Monday Assorted Links

1. How the returns in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada indicate that Trump could win by 10 million votes

2. Poverty reduction in India

3. WTO entry’s effects on China trade

4. The continuing collapse of what was once the richest country in the Spanish Americas

5. Last batch of Clinton emails released

6. Ralph Raico on the weaponization of democracy

7. States by housing affordability (Kevin Erdmann, click this)

8. Justice Thomas asks first questions from bench in over a decade

9. Who has the right to your campaign data

Sunday Assorted Links

1. Hillary and Libya in 2012

2. Trump’s Sailer Strategy

3. List of left-wing people who wrote in support of the NATO intervention in Libya. I certainly didn’t support it in 2011, and wondered why the West wasn’t backing Gaddafi.

4. Islamic State tightens Internet restrictions

5. Why Trump is winning: rhetoric and themes.

6. Why the minimum wage can take time to destroy jobs

7. Krugman v. Berniebros

8. Deist on socialist Left v. Alt-Right

Super Tuesday Forecast

My forecasts here rely on the 2012 primaries/caucuses results, this Politico article, and the Five Thirty Eight polls-based forecast.

Trump will win every Super Tuesday state East of the Mississippi.

Alaska: Trump wins.

Arkansas: Trump wins.

Colorado: Mystery wrapped in an enigma. The process makes there no clear way to tell.

Minnesota: Cruz wins. This is not a good state for Trump or Rubio.

Texas: Cruz wins, due to local appeal.

Oklahoma: Trump wins.

Saturday Assorted Links

1. Well over half of the pre-desegregation B-W education gap exists today

2. The NYT picks its ten best comments (they’re not that good).

3. Billary lies (race and housing).

4. They Lie. Watched the movie just now (clearly an allegory about Jews, though curiously from a left-wing perspective).

5. Blacks hate Bernie (I still don’t know why; maybe I’m too smart)

6. Fisk on the Syrian war

7. Your daily dose of slave morality

8. Bernie is not a socialist

I Was Right (America and Kurdish Expansionism)

Three months and one day ago, on November 26, I predicted U.S.-backed Kurdish expansionism in Syria to exactly the areas where it happened.
My predictions then:
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The situation now:
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And more evidence has come out since that the U.S. is directly promoting Syrian Kurdish expansionism.

Meanwhile, Turkey, which must be destroyed, is stark flaming mad about the Kurdish expansionism that is going on in its front yard, and its President has explicitly claimed he sees no problem with al-Qaeda. Sometimes, the Daily Scimitar is all too prescient.

My analysis on November 26 remains accurate and unchanged.

Thursday Assorted Links

1. Healthcare remarks and strong Rubio responses hurt Trump in Betfair by 5.7 percentage points

2. Donald Trump basically took my October 2013-mid-2014 stance on Libya in 2011. I first opposed the Libyan regime change from the start, then supported it in October 2013 when I saw the polls from 2012 showing the people overwhelmingly supported the revolution, then in Summer 2014 realized Osatan had no intention of achieving stability in Libya and started opposing it again. I’m more consistent in my position than Trump, but had Trump been President in 2011, he would have had a much better policy than Obama, whatever it may have been. Taking Libya’s oil is especially a very good idea. In any case, Trump’s still one flip-flop ahead of Hillary, and quite possibly one ten-year-long flip-flop. I’d rather vote for the wolf in sheep’s clothing than the wolf in wolf’s’ clothing.

3. Trump’s hiring of foreign workers in Florida justified.

4. Monetary correlations with oil prices

5. SJW biologist recognizes the anti-SJW biology nature of Idiocracy

6. Strong correlation between percentage democrat and percentage supporting environmental regulations

7. Turkiye delenda est.

8. Status 451 presents “What is Neoreaction”?