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Requiem for a Dead Presidency

Today, this hallowed Day One of the Trump Age, we watch the man who has ran this country for the last eight years fly off into the distance on his presidential chopper and into the curio cabinet of political kitsch, a relic of a party that no longer exists.

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Why Affirmative Action for Hispanics and American Indians?

An example of chance and irrationality in American history. Historians (e.g., Syme 1958: 168, 419, 435) [1], have pointed out that the most serious distorting factor in historical thinking is the powerful tendency of the human mind to ignore the role of chance and irrationality and to assume that what happened was a logical development. [2] In this essay I will discuss an important example of this tendency: the inclusion of Hispanics and American Indians as beneficiaries of affirmative-action preferences–and how, in order to justify their inclusion, a social virtue was invented that had never existed before: diversity.

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FTN Analytics – Texas

We often hear “this is our last election to turn things around”. This sentiment has never been more true than in this election cycle, but what does that really mean? For those of us on the Alt Right, it means that sweeping demographic changes are in the process of irreversibly destroying our country, both in guaranteeing one-party rule by a globalist regime and by displacing, often violently, its founding population. Beginning with Texas as our pilot in the series, FTN Analytics is a new endeavor by myself and Rabbi High Comma, aimed at providing an in-depth look at understanding the scope …

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Hispanic Immigration and the Demographic Decline of America

Facts about Hispanic immigration to America are often obscured by statistics about “immigrants”. Such numbers are misleading, as not all American immigrants are Hispanic. To remedy this problem, the current post will look at various aspects of the Hispanic American population which are cause for concern. As will be seen, Hispanic Americans are, in many measurable respect, more problematic than White non-Hispanic Americans. Because of this, increasing the proportion of our population which is Hispanic via immigration will damage America in many predictable ways. Moreover, contrary to common mythology, a multitude of studies have shown that Hispanics do not assimilate to …

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In Jesus’ Name

Does religion make blacks and Hispanics better citizens? W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger, Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos, Oxford University Press, 2016, 248 pp., $27.95. Soul Mates, by academic sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger, has one central message: Religious blacks and Hispanics lead more upright, family-oriented lives than their irreligious peers. The authors use an impressive array of statistics, along with personal interview data, to conclude that religion is associated with less violence, criminality, infidelity, and idleness, and with more civility, hard work, honesty, and monogamy.

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Child Abuse and Racial Differences in Crime and IQ

Racial differences in the prevalence of child abuse probably contribute to racial disparities in both IQ and crime. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, the rate at which children suffer from abuse is roughly 14.6 per 1,000  for Blacks, 8.5 per 1,000 for Hispanics, and 8.1 per 1,000 for Whites. Thus, the Black child abuse rate is about 80% larger than that of Whites and Hispanics. Some people deny that Blacks abuse their children more often than whites do and argue, instead, that Black child abuse is more likely to be reported. The fact that Blacks are vastly overrepresented …

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Policing While White

What law enforcement is really like. More than any other nation on Earth, the United States is responsible for promoting the race-denying ideologies of egalitarianism and globalism. America’s law enforcement officers–the “face” of government to many people–quickly have to forget what their training and society have told them as they learn the truth about group differences. If you are an officer, you will quickly be “red-pilled” on the reality of race, whether you like it or not. I have served for several years and have been thoroughly reeducated by the “privilege” of meeting all kinds of people I would never …

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Anecdotal Evidence

I think back many years ago to my first girlfriend and the first time I kissed her; you never forget your first real kiss. I kissed her on the front steps of St. Gertrude School, an all-female Catholic high school in the former Capital of the Confederacy. Unbeknownst to us, Sister Charlotte, the draconian, but highly respected, principal was observing us from her office. As I was about to leave, she came out and chastised us for our foolish indiscretion. I didn’t mind and she wasn’t really mad–her job was mentoring young people and she’d seen it all. But if …

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Correcting Goldstein

Jeff Goldstein of The Federalist has thrown up an article claiming the Alt Right is a mirror image of the New Left. There is some truth in that. Without the New Left’s full-frontal assault on American culture, history, and identity, the Alt Right would probably not exist. If America were still a White, Christian nation, we would still likely be humming along, ignoring contradictions in our society, and the biggest issue in politics would be the looming Social Security crisis.

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The US Would be Running Budget Surpluses if it were all White

The US Federal Government does not keep statistics on taxes paid by race. But, they keep statistics on income brackets by race, and an organization called “The Citizens for Tax Justice” calculates the proportion of ALL taxes (federal, state and local) paid by each income bracket. And so using this data we can see that Non-Hispanic Whites paid 75.86% of the taxes despite being only 62.1% of the population.

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