I have no way of knowing where the overlap of Tucker Carlson the man and Tucker Carlson the brand occurs. But we have enough body of work on the latter to know what he is implying and to what audience it is aimed, and it is not to be a positive towards people of differences.
It’s A Small World was surprisingly one of my favored rides at Disney World. It was so hokey, but it worked.
Ideological diversity, taco trucks and mosques, immigration, immigration, and more.
Racist rats, trouble in Texas, and more.
Which Game of Thrones characters and/or kingdom could we make not-white?
Paul Bloom’s research on infant morality has turned my assumptions about the origins of racism on its head.
The British National Party gets a lesson in diversity:
The forthcoming issue* of Reason features an exceedingly thoughtful essay by Kerry Howley, in which she argues that libertarianism would be well-served by widening its scope and paying far more attention to infringements on liberty that are the product of cultural forces. It’s an argument familiar to those of us versed in sociological or anthropological…
Using Geraldo Rivera as a barometer of Latino opinion is probably a bad idea, but there was something oddly touching about this (via): I have goosebumps,” says Rivera, 65, born to a Catholic, Puerto Rican father and Jewish mother. He defines himself as the former. … “It finally happened. Wow. Look how the Puerto Rican…
There are more than a few compelling reasons to avoid a completely homogeneous workforce, but Matt Labash’s look at sclerotic diversity industry is still pretty damning (and hilarious): Indeed, Peggy Norris, a private-sector contract consultant who used to work on the government side in procurement, tells me that another consultant, after getting one of her…