17 June, 2007

Greatest Father's Day

This Sunday, I spent time with my wife, our youngest son and grandson. We had a wonderful time. At two years old, he is happy, full of life and loved by his father, mother and grandparents. This is what a family is.

I was also very pleased to see Mike Nifong finally receive justice. He intentionally smeared the reputations of three loved children to advance his own political career. Not much different from the Clintons. On several occasions similar despicable characters have tried to associate themselves with me. I refused. I walked away and told them to stay away. These people exist in this world. They have been around since Cain slew Able.

I truly hope that this indictment by the North Carolina Bar and Nifong's disbarrment will finally turn this politically correctness around. A lie is just that and The Truth speaks for itself. "Nifong's early comments about the case – which included a confident proclamation that he would not allow Durham to become known for a bunch of lacrosse players from Duke raping a black girl – were purposefully designed to boost his campaign for district attorney."

I recently saw an old movie with our grandson. The "villan" said, "you children believe everything you see."
Yes.
Children can tell The Truth from lies instantaneously.


I refuse to associate with communists, criminals and liars. "Birds of a feather flock together" was good advice given to me by my mother and grandmother. The message was: stay away from bad people--they only want to get you into trouble and divert attention from their own behavior.

5 Comments:

Blogger Chief RZ said...

The negro female who falsely accused three Duke University Lacross players and helped to fuel racial strife in the Durham, North Carolina town as well as the Gang of 88 (or 87 now) should also be examined and if there are sufficient grounds, tried in civil or criminal court.

http://lashawnbarber.com/archives/2007/01/17/group-of-88-issues-another-inane-statement/

http://volokh.com/posts/1180129165.shtml

The (Duke University "professor's" statement unequivocally asserted that something “happened” to the accuser. The signatories committed themselves to “turning up the volume” while saying “thank you” to campus protesters who had branded the players “rapists” and distributed “wanted posters” around campus. And the statement promised that the Group’s crusade “won’t end with what the police say or the court decides.”
http://durhamwonderland.blogspot.com/2006/11/group-of-88s-three-d-response.html

These are the 17 good guys:
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/archives/2007/01/duke_economics_professors_take_a_stand/

and the 88 bad guys who showed their racial as well as gender prejudice:

OH! Ten were from the department of african/american studies now I find out.
(they have taken down their page:
http://www.aas.duke.edu/aaas/error.php


Found them! Here they are:

Abe, Stan (Art, Art History, and Visual Studies)
Albers, Benjamin (University Writing Program)
Allison, Anne (Cultural Anthropology)
Aravamudan, Srinivas (English)
Baker, Houston (English and AAAS)
Baker, Lee (Cultural Anthropology)
Beckwith, Sarah (English)
Berliner, Paul (Music)
Christina Beaule (University Writing Program)
Blackmore, Connie (AAAS)
Jessica Boa (Religion & University Writing Program)
Boatwright, Mary T. (Classical Studies)
Boero, Silvia (Romance Studies)
Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo (Sociology)
Brim, Matthew (University Writing Program)
Chafe, William (History)
Ching, Leo (Asian & African Languages and Literatures)
Coles, Rom (Political Science)
Cooke, Miriam (Asian & African Languages and Literatures)
Crichlow, Michaeline (AAAS)
Curtis, Kim (Political Science)
Damasceno, Leslie (Romance Studies)
Davidson, Cathy (English)
Deutsch, Sally (History)
Dorfman, Ariel (Literature & Latin American Stds.)
Edwards, Laura (History)
Farred, Grant (Literature)
Fellini, Luciana (Romance Studies)
Fulkerson, Mary McClintock (Divinity School)
Gabara, Esther (Romance Studies)
Gavins, Raymond (History)
Greer, Meg (Romance Studies)
Glymph, Thavolia (History)
Hardt, Michael (Literature)
Harris, Joseph (University Writing Program)
Holloway, Karla (English)
Holsey, Bayo (AAAS)
Hovsepian, Mary (Sociology)
James, Sherman (Public Policy)
Kaplan, Alice (Literature)
Khalsa, Keval Kaur (Dance Program)
Khanna, Ranjana (English)
King, Ashley (Romance Studies)
Koonz, Claudia (History)
Lasch, Peter (Art, Art History, and Visual Studies & Latino/a Studies)
Lee, Dan A. (Math)
Leighten, Pat (Art, Art History, and Visual Studies)
Lentricchia, Frank (Literature)
Light, Caroline (Inst. for Crit. U.S. Stds.)
Litle, Marcy (Comparative Area Studies)
Litzinger, Ralph (Cultural Anthropology)
Longino, Michele (Romance Studies)
Lubiano, Wahneema (AAAS and Literature)
Maffitt, Kenneth(History)
Mahn, Jason (University Writing Program)
Makhulu, Anne-Maria (AAAS)
Mason, Lisa (Surgical Unit-2100)
McClain, Paula (Political Science)
Meintjes, Louise (Music)
Mignolo, Walter (Literature and Romance Studies)
Moreiras, Alberto (Romance Studies)
Neal, Mark Anthony (AAAS)
Nelson, Diane (Cultural Anthropology)
Olcott, Jolie (History)
Parades, Liliana (Romance Studies)
Payne, Charles (AAAS and History)
Pierce-Baker, Charlotte (Women's Studies)
Pebles-Wilkins, Wilma
Petters, Arlie (Math)
Plesser, Ronen (Physics)
Radway, Jan (Literature)
Rankin, Tom (Center for Documentary Studies)
Rego, Marcia (University Writing Program)
Reisinger, Deborah S. (Romance Studies)
Rosenberg, Alex (Philosophy)
Rudy, Kathy (Women's Studies)
Schachter, Marc (English)
Shannon, Laurie (English)
Sigal, Pete (History)
Silverblatt, Irene (Cultural Anthropology)
Somerset, Fiona (English)
Stein, Rebecca (Cultural Anthropology)
Thorne, Susan (History)
Viego, Antonio (Literature)
Vilaros, Teresa (Romance Studies)
Wald, Priscilla (English)
Wallace, Maurice (English and AAAS)
Wong, David (Philosophy)

I think we'll be waiting a long time for their collective, long overdue apology.

19.6.07  
Blogger C-dell said...

hmm, why did you use the word negro, black or african american will do just fine. You are just as guilty of making this a race thing as them. A woman lied it matters not what her race is she lied her being black is pointless. I am not accusing or in any way being aggressive, but in a very calm normal voice do you have a problem with black peole?

26.6.07  
Blogger Chief RZ said...

c-dell. I used the classification of race as negro the same way I use the classification of caucasian. African-American is a political term that people use to gain economic or political advantage. I was being nice in this case because I do not believe that the accusor (who has yet to be indicted for lying) was gaining an advantage. I did not make this Duke case racial. The people who voted for Nifong did. I wonder how this would have played if the stripper were male! Do you know that there is a REAL rape case at Duke right now? It involves an African-American fraternity (see how I use the term here) who's party included numerous illegal drugs and apparently a real rape. Haven't seen much in the papers about this, have you? Is that racial? Perhaps. The victim happens to be a caucasian. (again, see, I do not believe that she is playing a race card, but is in fact a real victim).

A woman lied. A prosecutor lied. 88 professory virtually "lynched" three innocent college students.

Her being black is not pointless! It is very much part of this case. Had her race been caucasian do you really believe that Al and JJ and several other groups would have showed up on campus to "beat confessions out of the rapists"? NOT.

I do not have a problem with black people.

I have a problem with people who break the law, take the short cuts that are not available to others, and who rape and/or attempt to rape innocent women in schools, on the public streets and then claim that they are just evening things for "400 years of opression" -- Quotes from our State Newspaper. Now for a real case that I was called for and almost put a stop to part of my career:

http://magyartruth.blogspot.com/2006/02/drugs-and-personal-responsibility.html

For the record, Charles Manson should have been executed.

27.6.07  
Blogger C-dell said...

You are right race doesn't matter if you raped a woman whatever race you should go to jail. Real rapist should go and the black woman lied and that is wrong. What my problem is that when anyone makes it a racial issue I just think at this point race should be secondary in and issue

27.6.07  
Blogger Chief RZ said...

c-dell. Now we agree. Race should not be an issue. A crime is a crime. Period. No "hate" crime, no automatic trump card, no "excusing" a person because they were drunk, on drugs, had a bad childhood, are/were black, white, blue, purple, red, or any other color. And, no using race to pander to those who have difficulty with logic and react emotionally -- using people -- lying to them.
I hope that Nifong is convicted by a jury of his peers for criminal abuse "under color of law" and that the 88 or 87 "professors" are dismissed for racism at best and "high tech" lynching or inciting to at worst.

6.7.07  

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