Category Archives: Education
Social Justice Warriors, one of the biggest scourges on western countries in the 2010’s, finally have their brains analysed.
Feminists and social justice warriors are prone to use numerous logical fallacies in their arguments. But 6 fallacies in particular really stand out.
The Frankfurt School of neo-Marxist theory has influenced many cultural marxists, feminists, and social justice warriors, as seen in their methodology.
The Frankfurt School of neo-Marxist theory has influenced many cultural Marxists, feminists, and social justice advocates, as seen in their rhetoric and methodology. In the following video, there will be a lengthy discussion of how critical theory has infiltrated academia and shaped the field of modern discourse.
Liberalism is elevating yourself to holier-than-thou status by tearing down others who have dissenting opinions, even when they have highly logical merit.
Liberalism is elevating yourself to holier-than-thou status by tearing down others who have any sort dissenting opinion, and claiming that being ‘upset’, ‘angry’, or ‘offended’ is the same thing as having an actual argument that carries logical merit. In doing so, they’ve largely purged genuine free thinkers and non-conformists from their midst at universities all across the western world. But now, they are starting to turn on each other. Even young liberals can’t stand the fury of the “language police” wielded by SJW’s.
Who has the authority to launch a nuclear weapon if the President of the United States has been killed? Just how far down does the chain of command go within the United States military? In this video, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser recounts the chilling history of American nuclear authority from the Cold War to the present. Additionally, he explains that the bizarre nuclear launch scenario that is portrayed in the 1964 Stanley Kubrick film “Dr. Strangelove” wasn’t very far-fetched at all.
Bill Nye (The Science Guy) reiterates what we have known for a long time, but there are still legions of adults who are teaching their kids this nonsense. Kids, in general, are going to feel a stronger connection with their parents and immediate family members than they are with their science teacher at school.
When your entire social support group is comprised of adults who read a literal interpretation of the Bible, and who are indoctrinating you into that belief system, it’s very difficult to break out of that cycle. It becomes part of your identity and set of core values. As such, the adults who are in charge of propagating this garbage need to publicly be challenged and disputed.
The small liberal arts college of Davidson in North Carolina claims that their commitment to affordability “has never been stronger”, and strives to meet 100 percent of their students calculated financial need entirely with grants and student employment. However, I sincerely doubt that student employment is going to help cover the $58,000+ in various fees over the academic year.
And what will the return-on-investment be for their liberal arts education in this decimated U.S. economy, complete with outsourcing, robotization, automation, drone technology, smartphone apps etc? Something is clearly not right in 2010’s higher education.
Marriage is on the decline all across the United States. In the 1960’s only one in ten adults over the age of 25 preferred the bachelor life. That proportion has more than doubled in the 2010’s. So why do so many falter at the altar?
Well according to data, what unmarried ladies want the most in a husband is a steady job. Unfortunately, steady jobs are a lot harder to come by in 2014 when compared to 1960. In 1960, there were 139 unmarried men with a job for every 100 women, but that number has plummeted to just 91 unmarried men with a job for every 100 women in the 2010’s.
What can The Walking Dead teach us about prosperity? A lot, according to Professor Dan D’Amico of Loyola University. While The Walking Dead has shown viewers what zombies do to society since 2010, political thinker Alexis de Tocqueville wrote about shambling, lonesome, soulless creatures and the decline of society long before the show debuted. D’Amico explores what The Walking Dead and Tocqueville’s writings have in common, and what they reveal about the key to human prosperity.
Milton Friedman explains why the principles of Adam Smith and Thomas Jefferson are timeless, and how we can improve on them even further since we have over 200 years of history to draw upon.
What we need is widespread public recognition that the central government should be limited to it’s basic functions. Defending the nation against foreign enemies. Preserving order at home. Mediating our internal disputes. We must come to recognize that voluntary cooperation, through the free market and other ways, is a far better way to solve our problems than turning them over to the government.