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James Damore and the Radicalization of Angry White Men


Sam Levin, The GuardianFor the YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, the Google manifesto was personal and painful. After reading the news of engineer James Damore’s 10-page memo criticizing diversity initiatives, her daughter asked: “Mom, is it true that there are biological reasons why there are fewer women in tech and leadership?” …

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Anti-Trumpers Learning Nothing in Time for 2020


Victor Davis Hanson, Am. GreatnessJust seven months into Donald Trump’s administration we are already bombarded with political angling and speculations about the 2020 presidential race. No one knows in the next three years what can happen to a volatile Trump presidency or his psychotic enemies, but for now such pronouncements…

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Why Won’t Trump Call Out Radical White Terrorism?


Jeffrey Goldberg, The AtlanticOn November 15, 2015, as the world grappled with the horrors of a multipronged ISIS attack in Paris, Donald Trump, who was then an improbable but officially declared candidate for the presidency, tweeted, “When will President Obama issue the words RADICAL ISLAMIC TERRORISM? He can’t say it, and unless he will, the problem will not be solved!”…

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Trump’s Agenda, U.S. Conservatism Have No Room for Racists


Kassy Dillon, The HillTheir philosophies are indefensible. Conservatives should continue to make clear that the “alt-right,” despite their name, is a perverse and dangerous movement that does not represent conservatism. White supremacy was virtually eradicated from our country generations ago. These racists are not conservative, nor are they “conserving” anything. They are trying to bring back something that was already destroyed….

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