The experts tell us people all over the developed world are in the throes of a loneliness epidemic. US Public-health officials say that loneliness is now killing more people than smoking. Japanese media tracks “lonely deaths,” bodies of “kinless”...
The paper's 1619 Project could have been an important public service. Instead it's leftist agitprop.
Kay Hymowitz.@damonlinker gets it exactly right on #1619 project, conceding the need to bring this wrenching history to public attention, but refusing its multiple errors of logic, credulous use of scholarship, and exaggerations.
Between 1980 and 2015, the percentage of children in the United States who are Hispanic nearly tripled, from 9 to 25 percent. Their share is projected to increase to more than one-quarter (26 percent) of the child population by 2020.
Kay Hymowitz@wesyang@Liamjsm Confirm: Hispanics are 18% of population; blacks 12.5%. The future? children under 18: Hispanic 25% and blacks 14%. (Asian kids only 5.4%)