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Some hopefully deep thoughts about shallow thinking and being mean to people.


Most who've matured out of the hazing, backbiting and virtue-signaling in any leftish political scene look on simplistic, arrogant political correctness today with generous pity. That generous pity is, admittedly, patronizing, but it's hard not to be generous to those whose hearts are, at least ostensibly, in the right place. Yet it's equally difficult not to be patronizing toward unreasonable, self-destructive people.

In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen does some very serious racial thinking about Neanderthals and the New York Times and Sarah Jeong and anti-Whiteness and anti-poor-Whiteness and anti-Andrew-Sullivanness and power struggles within Medieval Studies departments, and how fun but probably not helpful it is to be mean to people mostly in the same boat as you.

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Jeff Dorchen

According to his contacts on LinkedIn, Jeff Dorchen can do just about anything. He’s a visual artist, songwriter/musician, actor, essayist, poet, playwright and screenwriter.


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