Monthly Archives: May 2018

Will the ACLU Part Ways with Free Speech?

The Guardian has a new article explaining How the resurgence of white supremacy in the US sparked a war over free speech. Late last summer, the American Civil Liberties Union faced a mounting crisis over its most celebrated cause, which … Continue reading

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Be Careful What You Wish For

Fox News has an article that say that Twitter [is] carrying out [a] ‘concerted attack’ on free speech, feminists claim. Since feminists have made a concerted attack on the free speech of others, the irony in this is pretty thick. … Continue reading

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In Business, Meritocracy Always Wins

NBC has a new article titled Reality check: Why #MeToo will not stop men from hiring women. Some of the arguments made seem to border on being anti-meritocratic. As the #MeToo movement marches on with no signs of slowing, the … Continue reading

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Climate Change Fatigue in Ontario

Global has a new COMMENTARY: Climate change is the issue of our times — unless you’re an Ontario voter. The world’s big thinkers tell us that the most important issue facing humanity is climate change. And, most of us agree with … Continue reading

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Is There a Male Biological Clock?

The Guardian has an article titled Sorry, guys, your biological clock is also ticking. Do men really have a biological clock? Research from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School confirms that male fertility declines with age. It … Continue reading

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Review of “Winchester”

* * C Winchester is a horror film that claims to be based on real events. Dr. Eric Price (Jason Clarke) is hired by the Winchester rifle company to assess the mental health of its majority owner, Sarah Winchester (Helen … Continue reading

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Vox Distorts the Birthrate Statistics

Take a look at two charts of birthrates by age from the Institute for Family Studies (above) and the Vox article The historically low birthrate, explained in 3 charts (below):                   The Vox chart … Continue reading

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Review of “Red Sparrow”

* * * B This poorly reviewed spy thriller starring Jennifer “Katniss” Lawrence as Dominica Egorova, a Russian dancer who is pressured by her uncle Vanya into joining the FSB, the Russian CIA, is actually very enjoyable. She is sent … Continue reading

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Why Men are Going Their Own Way

I’m going to comment on Medium’s hit piece on MGTOW, MEN ARE LEARNING HOW TO SHARE SOCIETY, AND THEY’RE THROWING TANTRUMS ALONG THE WAY. I believe that articles like these are a big part of the reason why more men are … Continue reading

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Review of “Anon” (mild spoilers)

* * C Anon is a new Netflix science fiction film about a dystopian future where everyone is equipped at birth with eyes that record everything they see and upload the video to the net, where it can be reviewed … Continue reading

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