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Author Archives: Fenster
Fenster writes: I read about Google’s semi-official report The Good Censor on Breitbart, which broke the story. If you are unfamiliar with the story check out the Breitbart coverage first. The gist: An internal company briefing produced by Google and … Continue reading
Fenster writes: I recently contrasted the hard-edged doctrine of diversity in today’s academy with its emerging form, still then subject to some level of skepticism, in the more innocent 1990s. Way back in the 1990’s, back before our current sophisticated … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Mandatory paternity leave? Who needs government meddling in private life when in our free enterprise system we can leave it to the private sector? Rod Dreher passes along a Kav Kartoon, with disapproval. Now Ted Kennedy. A man’s … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Selected with care by your correspondent. Don’t know (((Murshak))) but it is a nice quote worth keeping handy. There's not a marketplace of ideas, there's an evolutionary landscape of ideas — (((Murshak))) (@amurshak) May 31, 2018 hbdchick was … Continue reading
Fenster writes: While trying to remember the last words to that song I had this unrelated memory.