Multi-culti pretensions skewered

David Paulin, who inhabits the Austin, TX political ecosystem, has endured yet another Kwanzaa season celebrating a holiday invented out of whole cloth by a Marxist with a violent criminal past. Even my own home town of Berkeley, California has largely given-up on this faux holiday, but not Austin. In fact, if anything, the Texan version of political correctness appears to be, like so many aspects of Texas, bigger than that found elsewhere. On top of lies about Kwanzaa, the locals are peddling nonsense about African traditional values.

On his website The Big Carnival, Paulin deftly and entertainingly eviscerates these pretensions. If you need a pick-me-up during a slack time today, give yourself a treat.

David Paulin, who inhabits the Austin, TX political ecosystem, has endured yet another Kwanzaa season celebrating a holiday invented out of whole cloth by a Marxist with a violent criminal past. Even my own home town of Berkeley, California has largely given-up on this faux holiday, but not Austin. In fact, if anything, the Texan version of political correctness appears to be, like so many aspects of Texas, bigger than that found elsewhere. On top of lies about Kwanzaa, the locals are peddling nonsense about African traditional values.

On his website The Big Carnival, Paulin deftly and entertainingly eviscerates these pretensions. If you need a pick-me-up during a slack time today, give yourself a treat.