Daily Archives: April 5, 2017

McInnes: God Bless the Right-Wing SJWs

In “God Bless the Right-Wing Social Justice Warriors”, Gavin McInnes perfectly distills the effectiveness of trolling tactics of the Alt-Right. It is a major new front in the ongoing Culture Wars, a cultural appropriation of Saul Alinsky: We’ve taken Saul … Continue reading

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NYT: The Prophet of France’s Fracture

The NYT has a long profile of French political scientist Gilles Kepel written by Robert Worth (“The Prophet of France’s Fracture”). The piece starts with the usual ‘let me display my liberal bona fides’ preface found in any NYT article … Continue reading

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The 2015 Greater Boston Jewish Community Study

The 2015 Greater Boston Jewish Community Study is what Brandeis University concerns itself with. Of Jewish achievement in education: Nine-in-ten (87%) Jewish adults in Greater Boston have earned at least a bachelor’s degree, including six-in-ten (61%) with at least one … Continue reading

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David Bowie or sea slug?

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Elizabeth Warren’s Female Staffers Make 71% of Male Staffers’ Salaries

Meanwhile, from the offices of Senator Social J. Warrior: The gender pay gap in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) office is nearly 10 percent wider than the national average, meaning women in the Massachusetts Democrat’s office will have to wait … Continue reading

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Robert Schiller on Job Automation

What does Nobel-Prize winning economist Robert Shiller think about the Coming Robot Job Automation Apocalypse? Robert Shiller, the Nobel-Prize winning economist who is the Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University, said that automation and artificial intelligence are the trends … Continue reading

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