#RachelDolezal shows the NAACP jumped the shark

Don Surber 6/13/2015

Thank you, Rachel Dolezal, for showing how far the country has come racially. Black people no longer are passing as white people; white people are passing for black. That is a sign that being black is a bigger advantage than being white. She is not alone. Ben Jealous, the former president of […]

Poll: 51% of Democrats support criminalizing hate speech

Allahpundit HotAir 10/2/2014

Note: Hate speech, not hate crimes. YouGov asked people about hate crimes for its poll too and found bipartisan support for the federal law that provides steeper penalties for crimes motivated by hatred of the victim’s race, religion, gender, or national origin. Sixty-four percent of Dems gave thumbs-up to that versus 54 […]

Sowell: A Very Dangerous Game

Thomas Sowell via Breitbart.com Big Government 20 Nov 2013

…New York City police authorities are investigating a series of unprovoked physical attacks in public places on people who are Jewish, in the form of what is called “the knockout game.”

The way the game is played, one of a number of young blacks decides to […]

Free Speech vs. Anti Blasphemy: The Frontline Battle

David Horowitz TV Blip TV 11/20/2012

David Horowitz’s Restoration Weekend 2012 at the Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida. November 15th – 18th.

CAJ note: Shortly after we posted the video from Blip TV it became unavailable. Thanks to YouTube we have found replacement videos. Unfortunately, at this writing, we have not yet located video of Frank […]

Baltimore Chief of Police: It Would be ‘Race-Baiting’ to Note a Hate Crime Against a White Man is, in Fact, a Hate Crime

Ace Ace of Spades HQ 4/12/2012

Not a hate crime, just “opportunistic criminal behavior.”

What was the opportunity? One white guy lost in a black neighborhood?

What was the selection process for their victim? Was it just random they chose the one white guy?

If that wasn’t random — if he was chosen, at it […]

House Approves Hate Crimes Measure

Posted by Tim Lynch Cato Institute October 9, 2009

Last night, the House of Representatives approved a defense spending measure that included a totally unrelated bill that would ban so-called “hate crimes.”

I’ve testified twice against federal hate crimes proposals. Here’s the case against the law (in brief):

First, the federal hate crime law […]