Knowledge, belief, credulity, close-mindedness, etc.: What to do, what to do… Perhaps nothing.
Wetting some of the fray over rights and responsibilities.
The book we all need to read… twice.
John Dickinson once said in defense of rhetoric that “All the law of Coke and the eloquence of Cicero can never influence men who don’t understand you.” And then there’s Milo…
The question is not how do we, since the larger part of humanity has been oppressed since the beginning of time, atone for humanity? Rather it is how do we move forward? How do we create a more tolerant, diverse, and expressive society? To me, this question has nothing whatsoever to do with the past—perhaps Steele is right on this issue and this issue alone.
Where one generation has honored traditions, the generation at hand is whimsical, unorthodox, and living in a fantasy world that may be likened to a saloon, gaining the reputation of “anything goes” over the years. But anything does not go. It shan’t not go.
The problem with being prejudiced against prejudice.
Yorktown: the anti-Williamsburg.
Adrian Rutt shares a vivid historical experience.
No doubt almost every single person who has interested themselves even slightly in politics has heard the terms ‘sheeple’ or ‘kool-aid’ thrown around. And among this hurricane of insults and ‘last words’ that we call politics I’ve always wondered, somewhat disinterestedly, why isn’t it spelled ‘sheople’?
A reply to Dan Scotto on conservatism and the GOP.
The problem with psychology, and the seductive fallacy of “studies have shown.”