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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Thoughts on Evergreen

Much was said about the events at Evergreen State, but what I can’t help but notice, and what could bear repeating, was the irony of the whole situation, which I see as being threefold. The impetus for this backlash, if you’ll recall, was an email from a liberal professor, Bret Weinstein, stating that he was…

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Responding to Accusations of Sexual Assault

It cannot be overstated that the lines between sexual assault, harassment, and flirtation have become increasingly blurry.  We are in the process of redefining what is appropriate behavior towards members of the opposite sex, and exactly how, and in what way, power dynamics should affect those behaviors. The Harvey Weinstein story has brought to light…

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Mutually Assured Destruction in Practice

If it’s not known by now, the United is armed to the tee with nuclear weapons. We feel safe knowing that other countries and enemies know that we have them — why? Because they will be destroyed if they were to ever use them against us. DESTROYED!

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