I’m Privileged. Do You Want to Know What I Had for Breakfast? Of Course You Do.

This post began as an essay about “white privilege,” but before I wrote a single word, I realized that my reasoning had changed.  Not because the idea of “white privilege” has jumped the shark and is no longer the sole province of diversity shills, being taken up as it has by the obnoxious Bill O’Reilly, […]

Bite the Bullet: Dartmouth and the Diversity Trainer

Last week there was a dust-up at Dartmouth College. During accepted students’ day, the Ivy with the biggest inferiority complex had its “Dimensions Welcome Show” disrupted by a group of current students whose urgent message required that their voices be heard. Explains one of the messengers: Attempting to engage in a real conversation about the […]