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“Who Lost California?” The ‘When,’ the ‘Who,’ and the ‘Why’ of California’s Decline from Midwest-on-the-Pacific to Brazil-on-the-Pacific


(Note: The title of this post is a reference to the late-1940s’ and early 1950s’ “Who Lost China?”) This essay is a foray into how California’s “Third World-ization” — as the Wall Street Journal and the National Review and many … 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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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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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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USA Metropolitanization by Race: White Ruralism Lives On


Recent posts and discussions by Jehu and Steve Sailer inspired me to look into the Census-2010 data on the level of “metropolitanization” by race in the USA (i.e., how rate at which each group lives in a metro area). What … Continue reading

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