Across the United States, there is a general pattern – at least among Whites – of urban dwellers tending to be more liberal and rural dwellers tending to be more conservative. Indeed, this pattern is so pronounced that Steve Sailer managed to produce a now well-known (at least in the HBD-sphere) hypothesis of White American... Read More
Post updated, 1/14/15. See below! Let me start by once again giving the disclaimer that I am an unapologetic atheist. Of course, I would conclude that being an atheist is the only natural position one can have if one is being a true scientist. Now, that said, I realize that I am only able to... Read More
Forgive the return of white-on-black text... :)
Updated 8/28/12: See below! As I've discussed previously, the low White fertility rate seen in America today stems mostly from liberals. This is because liberals contain a higher share of secular individuals and because liberal women pursue more education on average, which leads them to delay child birth (and often marriage as well). I have... Read More
A brilliant little photo, courtesy of commentor asdf (thanks!): Previously: HBD and Atheism and What if it’s not their fault? The myth of free will.
As some of you know, and probably most of you don't, I am an atheist. It is the only logical conclusion based on the principle of demanding proof before regarding things as true, as many would tell you (also here). That said, some intellectuals would argue that not believing in any sort of creative force... Read More