I have returned to my old website, after being expelled from The Unz Review. The immediate cause was my decision to close commenting on my last column. A catfight was developing between myself and Ron Unz in the comments, and I wanted to give the two of us time to cool off. I also needed time to write my next column, which would have replied in detail to two of his criticisms. Ron felt I was violating his freedom of speech and promptly blocked access to my author's account.
This may be all for the best. In the heat of anger, people say certain things they had previously kept quiet about. Ron was still resentful over my criticisms of his article "Race, IQ, and Wealth," which he had published some three years ago (Unz, 2012; Frost, 2012a, 2012b, 2012c). I thought his thinking had evolved since then, particularly with the latest findings by Piffer (2013, see also Frost, 2014). Apparently not.
It's important not to lose sight of the big picture. The Unz Review is still doing good work by assisting writers like Steve Sailer and Razib Khan, and others may join them in the future. But it is very unlikely that I will return there.
I don't wish to be drawn into a tedious argument over "I say, he says." For what it's worth, I did not delete any comments that Ron made in reply to my criticisms of his 2012 article. He may be thinking of an email exchange between the two of us, which was partly reproduced in Frost (2012b). In the time I've known him, I've only deleted one of his comments, and that was the one he left after I had closed commenting on my last column.
Frost, P. (2012a). Ron Unz on Race, IQ, and Wealth, Evo and Proud, July 21,http://www.evoandproud.blogspot.ca/2012/07/ron-unz-on-race-iq-and-wealth.html
Frost, P. (2012b). More on Race, IQ, and Wealth, Evo and Proud, July 28http://www.evoandproud.blogspot.ca/2012/07/more-on-race-iq-and-wealth.html
Frost, P. (2012c). He who pays the piper, Evo and Proud, August 18http://www.evoandproud.blogspot.ca/2012/08/he-who-pays-piper.html
Frost, P. (2014). Population differences in intellectual capacity: a new polygenic analysis, Evo and Proud, March 8http://evoandproud.blogspot.ca/2014/03/population-differences-in-intellectual.html
Piffer, D. (2013). Factor analysis of population allele frequencies as a simple, novel method of detecting signals of recent polygenic selection: The example of educational attainment and IQ, Interdisciplinary Bio Central, provisional manuscripthttp://www.ibc7.org/article/journal_v.php?sid=312
Unz, R. (2012). Race, IQ, and Wealth, The American Conservative, July 18.http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/race-iq-and-wealth/