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Fatherless

Thanks to decades of progressive parenting and corporate emasculation, the Father, lamed and ailing for a long time, is no more. Our Twitter-empowered, ungovernable children have taken over. Consequently, life in contemporary America is now like life in the Twilight Zone episode “It’s a Good Life,” in which a six-year old boy with otherworldly mental powers terrorizes an entire town into craven submission to his every whim.

It’s a toss up what’s worse: being disappeared into the cornfield or being forced to read Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility.