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From silly to sublime, denial to danger, black violence and delusion broke new boundaries this week.

First a group of knitters (yes, knitters) declared war on white supremacy in the person of Donald Trump.

Then a jury refuses to convict the black killer of white bartender in Baltimore — despite testimony from four people who said he was holding the gun.

A whatever you do, don’t miss this segment from the Larry Elder show where he interviews a black detective from the Central Park 5 fiasco playing out in the national media.

All this and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

From silly to sublime, denial to danger, black violence and delusion broke new boundaries this week.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver? We do. And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver?

We do.

And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver? We do. And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Racist preschools.

Cop shooters back on the street before the cop is out of the hospital.

Different day, same stories of denial, deceit, delusion and insanity from around the country.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Reparations are back. White people own black people untold trillions of dollars for all the bad things white people have done to black people for 4 billion years.

In this podcast, we talk about reparations, and wonder where are the tens of trillions of dollars to compensate for 50 years of black violence, mayhem, chaos and murder.

We go over some recent business such as ten mass shootings in the last few days. And some good old fashioned black on white murder and mayhem that apparently has no meaning what so ever.

We give it meaning here.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Reparations are back. White people own black people untold trillions of dollars for all the bad things white people have done to black people for 4 billion years. In this podcast, we talk about reparations, and wonder where are the tens of trillions of dollars to compensate for 50 years of black violence, mayhem, chaos and murder. We go over some recent business such as ten mass shootings in the last few days. And some good old fashioned black on white murder and mayhem that apparently has no meaning what so ever. We give it meaning here. A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Sometimes you just have to hear it to believe it:

The new magic bullet from Kim Kardashian.

The world’s craziest hate crime.

The strange victim of violent crime who just wants to talk to his the seven fellas who attacked him so he can make them see the error of their ways.

So that is what we are going to do on this podcast: Turn the unbelievable into the credibly ridiculous.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.

I thought this was an urban legend: In California, it is illegal to give a black child an IQ test.

But its true.

Even liberals have a hard time dealing with that.

So this podcast we are going to go out of our lane a bit, and present a chunk of a podcast from Radio Lab about IQ and race.

Hope you get a kick out of it as I did.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.

Every once in a while it is good to take a breath and remind ourselves of WASSSUPPP with black violence so wildly out of proportion.

So, here is the  History of the World Part 2 Black violence edition.

Buckle up: It’s worse than we remember.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Meet the worst chief of police in America.

So many crazy things to talk about in this podcast.

So much black violence and denial.

So, naturally, let’s start with Oprah.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.

Jordan Peele is back. This time with a re-boot of the TV show The Twilight Zone.

In at least one episode, a black woman on the way to take her son to college is terrorized by a white policeman. He wants to kill them.

You know, kind of like Jordan Peele’s blockbuster movie from a few years ago: Get Out.

So, I only know one antidote for fantasy. And that is reality.

And one remedy for a lie. And that is the truth.

So why don’t we pour on both in heaping amounts in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Jordan Peele is back. This time with a re-boot of the TV show The Twilight Zone.

In at least one episode, a black woman on the way to take her son to college is terrorized by a white policeman. He wants to kill them.

You know, kind of like Jordan Peele’s blockbuster movie from a few years ago: Get Out.

So, I only know one antidote for fantasy. And that is reality.

And one remedy for a lie. And that is the truth.

So why don’t we pour on both in heaping amounts in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.