Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Staying in Business

Social Justice Warriors Define Bigotry Down So They Can Stay In Business. Faced with the possibility that bigotry as previously defined is largely eradicated, the machinery of activism is under quite a strong incentive to remain in business. By Addison Del Mastro
Excerpt: In 1938, President Franklin Roosevelt founded the March of Dimes to combat polio. You read that right. This piece of trivia is not as widely known anymore, because polio was effectively eradicated in 1955 with the widespread introduction of the Salk vaccine. So why does the March of Dimes still exist, now as an organization researching, much more famously, birth defects? Put simply, when faced with the prospect of either closing up shop or changing missions, they chose the latter.

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