Homogeneous Thought in the Quest for Diversity

One can only imagine the wave of diversity trainings, unconscious bias seminars, and harassment workshops that is sweeping the corporate world right now.  No doubt dozens of listless workers across the country are shuffling into dismal conference rooms and planting themselves around long rectangular tables in order to listen to a middle aged traveling-salesman-type trainer…

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Mark Zuckerberg: Defender of Bad Ideas

While the world turns its back on Mark Zuckerberg — the man who gave them life as they know it, the man who revolutionized society and our relationships, the man who built the platform on which most of us spend hours a day — I embrace him.  The man has been the focus of two…

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The Freedom to Ignore

The right to speak freely does not guarantee you a platform; the right to speak freely does not mean I have to help you speak; the right to speak freely does not mean that I have to listen. Recently, a high school valedictorian had their mic cut off during their commencement speech after they broached…

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Me Too (but not you)

There are a few things happening within the MeToo movement that are worth talking about. What the movement gets right To start, women are rightly voicing their concerns about their overall treatment in society and what they see as cases of misogyny and patriarchy at play.  I say rightly here because I believe there is…

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Molecules in Motion

What is the murder molecule? How much does justice weigh? These are questions that have no answer in a materialistic world view. A famous statement from Dr. Frank Turek made during both of his debates with Christopher Hitchens on the question of whether or not God exists. Despite the fact that Dr. Turek, in my…

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