Category Archives: sports

Obama’s Black Ambition

If Barack Obama is running on the platform of being black, then he should lose unless the electorate cows in fear meanwhile justifying their own capitulation by hypocritical accusations (e.g., against conservatives for resisting miscegenation). An economist article suggested that American whites are less racist than they used to be (like in the fifties) because whites have had a seven-fold increase in the proportion of interracial children. This argument infers that whites are racist if they don’t intermarry and that whites are therefore racist by virtue of their skin color. Notwithstanding the fact that this is a racist argument, it leads unambiguously to the conclusion that whites are criminal (because it is a crime to be racist).  Don’t you like how the devil turns things upside down? Very nice logic indeed.

A leftist on tv says that she thinks it’s mean that people won’t vote for a candidate because of his race. On the contrary, it’s mean to vote for a candidate because of his/her identity.

 

 

Advertisements

NCAA Men’s D1 Scoreboard as of Sat, Mar 22, ’08

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Final 1 2 T
Akron
(24-11)
31 32 63
Massachusetts
(23-10)
34 34 68
Final 1 2 T
West Virginia
(26-10)
29 44 73
(9) Duke
(28-6)
34 33 67
Final 1 2 T
Kansas State
(21-12)
33 22 55
(6) Wisconsin
(31-4)
39 33 72
Final 1 2 T
(20) Purdue
(25-9)
32 46 78
(12) Xavier
(29-6)
35 50 85
Final 1 2 T
(15) Notre Dame
(25-8)
19 22 41
(21) Washington State
(26-8)
32 29 61
Final 1 2 3 T
(25) Marquette
(25-10)
36 35 10 81
(10) Stanford
(28-7)
30 41 11 82
Final 1 2 T
UNLV
(27-8)
29 27 56
(4) Kansas
(33-3)
34 41 75
Final 1 2 T
(18) Michigan State
(27-8)
30 35 65
(17) Pittsburgh
(27-10)
28 26 54
Final 1 2 T
Texas A&M
(25-11)
29

NCAA AP Poll

Rank Team Record Points Last Week
1 North Carolina (53) 33 – 2 1779 1
2 Memphis (13) 34 – 1 1710 2
3 UCLA (5) 33 – 3 1674 3
4 Kansas (1) 33 – 3 1596 5
5 Tennessee 30 – 4 1449 4
6 Wisconsin 31 – 4 1412 8
7 Texas 29 – 6 1390 6
8 Georgetown 28 – 5 1271 9
9 Duke 28 – 6 1223 7
10 Stanford 28 – 7 1123 11
11 Butler 30 – 3 989 12
12 Xavier 29 – 6 958 10
13 Louisville 25 – 8 894 13
14 Drake 28 – 5 795 16
15 Notre Dame 25 – 8 673 14
16 Connecticut 24 – 9 671 15
17 Pittsburgh 27 – 10 587 32
18 Michigan State 27 – 8 524 19
19 Vanderbilt 26 – 8 494 18
20 Purdue 25 – 9 419 17
21 Washington State 26 – 8 378 21
22 Clemson 24 – 10 365 26
23 Davidson 27 – 6 254 23
24 Gonzaga 25 – 8 232 20
25 Marquette 25 – 10 175 25