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Category Archives: NYT
The late founder of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, is famous for observing: “In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.” This axiom led Yew … Continue reading
A NYT op-ed titled “What Happened to the Country That Made Us Citizens?” by Naureen Khan begins: The day my parents took their oath of citizenship… You can pretty much predict the rest. My family immigrated to the United States … Continue reading
This modern horror tale, written by Katrin Bennhold, begins: MUNICH — All seems well in Bavaria. The streets are clean, unemployment is practically nonexistent, social benefits are generous and a vibrant sense of identity infuses small villages and big cities … Continue reading
Recent NYT political-diversity hire Michelle Goldberg defends recent public uncivility to various Trump admin personnel because of…. muh abortion bombings from 30 yrs ago! “It’s a little more complicated when the professional racist is the president of the United States”, … Continue reading
Day #2 of the NYT’s Normandy Invasion.
Long day at work… Let me open the NYT to see what happened in the world today.
Since Trump’s election in November of 2016, there has been a steady stream (nearly daily) of Nazi allegories. I thought I’ve seen them all, but this one from the NYT might just take the cake (“How Did the Nazis Gain … Continue reading
I thought, per the NYT & others, that the Alt Right was ‘dead’. Why, then, the need for hit pieces every other day? I see the frequency of such pieces as a fairly reliable gauge of how healthy the Alt … Continue reading
In “Beyond My White Sydney Bubble”, Lisa Pryor offers a maudlin paean to Multiculturalism: SYDNEY, Australia — I have spent most of my life among the mostly white and Australian-born. But slowly over the last few years I have been … Continue reading