Fighting superstud and, parenthetically, logistical director for Speakeasy Ian Branson as usual hits the nail on the head:
In contemporary academia, how is the progressive quest to stifle dissent somehow not at odds with the very movement these ivory tower dwellers championed four decades earlier? Isn't this simply victim turned abuser?
Dave Westrate homes in on a source of frustration for many people. He wants to know:
In light of the recent media outrage over my 2016 candidate of choice not having a bachelor's degree, I'd like to know what, besides the constitutionally mandated qualifications for President, should we, as voters, demand for our potential commanders-in-chief?
Today’s question comes from member Frank Kelly – thanks Frank! – who writes: Much off what is wrong in America appears to be driven by our ancient tort laws from the American Revolution. How would you change these and, more importantly, what impact would you anticipate from your actions
Friend and ally George has a sneaky insight: Could video games, designed to focus on training situational awareness, exercise the amygdalae, and thereby work as a 'secret weapon' against the kind of thinking the Left tends to embrace?