Category Archives: philosophy

Tony Robbins: Mentor, or Misogynist?

The Wrap is covering the controversy over a recent Robbins seminar in Tony Robbins Dragged Over #MeToo Comments. What did he say to draw the media’s ire, and what are people saying about it? “If you use the #MeToo movement … Continue reading

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Why Won’t Men Commit to Marriage?

The Spectator has a new article that claims Commitment-phobic men are the real reason women are having children later. Is this true? We are becoming a nation of older mothers. The average age at which a woman has her first … Continue reading

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WebHelper Adware Cleanup

One of the problems with Windows is the prevalence of adware, unwanted crap that people bundle with “free” software to make money. One such piece of crap is WebHelper, which comes along for the ride if you install the utorrent … Continue reading

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Walmart Robot Army Wants Your Jobs

CBS has an article about automation called Walmart Launches Small Army Of Autonomous Scanning Robots. Let’s have a look. Artificial intelligence will soon be put to work at Walmart stores around the country. And it could be a game-changer for retail. … Continue reading

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Christian Conservatism and Individualism

Is it true that Christian Conservatism Is Inherently Hypocritical? If you look at the world through a collectivist lens, you might think so, but you’d be wrong. Despite the fact that God commands us to “fear not” 365 times throughout … Continue reading

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Executives Order Gender Segregation

The Chicage Tribune has a new article that talks about how ‘#MeToo has a chilling effect on camaraderie’. They have some interesting anecdotes to report. A lobbyist flies solo from Texas to Washington to press his case on the Hill, … Continue reading

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Extreme Global Warming in Prehistory

In the distant past, about 56 million years ago, the earth experienced global warming on a much larger scale than what climate scientists are predicting we will see in the worst case due to current natural warming and additional warming … Continue reading

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