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Sir Francis Galton: The Father of Eugenics, Part 2

Sir Francis Galton first brought his concerns about the future of humanity to the public in an 1865 two-part article in MacMillan’s Magazine entitled “Hereditary Character and Talent.” Part one begins by simply making many of the points and presenting the data that would be expanded and elaborated on a few years later in Hereditary […]

Review of Hereditary Genius: An Inquiry into its Laws and Consequences

Folk knowledge that “like breeds like” and theories on heredity have been around since at least the time of Plato.  People have tended to notice that children look and behave like their parents. It was only after the 1859 publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species that the question of where contemporary breeding […]

End Affirmative Action, End the Black Upper Class: The Case of Law

It was with great interest that I read Christopher Donovan’s TOO article on politically incorrect comments at a blog for the lawyerly elite. The field of law prides itself on being a meritocracy. Being made up of educated Westerners, it is also very liberal on racial issues. It’s hard to be both. The two main […]

Holocaust Deniers, Nazis, and Klansmen, Oh My! How the MSM Deals with Uncomfortable Questions

Not too long ago I ran across the headline “Ahmadinejad Proud of Holocaust Denial.” Sounds like a bad guy, doesn’t he? He stoked the fires ahead of the visit with new comments casting doubt on the Holocaust. Asked about widespread condemnation of such remarks, Ahmadinejad said Monday: “The anger of the world’s professional killers is […]

What’s Behind the Multicultural Freak Show

Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It’s Western exploration, science, and conquest that have reveled the world to itself. Other races feel like subjects of western power long after colonialism, imperialism and slavery have disappeared. The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel […]

Hollywood’s Reach — and Limits

When a set of beliefs becomes a society’s accepted morality, portrayals of good and evil often take stock forms. I’m younger than the majority of people who will read this, but even I am shocked with how much multiculturalism has replaced the old Ten Commandments morality as the basis of what it’s necessary to believe […]