Paleo Retiree writes:
- Amid all the other remarks that have been made on the Jussie Smollett fiasco, I found John McWhorter’s musings especially worth pondering.
- OK, the Hodge Twins’ reaction is worth paying attention to as well.
- Steve Sailer has been taking note of “hate hoaxes” for almost 20 years now. Why doesn’t he get more credit for it?
- Conrad Black thinks that the Dems’ whacky Trump/Russia-collusion case is about to implode.
- James Kunstler agrees.
- Is the time ripe for a right-wing women’s magazine?
- As a former member of the MSM, I endorse Lara Logan’s take on what’s become of it.
- Razib riffs through recent findings about the genetics of Africans.
- Funny how few people know anything about the Bantu expansion, isn’t it?
- Feminism and Islam, episode 1594.
- Does high-speed rail make any sense at all in America?
- Does biological sex have any reality?
- Exuberance at the end of a war that killed millions is unforgivable.
- I find it terrifying that today’s college-aged “wokescolds” will soon be entering politics, journalism and such.
- Is film star Antonio Banderas a POC?
- CJ talks with Milo.
- Likes ’em young.
- Did “In the Cut” wreck Meg Ryan’s career? I thought she was awfully good in the movie.
- With age I’ve lost most of my desire to visit exotic locations, but Ticino remains a place I’d love to experience.
- Trad architecture fan Roger Scruton spells out what he wants from new architecture.
You co-blogger Fenster beat Steve Sailer to the punch on hate hoax reporting by two months, writing up the Claremont fiasco in March 2004 compared with Sailer’s May 2004.
Yes, high speed rail makes sense, but the one-two punch of onerous environmental regulations on the left and resistance to funding anything through taxation (as well as resistance to mass transit in general because: rugged individualism) has made it impossible to get off the ground.
it’s a monorail?