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Blowhard, Esq. writes: Another progressive whiteknight, who appears to know nothing about jazz history, “defends” jazz from white saviors. I loved LA LA LAND and I love even more how it’s driving all the right people crazy. The New Yorker accuses … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: “Acknowledging inherent sex differences isn’t harmful or sexist; differences don’t necessitate one sex being better than the other.” Why are so many intellectuals so fascinated by Brutalism? The Wah-Wah Pedal turns 50. JayMan shares his thoughts about clannishness: … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Will France follow in Trump’s footsteps? Title IX gone wild. New York City’s best dumplings. How Russia does a trade show. (NSFW) Why are we more preoccupied these days with policing attitudes than with policing behavior? Should … Continue reading

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Alt Right Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Will the Alt Right ever again experience a week like the one just passed, or are its visibility and influence going to continue growing? Whatever the case, it’s certainly been interesting watching the mainstream start to take note. Hey, a … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Matt Taibbi on the way the Dems have forsaken the white working class. A fresh look at “white trash.” The New York Times admits that their coverage of Trump has been wildly biased. Can we blame Paul … Continue reading

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Brexit Readings

Paleo Retiree writes: I’ve been loving following the in-the-wake-of-Brexit debates. Interesting times, to put it mildly. Here are some of the essays, op-eds and articles that I’ve gotten the most out of. Was the EU formed in order to avoid … Continue reading

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Blowhard, Esq. writes: Neil DeGrasse Tyson fancies himself to be James Madison. He might as well have said, “I’ve never read a history book and I know nothing about human psychology.” Speaking of, judge Richard Posner, one of our era’s most … Continue reading

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