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Light Entertainment:
The (Implicitly) White Music of Scott Walker

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No Regrets: Writings on Scott Walker
Edited by Rob Young
London: Orion, 2012.

“I’ve come far from chains/From metal and stone/From makeshift designs/And seeking a star” — Scott Walker, “Rhymes of Goodbye”

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My New Year’s Resolutions

Image courtesy of Harold Arthur McNeill

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Every year, near the end of December, I establish plans for the coming year. The centerpiece of these plans is ten resolutions – no more, and no less. I’ve had a lot of practice at this, and I’ve discovered that more than ten major resolutions is usually too ambitious, whereas fewer than ten is not ambitious enough.  Read more …

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The Old Order vs. the New Right

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By a quirk of fate, a Black toddler ended up being raised in an Amish community in Lancaster County. A couple decades later, he’s a fugitive leading the cops on high-speed chases, a thorn of deviance in the side of the Amish community’s pathetic Amish Mafia underbelly.   Read more …

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How the Irish Became White, Part 3

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Part 3 of 3

Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

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Another Triumph of Diversity & Democracy
Hawaii Appoints Jewish US Senator Brian Schatz

US Senator Brian Schatz (D.-Hawaii)

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US Senator Brian Schatz (D.-Hawaii)

The latest, and at age 40 youngest, US Senator is Hawaiian Democrat Brian Emanuel Schatz. He obtained his lofty post not by election but by appointment. As an incumbent, he will enjoy a built-in advantage when he campaigns for election in late 2014, which he intends to do.

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How the Irish Became White, Part 2

Thomas Nast cartoon asserting the equal worth of Irish and blacks

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Part 2 of 3

Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

What are here called the ‘whiteness historians’ ought not to be confused with ‘Whiteness Studies’ (WS) or ‘critical race studies’ (or certain other new ‘disciplines’ favored by ‘the New Know-Nothings’), Read more …

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Estamos presenciando el fin del Imperio Romano

Paul Jamin, “Brenn and his Share of the Spoils,” 1893

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Esta es la pregunta: “¿Estamos viviendo en el año 370 dC, 40 años antes de que Alarico saquease Roma?” O “¿Vivimos en el año 270 dC, poco antes de las drásticas medidas correctivas de los emperadores ilirios, que se apartan de la catástrofe, para prolongar la vida del imperio durante otros dos siglos? ”

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Separatismo vs. Supremacismo

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Nota del autor::

Yo escribí el siguiente ensayo, en junio de 2005. Aquella vez, se distribuyó en Internet bajo el seudónimo de Michael Meehan. Lo escribí en respuesta a una propuesta del libro de Edgar Steele “Racismo Defensivo”, Read more …

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The Relevance of Philosophy to Political Change

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The title of this essay is somewhat misleading, since I am going to argue that philosophy is relevant to all human endeavors, not just politics.[1] Philosophy is not just metapolitical, but meta-everything.[2] But I know you are interested in political change, so that was my hook to get you reading. Furthermore, I will argue that philosophy is more than just relevant to life, but of paramount importance.

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How the Irish Became White, Part 1

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One of Thomas Nast’s 19th-century anti-Irish cartoons

Part 1 of 3

Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

‘We have always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English’. – Winston Churchill

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