From The Atlantic: Girl Scouts: Still Mostly White The 104-year-old organization is having trouble recruiting black and Latina kids. Why? ALEXIA FERNÁNDEZ CAMPBELL 10:00 AM ET NEXT AMERICA: COMMUNITIES Hillary Clinton. Madeleine Albright. Sandra Day O’Connor. These powerful women have all shaped the course of the United States. And they have something else in common:... Read More
A couple of weeks ago in Taki's Magazine, I recounted commenter Sean's theory that the German Chancellor's 2015 whim to open the gates of Europe was part of a coherent plan to weaken European opposition to united Germany's New Order in Europe by positioning Germany not as the scary hegemon it objectively is, but as... Read More
It only recently dawned on me that the U.S. involvement in the Italian War, first fighting the Italian army in North Africa and Sicily, and then fighting the Germans in Italy all the way up into 1945, made Italian mass culture extremely fashionable in the U.S. Here for example is a 1944 New York Times... Read More
From the NYT: The End of Black Harlem Newcomers say gentrification is about wealth, not race. But that’s a distinction without a difference. By MICHAEL HENRY ADAMS MAY 27, 2016 ... There is something about black neighborhoods, or at least poor black neighborhoods, that seem to make them irresistible to gentrification. Just look at U... Read More
Via SlateStarCodex, here are some futurist predictions for the year 2000 by John Elfreth Watkins Jr. in the December 1900 issue of Ladies Home Journal. This list is fairly well-known for being pretty reasonable, so it's worth looking at for suggestions of how to make decent predictions and how to avoid mistakes that even a... Read More
Dave Pinsen points out these two columns from last fall by Simon Kuper in the Financial Times: Why we should welcome migrants September 11, 2015 10:42 am by Simon Kuper ‘Norway found oil under the seabed but it would have been better off if it had discovered 50,000 nurses there instead’ I love seeing Europeans... Read More
Gretchen Morgenson writes in the NYT: Where More Women Are on Boards, Executive Pay Is Higher Fair Game By GRETCHEN MORGENSON MAY 27, 2016 Appointing more women to corporate boards has long been viewed as a good thing for a company’s performance and for society as a whole. But gender diversity among directors carries another... Read More
black cop really pounded the Mexican jerk in the gray t-shirt after his comrade in the red bandana tried to reach up and steal the black cop's gun (at about 0:04 to 0:06): Cops really, really don't like it when you grab for their guns. The white cops then try to get their partner to... Read More
Old Italian laundry detergent commercial from around Chinese laundry detergent commercial from Murdoch's News.com.au: Is this the most racist commercial ever made? MAY 27, 20164:15PM THIS Chinese commercial for laundry detergent is being labelled the most racist ad ever made. ... It’s worth pointing out that the ad is a remake of an Italian commercial... Read More
From the NYT: Chicago’s Murder Problem By FORD FESSENDEN and HAEYOUN PARK MAY 27, 2016 There was a time when it looked as if Chicago would follow New York and Los Angeles into a kind of sustained peace. Then progress stalled in 2004, and the city has been through some harrowing years leading up to... Read More
Even in this age of the smartphone, is your military-age son too dumb to make his hegira to the EU without getting lost? Sure, you've been telling him for years about how Europe is the land of blondes, the dole, car-be-ques, and family reunification privileges, and he's slavering to go. But can he really find... Read More
From San Francisco Magazine: Who Needs Love When You've Got Willie Brown? Lauren Smiley | Photo: Aya Brackett and Drew Altizer | November 28, 2013 Ten years a trophy girlfriend—but still willing to work! Sonya Molodetskaya—Russian refugee, aspiring boutique owner, mostly absentee immigrant rights commissioner, and decade-long lady friend of ex-mayor Willie Brown—has a zebra... Read More
Thomas B. Edsall writes in the NYT: In sheer numbers, Clinton has suffered her biggest losses among men, especially white men. The percentage of college-educated white men who said they would vote for her dropped an astonishing 14 points from March to May (from 47 to 33 percent); among white men without college degrees, already... Read More
Most of the political establishment supports open borders. I don't. I've always been pro-immigrant but I believe that immigration is much too high. It's driving down wages for ordinary working Americans. As a US Senator I'll work to completely shut down illegal immigration and cut legal immigration by 50%. ... If you support Donald Trump,... Read More
BuzzFeed has started to pay for long-form investigative journalism recently, and one ripe area that is largely overlooked by the traditional MSM is immigration fraud. Thus, from BuzzFeed today: Making The Grades How one California university faked students’ scores, skated by immigration authorities — and made a fortune in the process Molly Hensley-Clancy BuzzFeed News... Read More
As I've been pointing out for years, a standard way an ambitious coach raises the success level of a college football or basketball program is to dare to scrape the bottom of the behavioral barrel harder than rival coaches when recruiting giant young males. A statistically likely side effect is that more coeds on your... Read More
From the WSJ: Why Basketball Runs in the Family A new WSJ study finds 48.8% of players are related to an elite athlete—that number is 17.5% for the NFL and 14.5% for MLB More than any other professional sport, NBA basketball is a family business. For evidence, look no further than the reigning champion Golden... Read More
From The Atlantic: A Shocking Find In a Neanderthal Cave In France A rock structure, built deep underground, is one of the earliest hominin constructions ever found. by Ed Yong ... Some 336 meters into the cave, the caver stumbled across something extraordinary—a vast chamber where several stalagmites had been deliberately broken. Most of the... Read More
From The Undefeated, formerly Jason Whitlock's long-awaited website, on a topic I've often discussed: Mission Impossible: African-Americans & analytics Why blacks are not feeling the sports metrics movement BY MICHAEL WILBON @REALMIKEWILBON May 24, 2016 The mission was to find black folks who spend anytime talking about advanced analytics, whose conversations are framed by —... Read More
From my new column in Taki's Magazine: The Mexico Way by Steve Sailer May 25, 2016 Why does Donald Trump dumb down his speeches? For a clue, consider how badly the elite media continues to miss the point of the most notorious thing he ever said, this infinitely denounced passage in his June 16, 2015,... Read More
From The Guardian: Flirting with Trump? No, the US will vote for a Boulder solution Will Hutton Boulder, Colorado, has been voted the US’s happiest city, thanks to its urban planning, high level of healthcare and burgeoning service jobs A bar in Boulder, Colorado, where the hippy culture of the 1960s meets the digital revolution.... Read More
From the NYT: BALTIMORE — A police officer was acquitted of all charges on Monday in the arrest of Freddie Gray, a black man who sustained a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody. The verdict is likely to renew debate over whether anyone will be held responsible for Mr. Gray’s death. The officer,... Read More
Hillary is currently running for President on how we must have more gun control to save innocent black baby bodies from racist Republican white males hunting them down for sport: ... Clinton addressed a fundraising dinner organized by the Trayvon Martin Foundation, ... “If you want to imagine what Trump’s America would look like, picture... Read More
From the NYT: How Kosovo Was Turned into Fertile Ground for ISIS Extremist clerics and secretive associations funded by Saudis and others have transformed a once-tolerant Muslim society into a font of extremism. By CARLOTTA GALL MAY 21, 2016 PRISTINA, Kosovo — Every Friday, just yards from a statue of Bill Clinton with arm aloft... Read More
From the NYT: Citing Family, Hillary Clinton Affirms Gun-Control Stance By AMY CHOZICK MAY 21, 2016 Hillary Clinton invoked her roles as mother and grandmother on Saturday to deliver an impassioned rebuttal to Donald J. Trump’s contention that her push for stricter gun control would make families less safe, saying the presumptive Republican nominee would... Read More
Audacious Epigone writes: Because I bought in early on Trump, maintained Sanders never had a shot in hell because blacks weren't going to vote for a carpetbagging wonkish Jew from lily white Vermont, and wear a pseudonym that requires it, some modest suggestions for what Silver should have looked at: - Immigration. Polls appear to... Read More
From the NYT: Review: ‘O.J.: Made in America,’ an Unflinching Take on His Rise and Fall O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA NYT Critics’ Pick Directed by Ezra Edelman Documentary 7h 30m FIND TICKETS By A. O. SCOTT MAY 19, 2016 ... “O.J.: Made in America,” a staggering five-part, nearly eight-hour installment in ESPN’s ambitious and innovative... Read More
Steve Guest writes on The Daily Caller: Appearing on “CNN Newsroom,” on Thursday, Baldwin asked [Trump strategist Stephen] Miller to respond to Clinton’s allegation that Trump is not qualified to be president. Miller replied, “We obviously agree with Bernie Sanders that Hillary Clinton isn’t qualified to be president.” Pivoting, Miller said, “But I have to... Read More
From CBSDetroit: Can White Kids Grow Up To Be Black? Some Preschoolers Think So May 19, 2016 8:32 AM ANN ARBOR (WWJ) – Can a person’s race change over time? No — but preschoolers seem to think so. According to a University of Michigan study, white preschoolers often believe a person’s race can change over... Read More
From the WSJ, a somewhat overstated headline: The Wealthy in Florence Today Are the Same Families as 600 Years Ago Researchers compared data on Florentine taxpayers in 1427 against tax data in 2011 and found about 900 surnames still present in Florence By JOSH ZUMBRUN May 19, 2016 8:53 am ET New research from a... Read More
From Taki's Magazine: The Immigration Gambit by Steve Sailer May 18, 2016 I haven’t actually made up my mind about this whole Brexit thing. The British will vote in a referendum on whether to leave the European Union on June 23, but the debate has gotten bogged down because of the limits on respectable opinion.... Read More
From Slate, a representative response to another thing that was the Biggest Story in the History of the World for about six hours earlier this week: Breitbart Calls Trump Foe “Renegade Jew.” This Is How Anti-Semitism Goes Mainstream. By Michelle Goldberg MAY 16 2016 11:22 AM In March, several staffers at the right-wing website Breitbart... Read More
From the Washington Post: The enduring success of Latin American politicians of Arab origin By Ishaan Tharoor May 16 Brazil's new president, Michel Temer, is already a figure of profound controversy. Formerly the country's vice president, he moved into power after the tumultuous suspension of President Dilma Rousseff was finalized last week in the midst... Read More
In Taki's Magazine, Gavin McInnes conducts an amazing interview with Jesse Hughes, the lead singer of the California rock band Eagles of Death Metal (the name is a joke), about the Muslim terrorists that killed 89 of their fans in Paris last November.
From the New York Times: Obama Defends Transgender Directive for School Bathrooms By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS MAY 16, 2016 WASHINGTON — President Obama on Monday made an impassioned argument for his administration’s decision to instruct public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity, saying that society must protect... Read More
From the NYT: Gay Pastor Apologizes After Accusing Whole Foods of Writing Slur on Chocolate Cake By MIKE McPHATE MAY 16, 2016 The case of the chocolate cake slur, it seems, was simply a hoax. An openly gay Texas pastor who had accused Whole Foods of defacing his cake with an anti-gay slur dropped his... Read More
One of the more eyebrow-raising examples of media power to control the contents of public thought space is the near disappearance of any recollections of the huge leftist Nuclear Freeze movement of the early Reagan years. "Nuclear Freeze" doesn't even have its own Wikipedia topic. Here's the New York Times' usage of the phrase "nuclear... Read More
From the New York Post: Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy By Paul Sperry May 8, 2016 | 7:30am [HUD Secretary Julian] Castro is expected to finalize the new regulation, known as “Small-Area Fair Market Rents” (SAFMR), this October, in the last days of the Obama presidency.... Read More
https://youtu.be/A_pEfv0dExI?t=2m53s Here's video of NYC's notorious Hug Thug, Jermaine (a.k.a., Jeremy) Himmelstein, flattening a young lady from Canada in Times Square a couple of days ago. Here's another version of the video that shows more of the lead-up to the attack. Putin's Russia Today plays the story as more evidence of cruel capitalist budget cuts:... Read More
I've mentioned many times that, in my experience growing up in Los Angeles's San Fernando Valley in the 1960s and 1970s, white flight from the public schools was pretty much Jewish flight. It can be dated fairly precisely to 1978 to avoid integration due to the mandatory school busing imposed by an ACLU lawsuit on... Read More
From The Guardian: Is the 'Ferguson effect' real? Researcher has second thoughts ‘Some version’ of theory linking protests over police killings to increase in crime may be best explanation for increase in murders in 2015, St Louis criminologist says after deeper analysis of crime trends Lois Beckett @loisbeckett Friday 13 May 2016 16.23 EDT For... Read More
Japanese sumo wrestling has perhaps the oldest dataset of professional sports statistics in the world, going back to 1761. (English thoroughbred racing pedigree tables are of similar antiquity -- I traced one Kentucky Derby entrant back to a progenitor who carried a cavalry officer in the Battle of Boyne in 1690.) Japan was perhaps the... Read More
https://youtu.be/A_pEfv0dExI?t=2m03s Update: Here's overhead camera video from WABC-TV of the Hug Thug punching a girl in the face in Times Square earlier this week. Pretty sickening: http://abc7ny.com/news/watch-camera-captures-free-hugs-guy-punch-in-times-square/1337096/ I live 3000 miles away, but even I have been hearing for years, both from the media and through the grapevine when I visited New York a few... Read More
From the NYT: Murder Rates Jump in Many Major U.S. Cities, New Data Shows By ERIC LICHTBLAU and GARDINER HARRIS MAY 13, 2016 WASHINGTON — More than 20 major cities, including Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, have seen large increases in murders in recent months, a spike that the director of the F.B.I.... Read More
The New York Times has a tool called Chronicle for telling you what percentage of Times article have included a particular word over the centuries. Here we see "racism" in green, "sexism" in black, and "transgender" in blue, all shooting up post 2010: the Establishment having a nervous breakdown.
When I was a freshman in college, I took a course on the American Revolution and French Revolution. One of the main themes was that nationalism hadn't existed before, roughly, the battle of Valmy in 1792 when the French citizen army overwhelmed the invading Prussian professional army. Goethe, who was there, consoled his Prussian comrades,... Read More
From the New York Times: Obama Administration to Issue Decree on Transgender Access to School Restrooms By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and MATT APUZZO MAY 12, 2016 WASHINGTON — In the middle of a legal fight with North Carolina over transgender rights, the Obama administration is planning to issue a sweeping decree telling every public school... Read More
For many years I've been pointing out the changing interplay of nature and nurture in determining high achievers, such as NFL quarterbacks. Over the course of my lifetime, the nurture side has grown in intensity as sideline dads compete to give their sons every conceivable edge. MMQB has looked into the 15 college football quarterbacks... Read More
Email me at SteveSlr *at* aol*dot*com (make the obvious substitutions between the asterisks; you don’t have to capitalize an email address, I just included the capitals to make clear the logic — it’s my name without a space and without the vowels in “Sailer” that give so many people, especially irate commenters, trouble.)
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I’m using Coinbase as a sort of PayPal for Bitcoins.
The IRS has issued instructions regarding Bitcoins. I’m having Coinbase immediately turn all Bitcoins I receive into U.S. dollars and deposit them in my bank account. At the end of the year, Coinbase will presumably send me a 1099 form for filing my taxes.
Payments are not tax deductible.
Below are links to two Coinbase pages of mine. This first is if you want to enter a U.S. dollar-denominated amount to pay me.
Fifth: if you have a Wells Fargo bank account, you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Wells Fargo SurePay. Just tell WF SurePay to send the money to my ancient AOL email address steveslrAT aol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). (Non-tax deductible.) There is no 2.9% fee like with PayPal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.
Sixth: if you have a Chase bank account (or even other bank accounts), you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Chase QuickPay (FAQ). Just tell Chase QuickPay to send the money to my ancient AOL email address (steveslrATaol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). If Chase asks for the name on my account, it’s StevenSailer with an n at the end of Steven. (Non-tax deductible.) There is no 2.9% fee like with PayPal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.
Seventh: send money via the Paypal-like Google Wallet to my Gmail address(that’s isteveslrATgmail .com — replace the AT with a @). (Non-tax deductible.)
Here’s the Google Wallet FAQ. From it: “You will need to have (or sign up for) Google Wallet to send or receive money. If you have ever purchased anything on Google Play, then you most likely already have a Google Wallet. If you do not yet have a Google Wallet, don’t worry, the process is simple: go to wallet.google.com and follow the steps.” You probably already have a Google ID and password, which Google Wallet uses, so signing up Wallet is pretty painless.
You can put money into your Google Wallet Balance from your bank account and send it with no service fee.
Or you can send money via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, Discover) with the industry-standard 2.9% fee. (You don’t need to put money into your Google Wallet Balance to do this.)
Google Wallet works from both a website and a smartphone app (Android and iPhone — the Google Wallet app is currently available only in the U.S., but the Google Wallet website can be used in 160 countries).
Or, once you sign up with Google Wallet, you can simply send money via credit card, bank transfer, or Wallet Balance as an attachment from Google’s free Gmail email service. Here’s how to do it.