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Archive for 2015

Incentivizing Outrage »

One of the primary laws of human nature is that people respond to incentives. Changing incentives changes people’s behavior, often dramatically. Ten years ago, if a college student suffered some mild offence, they’d learn that complaining about it would get them labeled a whiner. They had an incentive to shrug it off and move on. […]

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Timothy Wolfe – The Wimpiest Man In The World »

The left loves destroying  the careers of anyone who dares to disagree with them. At first they destroyed people who actually said offensive things. From there they moved on to destroying people who said things that could be taken more than one way. And now they’ve destroyed the career of someone for not doing . . […]

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Jury Duty »

If someone is really guilty of murder, rape, robbery, assault, fraud, animal abuse – anything where there is an actual victim – I want to see them punished, but that brings in a whole different slew of doubts and problems.

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Are You Really 32 Times More Likely to be Killed by Your Own Gun? »

When anti-gunners claim you’re 34 times more likely to be killed by your own gun than to use it in defense, they’re lying. Here’s how they concoct that number.

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Bernie Sanders is Right About One Thing. Maybe Two. »

Bernie Sanders is very good at pointing out problems. A few of his favorites are imaginary, but most are real, and all of them have been created by big government. Bernie has a way of expressing them in a way that appeals to our inherent class envy. Bernie’s solutions will make things far worse. Maybe […]

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The Clue Absorbing Field »

All of us are wrong about some things, but there is a special subset of humans who are wrong about everything. Politics, science, economics, art, history, human nature, culture, music – the subject doesn’t matter. They are predictably, inevitably and always wrong. I’m working on a scientific-sounding theory that explains this phenomenon. My hypothesis is these people are […]

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A Keyboard for Progressives »

PC PC Peripherals is proud to announce their new keyboard. It’s specially designed to withstand the rigors of lefty facebooking, tweeting and blogging. For years our friends have have to replace keyboards with worn out R, A, C, I, S and T keys. Their 1 key wears out even faster, from typing so many exclamation […]

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