Sunday, March 20, 2011


Let them eat iPads!
Federal Reserve apologist shows he's totally disconnected from economic reality.
Human prejudice has ancient evolutionary roots
The tendency to perceive outsiders in a "us versus them" context isn't exclusively human but appears to be shared by other primates as well.
NPR’s Middle-Americaphobia
"'All things considered,' that bunch of decrepit pious prisspots at NPR could stand a breath of 'fresh air.' Today’s 'left' is just the inverse Christian Coalition, only more pious and sanctimonious. Cloistered snooty white bluebloods calling people they’ve never met and wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole 'racists.' ”
Why Japanese disaster victims don't riot or loot
" 'Diversity' is a source of conflict and tension, not strength, and the Japanese know it. Thanks to very restrictive immigration [policies], Japan is one of the most homogeneous nations on earth. Its people know that the country belongs to all of them, and they treat it and each other that way. If Japan had let in just a few of the Iraqis and Pakistanis who would love to come, there would not be as many admiring accounts of post-earthquake endurance and self-control."