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America’s ruling class, early 2020s


This political cartoon (“America’s Ruling Class”) is in the best tradition of the genre. I think it is worth some consideration and so here goes. It can also be appreciated simply with a few seconds’ glance, a kind of thinking … Continue reading

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On Daniel Uhlfelder, major Corona-activist and Panic-pusher; an exploration on why some embraced the Corona-Panic


(9500 words) Who is Daniel Uhlfelder? You’ll see him described as a Florida lawyer. Really he’s a central figure in the drama of our time, the Great Corona-Panic social phenomenon of the early 2020s. As a major figure of the … Continue reading

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[Whites’ Views on Obama] By Education


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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Dysgenic Fertility Trends in Generation X


Q. Is the generation of White children that has been, and is being born, to White Generation-X mothers in the USA of significantly lower quality than its parent generation? (i.e., is dysgenics occurring more sharply now than it has in … Continue reading

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Scranton vs. Boise: Population Change and Education


Population Change in the 1990s and 2000s: Scranton, Pennsylvania vs. Boise, Idaho 1990 2000 2009 Diff. ’90-’09 Scranton Metro 575,000 561,000 549,000 -4.5% Boise Metro 320,000 465,000 606,000 +89.7% USA (millions) 249 281 307 +23.4% “The whites who live in … Continue reading

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The Most- and Least-Educated U.S. Metro Areas


Q. What percentage of 25-to-34-year-old residents of the USA hold a college degree? A. 30.5% (34% for women and 27% for men). But, as you’d expect, it varies wildly from place to place. I’ve delved into the data on educational-attainment … Continue reading

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