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Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal - America's Racial Obsession
by Erik Rush
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Negrophilia studies the undue and inordinate affinity for blacks (as opposed to antipathy toward them) that has been promoted by activists, politicians and the establishment press for the past 40 years and which has fostered an erroneous perception of blacks, particularly in America. The book dissects the dynamic of race relations and race politics with an emphasis on same since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, how these are likely to develop given a Barack Obama presidency, and how conscientious Americans may discern the deeper truths of these matters and thus develop healthier perceptions.
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The dawn of the ‘M-word’

Yes, it would be peachy if everyone could “just get along.” As the product of a mixed-race marriage who was raised to discern character rather than appearance or creed, I consider myself to be quite tolerant, despite recent accusations to the contrary. The reality of coexistence, however,..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Islam

The Audacity of Narcissism

November 5, 2009 – Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan shouts “Allahu Akbar!” and opens fire at the Fort Hood army base in Texas. Thirteen are killed and twenty-nine injured (Later it is discovered that Hasan was mentored by Anwar al-Awlaki, the Yemeni-American al-Qaeda cleric who..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Obama

‘My country, always wrong’

I find it amazing what manages to pass for “white” in America when the political left wants it to. During the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombers last week, the press made it painfully evident that they desperately hoped the perpetrators would wind up being conservative tea-party Christian..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Islam

USA Today blockbuster article exposes Boston area radical mosques

Via Act For America and USA Today

Amid all the typical politically correct news stories and ruminations by pundits about the Boston Marathon terrorist attack, USA Today ran an article this morning (highlights added) that exposes the radicalism prevalent in two Boston-area mosques and their..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Islam

Boston: Where it all began

If you’re familiar with the Revolutionary War (with the educational system these days, obviously some may not be), you know that Paul Revere’s legendary Midnight Ride was through the streets of Boston, heralding the start of the war.

It may be that Boston (via the tragedy of April..

Posted by Erik Rush in Columns, Tyranny