctor — high tail it to Mexico.
Two connected: a bunch of nasty little "I'm so sorry I was born this way" clowns apologizing for their sex and race,
Politically-correct segregation in 'higher' education.
"A summit for black faculty, staff and graduate students in the UNC
system drew more than 90 participants to UNC Wilmington. Navigating
Challenging Waters: Achieving Success in the Academy was held April
24-25 in the Education Building. It was hosted by the UNC Wilmington
Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA), in collaboration with the
Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion ..."
With straight faces, the university actually boasted that it held
a racially segregated event (a "black" summit), sponsored by a racially
segregated organization (a "black" association), and did so with the
help of an office of "inclusion." These people are so full of nonsense
that they see more racism in terms like "these people" than they do in
terms like "black association."
And if you say anything uncomplimentary about this segregation, you'll be called a racist. Flat bloody frigging amazing, isn't it? If someone organized a 'summit for white faculty, staff and graduate students' Chancellor Gary Miller would crap his pants in outrage, but "These events ONLY for black people!" or (read the whole thing) "We must have a separate graduation ceremony for THESE people!" is somehow inclusive. Or something...
I'll have something more to say later on the "I'm sorry I'm white and male" idiots later, but I had to clear some tabs for now.