Summary: Surveys let us look beyond the salacious stories to see how men and women define sexual harassment. It is more complex than the news stories imply. This is what most women in #meToo episodes did not do. "Sexual harassment: how the genders and generations see the issue differently." By Matthew Smith, describing a UK … Continue reading Look beyond the stories to see how we define harassment
Summary: As the Left's social revolution gains momentum, a counter-revolution brews unseen in America's back alleys where the wise and great do not go. We can only guess at the results. "It’s called being female, this strange creature, covered in hair, pinioned between morality and hormones, governed by two brains, one above and one below. … Continue reading As the Left’s social revolution wins victories, a revolt begins
Summary: As we approach the 30th anniversary of the climate change campaign in America, let's examine the results -- and see why so much money and effort has been expended for so little result. Let's learn to do better. The 30th anniversary of the climate change campaign On 23 June 1988 Dr. James Hansen of … Continue reading Polls about climate change point to a dark truth
Summary: After one year in office, after 12 months of continuous bombardment by his political foes, Trump's job approval numbers have held steady for six months (they dropped after the honeymoon). This is key to understanding the current situation in US politics -- and what lies ahead in the potentially decisive 2018 and 2020 elections. … Continue reading Trump’s job approval shows the Democrats’ dilemma in 2018
Summary: Journalists tell us exciting, even heart-breaking, stories about #MeToo. That's how they build a narrative. But to understand we need to see the numbers, like the ones shown here. A look at the best available numbers NYT: "We Asked 615 Men About How They Conduct Themselves at Work." The NYT hired Morning Consult to … Continue reading The amazing numbers behind the #MeToo movement!