Breakthrough Discoveries You Must See Before The Upcoming Election

Dear Readers, After years of research and exhaustive investigation, I have published my first book, revealing discoveries that cannot be found anywhere else. With your support, this great venture will make a difference for our communities in America. The discoveries in Economic Sovereignty: Prosperity in a Free Society, are normally sold to private corporate clients … Continue reading Breakthrough Discoveries You Must See Before The Upcoming Election

Discover Social Facts: U.S. Racial History Estimate

Each of the one-hundred charts published in Economic Sovereignty was curated with meticulous precision. The question emerged: how do U.S. demographics compare to the demographics of the world? Race is just one of many factors. I received a challenge from a local political science enthusiast when I showed him the chart. He suspected that American … Continue reading Discover Social Facts: U.S. Racial History Estimate

World Population, Depopulation, Immigration, and the Cliffs of Saipan – Part One, World Population & The Saipan Analogy

Last night I successfully derived the most accurate population estimate for practical use in analytics that exists today. It is incredibly alarming; this is one "hockey-stick" curve that is accurate, with dire consequences. The blue line shows global population, from 10,000 BC to 2014 AD. The orange line shows annual growth of human population for … Continue reading World Population, Depopulation, Immigration, and the Cliffs of Saipan – Part One, World Population & The Saipan Analogy

The Alvarism Database

What it is Of interest to government, politicians, policy makers, think tanks, university analysts and researchers who need authoritative historical information on criminal justice, national security, medical industry, business, economics, culture, and society. It is an Enterprise Relational Database, using the latest features of SQL Server 2012 and prior. Well-designed with my expertise in enterprise … Continue reading The Alvarism Database

How to Use the News in The Information Age

"He who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors." – Thomas Jefferson, letter to John Norvell, Jun. 11, 1807 We're supposed to use the news to understand the world beyond our direct experience. That simple purpose is often neglected, as people unconsciously take stories for granted. … Continue reading How to Use the News in The Information Age