DailyKenn.com is the premiere anti-racist website. Unlike most anti-racist endeavors, this site passionately and without apology opposes all racism; including anti-white racism.
We believe it is immoral and irrational to dislike a person due to any immutable attributes such as race and gender. However, we also believe it is immoral and irrational to ignore reality (with emphasis on inherent differences; a notion that is anathema to cultural Marxism).
The site offers commentary from a conservative and libertarian perspective.
The site's motto can be summarized as: Look at what the far-left doesn't want you to see. Listen to what the far-left wants to censor. Say what the far-left declares unspeakable. Visit websites the far-left deem deplorable. Vote for candidates the far-left falsely stereotypes as "racist."
The site is awash with ‘rhetorical hyperbole’ normally associated with politics and public discourse in the U.S..
• Kenn on C-SPAN (2004 gubernatorial debate #1)
• Kenn on C-SPAN (2004 gubernatorial debate #2)
• Kenn on C-SPAN (2004 Libertarian National Party Convention)
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Direct Marketer; retired
99.5% white European; 0.4% black sub-Saharan African
(Relatives who were DNA tested produced 100 percent European pedigrees.)
Beach Boys, Oak Ridge Boys, Alabama, Home Free
Black-and-white 1940's movies
Favorite TV show:
1950's sitcoms (prior to the "rural purge")
Barbara Stanwyck (for her political views)
Charlie Chaplin; Buster Keaton (for their innovative talent)
Eating dinner with my wife; writing; debating moonbat leftists
Favorite sports team:
Dixy Lee Ray (1914-1994), governor of Washington
What I'm Reading:
Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 by Charles Murray
Most interesting place I've ever been:
Strangest place I've ever been:
Cancun (bunch of old drunk naked people)
Where I would like to be right now:
On the beach in Tahiti
Where I would not like to be right now:
Least favorite philosopher:
What people do not know about me:
I wear my pants backwards. It keeps items from slipping out of my pockets when I sit.
First person I voted for:
George Wallace (1972 primary); the only time I voted for a Democrat.
Why are you so weird?
It's called Level 1 Autism; colloquially Asperger's Syndrome or high-functioning Autism. Small talk is cumbersome and socializing is virtually off the table. Read more here ►