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The Ghost of Paley



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 05 2005,03:55   

[Graffiti moved to Bathroom Wall. - Wesley R. Elsberry]

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In any case, the fair question is: do white Americans commit murders more frequently than white European Americans

Obviously, this should read: "do white Americans commit murders more frequently than white Europeans?"
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Are whites the only members of society?

  1) No, but let's face it: when evos talk about the "dangers" of fundamentalist Christianity, they're not referring to Joseph Lowery. They mean Jerry Falwell or Pat Robertson. White Christians, in other words.
  2) When trying to measure the effects of a single variable (religion), it is important to match groups that are as identical as possible in all other ways. This avoids confounding factors.
  3) You may be forgetting, Cogzoid, that many of our European friends could be fined or imprisoned for frankly discussing racial matters. By keeping the discussion focused on whites, people like Midnightvoice can participate without fearing a Midnightknock on their door. Even the beautiful people can't fight The Man; take Brigitte Bardot, for example. Of course, given the current situation in Gay Paree, she might have to assume a new identity. May I suggest Cassandra? Mr. Newman, a remake of "Burn On" is badly needed......
 Well, we can argue the causes of differential crime rates until even Homer nods. But this part of the study is also worth debating:
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The single greatest indicator of an area’s crime rate is not poverty or education, but race and ethnicity. Even when one controls for income, the black crime rate is much higher than the white rate.

 Gentlemen, the floor is open......

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