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100% American

I am 100% American. I have no ethnicity.  I am not part Italian, part Korean or part anywhere. I have always been 100% American. Am I patriotic? 563 more words

My Thoughts on Ancestry

Genealogical research has been all the rage for God only knows how long. Recent modern genetic tests now allow for us to learn about our ancestry simply by doing DNA testing. 310 more words

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Featured Book: HYPHENED-NATION: DON'T CHECK THE BOX by Nicole Draffen

Title: HYPHENED-NATION: DON’T CHECK THE BOX

Author: Nicole Draffen

Genre: Non-Fiction/Social Science/Political Science

Format: eBook 

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services

Publication Date: April 15, 2016

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Damn the skeletons! Open the closet.

One might be tempted to think that only readers find surprises in a memoir. But if the writer incorporates some genealogical research, he or she is just as likely to stumble onto little-known, if not completely forgotten, family lore. 599 more words

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How many races are there?

In his 1998 book The g Factor, scholar Arthur Jensen used an extremely objective method to classify humans in different races: Varimax rotation of principal components applied to the genes of 42 populations studied by scholars Nei & Roychoudhury (1993).  295 more words

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Talking about Diversity

It has recently come to my attention that there are those among us who feel that the Mennonite Church leadership is not truly diverse.

You know who you are. 924 more words

The Drunken Mennonite

'We so take them for granted...'

From a comment by ‘guest’ at Steve Sailer’s blog:

“I’ve noticed that they talk incessantly about minority cultures: their music, their food, and so forth, and how we “appropriate” it.

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