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Book Review: Black Rednecks and White Liberals – Part 2: Are Jews Generic?

Part 1 of this review can be found here. The second part of Thomas Sowell’s Black Rednecks and White Liberals bears the delightful title “Are Jews Generic?” and takes the reader on a tour across several continents and millenia to … Continue reading

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Against Affirmative Action

(An earlier version of this article appeared on A Voice for Men.) Suppose you were working in a chemical lab, doing some experiment. You get careless and by accident you spill some acid into your eye. What do you do? … Continue reading

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Against Egalitarianism

Having followed the debate on sexual politics in the non-feminist camp for a number of years now, I’ve come across many critics of feminism who contend that the very term “feminism” reveals a rejection of equal rights between the sexes … Continue reading

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Why I’m a Libertarian Part 1/4: The Coercive Nature of Law

Libertarianism is a political philosophy which emphasises individual rights, peace, private property, and free market capitalism. In this series I want to share four reasons that made libertarianism so attractive to me: the coercive nature of law, the efficiency of … Continue reading

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Freedom Is the Right to Discriminate

Few words are so maligned today as “discrimination”. Discrimination is considered a horrible evil, to be prevented at all costs. Speculation abounds about discrimination against all sorts of groups. There is concern over discrimination against women, against homosexuals, against foreigners, … Continue reading

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