Tag Archives: Witch Hunts

What would a World where we “Believe All Women” look like?

The Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination process over the last couple weeks has highlighted how much our culture has changed in terms of male-female dynamics.  As well as issues of whether we should believe every sexual assault allegation simply on … Continue reading

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Women Lie – When Common Sense becomes Counterintuitive

Over at The Red Pill (TRP) sub on Reddit, we have a saying: TRP is the radical notion that women are just people. And just like all people, they have flaws.  Sometimes women cheat, steal …. even lie.  The saying … Continue reading

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A Feminist’s Tale – How to Disempower Your Opponent

In martial arts, there are two basic principles one must master: 1) how to attack, and 2) how to prevent your opponent from counter-attacking.  Many people usually simplify this to attack and defense.  But the reality, which most martial arts … 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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Would Modern Progressives Hate Socrates and Galileo If They Were Alive Today?

Interesting thought experiment: If Galileo or Socrates were alive today, would they be despised by Progressives? Galileo and Socrates – two men who were known iconoclasts, who bucked the dominant Cultural Narrative of their time.  Who challenged the virtue of … 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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