Paleo Retiree writes:
- The national-populist moment has a non-hysterical book written about it.
- Maybe in fact the real danger at the moment is anti-populism.
- Steve Sailer reads a book about walls and wonders about dogs and television.
- It’s good to be a Clinton.
- Maybe it’s OK not to want to go back to Africa.
- Why are American college students suffering from so much anxiety?
- Remember all those predictions of economic Armageddon? Um, well …
- Meet Friedrich List, America’s first protectionist.
- Homeless numbers are setting records. So are homeless deaths.
- Radical thought: How about letting Venezuela find its own way?
- Are men who are falsely accused of rape victims too?
- Erm, about those trans power lifters …
- How well are Somali migrants in Switzerland doing?
- Free migration within Europe has a cost too.
- Is it becoming more acceptable to use the term “population replacement“?
- OMG! OMG! OMG! Canadian righties are meeting up in online chat rooms!!!
- For some young comics creators, underground-comix legend R. Crumb isn’t woke enough.
- Was “Sex and the City” too white? One of its stars thinks so.
- Does K-pop keep a boy from becoming a man? China thinks so.
- Political correctness vs. standup comedy, the English experience.
- No one wants to publish Woody Allen’s memoir.
“I guess what also disheartened me was, I’m pretty sure the vast majority of people booing Crumb are not familiar with his work…”
Probably true, but let’s be honest, if those people were familiar with it, they’d probably boo even louder. And I’m a Crumb fan.
I concur, if you don’t like something don’t look at it. Alas, we aren’t living in such a world. “They” will track you down, everything you’ve said, written, or drawn. Probably everything you’ve thought or will think.
Why the link to the article about blacks and Africa? Obviously, they aren’t going back. They aren’t fools.