Post By Steve Sailer on 08/08/2015

Silenced in Seattle: Bernie Sanders Shut Down by Megalomaniacal Black Protesters

Above, Bernie (in blue) walks off without being allowed to speak For years, deep thinkers in the Republican Brain Trust have been worrying over how the GOP can survive while being seen as the White Par...
Article By Steve Sailer on 07/19/2013

Will Hispanics And Asians Really Prefer The "Black Party" To The "White Party"?

While the rest of the country was still up in arms over the George Zimmerman verdict, I watched a webinar from the Brookings Institution on The Future of the Republican Party: Is the GOP DOA? It wasn’t...
Article By Hugh McInnish on 07/17/2013

As Alabama Goes, So Could Go The Nation—If DC GOP Elite Had Guts

While the Main Stream Media celebrates the Inevitable End of the Republican Party in the Age of Obama, Southerners are quietly executing a plan that could easily work for the GOP/ Generic American Part...
Article By Steve Sailer on 06/03/2013

Census Bureau Refutes “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” Mantra—Obama Won Because Of Old Black Ladies (And Turned-Off Whites)

Ever since last November’s election, we’ve been hearing that Hispanics comprised a record 10 percent of the vote—which therefore obliges Republican Congressmen to pass “comprehensive immigration reform...
Article By Steve Sailer on 10/04/2010

Diversity Is Strength! It's Also…A Lot Of Problems For Democrats (Richly Deserved)

[Also See: The Balkanization of Barack's Party, by Patrick J. Buchanan] Fifty two weeks ago, I pointed out that the Democrats' winning 2008 strategy–positioning Barack Obama to blacks as the black c...
Article By Steve Sailer on 07/25/2010

Jim Webb, The GOP, And The Sammy Sosa Solution

These rather striking photos of retired baseball slugger Sammy Sosa Before and After he began using one of those lotions so popular in the Third World for bleaching skin got me to thinking (as usual)...
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. ...