Steve Sailer writes:
Last week, in the wake of the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson and the ensuing night of undocumented shoppers, I was planning to write the definitive essay on why the engineers of conventional wisdom—the holders of the Megaphone—always seem to get their big stories so ludicrously wrong. (…)
The study of the workings (and failures) of the Megaphone is one of the central subjects of our time, but we lack even a word for the subject. Perhaps Megaphonics will do?