Some books I’ve read recently that are worth mentioning: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen A free ebook on my Kindle reader. It was pretty good, good character development, not a complex plot, but its worth reading. I enjoyed it more than Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte). Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott Pretty good, Scott is, […]
I haven’t posted in a while, so here’s a Hoppe vid for Libertarian leaning folks.
This Nativity night bestowed peace on the whole world; So let no one threaten; This is the night of the Most Gentle One – Let no one be cruel; This is the night of the Humble One – Let no one be proud. Now is the day of joy – Let us not revenge; Now […]
From Charlie Daniels
Cruising youtube for interesting Christmas music I stumbled across this novelty song by Canadian Brass and Elmer Iseler Singers. If you like brass ensembles, this is pretty fun:
Well, 99.5’s Christmas rotation seems to be even less varied than in years past and you can probably guess my feelings about that. My annual Christmas tradition must, therefore, continue. We’ll begin this years’ Christmas season with a selection from Caledonia, or Alba if you prefer: *nollayk chree-ell ‘Merry Christmas’ in Gàidhlig, ie Scottish […]
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From a comment by Weiße Krähe elsewhere: Great article… But ya missed something… I think (apologies, I’m kind of on-the-move here). So, yes, the genuine-white population in the US IS about 62%…. But there’s a problem goys and gals, and I’ll try to explain it here as best I can (albeit without sources cited because, again, […]
Found on the interwebz
Does anybody still wonder what the point is? Intentional demographic replacement. Breitbart ‘In a letter this week, the Office of Refugee Resettlement threatens states concerned about resettling Syrians with punitive responses if they refuse to accept the refugees. ORR explains that states may not refuse ORR-funded benefits for refugees on the basis of religion and […]
via Canada Free Press, via HotAir.com, via Twitter, via the Washington Post, via Fines et Initia Headlines: ‘In Jersey City, within hours of two jetliners’ plowing into the World Trade Center, law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while […]
I stole the title from Rudeforthought who said, ‘This video is by far my most effective “Normie’s First Thoughtcrime” tool on the border wars in my personal evangelism to sleepwalkers.’
Peter Blood at Blood Flows write really interesting book reviews. His latest is a review of The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt. here’s an excerpt: ‘The now-famous Dunning-Kruger Effect was first documented in a paper by Justin Kruger and David Dunning, of Cornell University, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology in 1999, […]
I use this article as a vehicle to point to NC FIRE. Click the link and scroll down to the ‘Projects’ section. Breitbart WSOC TV reported that Jhovany Roman, 17, and Felix Reyes, 16, and two 15-year-old juveniles were charged with one count of first-degree rape, one count of first-degree sex offense, one count of […]
Wall Street Journal ‘The most concerted effort is Trump Card LLC, the self-styled guerrilla campaign being launched by Liz Mair, the former online communications director of the Republican National Committee. “In the absence of our efforts, Trump is exceedingly unlikely to implode or be forced out of the race,” according to the Trump Card memo. […]
Like whether or not some Germans are starting the notice the trouble with immigrants. Fox NewsFox News BERLIN – Berlin police say they’ve raided 10 buildings in the German capital as part of a crackdown on far-right hate speech on social media networks. Police said Thursday that the morning raids involved 60 officers, who confiscated […]
The aggregator, Brittius disappeared a while back, but I’ve found him and updated the link.
Via Plott Hound 2013 ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Asheville has joined Los Angeles and Chicago in approving a resolution to phase out the use of fossil fuels to create electricity and replace them with clean energy. The unanimous vote by the City Council targeting Duke Energy’s coal-fired power plant makes Asheville the first southern city to […]
The Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) is our State Christmas Tree. It is an indigenous tree with a very small natural range growing only in Southwestern Virginia, Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina above 3900 feet. Named for Scottish botanist John Fraser, it is cultivated for use as a Christmas tree locally as well as in […]
Here’s a video of Luke 2 in Latin, Goth and a range of Englishes showing the evolution of language.
Lennon Lacy was the 17 year old black kid found hanging from swing set. The family has contacted the NAACP and FBI convinced that Lacy was lynched. Now a 32 year old white woman has come out saying she is Lacy’s girlfriend. Daily Mail ‘Brimhall said: ‘In February I left my husband Michael and I […]
CIS Among the findings: The total number of working-age (16 to 65) immigrants (legal and illegal) holding a job in North Carolina increased by 313,000 from the first quarter of 2000 to the first quarter of 2014, while the number of working-age natives with a job declined by 32,000 over the same time. The fact […]
I thought it was odd that so many foreigners (and not just Yankees) lived in my area. We’ve got Hmong and Montagnards from SE Asia, Nigerians (some with tribal scaring- diversity bonus points!), Jamaicans, various South and Central Americans, Pakistanis and Indians (dots and feathers, but the feathers are indigenous). Turns out we have our […]
JD News RALEIGH — In recognition of North Carolina’s 100 craft breweries and their positive impact on the state’s economy, Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed April 2014 as “North Carolina Beer Month.” NC Beer Month, co-sponsored by the North Carolina Division of Tourism and the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, encourages residents and travelers alike […]
Via Brittius Fox 8 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — City officials said there’s a second suspected incident involving the dumping of illegal toxic waste material into the City of Charlotte’s sewer system. WSOC reported the Charlotte Mecklenburg Utilities Department shut down the Sugar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant off Tyvola Road after employees noticed an unusual odor around 8:45 […]
The Social Contract Jose Guadalupe Ramirez-Ambriz, 38, is currently wanted on multiple counts of first-degree statutory sex offense with a child under the age of 13 and indecent liberties with a minor. He is currently on the run, and investigators with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force are […]
The Republic RALEIGH, North Carolina — An Iraq War veteran campaigning for Congress in eastern North Carolina against U.S. Rep. Walter Jones has changed his party registration from Republican to Democrat, saying the tea party has made the GOP too extreme. In a statement on his website Thursday, former U.S. Army Sgt. Jason R. Thigpen […]
Island Free Press The National Park Service technically owns all the beaches, ocean and sound, between the villages on the Outer Banks. Due to the government shutdown, they have closed them all. I don’t understand how they don’t have the resources to patrol parking areas and beaches to keep them open, while still having the […]
Carolina Plott Hound North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission considers proposal to end commercial shrimping. Asheville’s freaks on parade for go topless day. Warning: only unattractive women take their clothes off for free.
Carolina Plott Hound Civitas says Ruger lured to NC by crony capitalism Dead dolphins washing up on OBX Seemingly random shootings in Vanceboro
VIA Plott Hound RALEIGH — A bill that would protect North Carolinians from the use of foreign law in family courts won overwhelming support in the Senate last month and passed by a 2-to-1 margin in the House but still awaits the signature of Gov. Pat McCrory. “It’s important that the Governor hear from Christians […]
via Carolina Plott Hound News and Record WENTWORTH − Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page identified the men who allegedly broke into Hall Well & Plumbing early Monday. Jesse Ray Walker, 28, of Reidsville, was shot and killed at the business. Business owner Steve Hall shot him with a shotgun after Walker charged him, Page said. […]
There is no doubt that the founding population and culture of America was Christian. A quick search shows that the majority of the founders made definite statements about their religious beliefs, Roger Sherman (signer of the Continental Association, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation and the Constitution) went so far as to lay out his […]
VIA Carolina Plott Hound Hampton Roads Online A Tony award is coming to the Outer Banks. “The Lost Colony,” the long-running summer theater staple on Roanoke Island, is among this year’s winners of the Tony Honors for Excellence in Theater award. The Broadway equivalent of the Oscars, the Tonys present their annual awards Sunday night […]
UPDATE: Added some beekeeping sites I am adding a new link catagory on the left below NC Food Producers, Links for Small Farms. These aren’t necessarily NC links so much as links that may be useful for North Carolinians who have a small farm or would like to. Here are the initial links: Back […]
Is this the new tourism? I hope not. Over 150 radical leftists and professional protesters from California, New York and Florida were arrested at the North Carolina legislative building this week. Far left groups are holding weekly protests to encourage GOP lawmakers to spend more money and allow same-day registration and voting. Something N.C. NAACP […]
…in Ocracoke. Island Free Press Ocracoke Island was in an uproar over the weekend when two state troopers made their presence known during a big tourist weekend that ended with the patrolmen’s cars getting vandalized. Troopers from Troop A, District 4 in Washington (Beaufort County) arrived on the island Wednesday and left Saturday morning, First […]
The upside is taking control away from the Federal Park Service, the down side is it will cost 20 Billion dollars. Island Free Press A provision in the proposed state Senate budget that would consider options to acquire Oregon Inlet was a surprise to officials at Cape Hatteras National Seashore, the owner of the waterway’s […]
Cape Fear Arsenal will be producing 2 million rounds of .223 a month for the next 12 months. More from Bob Owens
Carolina Plott Hound Ship’s 10 foot bow wave crashes into Southport ferry, damages cars, with video. Seal sighted at johnny Mercer’s Pier in Wrightsville Beach. Top NC baby names. Woman boards Charlotte school bus and attacks student.
Seems to me this should be illegal. Those from outside the State shoud have no influence on NC politics. Polk Politics blog via Plott Hound U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, D-NC, came back to the town she grew up in, Lakeland, a little over a week ago and left with a weighty addition to her re-election […]
H/T Liberty News WBIR A TVA spokesperson confirmed that a security officer patrolling TVA Watts Bar Nuclear Plant in Spring City was involved in a shootout with a suspect Sunday at about 2:00 a.m. The security incident happened on the Tennessee River side of the plant property, more than a quarter mile from the plant’s […]