Monthly Archives: January 2016

GOP Delegate Allocation by State

The hope for party insiders is that you never get to the stage where you have to bean-count delegates. The process is supposed to get finished early so the party can unite behind a candidate. It’s not looking like that … Continue reading

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The Likely Persistence of a White Majority?

An article by Richard Alba in the liberal American Prospect claims that the Census Bureau’s data on the inevitability of a White minority is flawed. Alba points out that they make the unrealistic assumption that none of the children from White … Continue reading

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National Review Rediscovers Sexual Morality

National Review published a symposium dedicated to Trump, you can read the entire issue online here. It’s mostly the typical Trump-bashing but one opinion stood out, that of Russel Moore, a pro-immigration “social conservative.” It attacks Trump for changing his mind on … Continue reading

Posted in Neoconservatism, Republican Party

*23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism*

This book by Ha-Joon Chang challenges the commonly accepted neoliberal orthodoxy. It is quite good, I agree with 95% of what he says. He makes very good points about immigration,(it harms the wages of native workers) and the value of personal … Continue reading

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The Hilarity of Sarah Palin’s Endorsement of Trump

An article in National Review by Charles C Cooke bemoans the endorsement, criticizing both Palin and Trump as displaying a merger of politics and entertainment. He has a point, Palin is at best of average intelligence and Trump is a … Continue reading

Posted in Neoconservatism, Republican Party

Meritocracy: Weyl Analysis on the Publicly Available Harvard Phonebook

In her critique of Ron Unz’s Myth of American Meritocracy article, Nurit Baytch noted that: (…)Using the same methodology on the Harvard alumni directory that enabled me to reproduce Unz’s result that Jews represent 6-7% of NMS semifinalists in the … Continue reading

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American Pravda: The San Bernardino Attack

There have been many conspiracy theories about events such as the Newtown Shootings and the Charlie Hebdo attacks. I generally haven’t given them much credence as they have little hard evidence supporting them. The San Bernarndino Attacks are different. There, two … Continue reading

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