James Q. Wilson, 1931-2012
It was Wilson, arguably the nation's foremost social scientist, who, together with George Kelling, developed the "broken windows" crime-fighting theory that Rudy Giuliani used to save the city in the '90s. Wilson, a former professor at Harvard and UCLA and lately a senior fellow at Boston College, died yesterday at 80.
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#1 Mar 3, 2012
Too bad someone doesn't use the same type theory to reverse our local, state, national deficits and debt.
Start with the most petty spending and work our way up the spending chain until the debt actually starts going back down and eventually disappear.
Call it the theory of "Overdrawn Checkbook."
#2 Mar 4, 2012
We sould use such a policy to stop the third world flood into All White countries, and Only White countries. According to the 1948 UN convention, this is Genocide against Whites. We can call it the "stopping Genocide" theory".
They say they are Anti-Racist, what they are is Anti-White. Anti-Racist is a codeword for Anti-White.
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