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  • Paperback: 170 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 26, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452856133
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452856131
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #380,941 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

James Edwards is the creator and primary host of The Political Cesspool Radio Program, an award-winning broadcast that has gained national attention for conducting interviews featuring columnist Pat Buchanan, author Jerome Corsi, rocker Ted Nugent, and countless other headliners and newsmakers. The success of TPC has made James a media magnet, earning him numerous appearances on CNN, while the show itself has been the subject of articles in The Los Angeles Times, The London Times, Newsweek Magazine, and other major print publications. James has received a certificate of recognition from the Memphis City Council for "Outstanding Contributions to the Community," and has been named Honorary City Councilman. He continues to host his syndicated talk show while making time to speak at various political functions and conventions throughout the year. He has previously served as a contributor for the American Free Press newspaper and as a private pilot, holds membership at a local flight club. He resides in Memphis with his wife.

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69 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Michael Santomauro on June 9, 2010
Kevin MacDonald says: The book recounts a series of incidents that collectively show that White Americans have become cowering fools, terrified of being labeled a racist. There's Keith Sampson, "one of the most vicious and despicable racists in the United States. In fact, Keith Sampson is so filled with vile racism that he couldn't keep it to himself, but had to shove his hate down the throats of his black co-workers" by reading a scholarly book on how the University of Notre Dame defeated the Ku Klux Klan during the 1920s.

There are also hilarious accounts of Whites caving in to political correctness -- hilarious if they didn't show the depths to which White people have sunk in their abject, craven cowardliness. The federal "hate crime" investigation into the kid who ate a ham sandwich in school. The mayor who prohibited White police officers from eating bananas on duty.

But this fear of offending aggrieved minorities and other darlings of political correctness has very real consequences. It is the ultimate weapon of the left, and Edwards shows that it is being used to shut down free speech. Organizations like the $PLC and the ADL use the `r' word very liberally to prevent the expression of ideas they don't like. As he notes, "an ever-increasing number of articles in law reviews and academic journals make the argument that the First Amendment doesn't protect `hate speech.'"

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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By middleman on June 27, 2010
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Very few whites--even so-called conservatives today--have the balls to be politically incorrect as James Edwards is. The only people who are allowed to point out anti-white bigotry are blacks and they are called "uncle toms" even just for pointing that out. Mr. Edwards is absolutely right that whites waste so much time and energy trying to prove they are 'not racist' and pandering to blacks and hispanics only to lose and get a kick in the teeth for our efforts. Think of all the things whites have done for blacks since the end of WWII: integration, affirmative action, busing, welfare, letting them live in white neighborhoods, banning laws against interracial marriage, and even voting for a black president. Has that stopped those same hateful and socialist minded blacks and white liberals from calling us racists? Exactly. Not only that, but think of movements like the Minutemen or even the Tea Party movement who needed a black or hispanic in their group to somehow justify their views when all that does is feed into the hands of socialists and racist minorities who use our fear of the R word to extract more money and power from us. I also like how James points out that Republicans are ridiculous to pander to blacks and hispanics, most of who don't share views of white conservatives, most of whom hate whites/the US/etc, and who will never be Republicans. That's not to say there's anything wrong with having black or hispanics who agree with our views, but we don't need to actively go out and seek them or have to use them to say, "Look, we're not racist." Even lots of companies pander to non-whites over whites, even though whites are the ones who buy their products and services.Read more ›
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Chapin on July 16, 2011
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And we are very glad Mr. Edwards has adopted that stance! Nice guy is synonymous with patsy. I did not know much about the author before I purchased this book, but was surprised, after reading it, to discover he has so many enemies. There is a trove of common sense in these 160 or so pages and zero racism. Racism Schmacism is not a polemic. It is a sober discussion of way in which white guilt and the political left have poisoned black and white relations in America. James was prescient in 2008 and knew that Barack Obama's winning of the presidency would not end the unhealthy obsession our society has with race. People are people right? Wrong. There is something unsavory about being white these days and the racists of the left do everything they can to make sure that we don't get along. Edwards provides example after example and we see from Batman movied to college prep classes everything is racist. The prejudice they claim flourishes in a manner that most of us cannot recognize...because it does not exist. The Democratic Party is a fifth column in America and until the rest of us stand up to them our country will slowly decline into dissolution. I thank Mr. Edwards for popularizing views that many of us possess but are afraid to articulate (standing up for oneself is now racist too!). This is a fine and useful book.
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39 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Steven E. Romer on July 5, 2010
I have read many books on this topic, but none from this perspective. When I began reading it, I was not sure in my mind why we needed another book on the topic. It started to dawn on me slowly where this was going when he began talking about an "Idiocracy" and some downright FUNNY scenarios of some people being Gutless and other people being so stupid as to boggle the mind. Later the force of the writing and concepts built to a hurricane level. This guy is GOOD! You will never look at the farce of "Racism" the same way again. We are like political entitys chained in a cave merely peering at shadows because of the threat of "Racism". It is tragedy and a farce -- on the level of "The Emperors New Clothes"!! Don't miss this one.

At the end, you will realize fully that "Racism" is simply a concept used to shut white people up and keep them from pursuing their natural rights and interests as a people. It is TYRANNY in my book. Everything is up-side down, and WE are the ones being discriminated against. I found myself asking "does Racism even exist?" and you will too. The hypocrisy he exposes is staggering. Mr. Edwards is a master at writing as well as speaking it appears -- I could not put this book down. You will laugh, then you will cry! One of the best books I have read in a long long time. I am going to buy several more to take to TEA PARTY meetings!! YOU SHOULD TOO!!
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