I’m very pleased to announce that JayMan has now joined The Review as one of our regular Columnists, bearing the appropriate moniker “A Troublemaker for the Truth.”
JayMan first came to my attention in a 2014 column by John Derbyshire, who also more recently suggested that he would make an excellent addition to our stable of writers. Over the last few years, JayMan has certainly become a leading blogger on human biodiversity issues, producing over two hundred finely crafted articles, replete with the sorts of detailed charts and graphs that might be the envy of the production staff of at the weekly New York Times science section. The incorporation of those extensive archives, including all their original comments, is an important long-term addition to our small but growing webzine. I’m sure our readers will find his analyses as fascinating as I have.
Meanwhile, I’ve now also finally incorporated the full archives of two of our more recent Columnists, Ilana Mercer and James Petras, which together total over 1200 articles and almost two million words, previously published over the last fifteen years. All of this material is now fully searchable by Title or Text, and may be filtered or stratified in a variety of different ways.
Finally, I’m also greatly pleased that our blogger Anatoly Karlin has now returned from a hiatus of a couple of months, and now has a long list of major topics he plans to explore in coming weeks, both on geopolitical issues and human biodiversity issues.
Update: I’m very pleased to further announce I’ve now also added the full archives of Prof. Michael Hudson, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and a prominent international economic advisor. His more than 400 articles and columns total just over a million words: