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From CNN: Anti-Semitic incidents rose a whopping 86% in the first 3 months of 2017 By Doug Criss and Carma Hassan, CNN Updated 2:12 PM ET, Mon April 24, 2017 (CNN)In the first three months of this year, the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the US was 86% higher than the same period last year,... Read More
From Fox News: Baltimore tops 100 homicides so far in 2017 Published April 25, 2017 Fox News The city of Baltimore has suffered more than 100 homicides before the end of April for the first time in nearly 20 years. ... As police were discussing that shooting in the afternoon, another man was shot dead... Read More
From the New York Times: Why Is Asian Salad Still on the Menu? By BONNIE TSUI The casual racism of “Oriental Chop Chop“ tells us a lot about who we think is authentically American. On the other hand, this Model Minority's complaint about Salad Racism doesn't include the stock phrase "model minority" so she gets... Read More
Theologian Alastair Roberts ponders Bill Nye and Rachel Bloom: Bill Nye, Progressive Science, and the Threat of Nature Posted on April 26, 2017 by Alastair Roberts Over the last couple of days, I’ve seen a number of people sharing clips from episode 9 of Bill Nye’s new Netflix show, Bill Nye Saves the World. The... Read More
From an NYT obituary: Leonard Reiffel, Who Studied Potential of a Lunar Nuclear Bomb, Dies at 89 By RICHARD SANDOMIR APRIL 26, 2017 ... In sports broadcasting, Dr. Reiffel invented the Telestrator, which allows announcers to draw lines and circles on a television screen to show how a play developed. But even more compelling was... Read More
From the Associated Press: Report seen as evidence presidential election hiked anti-Semitism in U.S. AP April 24, 2017, 5:41 AM NEW YORK -- The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election. The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of... Read More
From the Jerusalem Post: ISRAEL CHARGES TEEN HACKER OVER JCC BOMB THREATS, BLACKMAILING US STATE SENATOR BYYONAH JEREMY BOB APRIL 24, 2017 11:23 Suspect, 18-year-old dual citizen, ran a 'Dark Net' shop offering his intimidation and harassment tactics for money An US-Israeli teen who was arrested in Israel on suspicion of making bomb threats against... Read More
From the NYT op-ed page: What ‘Snowflakes’ Get Right About Free Speech Ulrich Baer THE STONE APRIL 24, 2017 ... During the 1980s and ’90s, a shift occurred in American culture; personal experience and testimony, especially of suffering and oppression, began to challenge the primacy of argument. Freedom of expression became a flash point in... Read More
That we'll probably do it very, very badly. With recent advances in genetic engineering technology, such as CRISPR, making people get excited about the prospect of human genetic engineering again, it's worth pondering just how badly humans have messed up simple dog breeding over the last century. From Science and Dogs: 100 Years of Breed... Read More
From the New York Times: Ta-Nehisi Coates’s ‘Between the World and Me’ Is Coming to the Apollo By ANDREW R. CHOW APRIL 26, 2017 “Between the World and Me,” Ta-Nehisi Coates’s award-winning book exploring racial injustice in America, will be brought to the Apollo stage next April. Mr. Coates’s fiery work — which made him... Read More
From KGW.com in Portland: 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade canceled due to threats Nate Hanson, KGW 12:46 PM. PDT April 26, 2017 (Photo: Rose Festival) PORTLAND, Ore. – The annual 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade in East Portland has been canceled. Just a reminder: this rose-related parade in Portland is not the massive New Year... Read More
The quick rise of "outsider" French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has led to a little more research into his background, such as his 2014 attendance at the annual Bilderberg Conference. (Above are all the "M"-named people from the list released by Bilderberg). Conspiracy theorists love the Bilderberg Conference because it really does bring together for... Read More
There's never a shortage of ironic news out of the Claremont Colleges in SoCal. Last week, Pomona students were outraged against conservative intellectual Heather Mac Donald and this week they are outraged against leftist intellectual Alice Goffman. From my new column in Taki's Magazine on "More Hysterics on Campus:" ... Meanwhile, Pomona College’s hiring of... Read More
From a press release on a big new genome study of 161 dog breeds: Ostrander and her colleagues have spent years sequencing dog genomes but can also frequently be found out in the field at dog shows, recruiting dog owners to participate in the study. "If we see a breed that we haven't had a... Read More
A number of years ago, the menace of "bullying" was all the rage, although it was never clear whether NPR was so worked up over it because they'd gotten a memo from the Obama Administration or whether the Obama Administration was sending out memos because they all listened to NPR. In any case, it was... Read More
Kyle Walker of TCU has put together a giant dot map for the entire United States of neighborhoods by population level (red bad, blue good). Above is the San Francisco Bay area and below is NYC. (Here are additional instructions.)
Ethnic turf marking is becoming ever more obsessive. Here's a story that the Los Angeles Times is treating in depth. Monterey Park east of downtown Los Angeles became the stepping stone in the 1970s to the Chinese take over of the suburban San Gabriel Valley. From the Los Angeles Times: A proposed statue with a... Read More
From The New Republic: From Slate: What the deal with the postmodern academics' love affair with "interrogating?"
From the NYT: With Ally in Oval Office, Immigration Hard-Liners Ascend to Power By NICHOLAS KULISH APRIL 24, 2017 ... For years, a network of immigration hard-liners in Washington was known chiefly for fending off proposals to legalize the status of more people. But with the election of a like-minded president, these groups have moved... Read More
Commenter Mobi points out that the press has decided it's very important that you think of 39-year-old French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron as an outsider. If you read the fine print rather than the headlines, you might get the impression that Macron is the distilled essence of the French ruling class. But that would be... Read More
Have her apply to MIT or Caltech rather than Harvard or Stanford. From commenter Triumph104: For the Fall of 2015, Caltech admitted 6% of 4781 male applicants and 16% of 1725 female applicants. Stanford admitted 5% of 22,831 male applicants and 5% of 19,666 female applicants. MIT admitted 6% of 12,750 male applicants and 13%... Read More
I just found out that the pet shop is threatening to repossess a family friend's dog. I hadn't known that dog-leasing was a Thing, just like the family friend didn't know when she signed the contract thinking she was buying the puppy outright (the pet shop owner made sure not to explain the contract was... Read More
I don't see any vote totals yet, but everybody is talking about Macron first, Le Pen second moving into the second round in two weeks.
https://youtu.be/r3iGexhML7A?t=09s It's really not that hard to show anti-First Amendment rioters that the rule of law in the state of Alabama does not allow masked people to loiter in public. Wearing a mask to a speech is also, technically speaking, illegal in California, and under federal law, but California politicians tend to be on the... Read More
From an NYT review of a book about an English acting troupe that put on Hamlet in 190 countries (pretty much every country except North Korea and Syria) between 2014-2016: Keeping up an exhausting pace for months on end — Lesotho on the 1st of April, Swaziland on the 3rd, Mozambique on the 5th, Malawi... Read More
A bizarre but popular bit of Science Denialist conventional wisdom that emerged out of a 2000 ceremony that Bill Clinton hosted in the Rose Garden for the Human Genome Project was the myth that modern genetic analysis had some proven that traditional racial designations were mass psychoses that didn't reflect underlying genetic differences. In reality,... Read More
Clinton cabinet secretary Robert Reich has been on a hot streak lately, twice claiming that the masked leftists who beat up Milo fans in Berkeley in February must have been rightwing "outside agitators:" as he memorably hinted: "Connect these dots." Later in February, Reich, a professor at Berkeley, tweeted: Now Reich is promoting a new... Read More
Commenter res calls our attention to a 2012 study from the Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis regarding public school teachers and principals: Race and the Principal Pipeline – Center for Education Policy Analysis Thus, black principals are relatively over-represented in the principal workforce compared to teachers. … This result is somewhat surprising given that... Read More
Complaints about violence and repression of free speech on campuses raises counter-claims about protests against the dominant side. But an important distinction to keep in mind is free speech vs. paid speech or, in the case of Angela Davis, expensive speech. Here’s an example of anti-paid speech right wing activism from the Texas Tech Toreador... Read More
Ideologically, France remains the second or third most important country in the world after the U.S. and perhaps Britain because of, among other reasons, the lucidity of French prose, the fame of its history (for example, I could give you a rough outline off the top of my head of the history of France since... Read More
The liberal Brennan Center at NYU has a report out on crime trends that tries to shore up the reputation of the Obama Administration, but the details can be alarming. It begins on a cheerful note: Crime Trends: 1990-2016 Matthew Friedman, Ames Grawert, James Cullen April 18, 2017 Crime has dropped precipitously in the last... Read More
From the New York Times: Where Did All the Black Teachers Go? Editorial Observer By BRENT STAPLES APRIL 20, 2017 ... States and localities with significant black populations are beginning to recognize the whiteness of the teacher corps as an obstacle to student achievement. At the same time, statistics show that districts are doing a... Read More
Berkeley Campus On Lockdown After Loose Pages From ‘Wall Street Journal’ Found On Park Bench NEWS IN BRIEF 4.20.17 BERKELEY, CA—Advising students to remain in their dormitories and classrooms until the situation was resolved, the University of California, Berkeley declared a campuswide lockdown Thursday after several loose pages from The Wall Street Journal were found... Read More
From the new book Shattered: Inside Hillary's Doomed Campaign about the 2016 run by Hillary Clinton, history's best-qualified Presidential candidate. https://youtu.be/yfl6Lu3xQW0?t=08s (From Jeff Stein at Vox)
From Fox26: Florida man accused of biting dog POSTED:APR 19 2017 05:19PM CDT BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - A Brevard County man was arrested, accused of biting the family dog. Police said the suspect told them he was trying to "teach the dog a lesson." According to investigators, Zachary Kelly, 30, became upset... Read More
This New York Times article below is a good example of the barely existent distinction between outright Fake News versus The Narrative. The NYT manages to reassuringly mislead its subscribers by putting Real News in a distorted order. Berkeley Cancels Ann Coulter Speech Over Safety Fears By THOMAS FULLER APRIL 19, 2017 SAN FRANCISCO —... Read More
From NPR: 'Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And Blacks April 19, 20178:32 AM ET by Kat Chow She's just trolling, right? I dare you to make an insensitive joke about the unfortunate nickname I use! The perception of universal success among Asian-Americans is being wielded to downplay racism's role... Read More
In my new column "Hogwash 101" in Taki's Magazine, I cite Spotted Toad's blogpost about how Harry Potter has become a surprisingly obsessive allegorical tool for liberals’ opposition to the Trump Administration He quoted a New York Times oped by a high school girl touring colleges: I was surprised when many top colleges delivered the... Read More
The word "soul" has been commonly associated with African-Americans at least since W.E.B. Du Bois's 1903 book The Souls of Black Folk. For example, soul music, soul food, James Brown as Soul Brother #1 ... I would imagine that the popular equation of "black" and "soul" has been, on the whole, good for blacks. But... Read More
As I mentioned in my new Taki's Magazine column, "Hogwash 101," postmodern academic theorists love the verb "interrogate," even though it has a distinctly secret police aura that I always associate with Gestapo officer Major Wolfgang Hochstetter in Hogan's Heroes. For example, from The Guardian: Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Judith Butler showed me the transformative... Read More
From commenter Jack D: An important concept in the New Economy is “curation”. A desirable cheese shop, wine store, sock store, olive oil store, etc. doesn’t just put a random bunch of stuff on the shelf like some Wal-Mart and expect you to figure out what you really like. Rather they present you with a... Read More
From my new column in Taki's Magazine: American academia markets itself as progressive if not downright radical. For example, here’s a self-description by an assistant professor of Critical Identity Studies at Beloit College: She intervenes in popular visual media like reality television to interrogate how time moves and for whom to catalog desire and identification... Read More
Harvey Mudd is one of the Claremont Colleges in Southern California, along with Pomona, Claremont McKenna, Scripps, and Pitzer. Harvey Mudd specializes in science and engineering for undergrads. Alumni often claim that it's a better undergrad school than nearby Caltech, which is extremely grad oriented. From Wikipedia: Harvey Mudd today still maintains the highest rate... Read More
After mob violence at Claremont McKenna College against people trying to hear intellectual Heather Mac Donald speak on criminal justice, the president of the affiliated Pomona College David Oxtoby sent out an email: Academic Freedom and Free Speech Published: Friday, April 7, 2017 I am troubled by last night’s events, during which access to a... Read More
Here's a story I'd never heard before about a nuclear fuel plant in Apollo, PA, from Foreign Policy: What Lies Beneath BY SCOTT C. JOHNSON The nuclear mess in Parks could hold clues to yet another mystery in this Pennsylvania community, one that has bedeviled nuclear analysts for decades. Beginning in the early 1960s, investigators... Read More
From ABC News last February: U.C. BERKELEY BLAMES 'MASKED INDIVIDUALS' FOR VIOLENCE by Cornell Barnard Friday, February 03, 2017 BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) -- Some call it a group, others call it a tactic but regardless, Black Bloc caused a lot of damage at U.C. Berkeley Wednesday. RELATED: Police criticized for lack of action during Berkeley... Read More
Not only is Trump completing the system of German idealism that Kant couldn't, but Trump has finally made it appropriate for nice white people to worry about the World's Most Important Graph. You see, as long as you can Blame Trump for Africa's burgeoning billions, it's not racist to think white people ought to do... Read More
From the Sacramento Bee: Gender is no longer so simple, so what’s all the fuss over ‘they’? BY ERIKA D. SMITH APRIL 07, 2017 6:00 AM esmith@sacbee.com Maybe it’s because it’s a four-letter word. All I know is, for a pronoun, the word “they” can sure tick a lot of people off. It has been... Read More
In the past, affirmative action for black schoolteachers, especially black male teachers, was usually justified with a Role Model rationale: It's good for poor black children, especially black boys, to see that some blacks grow up to have respectable jobs where they show up to work on time. (Another reason offered more quietly was the... Read More
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