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Self-Devouring Political Correctness

by Henry Oliner I confess a certain demented joy in seeing the left eat its own in the avalanche of sexual predatory behavior burying its favorite icons.  When hypocrisy is illuminated, the light can be blinding. Short of actual rape…

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The Quiet Resistence

from Victor Davis Hanson at National Review, Two Resistances Yet in contrast to the media-driven “Resistance,” there is a more authentic ongoing resistance that Trump himself capitalized on, but hardly originated. It is a pushback against the corporate and government conglomerate…

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Belief in the Untrue

from Scientific American, The Unfortunate Fallout of Campus Postmodernism- The roots of the current campus madness, by Michael Shermer: In a 1946 essay in the London Tribune entitled “In Front of Your Nose,” George Orwell noted that “we are all capable of believing things…

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Rage is Not a Strategy

There is a short fable about two men walking in the jungle when they come face to face with a large tiger. One of the explorers quickly but quietly unlaces his boots and proceeds to put on a pair of…

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In Search of a New Struggle

One of the head winds facing progressivism is their own success that they are unwilling to accept.  In the absence of the great civil rights issues of the 1960’s, they push much weaker issues with much greater passion.  Ben Shapiro…

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The Rebellion Against the Politically Correct

From Joel Kotkin at The Daily Beast, Trump Will Go Away, but the Anger He’s Stirred Up Is Just Getting Started: And then there’s the mountain rebellion against political correctness. Relative few Americans have much patience with such things as “micro-aggressions,”…

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Stepford Students

From The Spectator, Free speech is so last century. Today’s students want the ‘right to be comfortable’ by Brendan O’Neill; If your go-to image of a student is someone who’s free-spirited and open-minded, who loves having a pop at orthodoxies,…

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Cynical Commentary on Stereotypes

Occasionally I watch Bill Maher’s Real Time on HBO, but I find it worthless either as any insightful commentary which I think it poses to be or as any provider of any depth or understanding of any of the political…

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