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The Propaganda The Corner ATM Machine Is Selling

Paleo Retiree writes: This month in Diversity at the corner ATM machine: How do so many people who champion diversity and multiculturalism persuade themselves that they’re radicals speaking daring, defiant truth to the cruel powers that be? Diversity and multiculturalism … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: An excellent intro by architect Christine Franck to a great American artform: the Shingle Style. Why should taxpayers be subsidizing our biggest banks?  Meet Roberta Pedon, unbelievably busty hippie-chick pinup star of the ’70s. What’s become of … Continue reading

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Simon Dixon on Banking

Paleo Retiree writes: I don’t know about Simon Dixon’s proposed solutions to our banking problems, but his analyses and descriptions of how things work and what’s wrong with them strike me as awfully helpful. Related, related, related.

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Paleo Retiree writes: JayMan attempts an answer to this question: How much do inbreeding and outbreeding have to do with a society’s cohesiveness? Some bliss of recent vintage for Roger Federer fans. How does he make some of those shots? … Continue reading

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