Daily Archives: September 25, 2017

The Case for Colonialism

Political Science Professor Bruce Gilley pens “The Case for Colonialism”: ABSTRACT: For the last 100 years, Western colonialism has had a bad name. It is high time to question this orthodoxy. Western colonialism was, as a general rule, both objectively … Continue reading

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AI-Based “Hate Speech” Scrubbing

Lion of the Blogosphere on what the future portends, when in the hands of a SJW Silicon Valley: One of the reasons why the internet has become such a bastion of free speech is that there is such a massively … Continue reading

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Scapegoat of the Dems

From “Is ‘White Resentment’ a Scapegoat for Democrats’ Decline?” by the liberal Musa al-Gharbi, a Fellow in Sociology at Columbia University: Here’s one thing I do understand: if the left wants to spend the next four years denigrating whites as irredeemable racists because they … Continue reading

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On the Sudanese Migrant

Of the Nashville church shooting that took place over the weekend, Audacious Epigone points out some interesting angles on the shooter, Sudanese migrant Emanuel Kidega Samson: The Nashville church shooting by a man named Emanuel Samson is obliterating The Narrative from every … Continue reading

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Michelle Goldberg: New NYT Columnist

As Sailer notes today: “New York Times Hires Extremely Diverse New Columnist”. Her name is… drumroll… Michelle Goldberg. And, amazingly, she’s a Lefty. As a welcoming, the NYT posts a brief interview between her and Gail Collins: Gail: Well, you’ve picked … Continue reading

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Brooks & Dreher on Sam Francis

David Brooks’ column “The Coming War on Business” is a reflection on how the great Sam Francis was ahead of his time: The only time I saw Sam Francis face-to-face — in the Washington Times cafeteria sometime in the late … Continue reading

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