How to Discriminate Properly

How to Discriminate Properly

Irrational and unjust discrimination in the workplace deserves exposure and condemnation. But what about rational discrimination? Consider the following cases. You are the chair of the hiring committee for a new president of a historically-black college. So you discriminate in … More »

Naming the Nameless: Christian and Heathen

Naming the Nameless: Christian and Heathen

This is the third column in a multipart discussion of the definition of the movement sometimes called Leftist, Progressive, Liberal or Morlock. We established in our last episode that the modern Leftist is part of a Movement that at first … More »

Three Cheers for Gridlock

Three Cheers for Gridlock

Chastising a session of Congress as “unproductive” due to gridlock has become a sort of tradition for statist media. Whenever a new year roles around, columnists and editorial boards begin wagging their figurative fingers at Congress for failing to meet … More »