The Rights of Ugly People Must Be Protected

October 30th, 2011

By Dan Miller According to this article, apparently written by a high school student in New York, legislation has been passed in some districts of California and in the District of Columbia providing affirmative action protections to ugly people. The author opines, People do not have a say in whether they are going to be […]


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Not Enough Yet, but House Bound to Cut More Spending

August 4th, 2011

By Dan Miller If the House behaves in the best interests of its majority, Uncle Sugar will have to diet lest they precipitate a new credit limit “crisis”. Both houses of the Congress have now approved the new debt limit bill, the text of which is available here. President Obama has signed it. It is […]


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Punish the Parents for Failing Students?

June 6th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor Some time ago I wrote a blog post in which I argued, contrary to the current political wisdom (is that an oxymoron?) and education policy that the problem with public education in America is not lousy teachers or failing schools. Rather, failing students are the problem, specifically, students who enter the […]


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The Consequences of “Diversity”

June 2nd, 2010

By Brianna Aubin In the furious storm of criticism of Arizona’s recent immigration law, mostly by people who never read the law before criticizing it and had no intention of reading it, another recent law passed by Arizona got, if not completely lost in the rush, then strongly overshadowed. This law was aimed at canceling […]


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Assisted Suicide, Human Rights and Wrongs

May 30th, 2010

By Dan Miller The controversy over assisted suicide has been much in the news of late, in the United States, Canada, Britain and probably elsewhere. Here is an interesting case, but not relevant to this article. As with most controversies many on all sides of the issue present persuasive arguments. I suspect that most people […]


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