“Meet America’s Race Czars: A Shadowy Bureaucracy Deciding Who’s ‘Black Enough’ to Get Government Perks”

“Meet America’s Race Czars: A Shadowy Bureaucracy Deciding Who’s ‘Black Enough’ to Get Government Perks”

From Revolver.news. Most Americans do not realize the full extent to which a racially based spoils system is fundamentally embedded in American economic life. They know about affirmative action in school admissions (though many mistakenly believe affirmative action is a “tiebreaker” as opposed to an enormous boost for the recipient).…

Moldbug’s Onion

Moldbug’s Onion

As most of you who follow the dissident right and especially neoreaction know, Moldbug has returned to the public spotlight in the last year with several interview podcasts as well as new writing at the American mind. I have noticed some people commenting critically about Curtis Yarvin getting very emotional…

Free book: Smart and Sexy: the evolutionary origins and biological underpinnings of cognitive differences between the sexes

Free book: Smart and Sexy: the evolutionary origins and biological underpinnings of cognitive differences between the sexes

The book has been out since 2016 to generally positive reviews. Most people who have read it, have liked it. The book represents years of research and provides an account of sex differences in intelligence that can’t be found anywhere else. In short, progressivism prevents most candid discussion of these…

Why games go politically correct

Before gamergate was a thing, I wrote an article on how the Mass Effect series got progressively worse because of typical prig prog antics. Given that most gamers are apolitical and generally dislike preachy politics being added to their games, it isn’t obvious why game companies would be so willing to…

How expensive are women?

How expensive are women?

The following is an excerpt from the book Smart and SeXy by Roderick Kaine. For additional excerpts and reviews please see this page. Please see “women and the university” for a related discussion on female educational choices. “Vanity Marketing: for women only” is a good discussion on female susceptibility to…