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Daily Archives: April 6th, 2011

Peeling Potatoes

 

The Biggest City in History

  JEFF W. writes: I’ll share with you a thought I had this morning. I have been thinking about how the Internet is a slum. Google, whose business purpose is to gather eyeballs for advertisers, provides easy access to all sorts of trivial, time-wasting garbage, as well as pornography. Facebook encourages the worst in self-centered behavior. […]

Curried Chicken Burgers with Goat Cheese

  HERE IS a recipe I half-invented the other day after an unsuccessful attempt to make homemade Chinese dumplings with homemade wonton wrappers. This case of spectacular cross-cultural hubris resulted in a decent sandwich. If you find ground chicken breast too expensive or too hard to make, ground turkey would work too. The burgers are an adaptation of the curried […]

When Men Reject Marriage on Ideological Grounds

  AS HAS been discussed here before, there is a movement by men in Western society to reject marriage because of the widespread phenomenon of unilateral divorce by women and its accompanying injustices, including the appropriation of property and children. The roots of this movement are understandable. But the prescribed cure, if it involves the refusal to marry […]

White Decline

  According to a new report based on 2010 Census numbers, the population of white children dropped by 4.3 million, or about 10 percent, in the past ten years. The number of Hispanic and Asian children grew by 5.5 million, or about 38 percent. White children are in the minority in ten states.

Politically Incorrect Memories of Child Labor

  A READER writes: While reading your recent entry on child labor and seeing the picture of the child chimney sweep, something began to stir inside my memory. It has taken a few days but my dear Grandma telling me of going to work in the silk mill as soon as she was able has finally bubbled to […]