- This is a new writer to watch. Coleman Hughes (a black man), excoriates Black Privilege. (H/T CX)
- Two deaths: Gena Turgel who survived four concentration camps and nursed the dying Anne Frank; and Jerry Maren, member of the Lollipop Guild. (H/T BD)
- The poor, poor baby “didn’t have to die”? ‘Scuse me, Mom, but your 23-year-old “baby’s” death was on her own head the moment she decided to invade someone else’s residence.
- Charles Hugh Smith on the politics of collapse.
- Uh oh. Unsurprisingly, I suppose, book publishers are going multicultural.
- Is there anybody alive who thinks the Miss America contest can be made relevant again*, let alone turned into a factory for world leaders? Jonah Goldberg reams the latest PC developments.
- Five ordinary household items that are being used in science.
- The best letter you’ll ever read “to my daughter’s stepmom.” Restore you faith in humanity, that one will.
- Pit bull rescues family from a fire.
* Not that “relevant” was ever a term that leaped handily to mind regarding the Miss America pageant. But there was a day when a winner was a household name and viewers argued hotly that the winner wasn’t as good as their personal pick.