Sunday, May 20, 2012

Sunday Question for Conservatives

I've think I've done this one before but quite a while ago; it's worth another round. What conservative bloggers, reporters, or columnists should more people be reading?

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  1. Ben Swann - He's a political analyst for a Fox affiliate in Ohio -- after John Stossel, he’s the only person in the mainstream media who seems to have libertarian sympathies.

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  2. Steve Sailer at isteve.blogspot.com and John Derbyshire at johnderbyshire.com. Average IQ differences and crime rate differences among the races in the US have a huge impact on public life and public policy, and mostly are not discussed because of political correctness. These two columnists regularly provide data-driven analysis on these issues, and often link to the academic literatute on these topics. Those who want something more insightful than the mainstream right-left debate on the issues of the day should check these websites out.

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  3. IANAC, but is everyone already reading Gary Becker and Richard Posner's blog? (http://www.becker-posner-blog.com) If not, I think they should.

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  4. Another vote for Sailer. The Zimmerman case is confirmation of his writings about race, crime and the media.

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  5. IANAC, but:

    Jim Manzi

    Rod Dreher

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  6. Daniel Larison

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  7. I'd have mentioned Popehat, but one of their founders went off the deep end this week and banned many of the commenters. (including me! I'd only commented a few times... But fell for his prat last week.) Kinda weird.

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  8. Steve Sailer should be on the list for both liberals and conservatives. There's simply no one else with so many intriguing observations and such a different perspective. He may be racist, but it's a convincing kind of racism.

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