Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Appeal of Interventionism

Polls find only 36% of Americans are willing to say they oppose B.H. “Peace-Prize” Obama’s war against Libya. What can explain this “intervention enthusiasm”, and our post-Cold-War acquiescence to interventionism generally? An anonymous commenter at Steve Sailer proposes an answer: … Continue reading

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Greens Win in Germany

I was stunned to read that the Greens had won a quarter of the seats in the Baden-Wuerttemberg state elections in Germany. Then I remembered the recent Japanese atomic worries. I guess that explains it. Everyone knows the Greens are … Continue reading

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B.H.Obama Has 29 Servants

The Census Bureau confirms The White House is much blacker. (The White House has its own census tract, I learn from a link from Steve Sailer.) But of more interest is that the Census counts 33 people living in the … Continue reading

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Race-Heresy Enrages UCLA

A Race-Heretic, who had been operating at one of the USA’s major universities, was exposed, humiliated, and punished, in mid-March 2011. The racial milieu in which the Race-Heretic was caught: [Full Version, with Explanatory Notes] — — – Race-Heresy The … Continue reading

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Diversity is a Code Word, For…

Prominently published in The Washington Post recently was the below graphic. (Article). See if you can see what is wrong with it: Did you catch that? If not, read the title and caption at the top. Now look at the … Continue reading

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Beware of the White Crime Wave

The flyer you see above is being distributed in the subway system (the “Metro”) of the Washington DC region. Popular outrage at the rise in thefts in the Metro system inspired its creation. I draw your attention to the photos … Continue reading

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Primogeniture and Fertility

Primogeniture: The practice of passing all property to one’s firstborn son. A man with four sons has an estate. He dies. To whom goes the land? Today, it would be split between the four sons evenly, by law. In the … Continue reading

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Nixon vs. the Federal Reserve

Did Nixon’s economic policies irk and scare the big-money interests and the Federal Reserve? Is this part of the reason why he was chased out of office? I had never heard this particular argument before, until I began reading an … Continue reading

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