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Paleo Retiree writes: They’re taking over. Is the U.S.’s public-health field more concerned with public health or “social justice”? N.Y.C., R.I.P. Yet the food and drink in New York has never been better. Was legendary French thinker/shrink Jacques Lacan an asshole? … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Paul Elam interviews JudgyBitch. Death by Butoh? The latest thinking about Neanderthals and us. Steve Sailer delivers a wonderfully concise HBD intro to race. JayMan gets ready for Nicholas Wade’s new book. Kids at many colleges are … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Is Sweden the most feminine country in the world? Ten things American men could learn from French men. I think it’s a genuinely useful list. Back at the old blog, I blogged enthusiastically about a Debra Ollivier book … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Lots of sensationial Russian graphics to be enjoyed here. Steve Sailer has a fun theory about what’s behind the Sterling/Clippers story. Toilet demons. Is “literary fiction” just a marketing scam? Centuries ago (in blog-years) I vented a bit … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Is Steve Sailer onto something here? How long before the National Telecommunications and Information Administration is monitoring your online activity? Manly bookplates. What if Sterling had been revealed as The Worst Person Ever two weeks later, … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Explore Angkor Wat. Racism or not? Are you a positive person or a negative person? Given how dull many jobs are, I’m surprised this kind of thing doesn’t happen a lot more often. Felix Baumgartner — the … Continue reading

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Fenster writes: Used to be 2Blowhards was my first blog stop in the morning and Steve Sailer second.  After the shuttering of 2Blowhards, Steve moved to #1 and he stays there.  I like the constant struggle to see what is … Continue reading

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