Daily Archives: July 9, 2017

Levin’s and MacDonald’s Ineluctable Bond

Pete* writes: As Luke Ford responsibly reminds his readers whenever appropriate, race differences simply won’t go away. Fear and loathing of the question will not help us forward to a better understanding, which is vital to human progress in the … Continue reading

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This Week’s Torah Portion Is Pinchas (Numbers 25:10–30:1)

The story of the zealot Pinchas seems like a good fit for revolutionaries and bloggers (I just celebrated my 20th blogging anniversary). * Pinchas was the son of a man who married Jethro’s daughter, so he was partially descended from … Continue reading

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July 3, 2017 Marked My 20th Anniversary Of Blogging

On July 3, 1997, I bought a real computer for the first time (a PC) for about $1,000, brought it home to the trailer I was renting in Culver City, dialed up to the internet through AOL, and began putting … Continue reading

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Kathy Shaidle On Pseudonyms

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Kathy Shaidle posts: It pains me to agree with Frum, but he’s right. I don’t come from a rich family, or am a Canadian-genetic-lottery-winner like him. Quite the opposite. I have been writing professionally for … Continue reading

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