Tag Archives: diversity

Not Your Friends

Stacy McCain shares this story, a sad and predictable story of how tolerant those who sport the badge of tolerance really are. In the end, your intentions (or your heart, or your motives) count for nothing — not to the … Continue reading

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Comm(unity) > Diversity

What precisely is achieved by the generic and mother-embrace call to diversity? The word is a mantra and it means different things to different people, which is by design. Words without clear definitions are perfect candidates for posters the mob … Continue reading

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Apple Angles to Exclude Diversity Proposal

This is interesting. Not from a perspective of freedom, because every organization has the right to be as diverse in any way it wishes to, to any extent it wishes to. However, it is interesting in a hypocritical / ironic … Continue reading

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The Banalities of Diversity

When it comes to the modern working landscape, fewer things are more fatuous and risible than the mandatory diversity course. I have heard people state that when taking such a course, “I just failed diversity.” So what do we make … Continue reading

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The Diversity Vapors

Diversity is a nice, neat, compact concept, perfectly fit for bumper stickers and t-shirts among those who call themselves “correct” based upon current polls and perceptions. However, diversity in reality is a non-starter to the very same people. It is … Continue reading

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