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Daily Archives: May 23rd, 2012

Why Immodest Dress is a Form of Aggression, Part II

  BUCK writes: We  need tart reform.

A Pizza Give-Away

  I HAVE tirelessly attempted to prove to readers of this site that pizza is the Trojan Horse of Western society. I realize that many readers remain unconvinced, even to the point of consuming Domino’s two or three times a week. Some people believe I bear some perverse grudge against pizza, which is the staff of life, and that this grudge probably […]

Why Immodest Dress is a Form of Aggression

  IN the post on Valerie Trierweiler, the live-in girlfriend of French president François Hollande, I referred to the outfit she wore to his swearing in — a dress that allowed full view of her upper thigh — as a form of “sexual aggression.” This idea that women display aggression by their choice of revealing clothing is foreign […]

Are Hindus Persecuting Christians? Yes

  JANE S. writes: Priya writes in the discussion on Hindu patriarchy: “I am not distorting any fact. There is no Christian persecution by Hindu society in general.” Here is the Wikipedia entry on violence against Christians in India, which includes arson of churches, burning of Bibles, raping of nuns, murder of priests, desecration of Christian cemeteries, […]

An Important Rule: Never Interfere with Black Parents

  DIANA writes: This article about  British man stabbed to death after he asked a restaurant patron if his crying daughter was okay gives me the opportunity to add my paragraph to John Derbyshire’s now-infamous  “The Talk.” I would say to white people, never interfere in anything going on between a black parent and child. Steer […]

More on Georgetown and “Catholic” Branding

  IN THE entry on William Peter Blatty’s suit against Georgetown University, which he claims is no longer a Catholic institution, Vincent C. writes: The Society of Jesus, aka Jesuits, is in theory responsible for the administration of Georgetown University. When they chose as President of the University a non-Jesuit – and non cleric – for […]