Tag Archives: Race and Intelligence

An Asian student’s science project reflects “an undercurrent of racism at the school.”

The causes are environmental; the solution is spending more money.

Israeli Journalist and Politician Interviews Jared Taylor

Former Knesset member thinks race realism should be censored.

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What Is Race Realism?

The fate of the West depends on it.

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Egalitarians refuse even to consider the evidence on race and IQ.

A review of Arthur R. Jensen’s “The g Factor.”

It may be possible to measure intelligence using brain scans rather than IQ tests.

Authors say it’s because improvement in the quality of schooling has stopped.

The explanation, of course, is poverty and flaws in the education system.

Is Romania Part of the West?

A warning against romanticizing the East.

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It far exceeds other factors.

Trump is suspending a rule that assumes blacks are more likely to have “special education needs” than others.

Why Race Matters, AR Classic Article

A philosopher’s elegant and compelling dissection of the race problem.

The solution: more computer science, algebra classes, and expanded pre-school.

“The field of genomics is growing by leaps and bounds.”

If it weren’t for overachieving Asians and whites and “unconscious stereotypes,” there would be no gap.

Its lies laid bare in Steven Farron’s “The Affirmative Action Hoax.”

You can’t fix things by ignoring facts.

And 90 percent cannot read at their grade level.

Some of today’s most destructive ideas were first popularized by a socialist from Sweden.

Breakthroughs in Intelligence

A distinguished scientist cuts through the egalitarian fog.

Reviewed by Jared Taylor

Authors prefer class-based affirmative action.

In Praise of Arthur Jensen, AR Classic Article

Arthur Jensen died five years ago today. His ideas are still as important as ever.

Their mothers often think the children are normal.

How Africans may differ from Westerners.

National IQ linked to well-being and economic success.

California retroactively issues HS diplomas to 40,000 students who failed exit exam.

Blacks and Hispanics underrepresented at top Buffalo school.

“Stereotypes” are to blame.

Low academic achievement among black men transcends borders.

The Race-IQ Non-Controversy, AR Classic Article

J. Philippe Rushton died five years ago today. This classic shows what a loss his passing was.

And, of course, the usual stupid hand-wringing.

Things Biracial People Are Too Polite to Say: A Letter to White Nationalists

A biracial race-realist wants an end to hypodescent.

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In light of this, liberals have a new euphemism: “underserved learners.”

Black students display their ignorance.

Evidence for genetic contributions to intelligence keep coming.

Satirizing YouTube Censorship

Maybe humor will shame the commissars.

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Assault on The Bell Curve, AR Classic Article

The view that genes don’t matter.

For Whom the Bell Curves, AR Classic Article

This book, and its reception, mark an important intellectual breakthrough.

Am I the First Victim of YouTube’s New Censorship?

Big Brother quarantines my video.

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What Can Replace Religion?, AR Classic Article

A look at Professor Raymond Cattell’s “Beyondism.”

“General cognitive function” is substantially heritable.

Race Realism has a Past. Does Race Denialism Have a Future?

John Derbyshire’s talk at the 2017 American Renaissance conference.

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2017 American Renaissance Conference Videos

The full speeches are now available.

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Lefty accidentally admits: “We now know that intelligence is not something we have significant control over but is something we are born with.”

In Defense of Eugenics, AR Classic Article

The high-stakes race for a better future.

What Does Anti-White Racism Look Like?

Just look at the headlines of any major newspaper and you’ll find plenty.

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Straight Talk About Affirmative Action

Is it here to stay?

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“Both education and household income are strongly genetically correlated with intelligence.”

Scientific data show that the races differ in intelligence — dogma holds otherwise.