Monthly Archives: October 2021

Academics Bemoan Inequality, but are Clueless as to Its Cause

Sarah Al-Arshani, writing for Medium, reports An NYU professor says fewer men going to college will lead to a ‘mating crisis’ with the US producing too many ‘broke and alone’ men. What is the solution? Fewer men than women are … Continue reading

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Fertility: Screw Society, But Don’t Screw Yourself

Rhiannon Cosslett of the Guardian laments that Women are still being blamed for society‚Äôs problems with fertility. In the sage words of Turd Flinging Monkey, “women have the babies”. So how are women not to blame? Female students at the … Continue reading

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Who Will Been Right in the End?

According to Fatima Ibrahim, co-founder of Green New Deal Rising, Only noisy protest makes politicians take action to avoid climate catastrophe. What action are these noisy protests demanding? Before attempting to force politicians to take action (i.e. spend our money), … Continue reading

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Stop Demanding Change Without Specifics

Heather Short writes Why I resigned from my tenured position teaching climate science in college. She repeats over and over the need to take decisive, systematic action, but never mentions what that would entail. I have enjoyed my nearly 15 … Continue reading

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