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Bait and Switch: The Economics of Female Sexuality

If you agree to a deal, and the terms that come with it, should you be obliged to honor that deal?  Economically, most would say yes.  But what about sexually? Fascinating legal story coming out of Chicago in recent weeks: … Continue reading

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Unintended Consequences – The Puritans of MeToo

It is strange how the things we do often have unintended consequences.  Or as one of my favorite sayings goes: Most of today’s problems are the result of yesterday’s solutions. So it is beyond fascinating how the tearing down of … Continue reading

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Google and the Rise of Asshole Liberalism

Think I might start referring to Progressives as “asshole liberals” … I’m generally not into name-calling, so this is a more tongue-in-cheek statement than anything.  But if the recent events and lawsuit at Google tell us anything, it is how … Continue reading

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Diversity of Thought – The Most Valuable Kind of Diversity

It is rather ironic that “diversity” in our current Progressive era generally means how someone looks.  Or perhaps what hangs between their legs.  Diversity has literally come to mean color, shape, genitalia, outward sexual behavior, appearance, etc. This even spills … Continue reading

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Left Think, Me Think: Bias and the Failure of Modern Higher Education

The failure of modern higher education is that it wants to teach people what to think, not how to think. **Note: Full disclosure here: I taught for several years at a major American university. Outside of technical courses like computer … Continue reading

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Enemy Within – The Danger of a Single Narrative

A couple days ago, writer David Brooks wrote a piece for the New York Times about the Danger of a Single Story.  By that, he was alluding to the notion developing in recent years about the negative consequences of allowing … Continue reading

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