Before reading this, it’s useful to see yesterday’s spectacular Jacobinghazi recap. During Jacobinghazi, a deluge of provable and unhinged lies thrown out there by one Sarah Kendzior about public text of all things managed to tar three women as misogynists and rape apologists, one for saying rape should be taken more seriously than [...]
An anonymous emailer at email@example.com sent me this remarkable recap of the tornado of unhinged lunacy that was the Jacobinghazi affair. I uploaded the images to imgur. They appear to read in order as a story. It seems largely accurate, though I’ve never used Stata.
I wrote previously about the dust up caused by Sarah Kendzior’s penchant for intentionally misreading things. She does that a lot. It’s pretty silly.
Anyways, she’s at it again:
Last RT is re: Elizabeth Stoker, who said that I had to be “disciplined” through “character assassination”, as I received rape threats
In my prior post, I commented on Amber A’Lee Frost’s recent piece in Jacobin. As an addendum to that, I thought I might address the issue of Sarah Kendzior’s reaction to this piece.
In the piece, Frost writes at one point:
And I just don’t think the diminutive label of “bro” should be [...]
I write regularly at three different websites and periodically at this one. Presumably that makes it hard for people to keep up with everything. For those who care to keep up with everything, I’ve started an email newsletter. The newsletter consists of a weekly email with links to all of the things I have written [...]
Most of my blogging has moved elsewhere, but I do still occasionally blog here. So this is the top 5 most viewed posts of the year:
But if this is true, then alumni donations are not donations at all. Rather, they’re implicit transactions: alumni pay universities and [...]
The good folks over at Demos have given me an opportunity to write for their Policy Shop blog. So I will begin posting relevant things over there. Those things not relevant to their blog will of course keep coming here.
If you want to keep track of what I am writing here and [...]
What follows is a list of my top five posts from 2012, as measured by pageviews. Popular posts are not necessarily the best posts, but I think most of these are pretty good on the merits as well.
I had a database failure, and for some reason reader comments are not showing up. Because I use disqus, I know those comments are not actually stored in my database. So there is some hope that I will recover them. But for the time, they are gone. Just in case you were wondering.
Edit: They’re [...]