A Connecticut Reader Catches The New York Times Agreeing With Jason Richwine

 From: Joseph Morabito [Email him] Here`s an item that may be of interest to  readers. A 1930 New York Times editorial said of Mexican immigrants: "In so far as Mexican immigration is concerned, it would be idle to deny ...

Letters - Reader - 05/30/13, 7:07 am

The Richwine Atrocity: How Come Only The Left Retrieves Its Wounded?

I have an unusual personal perspective on the Jason Richwine atrocity. William F. Buckley`s breakthrough book was his first, God and Man at Yale. In the early 1950s, he scoured Manhattan for a publisher, without success. This caused him to go far ...

Article - William H. Regnery - 05/29/13, 7:14 am

GOP Strategy: Divide and Submit

The New York Times` headline seems accurate: Republicans’ Immigration Blueprint Leaves Party at Odds and Democrats HopefulCAMBRIDGE, Md. — The House Republican leadership’s call on Thursday to provide legal status for 11 million undocumented ...

Blog - Steve Sailer - 01/31/14, 4:01 am

Peter Brimelow`s WND Op-ED: Amnesty Means More Plutocrat Plundering

[Originally published on WND, May 20, 2013. Updated for with more links.] Washington has (another) dirty secret: Nobody read, or is going to read, the Heritage Foundation’s report of the net fiscal impact of the Gang of Eight’s ...

Article - Peter Brimelow - 05/27/13, 5:29 am

John Derbyshire Asks: Do We Need More Smart Foreigners?

In all the fuss over Jason Richwine’s Ph.D. dissertation, “IQ and Immigration,” there has been surprisingly little commentary on the main idea of the thing, viz. that, to quote the author (p. 133): I believe there is a strong case for IQ ...

Article - John Derbyshire - 05/23/13, 7:45 am