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[Whites’ Views on Obama] By Religious Identification and Race


Whites are mostly negative about Obama, as consistently only around 30% approve of him (despite the Nobel Peace Prize). This 30% figure is far from the whole story. Wide differences in outlook on Obama within the White population are worth … Continue reading

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[Whites’ Views on Obama] By Age Group, Sex, and Political Involvement


Whites are mostly negative about Obama, as consistently only around 30% approve of him (despite the Nobel Peace Prize). This 30% figure is far from the whole story. Wide differences in outlook on Obama within the White population are worth … Continue reading

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The Community Organizer Didn’t Much Like that Old America.


It’s finally happened. A unilateral declaration of amnesty for “some” of the USA’s teeming millions of illegals, courtesy of B.H. Obama, acting alone but with many accessories before the fact. Pat Buchanan writes: [At times like this,] we seem less … Continue reading

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Racial and Religious Breakdown of the 2012 Vote in the South


It was almost an ethnic census (an ethno-social census, let’s say). A census-via-ballot-box. The USA’s 2012 presidential election, that is. This is especially true among Nonwhites, but it can also be true for Whites. For instance, only 2% of married … Continue reading

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Racial and Religious Breakdown of the 2012 Vote in the Northeast


Steve Sailer broke down the national share of the vote Romney got in 2012 among Whites, by religious self-identification: From Reuters’ poll of 40,000+ voters, let’s look at Romney’s share of the two party vote among white people by different … Continue reading

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Why Asians Voted 3-to-1 for Obama: “It’s the Coolness, Stupid”


Asians are the per-capita wealthiest racial-group in the USA, and in 2012 Obama was clearly the “tax the rich” candidate. Yet Obama easily won the Asian vote, by an overwhelming 3-to-1 margin. How can one explain Asians’ enthusiasm for a … Continue reading

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Will there ever be a White President of the USA again?


2012 General Election Nonwhites: 30% of voters — 5-to-1 for Obama Whites: 70% of voters — Over 3-to-2 for Romney The Republican Party is in trouble. Nonwhite racial bloc-voting and increasing Nonwhite vote-share are increasingly-insurmountable. Everyone’s talking about it: From … Continue reading

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Liberty Caucus Fared Mostly Well in 2012 Elections


A previous post profiled the 11 members of Liberty Caucus, a group of representatives of traditional “Norman-Rockwell” America, whose membership has displayed strong pro-Western and pro-American tendencies, and even racialist sympathies. How did they fare in 2012? Despite the triumph … Continue reading

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It’s Revenge Against YOU: The 2012 Election in One Graphic


Lee Kwan Yew, longtime leader of Singapore, once said this: “In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests or social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.” And so it goes: Nonwhites: 30% of … Continue reading

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Ancestry of Liberty Caucus Members: Voices From (For) the USA’s “Ethnic Core”


The Republican Party has had a genuine and formal dissident political bloc for the past 11 years, led by the indefatigable Ron Paul, called “Liberty Caucus”. It has been, officially and ostensibly, a strict-libertarian caucus. Considered individually, though, its membership … Continue reading

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Romney Most Popular in Kenya


If you ask the man on the street, “In which foreign country do you think Romney has the highest level of support?”, Kenya is about the last country in the world one would expect to hear. Yet that is what … Continue reading

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