National Australia Bank – Leaders in Banking Malpractice

The Australian Royal Commission into banking malpractice is considering submissions now, so it seems an appropriate time to link back to my story from 2012 about our own very special experience with the NAB (National Australia Bank). “In 2007 Kathy and I needed to buy a new home. We had banked with the National Australia …

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Blacks, Whites, Murders and Lynchings

Twice as many black men and women are killed by other blacks every year in the US than were killed by lynching in every year combined since the end of the Civil War. Forty times as many black babies are destroyed by abortion every year as black lives were lost to lynching. Blacks make up …

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Threatening People on Facebook is Fine

Reporting being threatened, on the other hand, is not acceptable. Black conservative women Diamond and Silk were recently banned from Facebook because their support for President Trump made them a danger to the community. Yes, really. Even though they are polite, funny, clever as heck, and have never threatened anyone. But when Jamie Glaznov, editor …

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