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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: What are crowds of African youths doing in smalltown Ireland? Italy shows how to take care of the “migration problem.” If you impose purity tests, maybe you really ought to expect to have your own purity given … Continue reading

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Wither the Humanities?

Fenster writes: The very sensible academic Mark Bauerlein has written an article in the very sensible City Journal about a recent program at Clemson aimed at reviving the humanities via a return to a Western core. Before describing the program … Continue reading

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David French on L’Affaire Ilhan

Fenster writes: David French has some useful comments on l’affaire Ilhan. What is going on? Why are we seeing so many prominent voices rally to Omar’s side? This is how intersectionality works. Essentially, the pattern goes like this. Under intersectionality … Continue reading

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Weekend Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Amid all the other remarks that have been made on the Jussie Smollett fiasco, I found John McWhorter’s musings especially worth pondering. OK, the Hodge Twins’ reaction is worth paying attention to as well. Steve Sailer has … Continue reading

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The Fenster Boast

Fenster writes: Steve Sailer describes what he calls the “Sailer Boast”: Whenever there is some remarkably dumb development flabbergasting the respectable pundits, I’ve no doubt explained the entire phenomenon years ago. He illustrates the Boast by referencing his coverage of … Continue reading

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Strange Bedfellows

Fenster writes: Our current s political moment has encouraged some odd couplings in political beds. 1 Here is leftie Glenn Greenwald on Democracy Now! discussing Amazon’s more than complicity in the creation of a surveillance state.  That may not seem … Continue reading

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Wither the Yellow Vests?

Fenster writes: The American press has had a herky-jerk relationship with the Yellow Vests.  The media avoided much mention of the protests when they first occurred, presumably banking on them fading away quickly.  Then, when it became apparent that coverage … Continue reading

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