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Originally posted at In Mala Fide. As many of my readers can attest, sometimes it’s a real drag being an endlessly talented, stunningly attractive, impeccably dressed, impossibly brilliant über-alpha living in a world of worker bees. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the heck out of it most days. It’s just that it makes debating […]

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Today, Unamusement Park’s special two-month anniversary commemorative series on stupid ideas and the stupid people who have them continues from where we left off: insulting those people and demolishing their cherished beliefs. We are lucky to have the field reports on which this series is based, as my crack squad of Research Assistants is prone […]

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In discussing matters political, I occasionally test the limits of sportsmanlike behavior — insisting on absurd handicaps, for instance, like — oh, I don’t know, rebutting my opponents in song form? But I always exercise caution, and so should you. There’s an art and a science to being an arrogant bastard: how you argue, and […]

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As part of the ongoing anniversary celebration here at Unamusement Park, I dispatched my crack squad of Research Assistants into the field to collect data on a disturbing cultural trend: stupidity levels, already unsustainably high since the late 90s, are still rising. The following chart should prove illuminating. My Research Assistants returned almost immediately to […]

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Today the Internet’s #1 source for racial blasphemy and incitement to genocide turns two months old. You can’t see it from where you’re sitting, but I just set off three thousand fireworks — — in the general direction of a black orphanage. Sadly, one of those months was February, the shortest and therefore gayest month. […]

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Full-time anti-white racist blogger and part-time abagond-mouthpiece “omasiali” has a new post up called “How to argue like a white racist.” My comment was too hateful to survive moderation, so I’m posting it here instead: The validity of a theory is determined not by the weakest argument for it, but by the strongest. omasiali and […]

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Put your notes and books away, class. It’s time for a quiz. Read the title of this post and answer these questions: Who said it? Who is the “filthy savage” to whom it refers? All right, pencils down. The correct answers are anti-white racist blogger “BLACKPHANTOMX,” whose recent post “Why the filthy caucasion [sic] savage […]

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TalkingRace is a new blog about “exploring ideas & issues regarding race.” Sounds like my kind of blog! The author, “bluesenbop,” describes himself as a theater artist, painter, poet who has worked in higher ed for the past 8 years running a diversity program. Also, for the past several years, I have co-taught a class […]

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It all started over at Foseti. Blame him. Welcome to the United States of Post-Racial America. Make sure to collect all luggage and small children, and have your passport and seven other forms of TSA-approved photo identification ready for the first of thirteen security checkpoints. After checkpoint one, would all travelers please line up in […]

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Income and IQ

Commenter Cinnamon has an excellent question: One of the arguments I’ve encountered against a racial basis for IQ is that of income: the claim is that the achievement gap between whites and blacks disappears when income is held constant (at least for US populations). Do you have any resources that refute or support this claim? […]

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