Steve Sailer Sucks


Racism | Interracial Marriage | Xenophobia | Fascism | Lies
Darwinism | Eugenics | Pseudo-Science | Hypocrisy | Garbage
Pedophilia | Depression | Financial Ruin | Murder Suicide
Fear | Insanity | Digital Footprints | Terrorism

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Storms, tornados, floods wash away Sailer's bogus affordable family foundation theory

The last few months were brutally devastating for the rural Republican states which Steve Sailer mistakenly praises as the best areas to build homes and raise families. Where do we even begin, and we know it will never end, as storms, tornados, and floods take their devastating tolls. Pictures below are actual pictures from the natural disasters, click on them to see the full view of the damage.


Late April, 2011 - Massive storms and tornados inflict massive damage across seven southern states. Over 300 people killed, setting a new record for the most fatalities in America from storms. Deaths and severe damage are in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Arkansas, and Kentucky.



May 22, 2011 - An extremely powerful EF-5 tornado devastates Joplin, Missouri. At least 142 dead so far, many more missing or injured, entire buildings demolished, untold damage.







Late May, 2011 - The Mississippi river water levels and flooding dangers are rising again. Flooding is a threat in midwest states like Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota, which will continue to worsen for the southern states as flood waters traverse southward along the Mississippi river.



Related Links:
Red Republican states are hazardous death traps
31 dead from Tennessee flooding, 5 dead from Oklahoma tornadoes (May 2010)
Tornado kills at least 10 in Mississippi
Rural red states suffer devastating losses to natural disaster (Apr 2009)
Sailer's "Affordable Family Foundation" plan is bogus

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Democrats gain House seat in Congress

In one of New York's most conservative Congressional districts, Democrat Kathy Hochul won tonight's special election for the House seat vacated by ex-Congressman Chris Lee. If you recall, Chris Lee was the GOP Representative who got caught in an embarrasing scandal, soliciting other women on Craigslist with a picture of him topless.

Just two months ago, Kathy Hochul seemed to be a sure loser in this GOP stronghold. But the Republicans' insanity and unpopularity sank in, such as Representative Paul D. Ryan (R-Wisconsin) drastic and failed idea to overhaul Medicare, as well as their incompetence and unpopularity in the four short months since regaining the House.


NYT: Democrat Wins G.O.P. Seat; Rebuke Seen to Medicare Plan

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Republican Governor Popularity Plummets


Less than a year after a cadre of Republican firebrands swept into statehouses from Ohio to Florida to Wisconsin, voters are turning on them. John Avlon on what this means for 2012.

The Daily Beast: Republican Governor Popularity Plummets


Florida: On Tuesday, Alvin Brown became the first Democrat elected mayor of Jacksonville—Florida's largest city—in 20 years. Just seven months ago, Republicans swept the Sunshine State with Tea Party-backed candidate Rick Scott winning the governor's office with a 1.2 percent margin of victory.

Now Rick Scott finds himself the least popular newly elected governor in Florida history. It's not just a matter of the honeymoon being over—this looks like a drunken Vegas marriage heading for a shotgun divorce.

Fifty-five percent of Florida voters disapprove of Scott's job in office, while only 32 percent approve, according to a mid-April PPP poll. The Suffolk University poll found that 41 percent of respondents said the new gov's first months in office had been "negative and damaging" while only 26 percent described it as "positive and productive."


Ohio: Governor John Kasich is struggling as well, after narrowly defeating Democrat incumbent Ted Strickland last fall. A new Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday found Kasich's approval numbers decidedly upside down, with 49 percent of voters disapproving and 38 percent approving of his efforts in office to date. This was a nominal improvement over the previous month, when he had a 46-30 split.


Maine: Tea Party-backed Republican Paul LePage beat Independent candidate Eliot Cutler by less than 7,500 votes last fall. His stormy tenure has been marked by skirmishes over removing labor-history murals, initially refusing to attend MLK day celebrations and refusing to sign legislation to ban the chemical BPA because—in his words—"the worst case is some women may have little beards." A recent poll found that only three out of 10 Maine residents approved of LePage's job in office.


Wisconsin: Governor Scott Walker's new effort to have same-sex couples' hospital visitation rights rescinded is unlikely to improve his approval ratings, especially among the 27 percent of independent voters in the state.

White Nationalist Website VDARE in Trouble, Loses Big Funder

Even though this article was one year ago, I'm sure the financial situation for VDare hasn't gotten any better and most likely gotten worse. VDare won't be hiring or helping out lost souls like Krisanne Hall. Financial ruin, bankruptcy, and hopelessness is the price you pay when you follow the path of Steve Sailer and company.

SPLC: White Nationalist Website VDARE in Trouble, Loses Big Funder

The white nationalist website VDARE.com is in financial trouble — and its founder says that more mainstream anti-immigration groups may be responsible.

“If VDARE.com is to survive [the] latest threat, it must have your help now,” writes the website’s founder, Peter Brimelow, in a lengthy letter published on its homepage.

The latest threat, according to Brimelow, is that a big benefactor recently cut off funding for the website, which regularly publishes articles by white supremacists and anti-Semites. The “major foundation,” which Brimelow doesn’t name, helped finance the website since its inception in 1999. “ We’ve lost close to a third of our budget and we’ve been plunged into an immediate cash crisis,” writes Brimelow, a leading anti-immigration activist and author of the best-selling Alien Nation. “Of course, I’m still trying to find out what happened. One explanation I’ve been given is that the Washington D.C. ‘Beltway immigration reform groups’ lobbied against us, claiming that they would be tainted through guilt by association if our donor gave to us as well as them, because of our willingness to take risks and push the Political Correctness envelope.” (Brimelow doesn’t identify the “Beltway immigration reform groups,” but an April 7 VDARE.com column by Alexander Hart states that the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), the Center for Immigration Studies and NumbersUSA are the “best-funded and most visible Beltway organizations in the patriotic immigration reform movement.” The SPLC identifies FAIR as a hate group because of its ties to white supremacists.)


Though Brimelow has denied that VDARE.com is white nationalist, his site features articles by extremists such as Jared Taylor, editor of the racist American Renaissance magazine; Kevin MacDonald, a psychology professor at the California State University, Long Beach, who argues that Jews are genetically driven to undermine the power of whites; and the late Sam Francis, who edited the newspaper of the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens. Brimelow says he heard that the “Beltway immigration reform groups” especially objected to VDARE.com columnist and blogger Steve Sailer, who founded a neo-eugenics organization called the Human Biodiversity Institute. In a Feb. 7 column, Sailer wrote that murder “is for whites, and for anyone else who gets in the way of minorities that are clearly systematically prone to criminality.” He has repeatedly blamed the 2008 economic crash on a government push for minority home ownership. In a March 8 column complaining about Jewish support for immigration, he asserted that “American Jews should realize that, like the Protestant elite of yore, their privileged position as a de facto leadership caste bestows upon themselves corresponding duties to conserve the long-term well-being of the United States — rather than to indulge in personal and ethnic profit and power maximization.”

Brimelow, formerly a mainstream journalist at Forbes magazine and the National Review, explains that “supporting Steve is one of our main expenses” and laments that, “if VDARE.com fails, Steve Sailer will have no other outlets for his path-breaking work.” He also emphasizes the importance of paying VDARE.com’s other contributors, saying it’s critical to the website’s long-term health. Because operating expenses are low, he writes, “Essentially everything you give goes to pay writers and editors.”

Actually, quite a lot goes to paying Brimelow, who chairs the board of directors of the Connecticut-based VDARE Foundation, which manages the website. In 2007, Brimelow received $378,418, which accounted for nearly three-quarters of the foundation’s expenses. (Just $134,000 went toward paying freelance writers.) In 2006, Brimelow got $205,000; John Brimelow, Peter’s brother and fellow board member, was paid $45,020. That year, the compensation for both Brimelows amounted to more than half the foundation’s spending.

But VDARE.com wasn’t as personally lucrative for Brimelow in 2008, the last year for which tax forms are available. He received $115,000 — just over a quarter of the foundation’s spending for the year. Most of the remaining expenses consisted of fees paid to independent contractors.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Update on Teabagger Krisanne Hall

The Sarah Palin teabagger clone Krisanne Hall is suing to get her job back. It's been one year and her losses are mounting, like all of these right-wingers.

Recently in March 2011, U.S. District court dismissed her case that her 14th Amendment was violated. That is already half of Krisanne's case that she lost. The U.S. District court is allowing her 1st Amendment case to proceed.

This is a no-brainer on who will lose. Krisanne will lose this case, but let her proceed. She will rack up massive legal debts, so that is one less person to contribute to the right-wing fascist industry, and one more lost cause for you right-wingers to donate. Face the facts, VDare, American Renaissance, the Heritage Foundation, AEI, YAF, and the like have been overwhelmed with lost causes like Krisanne many years ago, so there will be no job openings. I'm also willing to bet the right-winger crowd bought all their junk crap like conservative CDs, DVDs, and newsletters many years ago, so there isn't any money there.

She will also set a national precedence when she loses. It will justifiably allow any government agency or organization to fire or reject similar hateful right-wing fascists like Krisanne. Even government contractors, like janitors and cafeteria workers, will face termination.

And remember, it wasn't some multi-million dollar media blitz that got teabagger Krisanne fired. It was just an ordinary coworker who informed her supervisor. So you too can also make the same impact and make a world of difference for the better, just be aware of your coworkers activities.

It's not just Krisanne Hall. The Tea Party is declining all across the nation.

End Of The Tea Party

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

State Attorney jobs and Tea Party extremism don't mix, just ask KrisAnne Hall

This month of May marks the one year anniversary of an unsurprising event. In May 2010, former Florida assistant state attorney KrisAnne Hall (40) was fired for her deep and public affiliations to the Tea Party.


Live Oak prosecutor fired for speaking to tea party

It was a justifiable firing, when a coworker informed KrisAnne Hall's supervisor, Skip Jarvis, that Ms. Hall was deeply involved in the Tea Party. Email exchanges began in April 2010, when Mr. Jarvis warned Ms. Hall that she works for the state of Florida and is responsible for taking good care of Florida state, the government, and the millions of diverse citizens. However, being a Tea Party spokesperson is a direct conflict to her state attorney job, as the Tea Party is notoriously recognized as a fringe right-wing, anti-government, and borderline racist and hate group.

Emails were exchanged, Krisanne did not resign from the Tea Party, and in May she got fired. She is currently suing the state of Florida for her job back, though after a year it looks pretty dismal for her and bright for Florida and America.

She also does some public speaking and accepts donations, but let this be a lesson to you Tea Party lunatics. I'm sure VDare and American Renaissance doesn't have any more jobs for writers, so it's more dead ends for KrisAnne. And when she loses the legal case, she will be stuck with a hefty legal bill. Time for you right-wingers to dig out your empty wallets again (and again, and again, and again) to donate to another lost cause.

Hey, she wanted smaller government, so she got it. Why is she fighting for her government job back and only make the government bigger? And for all of you working in a government or any job caring for large numbers of people and society, it was an ordinary coworker who exposed the truth to the supervisors, so if you see any of your coworkers engaged in this kind of garbage, don't be afraid to do what's good for society.


Oh yeah, more bad and worse news for the Tea Party. Poll Watch: Tea Party Unfavorables Reach New High

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Obama defeats Osama

Osama Bin Laden is no more, thanks to the strong and intelligent leadership of President Barack Obama to fight the war on terrorism. Barack Obama's poll numbers surged upward and accomplished what Bush and the Republicans failed.


So how did former President Bush handle the war on terror? Well, he finally got his former friend Saddam Hussein in 2003, then destroyed our troops and bankrupted our country with the devastating and burdensome war in Iraq, thus never being able to capture the real terrorist, Osama Bin Laden.

Thankfully Barack Obama didn't have former friendships with terrorists to hinder him, thus effectively eliminating the real terrorists. Barack Obama came out the shining winner, not the incompetent Bush/Republicans.

OK, so now we're bankrupted and our troops have taken a beating after two wars. Can our troops come home now so we can work together to eliminate the real terrorists at home like we did with Osama Bin Laden?