Category Archives: Latino

NYT: ‘Dallas Schools, Long Segregated, Charge Forward on Diversity’

Steve Sailer comments on this article by Dana Goldstein: “When it comes to educations, “segregated” now means: not enough white kids. On the other hand, when it comes to adults voting, not enough whites is seen by the New York … Continue reading

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Apocalypto (2006)

Greg Johnson: “At the end of that movie, not a single person in the movie theater was not relieved to see the white people show up and provide a little adult supervision.” Greg: “I want a complete ban of future … Continue reading

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NPR: All Across Latin America, Unwed Mothers Are Now The Norm

NPR: Latin America is now the region that has the highest percentage of children born out of wedlock. In Colombia, 84 percent of all children are born to unmarried mothers. Argentina, Mexico, Chile and other countries throughout the region have … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: The Hilarious Life of Alicia Machado, Hillary’s Tragic Latina Victim of Trump’s Sexism

How did Hillary Clinton and her team buy this woman’s story hook, line and sinker? Because it served their narrative against Trump. Hillary and company are willing to believe the most absurd and dangerous people in their desire to destroy … Continue reading

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Does religion make blacks and Hispanics better citizens?

F.C. Stoughton writes: W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger, Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos, Oxford University Press, 2016, 248 pp., $27.95. Soul Mates, by academic sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. … Continue reading

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