Cheap Sex is the Inconvenient Truth in the end of marriage

Percent of young Americans married and never married

Summary: I believe that future historians will see feminism and the gender revolution as the largest and most important revolution of our time, and consider most contemporary writings about it as exercises in refusing to see the "world turned upside down." Here essay by Professor Regnerus is one of the few attempting to grapple with the … Continue reading Cheap Sex is the Inconvenient Truth in the end of marriage

Weaponizing claims of sexual harassment for political gain

Hypocrisy

Summary: James Bowman cuts through the fog resulting from the weaponization of sexual harassment claims by the Left. Democrats, thy name is hypocrisy. Oh, would some Power give us the gift To see ourselves as others see us! It would from many a blunder free us, And foolish notion: What airs in dress and gait … Continue reading Weaponizing claims of sexual harassment for political gain

A girl goes wild in Saudi Arabia, pointing to its future

Khulood Al Yafie

Summary: In 2013 I wrote that western civilization was an irresistible force that would sweep through the Islamic world from end to end. Now Saudi Arabia fights the tide. Here Fatimah Baeshen tells how the Princes responded to a challenge by a pretty girl. It reveals much about their future. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman knows … Continue reading A girl goes wild in Saudi Arabia, pointing to its future

Roger Pielke Jr.: the politics of unlikely climate scenarios

"Fight the future" by Ramaelk at DeviantArt

Summary: The public policy choices we make about climate policy depend on the future that we expect. Here Roger Pielke Jr. describes an example of how climate scenarios too often misrepresent what we know about our world and its likely futures.   "Pielke on Climate" - part 3 of 3. The Politics of Inconceivable Scenarios. By … Continue reading Roger Pielke Jr.: the politics of unlikely climate scenarios

Roger Pielke Jr. describes the distorting of climate science

No exaggeration here! From Scientific America. AZRainman/Flickr

Summary: Scientists and journalists play a vital role in the public policy debate about climate change, explaining the reports of the major climate agencies. Here Roger Pielke Jr. describes an example of how they too often misrepresent those findings, distorting the debate and feeding the public's loss of confidence in science as an institution. About those … Continue reading Roger Pielke Jr. describes the distorting of climate science