Monthly Archives: October 2019

The case of Judge Lori Landry

The politics of Diversity poisons everything it comes into contact with. The moment diverse populations inhabit the same geographical area, people start asking, “Is my group being treated fairly?” or “Are these disparate outcomes the result of racial animus, or … Continue reading

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Fresh-ground coffee!

If you’ve been making your coffee from pre-ground coffee, STOP RIGHT NOW! Buy one of those small grinders (Fred Meyers has one for about $6) and grind it just before you make it. What a difference! On a more somber … Continue reading

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Quartz’s new hero: A female serial killer

We’re accustomed to reading tales of female heroes who break the Glass Ceiling, and challenge men by becoming successful and powerful. But why settle for this hackneyed trope when other, alternative hero-figures are available – specifically, the female serial killer. … Continue reading

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Stop celebrating Christopher Columbus

Every year, we’re treated to the same routine. Those on the left bash Columbus and white people. Those on the right defend Columbus and white people. Today’s Amren homepage features 4 headlines related to Columbus day: This Week in Verified … Continue reading

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The hypocrisy at Morehouse College

Imagine the uproar if white students openly, and on video, announced that they would feel “disrespected if a black student enrolled in their school.” It would be front-page news for weeks. To their credit, most of the black students of … Continue reading

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College Avenue can do better

I just got back from a visit to Colorado. While there, I visited a university campus, and picked up a copy of “College Avenue.” One of the first articles is called “College Avenue can do better.” Dear readers, Within the … Continue reading

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Hand in hand with progressives

It wasn’t long ago that we learned of Amazon‘s decision to remove all of Jared Taylor’s books from their platform. It was at that point that I decided to boycott Amazon to the best of my ability. It turns out … Continue reading

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Diversity can solve the homeless problem

It’s hard to fathom how I missed this benefit of Diversity all these years. It turns out that Diversity can provide a solution to the homeless problem: NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York police have charged a man with murder … Continue reading

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Gold-diggers complain: Not enough sugar-daddies

Thanks to my friend Diversity Chronicle for sending me this gem from The New York Post: Broke men are hurting American women’s marriage prospects There’s a devastating shortage of men who have their act together, according to a new study … Continue reading

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