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The left-of-center is in a profoundly strange and deeply unhealthy place. In the span of a decade or less a bizarre form of linguistically-radical but substantively-conservative identity neoliberalism descended from decaying humanities departments in elite universities and took over.
3 days ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
That One Side Would Like to Utterly Destroy the Other Side Seems Significant, To Me
7 days ago by jet199 to /s/politics from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Will BlackLivesMatter Fall Into the Elephant's Graveyard of Social Movements? It’s kind of astonishing, when you roll it around in your mind, what BlackLivesMatter meant in 2020 and no longer means in 2021.
13 days ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Genes Believe in You, by Freddie deBoer. This simple observation about the world - that genes matter for our behavior - is not only not treated as banal but as a marker of irredeemable bigotry by many in liberal society.
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/science from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Catcher in the Rye is a boy book and Charles Bukowski is a boy writer and Hemingway writes about boy stuff and this is somehow meant to be deeply embarrassing for their fans. Being judged by strangers must be terrifying instead of meaningless.
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/books from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Quickie: For a Lot of Parents, the Point of Private School is to Keep Their Kids Away from Black Kids
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/Education from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Antifa is a Fatherless Child. You don’t actually think that torching a Walgreens in Chicago in 2020 is the same as getting into a street fight with the PNF in 1926 and this conversation would be less tedious if you stopped pretending you did.
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/politics from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Planet of Cops. The woke world is a world of snitches, informants, rats. Go to any space concerned with social justice and what will you find? Endless surveillance. Everybody is to be judged. Everyone is under suspicion. Everything you say is to be scoured, analyzed for any possible offense.
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Who Tells Them Things They Don't Want to Hear? The social and professional culture within The New York Times is notoriously toxic, the confluence of people with immense career ambitions and total shamelessness about using social justice rhetoric to attack their enemies.
2 months ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Anti-Zionism is Perfectly Mundane. So many I know feel not just that Israel’s reactionary politics and frightening extremists are contrary to their most basic values, but also that they were lied to, that the “never again”s were used to sell them on a vision of a country that doesn’t exist.
2 months ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Everything Gawker Existed to Satirize Has Been Destroyed
2 months ago by Chipit to /s/Satire from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Liberal skepticism towards educational assessment is totally unjustifiable through reference to the evidence. They constantly repeat canards like “these tests only measure how well you take the tests,” which mostly have no content and to the degree that they do are demonstrably untrue.
3 months ago by Chipit to /s/Education from freddiedeboer.substack.com
“Do you denounce Trump?” Elite liberals, as a class used to comfortable and orderly lives, were massively freaked out by the election of Donald Trump, and what they have demanded in turn is not a new and better political movement but for everyone else to be freaked out too. By Freddie DeBoer.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/politics from freddiedeboer.substack.com
What Do We Do with Education Research? What are the issues with education research? Methodological and data issues. Publication and replication issues. Conflicting results facilitate selective reading. Institutional capture and optimism bias. Accurately measured but controversial conclusions.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/science from freddiedeboer.substack.com
They Tell Me the Cruelty is the Point, by Freddie deBoer. Chris Lehmann wrote something of such special cruelty that I am moved to write in anger. I was surprised that this piece had caused outrage, but then I remembered that it was published in The New Republic and so no one has actually seen it.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Please, Think Critically About College Admissions. Research has found again and again that considering GPA+SAT results in the most accurate predictions of college success.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/Education from freddiedeboer.substack.com
You (Still) Can't Sit with Us. This is where we are with media: people are so deeply habituated to the obsession with being popular that they literally can’t comprehend the possibility of someone for whom popularity is not a goal.
Was Japan an imperial power? Ah, but the Japanese are not white. And for many people in the anti-imperialist left, all historical crimes, especially imperialism, are assumed to be the product of white people and their actions, however many mental hoops you have to jump through to get to that point.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
You Aren't Actually Mad at the SATs - Freddie deBoer. Liberals repeat several types of myths about the SAT/ACT with such utter confidence and repetition that they’ve become a kind of holy writ. But myths they are. SATs/ACTs don’t predict college success. They do, indeed.
5 months ago by Chipit to /s/Education from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Traditional media has produced yet another anti-Substack piece, this time by Helen Lewis in The Atlantic. Substack’s supposed cynicism, and the supposed cynicism of being anti-cancel culture, are never meaningfully posed against a less cynical traditional media or woke culture.
5 months ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Freddie deBoer: "If every word that they have said about the perfidy and self-destruction of the Palestinians was correct, it would make no difference. The moral obligation falls on the dominant party, and Israel is beyond dominant."
5 months ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from freddiedeboer.substack.com
We are delivering the message, over and over, that good progressive people politicize everything. This is a relentless idea in mainstream media now, that any resistance to viewing any part of the human experience through the lens of social justice politics reveals a profound lack of sophistication.
Is Covid moralism forever? - Freddie deBoer. You would think the introduction of highly effective vaccines would dramatically alter the rhetoric for all of us. Yet for some of our loudest warriors, it has not. Not at all. The crime is wanting better times to be here.
The idea that I “just write about cancel culture” is, for the record, a lie. Suppose I was just an anti-cancel culture writer in a cynically motivated way, that it’s all for the cash. Not being woke essentially freezes you out of writing for 80% of the national publications in this country.
6 months ago by Chipit to /s/politics from freddiedeboer.substack.com
It's All Just Displacement
7 months ago by jet199 to /s/MediaAnalysis from freddiedeboer.substack.com