At first I thought “black privilege” was some kind of joke, a Chapelle-esque riff on the absurdities of how we talk about race in America. Indeed, reading about it in articles by people who take the idea seriously is like stepping into a parallel universe where black is literally white and white is black.
But as soon as I dismissed the idea my Google Trends graph for “black privilege” blew up:
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Meryl Streep may not be overrated, but the Hollywood Left surely is. The very idea of a Hollywood Left at a time when the war on unions, free speech, the 4th amendment, and rising wages has essentially been won is indicative of how neutered the real American Left has become.
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Trading floors are just as real as factory floors because there’s no such thing as a “real economy.”
By this I mean that there’s no easily distinguishable difference between the “real” economy and some “other” economy that’s less real, or, not really real at all.
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