September 19, 2017

limits to Diversity

Fay Voshell

VDH has a good piece on the limits of "diversity." Pertinent, I think, to the ]link=]woman's "cotton bawl.".

Diversity Can Spell Trouble

A word from Dana Mathewson

Most people, including blacks, have better things to do. Kind of makes you believe all this stuff is orchestrated, doesn't it?

I don't remember any protests back in the 60's when Harry Belafonte sang:

"Now, when those cotton balls get rotten,
You can't pick very much cotton
In them old cotton fields at home."

As nasty as Harry's become these days, he'd probably be out there protesting himself now.

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