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From the NYT:Here you are, the world's all-time top terrorist, and all you want is a little peace and quiet around your own damn house. Is that too much to ask? Why can't we all just get along? My old articles are archived at -- Steve Sailer
By Adam Nossiter in the NYT:He also remarked cryp
With polygamy back in the news with some breakaway Mormon fundamentalists suing under the same logic as gay marriage, you might be interested in The Economics of Eldorado, a 2008 post I wrote on the how the leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints can afford to have all those wives in that huge... Read More
From the NYT:Mr. Brown has a civil marriage with only one of his wives; the rest are “sister wives,” not formally wedded
About once every decade or two, the LA Times runs an article on some old guy in Africa with 100+ wives. I remember reading about a Kenyan in 1981, and another one in 1999. They're worth waiting for. In today's LA Times:Three years ago, Islamic authorities in Niger, a majori
A couple of weeks ago, following a hoax phone call from (apparently) an Obama delegate in Colorado, the state of Texas seized 437 children from a community recently built outside of Eldorado, TX by the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints (which, for some reason, is known as FLDS rather than FCLDS).I've been trying... Read More
I hadn't been following the election of Jacob Zuma as president of the African National Congress, the ruling party of South Africa, other that this item from the genially witty I, Ectomorph:It just works on all levels.But, Brilliant does seem to have a point. The Washington Post reports:Zuma, 65, is a former guerrilla with no... Read More
An anthropologist emails: Steve Sailer has recently posted on isteve on trying to come up with a definition of class. Here are a few thoughts.I don't think we can get too far from the standard sociological notion that "class" has to do with inequalities in power, wealth and status in stratified societies, without completely changing... Read More
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Steve Sailer is a journalist, movie critic for Taki's Magazine, columnist, and founder of the Human Biodiversity discussion group for top scientists and public intellectuals.

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