Article By Steve Sailer on 09/06/2010

Whatever Happened to the Democrats` Youth/Minority Voter Juggernaut?

After the 2008 election, both the youth bloc and the minority bloc were widely lauded for tur...
Article By Ralph Griffin on 07/07/2010

Reconquista in Texas vs. California—And The Need To Coerce GOP Pols

The conventional wisdom is that we Texans are Californians in slow motion, destined to seeing our state overwhelmed by coming majorities of minority voters.  The reality is a bit more complicated. To b...
Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 01/21/2010

Has Obama Lost White America?

If Republicans will study the returns from Massachusetts, then review the returns from Virginia and New Jersey, light will fall upon the path to victory over Barack Obama in 2012. Obama defeated John...
Article By Washington Watcher on 01/20/2010

Scott Brown's Massachusetts Massacre: The Unspoken Race Dimension

See also Today's Letter: MIT Graduate Reader Says Race (Etc.), Not Income, Determined MA Vote Scott ...
Article By Ellison Lodge on 12/17/2009

Despite Wishful Thinking, No "Post-Racial Politics" In Atlanta Mayoral Race

[Previously by Ellison Lodge: White Identity Politics Working in Atlanta] After a recount, Kassim R...
Article By Ellison Lodge on 11/10/2009

White Identity Politics Working in Atlanta

In the wake of the November 3 elections, conventional commentators haven't been able to stop themselves urging the GOP toward the fat...
Article By Steve Sailer on 10/04/2009

Sailer Strategy Supplement: Rebrand Democrats As The Black Party

Two weeks ago, I noted that the Republican Party has been digging itself an ever deeper electoral hole by tolerating (when not exacerbating) the lax immigration policies of the last four-plus decades. ...
Article By Steve Sailer on 09/20/2009

Even If Immigration Continues, The Sailer Strategy Could Still Win It For The GOP In 2050

The central question about the long-term future of the Republican Party is—does the Republican Party have a future? The demographic changes unleashed by post-1965 immigration policies inexorably work ...
Article By Steve Sailer on 11/09/2008

GOP Can Play By "McCain Rules" And Lose, Or "Sailer Rules" And Win

Well, that election sure was exciting, wasn't it?First, let's start with John McCain. Before the general election campaign started, the MainStream Media presented McCain as an ideal candidate: the kind...
Post By Steve Sailer on 11/12/2006

WSJ: "The Crucial Role Of Hispanics:"

A reader writes:The Wall St. Journal in its news pages points to the "crucial role of Hispanics" in this election? [Democrats Take Control of House By Jackie Calmes And David Rogers November 8, 2006...