CAPT. Ed just nukes
Ah, the diversity cult is coming after the most free (and I mean free-don't cost 'nut'n), open, and painfully full of feedback public areas ever created, The Blogosphere.
At a recent Harvard conference on bloggers and the media, the most pungent statement came from cyberspace. Rebecca MacKinnon, writing about the conference as it happened, got a response on the "comments" space of her blog from someone concerned that if the voices of bloggers overwhelm those of traditional media, "we will throw out some of the best ... journalism of the 21st century." The comment was from Keith Jenkins, an African-American blogger who is also an editor at The Washington Post Magazine [a sister publication of NEWSWEEK]. "It has taken 'mainstream media' a very long time to get to [the] point of inclusion," Jenkins wrote. "My fear is that the overwhelmingly white and male American blogosphere ... will return us to a day where the dialogue about issues was a predominantly white-only one." ...
Does the blogosphere have a diversity problem?
Good gracious, no one here cares what or who you are, but what you say. The whole diversity racket is so
How did I know about CAPT Ed's post? Well on the way back from the
I can't squash this any better than
Give it a rest. What a bucket of
Lean over on the book caseMmmmm. Ideas.....
If you really want to get straight
Dr. Thomas Sowell
Get a new towel
OK, first MWR Raffle. First person to identify in the comments section the song, singer, and alblum in the above quote (ok, I added the Thomas Sowell and towel. In the song it is *spit*Norman Mailer*spit* and tailor) gets to use my parking space for a month and gets a 72 hr liberty over any three day weekend.
Speaking of MoDo. The hits just keep on coming.