Well, not nothing. There’s something to the final image in the final episode (I’m not going to spoil it. Watch … Continue reading The End of House of Cards: Sound and Fury Signifies Nothing
The inestimable John McWhorter: It’s been a shoe that had yet to drop. The praise for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical phenomenon … Continue reading There are Never Enough Witches for the Witch-Hunters: Hamilton and Race-Flailing
First, a nice Mark Steyn obit on Mayor Thomas Menino of Boston makes a salient point: But, if you’re a … Continue reading Authority, Misandry, and Mixing: A Few Links to Start the Week
Discharged from the Naval Reserve after testing positive for cocaine? Regrettable. But to begin disbarrment hearings? That would require conviction … Continue reading When You’re the Son of the Vice-President, The Laws are Squishy….
Daddy Warpig has the details. It’s tempting to read too much into this and declare victory. But even if this … Continue reading GamerGate Scores: Intel Pulls Ads
First, the lovely indictment not just of Senator Landrieu, but of all that she represents: Second, a detail exposition of … Continue reading It is a Good Day to Meet Elbert Guillory
Historical Racism, defined either as discrimination formalized in law or as open white supremacist hostility, has ceased to excite progressives in proportion to the degree it has vanished from American public life. In order to maintain their cultural edge, the Left has instead declared war on the more nebulous (and thus, easier to accuse) “White privilege”. This concept has a long and tenuous definition, but in practice means that the white may not speak to or about the nonwhite in any way that sounds bad to the latter. If the nonwhite says it is offensive, then it is offensive. Full stop. Intent does not matter.
David P. Goldman, whose magisterial good sense is to be found all over his “Spengler” column, analyzes secular progressivism as … Continue reading Yes, Secularism is a Religion, and Here are its Witch Trials
By RS McCain. Myerson is the bourgeois equivalent of the kind of semi-educated twerp who slicks his hair to that … Continue reading Useful Idiot Jesse Myerson Gets Slapped Around Like a Red-Head Stepchild
I first read Ayn Rand in college, and enjoyed her insofar as she expressed things I had previously pondered but … Continue reading The Discreet Charms of the New Class