Paleo Retiree writes:
- Time to break up the social-media companies?
- College students have lost interest in books.
- The Dalai Lama isn’t getting with the multicultural program.
- Trans correctness seems to be rapidly taking over the academy.
- Steve Sailer compares San Francisco to Frisco, Texas.
- Is “woke capitalism” a form of soft totalitarianism?
- How has Joe Biden made so much money?
- Ed Dutton rips apart Angela Saini’s new PC science book.
- Is the problem with the LGBTQ movement that it hasn’t gone far enough?
- Hey, America: there aren’t nearly as many LGBTQ people in the country as you think there are.
- Can’t accuse Morrissey of failing to provoke.
- Simple fact: Popular fiction is often far more thematically rich than lit fiction is.
- Nature clip du jour.
- Enjoyed and recommended: Ernst Jünger’s legendary account of life on the front lines during WWI, given a dignified, sophisticated and moving reading by Charlton Griffin.
“U.S. adults estimate that 23.6% of Americans are gay or lesbian”
Sailer makes a good point that women’s soccer would do well to follow the WTA model (i.e., pretty middle-class girls in barnstorming contests). However, since women’s soccer will always be measured against men’s soccer, that’ll never happen. It’s a shame, but whatevah.