Paleo Retiree writes:
- A nice visit with the quirky French filmmaker Agnès Varda, who has just turned 90.
- Gregory Cochran wants to see a psychology and a sociology that are more rooted in nature than in nurture.
- Given the way populations are exploding in Africa, will Europe be able to avoid building walls around itself?
- Is YouTube the real home of the current dissident right?
- Cathy Young argues that there is no rape culture.
- An excellent appreciation of the great Shelby Steele.
- A very different look at trans issues. More.
- The VW Beetle, R.I.P.
- Why don’t Asians complain about “white privilege“?
- Heather Mac Donald takes a disturbing look at UCLA’s “diversity bureaucracy.”
- A classical revival in architecture is in full flower. More. Not to feel too sorry for myself but … This is a story I was pitching to editors back in the late ’90s. I always did have a terrible sense of journalistic timing.
- A collection of amazing visualizations of Byzantine cities and buildings.
- David Brussat, Roger Scruton and Nikos Salingaros, together in one blog posting!
- An appreciative look at Robert A.M. Stern’s new Collegiate Gothic residential colleges at Yale.
- Sailer’s Law of Female Journalists can be a big help in making sense of the media world.
- Meet the very privileged white woman behind the concept of “white privilege.”
- Dave Rubin’s YouTube talk show is reliably thoughtful and provocative. I’ve watched a lot of episodes and think the show is one of the best things happening in American popular culture. Here’s a nice visit with Rubin.
- Enough already with “open-concept interior design.”
- Here’s a statue no one’s tearing down. I wonder why.
- British philosopher John Gray on the rise of “Post-truth liberalism.”
- Did the Village Voice help ruin American journalism?
OK, I love your links. But you promised reconstructions of Byzantine architecture. Where is it? No link. I have been searching independently, to no avail. I NEED to see Byzantine buildings, and I DEMAND these links.