Intelligence is Thought Crime: Silence and Purge All Dissent

[fulltext] “‘Eugenics Conference’ Probed”, in Science, January 19, 2018. p. 256. University College London (UCL) has opened an inquiry into a low-profile conference on the genetics of intelligence that included discussions of eugenics and was attended by some people who hold controversial views on race and intelligence. The London Conference on Intelligence has been held […]

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North Korea: Maybe The Sanctions Are Not So Popular Worldwide

Many nations seem to be very ambivalent about the sanctions on North Korea. I wonder if one reason for thr urgency of the talks comes from that ambivalence. Here is a list of countries violating the sanctions by category: Military-related sanctions violations: Angola, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, […]

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What the September 2017 Travel Ban Will Look Like

https://cis.org/Huennekens/What-September-Travel-Ban-Will-Look Center for Immigration Studies What the September Travel Ban Will Look Like By Preston Huennekens on September 28, 2017 On Sunday, September 24, the White House unveiled a new set of travel restrictions for eight countries: North Korea, Syria, Iran, Chad, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, and Venezuela. The restrictions for each country vary from total […]

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Poetry: To The Washington State Poet Laureate

Tod Marshall, Washington State Poet Laureate: “Let’s All Take a Knee To Stand For Justice and Return of Decency”, in Seattle Times, September 27, 2017. p. A13. [summary]  Pres. Trump supports Neo-Nazis and slanders the nobility of “vulnerable” NFL stars who protest brutal White racism. Now the president openly attacks innocent Black athletes. The president […]

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