Category Archives: crime

Why Gun Bans Fail

Why do gun bans fail, all the time? Save Japan? The answer is simple human nature. Guns are very useful objects, and people want them. There is a global supply of guns, and gun manufacturers globally, including Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, … Continue reading

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Something Rotten in Montana’s … Football Program … and others

The University of Montana is in the news, and not in a good way. The Wall Street Journal reports that the university fired its Football Coach (after he won coaching honors) and Athletic Director. The reason? An epidemic of sexual … Continue reading

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The Return of Cash

Recently, the Financial Times ran an article predicting the “end of cash” and the rise of mobile payments with smartphones. Certainly as the article makes clear, this will benefit the poor in the Third World, as they now get access … Continue reading

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Orange County’s Illegal Alien Serial Killer: How the Dream Act Murdered the California Dream

In Orange County, a series of murders of homeless, aging White guys (that’s them above) had everyone on edge. One even took place outside a local library. The latest one involved a man, ironically, featured in the LA Times being … Continue reading

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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

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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

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