Christie Aschwanden wrote a great piece on FiveThirtyEight.com entitled “There’s No Such Thing as ‘Sound Science’”. Always one to notice and harp on patterns, I can’t help but apply this article’s defense of scientific evidence for climate change to why it’s so outlandish that hereditarian, race-realist theories are still popularly discarded as ‘bunk’. Climate change… Read More “There’s No Such Thing as ‘Sound Science'”
THE ROAD TWICE PAVED A SHORT BY AL STANKARD FADE IN FROM DEEP SLUMBER. EXT. NEW JERSEY STATE PENITENTIARY – DAY MC steps out of the prison and turns the corner, suitcase in hand. TRACKING SHOT: MC walking along the glistening razor wire fence. He digs his phone out of his pocket. CLOSE ON PHONE.… Read More The Road Twice Paved: A Short Film
This video concisely sums up my political attitude toward the HBD question: In other news, here is an old gem which discusses my attitude toward the ‘mind-boggling causal black box’ of the correlation between race and behavioral traits, temperament, intelligence — et c. In it, I argue against positive eugenics: And in this classic gem,… Read More My Starting Point
I just wanted to clarify what I was getting at with ‘the US should be multicultural; Europe should not’. This is an oversimplification of my thought. Under our current ideology, it is considered a bad thing if there are any homogenous pockets of white people on Earth. This is a deeply problematic sentiment, especially when… Read More More Thoughts on Globalization, Open Borders
Good people are wrong all the time. Being good does not equal being right. Further, good people lie a lot. I assume that most of those social scientists up there lying about homosexuality are doing it for a good reason. Many good people believe that it is not only morally acceptable but morally mandatory to […]… Read More A Great Post by Robert Lindsay
your illusion of me is your betrayal of me is your liberation of me is your salvation. you are me. what can it be, when your flesh melts like wax, mutable. when everyone is gone, mumble about the paper dragon– inverted.
I love how the logic of disparate impact is fervently applied to stuff like crime statistics, but when it comes to stuff like “top ten percent of each graduating class” affirmative action in education, which was explicitly implemented as a work-around for Supreme Court rulings–that is considered permissible if not worthy of applause. Stuff like… Read More Disparate Impact