Tag Archives: Due Process

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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The Making of a Witch Hunt

The Chicago Tribune published an editorial last week criticizing Tony Robbins comments recently about MeToo.  I’ll get into Robbin’s comments in the next section, but in essence Robbins told stories about powerful businessmen he knew who were reluctant to hire … Continue reading

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Hillary, Kesha, and a Bankrupt Illinois – Victims make Poor Teammates

Accountability is what separates the strong from the weak. Whether that be accountability to oneself, or to those around you. Accountability no less lies at the heart of individualism, for if we trust ourselves to rely on the endeavor of … Continue reading

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Safe Campus Act – The Irony of “Liberals” opposing Due Process

One piece of current legislation going through Congress is the Safe Campus Act (congressional record here). The point of the legislation is to provide meaningful due process protections for both the accused and the accuser. Sexual assault is a serious … Continue reading

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