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Why We Are Privileged

from Sarah Hoyt, Poor Darlings: Most of all you’re privileged because you can work and create and all the spoiled brats can do is take over an institution or an industry, gut it, then wear the skin demanding respect. In the…

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Why the Working Class Rejected Marx

from Sarah Hoyt, Poor Darlings: So the bright men and women who embraced Marxism for all things, particularly as a cure-all to the “greed” and “hatred” that had led to world war one were destined to be disappointed.  The working class…

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Scientific Paradise

from Sarah Hoyt, Poor Darlings: Back in the early twentieth century, when “scientific” everything was shiny and chrome, they were “scientific” governance.  All that bs about semantics, and psychology as a hard science you find in early Heinlein books?  Yep, that…

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Deluded Missionaries

from Sarah Hoyt, Poor Darlings: It’s not what they think they’re doing.  Like deluded missionaries for a doomsday cult, they think they’re fighting for paradise.  Of which more later, and which is why you should pity them.  But it is…

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Tyrannical Equality

from Sarah Hoyt, Tiddlywinks — Threat or Menace? Look, guys, yes, some societies have been more egalitarian than others – mostly very poor societies are egalitarian because everyone is poor. – pioneer societies tend to be more “equal” because everyone…

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The Truth Has Become a Revolutionary Act

Sarah Hoyt writes in her blog According to Hoyt, We’ve Come to the End of Cake, 11/5/12. Excerpts: Collectively we forgot that our wealth was finite and that everything we did meant something else didn’t get done.  We empowered tremendous…

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The War Against Women

In the search for inflammatory rhetoric a jackpot was found with the phrase “the war against women”, usually used to describe Republican social agendas.  I have always found it a bit silly but I avoided any comment probably because I…

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