Monthly Archives: October 2010

Woman Marries Herself

A Taiwanese woman is marrying herself. Uninspired by the men she’s met but facing social pressure to get married, the 30-year-old Taipei office worker will hold the reception next month in honor of just one person. “Age thirty is a … Continue reading

Posted in family, hypergamy, marriage, more | 15 Comments

Lock Them All Up, Save Billions

A Slate story reports that one study at Iowa State calculates the cost of each murder at $17 million. This is not a newsflash. Violent crime has big, big costs to society. Anxious Whites eager to avoid the constant crime … Continue reading

Posted in crime, economics, more, murder | 9 Comments

France 1, Roma 0, EU Nothing

For those keeping score at home, the EU dropped threatened legal action against France for deporting Gypsies. Meaningless weasel words were added to regulations deporting the Gypsies, also called Roma. Meanwhile, the deportations continue. Because at the bottom, France cannot … Continue reading

Posted in eu, france, gypsies, immigrants, money, more, multiculturalism | 6 Comments

How To Destroy Public Broadcasting

The recent firing of NPR commentator Juan Williams by NPR, for his remarks on Fox News Channel “The O’Reilly Factor” has led many to conclude that the only fix for Public Broadcasting is to destroy it. While I would be … Continue reading

Posted in culture, more, NPR, pbs, radio, television | 9 Comments

The Elites Are Not The Elite: Harvard, Yale, Caltech, and Harvey Mudd

Clueless Anne Applebaum, at the Washington Post, writes the usual Liberal diatribe about how the lumpenproletariat don’t know their place, and the wonderful leadership provided by the much smarter Ivy League people like Barack and Michelle Obama. Applebaum’s argument, such … Continue reading

Posted in colleges, culture, elites, more, populism | 36 Comments

KCET Leaves PBS and the Future of PBS

One of the largest Public Broadcasting stations, LA’s KCET, announced last Friday that it will leave PBS and go independent. As always, the dispute was over money. KCET had received a $40 million grant from British Petroleum, with the provision … Continue reading

Posted in culture, more, pbs, television | 12 Comments

The Duke F List and the Dog in the Night-Time

In the short story “Silver Blaze” from “the Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes,” the famous dialog between Holmes and Inspector Gregory of Scotland Yard occurs: Gregory (Scotland Yard detective): “Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw … Continue reading

Posted in culture, duke, f-list, family, men, more, owen, sex, women | 36 Comments

Crime and Currency

The Stuxnet worm is in the news. Was it the Israelis? The CIA? The Chinese? No one knows, or even what the aim was (hindering Iran’s nuclear infrastructure, industrial sabotage against Siemens by the Chinese, or simple extortion on a … Continue reading

Posted in business, crime, currency, more, technology | 2 Comments