Monthly Archives: July 2010

Of ducks and men

There is much concern over the fate of the Florida Mottled duck: Historically, wild mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) normally winter in Florida in widely scattered, small flocks and are seldom seen in large concentrations except in some of the northern counties. … Continue reading

Posted in miscegenation, racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 10 Comments

Affirmative action's silver lining

The negative consequences of affirmative action are well-known (to anybody who wants to know) but sometimes we can benefit from it as well.  We assume that, when a person is hired for a specific task, it would be good if … Continue reading

Posted in government/corporate discrimination against whites | 3 Comments

Lawrence Auster attacks immigration

I’ve learned that Lawrence Auster is a Jew who converted to the Episcopal Church.  Is one religion really more believable than the others?  Practically all of them require us to believe absurdities – and so the concept of “faith” was … Continue reading

Posted in book/movie/video reviews and links, immigration/ Hispanics | 7 Comments

Just an interesting pamphlet

I have several pamphlets from Palestine around the time of the founding of the State of Israel.  This one is unusual because it was printed in English along with the customary Hebrew.  There is nothing Earth-shattering about this pamphlet but … Continue reading

Posted in Jewish stuff and Israel | 1 Comment

What we can learn from Johnny Gaskins

From the blog Pro Libertate by William Grigg: Gaskins had earned his money legitimately. As a dutiful tax victim, he reported his income to the criminal predators running the IRS. His purported offense was to make numerous deposits in amounts … Continue reading

Posted in libertarian thought | 2 Comments

Oxkutzcab – diversity and the Mayans

I have a friend who is a (proud) Mayan Indian.  He hails from the city of Oxkutzcab (pronounced “Oshkushkab”) in the Yucatan region of Mexico.  Recently he was relating to me how, when he was a youngster, it used to … Continue reading

Posted in pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism | 7 Comments