Apparently I need to be reading Scott Adams.
Don’t refer to a black lady as a "black lady."
Are these two more race-baiting posts from Bryan Caplan? The posts go nicely with Derb’s essay from today, in which he says: "The human beings who populate the economist’s—certainly The Economist’s—imagination are mere tokens. They have no allegiance to nation, faith, family, or the huge old inbred extended families we call races. Still less do they exhibit features so evident to those of us who live outside great universities: pride, stubbornness, folly, misplaced loyalty, and the occasional irresistible urge to cut off one’s nose to spite one’s face. They are not biological entities at all."