The elite really are different from the rest of us

The elite really are different from the rest of us: (source: THE BELL CURVE AND COGNITIVE ELITES) The typical elite-school grad has an IQ of around 138. That is around a 1-100 rarity. By comparison, the cutoff for Mensa is 132, which is approx. 1-50…

Blacks and the Media Narrative

From Vox Day The end of empire: There’s also the fact that whites are getting wise to what’s happening and public trust is plummeting. A volunteer army not only relies on patriotism, but it relies on civic duty. It is why we still call military…

Is the U.S. Hostile to Smart People?

An article from Japan Times, America is one of the few cultures with insults for smart people, by Ted Rall, went hugely viral. In the context of this blog, the viralness can be attributed to the shared narrative that society neglects and or is indifferent…

Why isn’t inflation higher?

Tyler Cowen ponders why inflation isn’t higher. Since the liquidity trap is gone, and inflation remains well under control, the liquidity trap does not seem to be the reason why inflation did not explode post-2008, following the Fed’s stabilization measures. In spite of substantial deficit…