You are now logged in. Forgot your password? I confess a semi-secret weakness for John Derbyshirethe grumpy National Review writer and math geek.
Following an outcry that included many of his own colleagues, John Derbyshire has been let go by the National Review. Ocasio-Cortez and Markey have worked together as the primary sponsors of the Green New Deal, the signature legislative issue for both lawmakers. Not just in Massachusetts, but across the country.
I have been getting an exceptional quantity of mail — paper mail, not e-mail — about a piece I wrote for National Review last December. Not many of my correspondents were interested in metaphysics. What mainly caught their eyes, and what they wanted to take issue with, were the following two sentences:.
My home page All reviews Human sciences index. We are, as everyone knows, living in the, or a, "gay moment. I favor the usage "homosexualist" for people who are activist about their sexual orientation, versus "homosexual" for people who are merely, and privately, homosexual. Among homosexualists there are many whose devotion to what Christopher Isherwood famously called "my kind" is as intense as anything that can be shown by the followers of any religion or political ideology.
I'm usually sanguine when it comes to liberal hyperventilation about bigots on the right. Yes, they exist. But no, they do not define conservatism and, even if they did, they are best countered by argument, not insult or marginalization.
In a letter to the college community on Thursday, Adam Falk said the views espoused in the writings of John Derbyshire have no place in the school's discourse. We've found the line. Derbyshire is a former columnist for National Review magazine whose writings have been condemned by some as racist.
Where is that guy when I need him? Not much escapes those patrols. Anything you say in public that annoys or offends homosexuals will always draw a bagful of mail from them.
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Like John Derbyshire. Or keyboard. Over the past few years notable conservatives have publicly withdrawn from their conservative labels and organizations, rebranding themselves as independents, moderates, or preferring to just affix no labels whatsoever.