Tag Archives: Rational Self-Interest

The Overton Window and Modern Human Tribalism

Since the dawn of Man, humans have organized themselves into groups based on genetic similarity.  These groups cohere around shared customs – language, dress, food, and most critically (for our purposes here) beliefs.  We call these groups tribes. In the … Continue reading

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Their Best Years

So I’ve read a lot of news and opinion pieces over the last few years about how millennial women are struggling to find marriage-able men now that they are getting into their thirties.  Especially in cities, where college-educated women far … Continue reading

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A Monopoly on Violence: The 2nd Amendment and Guns

Anywhere a monopoly on violence exists, free thought will perish. It’s an often misunderstood principle.  Indeed, one thing many Progressives these days don’t understand is that the Second Amendment in the American Constitution is not really about guns … no, … Continue reading

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How to Compete with Women as a Man in a Feminist World

Let’s be clear about one thing: when men and women compete with each other, we all lose. Unfortunately, in the modern Feminist/Progressive world of identity politics and androgynous ideology, men and women now often work side by side, sometimes even … Continue reading

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Bringing back Adulthood

To quote Yale professor William Deresiewicz: Many modern adolescents are “great at what they’re doing but with no idea why they’re doing it.” One of the challenging things about being an rational academic or scientist in the modern American far-left … Continue reading

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Double Bind – This is what Feminist “Equality” looks Like

From Wikipedia: A double bind is an emotionally distressing dilemma in communication in which an individual (or group) receives two or more conflicting messages, and one message negates the other. This creates a situation in which a successful response to … Continue reading

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