Tag Archives: diversity

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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Seeing What is in Front of One’s Nose

Fenster writes: I wrote here that, just as the Left is right to struggle with the possibility of too much diversity, the Right is left to struggle with the possibility of too much inequality. It’s a struggle all right, and … Continue reading

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