Patrick O’Hannigan is a father of two who works as a technical writer and editor in North Carolina. He plays diatonic harmonica, enjoys roots music, and considers himself a fan of the Oxford comma, the Dublin pint, and the Lexington barbecue. Patrick’s writing has appeared in defunct publications like “The New Pantagruel” and still-going concerns like “American Spectator Online.” He is not quite as Irish as his name might imply.
By highlighting self-interest and sorting people accordingly, you can imply strength in numbers even where there is none, such as with ‘the black community’ and ‘the LGBT community.’
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