The WSJ has an op-ed saying that the Sailer strategy won’t work.
The Sailer strategy is a strategy to keep the Republican Party electorally-viable in an increasingly non-white America. The Sailer strategy is for the Republicans to appeal directly to whites. By way of example, see the South.
I’ve always understood the Sailer strategy slightly differently. The Democratic Party wants to paint itself as the minority party. In America, "minority" can generally be substituted for "black" without losing meaning (and generally with gaining meaning). The problem is that no one (not even a significant percentage of blacks) wants to be governed by the black party. So, as I’ve understood it, the Sailer strategy is for the Republicans to obtain support of whites and other minorities by essentially agreeing with the Democrats that the latter is, in fact, the black (er, diverse) party. Again, this is my understanding, not the common understanding.
Blacks typically vote Democratic in numbers comparable to fake Soviet citizens voting for Stalin. So the strategy – as I understand it – shouldn’t be all that difficult to implement.
Anyway, here’s the editorial. Unfortunately, it’s useless, since it doesn’t suggest how the Republicans can garner the support of minorities without embracing the massive transfer of wealth from taxpayers to non-taxpayers (i.e. from whites to non-whites).