Steve Sailer is getting more attention. This probably isn't good attention, but what can you do?
I still don't understand macroeconomics, but I am trying.
This is pretty good.
- Political polarization among college freshmen is at a record high, as is the share identifying as ‘far left’
The shift from male-dominated campus leftism to female-dominated is interesting.
A Thomist ruminating on the way in which we try to explain things we understand well in terms of things we don't understand well.
Rusty Reno argues that globalism/nationalism is the axis upon which the world will turn.
BD Sixsmith's somber memorial to the Bolshevik Revolution.
This makes me feel better that they aren't all dead. There is a counterpoint here challenging this research [which cites the faulty idea that you can alter the ratio male/female births by stopping having kids after you have a boy]
The application is a bit disconcerting, but I am amazed at the functionality/price ratio.
I expect that history will fondly remember Benedict XVI.