White Woman Battling Eye Cancer FIRED After 19 Years as Park Ranger

If a black woman were fired from her job of 19 years while battling cancer, it not only would be national news, but it would also be a huge story on social media, GoFundMe, and with the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the NAACP.

Sue Hartin is white, however. So the sound you hear is crickets.

A white working class woman appears to be the victim of a heartless state government. Was she replaced by a nonwhite person? Sue needs legal representation.

AZ Family

Sue Hartin loved being an Arizona Parks ranger and is still in shock over her sudden firing last week.

“I’ve been in a deep depression ever since,” said Hartin. “Anxiety. I haven’t slept in seven days. I didn’t eat for five. It was my life.”

The Caucasians are a race of people who love and worry about their work.

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Was Einstein a Racist?

Fox News Title: Einstein’s diaries contain shocking details of his racism

There’s nothing shocking at all about what Einstein wrote in his diaries. Fox is exaggerating.

The man whose name is synonymous with genius was simply accurately describing what he saw during his travels. His observations about various peoples indicate a race realist, not a racist.

While he was critical to the Chinese, he praised the Japanese.

It would be great if Einstein were a racist, calling out “niggers,” Mexicans, and other low IQ populations for their stupidity and other negative characteristics.

Fox News

Newly translated into English, Albert Einstein’s private travel diaries from the 1920s reveal that he was racist in his early life, especially towards Chinese people.

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That Skyscraper Climbing Racoon Whose Plight Captivated the World is Safe


Washington Post via NOLA

As a raccoon spent much of Tuesday climbing a 25-story skyscraper in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, the world watched, terrified that this suspense story would end in a tragic plummet. (It didn’t.)



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Bear and Boy Jump for Joy at Nashville Zoo (Viral Video)

This video is why the Nashville Zoo was trending on Twitter in the early morning hours of June 14, 2018. Watch on Twitter if you prefer.

Bears are distantly related to dogs. Most of us have seen dogs jumping up and down like the bear in the zoo.

A Case of Plague Has Emerged in the United States



Fleas carry bacteria that cause the plague, which can be treated with antibiotics.

Business Insider

A child in Elmore County, Idaho, has been diagnosed with the plague, according to a statement by Central District Health in Idaho.

This plague case, like others that appear rarely but with some regularity, is the same disease that was responsible for the medieval “Black Death.” Plague continues to be a serious and potentially fatal bacterial illness. But fortunately, if it’s caught early enough, it can be treated with antibiotics.

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20 Year Old White Female Under Arrest for Murdering Man Who Asked Her to Stop Throwing Bottles in River

Daily Mail

A 20-year-old Louisiana woman has been arrested for the murder of a 46-year-old man who was beaten to death while recovering from brain tumor surgery.

Blaine Manalle, of Slidell, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of Jeffrey Howell.

Howell was beaten to death during a brawl on a sandbar at West Pearl River on Saturday.


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Study Shows IQ has been Falling Since 1975, Reversing the Flynn Effect

A study by scientists of three-quarters of a million Norwegian males has turned up some disturbing evidence that average IQs are falling.

I’m not sure whether nonwhite immigrants to Norway are pushing the intelligence quotient down or not. It seems unlikely since the drop off began in 1975.

If humans are getting dumber instead of smarter, the effects on society and culture will be enormous. Picture Western civilization that looks like the people of Walmart.


The IQ levels of young people have been steadily falling for the past few decades, according to new research.

The decline is believed to have begun following the generation born in 1975, and indicates that the slow rise in intelligence observed over much of the 20th century has come to an end, says The Times.

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