Paleo Retiree writes:
- So segregation equals inclusion, do I have that right?
- Between July and September of this year, YouTube removed 58 million videos from its site.
- Genius French novelist Michel Houellebecq thinks Trump is “a good President.” “President Trump was elected to safeguard the interests of American workers,” he writes. “He’s safeguarding the interests of American workers.
- This seems significant.
- So does this.
- This too.
- A worth-reading visit with Tucker Carlson.
- Patrick Buchanan’s recent big-picture stuff has been great.
- Why is Antifa attacking Mexican-American men in uniform?
- Here’s a crime that the NYTimes hasn’t covered yet. Perhaps recent diversity hire Sarah Jeong can tell us why.
- Steve Sailer thinks Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” deserves some, but not all, of the praise it’s been getting.
- Do artists tend to be rebels or conformists?
Genius French novelist Michel Houellebecq thinks Trump is “a good President.” “President Trump was elected to safeguard the interests of American workers,” he writes. “He’s safeguarding the interests of American workers.
Tell that to the 15,000 workers who just got the axe from GM.
Tell it to American farmers hit hard by Trump’s tariffs against China.
Steve Sailer – smarter than me and always interesting to read but his movie reviews, generally, are pretty lousy, bordering on arguing for the “unconventional conservatism.” of, say, retarded liberal pop garbage like Elysium.
I have not seen Roma but, it sounds like the art film version of the kind of patronizing movie Netflix picks up on the regular (Dumplin’, Sierra Burgess is a Loser). To steal a line from Richard Hell, bad movies typically pick our pockets by telling us how smart and sexy we are. These are a possibly new kind of bad movie whose purpose is tell us how moral and accepting we are.