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VDH on our Deplorable Elites

Fenster writes: Victor Davis Hanson pens a characteristically sane and sober column on elite disparagement of the masses.¬† He starts with Mike Bloomberg, who when at Oxford several years ago dismissed farming, ancient and modern. He lectured that agriculture was … Continue reading

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Inequality Snippet du Jour

Fenster writes: Actually, it is Peggy Noonan who writes: The most arresting words heard this year? A billionaire of New York, in conversation: “I hate it when the market goes up. Every time I hear the stock market went up … Continue reading

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Another Right Pundit Tackles Inequality

Fenster writes: Another right-leaning pundit acknowledges inequality as an issue, which is better than the historic brush-off.

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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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Another Kind of Diversity

Fenster writes: The left’s ideological blinders have caused it to miss the obvious: that there can be such a thing as “too much” diversity. ¬†Should it really be all that shocking that high levels of difference can result in a … Continue reading

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