The Census released an interesting paper on Thursday, The Population With a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2006–2010.
Reuters had a little blurb, which highlighted the smart, successful groups:
Asians lead U.S. in college degrees: Census, Reuters, May 24, 2012
Asians are the most highly educated group of Americans, with more than half with […]
Good news from the heartland. Kansas’ decision to affirm the Constitution over foreign totalitarian Islamic law is an important victory in the long war.
I’m relieved that Brownback did the right thing. His Senate career showed a propensity for strange values in the general category of diversity, to be kind. He promoted the admittance of Somali […]
Novelist Tom Wolfe announced several years ago that his next book would take place in south Florida and would explore immigration. One can only hope that he will skewer the diversity cult in his own unique style.
Wolfe engaged Oscar Corral, a reporter from the Miami Herald, to sherpa him through the local culture, and Corral […]