Article By Steve Sailer on 11/07/2004

Sailer Strategy Wins Another For GOP—But How Much Longer?

"President Bush's campaign won re-election through the strategic gamble that there was more to gain from galvanizing conservatives and stressing moral issues than from reaching out to centrist voters… ...
Article By Kevin Michael Grace on 06/29/2004

Canada's Harper Rejects Sailer Strategy—And Loses

[Previously by Kevin Michael Grace: Canadian Conservative Leader No Immigration "Extremist." Too Bad.] Canada's federal Liberal Party won its fourth consecutive election Monday—the first time this h...
Article By Steve Sailer on 10/19/2003

The Sailer Strategy: Graphic Evidence From California

Did Arnold Schwarzenegger win the California governorship because he captured three out of every ten Latino votes, as much post-election chatter has implied? Of course not. Republicans performed stron...
Article By Steve Sailer on 11/16/2002

How The Sailer Strategy Could Win California

Bill Simon surprised the experts in losing California's gubernatorial election by only 5 percentage points, 47%-42%, to massively-funded Gray Davis. In contrast, in 1998, Dan Lungren, the Republican At...
Article By Steve Sailer on 11/10/2002

GOP Wins With Sailer Strategy!

Right after the GOP's tepid showing in the 2000 election, I wrote an article "GOP Future Depends on White Vote" that got VDARE.COM in general and me in particular banned from FreeRepublic.com, the sel...
Article By Steve Sailer on 11/28/2000

GOP Future Depends on Winning Larger Share of the White Vote.

The numbers speak. Their message may be unfashionable, but hardly unpalatable. They say: Readers React: Sailer v Unz Readers React: Sailer v. Wanniski Here at VDARE, we've discussed repeatedly how dir...