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In “Colleges skimp on science, spend big on diversity” (Washington Examiner), Michael Barone largely rehashes Heather Mac Donald’s “Less Academics, More Narcissism” (City Journal) from July of last year, explaining that our government’s idea of “investing in education” is firstly to throw money away on a failing public school system, presumably to close the “achievement […]

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Racial discrimination isn’t simply wrong, suggests University of Wisconsin-Madison law professor Ann Althouse in a recent blog post, it’s actually a rather complex issue — that is, provided you’re discriminating against white people. To illustrate her arguably blatantly racist belief, Althouse provides a clip she edited from an October 17 hearing before the Assembly Committee […]

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From Psychology Today, six days ago (H/T Sofia): “Want to know what ‘race’ is or isn’t? Don’t ask the dictionary!” by Dr. Mikhail Lyubansky, a psychology professor at the publicly funded University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The article is about what you would expect from the author of “A Manifesto Against Truth.” (For my take […]

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I am reminded of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s line from the classic film “Commando” (1985). As I recall, he was eating breakfast with a very young Alyssa Milano: Why don’t they just call him Girl George? It would cut down on the confusion. Wait, that’s not right. No, he had just shot Sharon Stone in the head […]

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