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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: This used to be called “basic psychology,” and people weren’t puzzled by it. Some British profs don’t like being told what their attitude towards transpeople must be. Who does, really? Unhappy transperson du jour. In the U.S., … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: That’s a lotta overtime. Steve Sailer considers Jared Diamond. Tyler Cowen tries to make some sense of the New Right’s more recent victories. Why are Jews so enthusiastic about immigration from Muslim countries? “Woman.” Is Whiteness “the … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: The legendary E.O. Wilson thinks STEM subjects should be taught differently. Speaking of STEM … When you haven’t got any real evidence, it’s time to play the “unconscious bias” card. Why are lies being told about France’s … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

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 … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Nothing sinister about this. What’s really going on with France’s gilets jaunes? Dave Rubin conducts a moving and unusually thought-provoking conversation with Yoram (“The Virtue of Nationalism”) Hazony. I loved Hazony’s book too. We know that back … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: An interesting history of the index card. Dinosaur that I am, and despite going around with an iPhone in my pocket, I’m still a regular user of 3×5 cards. It’s a big inconvenience that most index cards … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: For how much longer will biological women be able to compete in women’s athletics? And how crazy (and maybe evil) is the trans lobby anyway? Why have Israel’s younger voters been growing more conservative? Roger Scruton reflects … Continue reading

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