Tag: Free Enterprise Project Commentaries

Prepare For The Man-Hate To Boil Back Over

Prepare For The Man-Hate To Boil Back Over

Minority groups supported right-of-center candidates in 2020 at much higher levels than in presidential cycles since 1960. In many areas, the majority of Hispanic votes were cast that way. Black votes for the right soared. Even including the weight of ...
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Biased “Expertise” Is Worse Than Worthless

Biased “Expertise” Is Worse Than Worthless

Few institutions, habits or presumptions have survived the rolling conflagration that has been 2020 without getting a little singed. But few have been razed as thoroughly – burned down to the subbasement timbers and then entombed in concrete from a ...
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Woke Companies, Stop Pandering To Millennials’ Socialism Phase

Woke Companies, Stop Pandering To Millennials’ Socialism Phase

The agitators who indignantly demand that corporations adopt their radical leftwing policy wishlists don’t care a hoot about corporate profits in the near term or into the “sustainable” future. If they did, they’d pause at evidence that they’re urging corporations ...
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When It Comes To Climate Science, Benedict Cumberbatch Is No Sherlock Holmes

When It Comes To Climate Science, Benedict Cumberbatch Is No Sherlock Holmes

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch is a preening twit. It’s a shame to have to say that. He’s been immensely watchable since his long-ago appearance in a not-very-good British one-off series called Fortysomething that he, and mostly Hugh Laurie, saved from being dire. Tremendous Sherlock, ...
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Science Is Real – But They’re Doing It Wrong

Science Is Real – But They’re Doing It Wrong

Have you, too, been irritated by those signs on the lawns of your most unjustifiably smug neighbors – the ones composed of a list of cliches that, depending on how they’re interpreted, are either innocuous bromides, dog whistles to the virtue ...
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Labor Department Demands Microsoft Explain Its Racist Hiring Practices

Labor Department Demands Microsoft Explain Its Racist Hiring Practices

After Microsoft’s recent announcement that it will “double the number of Black and African American people” within its leadership ranks, the Department of Labor has notified the company that its pledge smacks of good old-fashioned racism. As a federal contractor, ...
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Native American Activist: Renaming Teams “Like Another Indian Removal Act"

Native American Activist: Renaming Teams “Like Another Indian Removal Act”

Despite what you may have heard from the once-mainstream news media, huge swathes of Native Americans eagerly seek to retain Native representation throughout American culture – including the Washington Redskins, Cleveland Indians, Florida State Seminoles, and other representation – national ...
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Sheldon Whitehouse's Obsession With the 'Dark' Federalist Society Is Out of Place

Sheldon Whitehouse’s Obsession With the ‘Dark’ Federalist Society Is Out of Place

The Left’s claws and teeth have been bared and bloodied this seminal, shattering year of 2020, tearing into everyone who dares contradict its slavering radicalism as toxic, hateful, racist, and any other canard that might aid it in its cancellation ...
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Abandoning Broken Locales Has Become A Fiduciary Obligation For Firms

Abandoning Broken Locales Has Become A Fiduciary Obligation For Firms

Only an Icarian mixture of high-test naiveté and hubris would lead anyone to dare fate to create more headaches in 2020. One conundrum that has reached, or soon will reach, migraine status for businesses (and families) is whether to move ...
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White Supremacy, The Red Scare, And Moral Panics

White Supremacy, The Red Scare, And Moral Panics

The convulsions of this summer have resolved themselves as simply the latest national moral panic: wildly exaggerated fears of largely imaginary horrors that gallop through the national psyche, spurring delusional theorizing and histrionics displays, but then pass without too much ...
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