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Juxtaposin’: Diversity

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: — United Auto Workers, 1946 Groups of idle sailors lay about the decks, “overhauling a range of their memories;” how they had spent the last Christmas-day, in some “Wapping,” or “Wide Water street,” with the brimming … Continue reading

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Juxtaposin’: “So White”

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Many people are showering contempt on Paul Ryan’s recent Instagram photo of Capitol Hill interns for being “so white.” This Esquire writer thinks it’s “deeply, disturbingly wrong.” We’re at a bizarre moment in American history where some people … Continue reading

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Quote Du Jour: Travel Narrows the Mind

Blowhard, Esq. writes: I have never managed to lose my old conviction that travel narrows the mind. At least a man must make a double effort of moral humility and imaginative energy to prevent it from narrowing his mind. Indeed there … Continue reading

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And the Wasps?

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: He had spoken in the little room near the Courts where the pleaders waited for clients; clients, waiting for pleaders, sat in the dust outside. These had not received a card from Mr. Turton. And there … Continue reading

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Diversity Du Jour

Paleo Retiree writes: Spotted recently: J.P Morgan/Chase lending support to LGBT Pride Month and Marriott International promoting a trans fashion model. Small reminder to diversity fans — you aren’t fighting the power. You are the power. Related Steve Sailer cuts through … Continue reading

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Is Sweden the most feminine country in the world? Ten things American men could learn from French men. I think it’s a genuinely useful list. Back at the old blog, I blogged enthusiastically about a Debra Ollivier book … Continue reading

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Debating Diversity

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: I had a boss once who was an old-time basketball guy. He’d coached tons of kids, black and white, male and female. Sometimes he’d talk about how the old coaching techniques were irrelevant to the modern day … Continue reading

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