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This is certainly an interesting argument: While the details of the two cases differ significantly, experts suggest that the current available evidence points to a potential commonality: misogyny. And, in light of the two events, activists in Britain and in the United States have urged the authorities to treat misogyny as a greater threat to […]

The Gender Gap

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On October 20, 2020

Paul earlier linked to this Eric Levitz discussion of the gender gap in the American electorate that is now more like a gender grand canyon. It’s really fascinating, because Trump has MORE suppo

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Trumpism of a Century Ago

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On January 12, 2018
I continue to maintain that the problem with this nation is not Trump, it’s that Trump is the id of a huge swath of Americans who love what he does and how he acts. It’s really surprising that the only past president who really resembles Trump is Andrew Jackson. I would expect more and certainly […]

Sexism on the Left

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On March 6, 2017

Despite what sectors of the on-line left wanted to believe the Bernie Bro thing very real and very toxic. And of course we see this overtly sexist behavior come out continually from said bros. But thi

On Monday, a 41 year-old man, who admitted guilt on “two counts of making extreme pornographic images and one count of sexual activity with a child”, was sentenced Monday regarding the latter crime of sexually abusing a 13 year-old girl in London’s Snaresbrook Crown Court. There are several shocking aspects of this episode. First, my liberal […]

Sour Emotion

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On May 7, 2011

A reader alerted us to this amazingly creepy National Review piece about Steven Tyler’s decision to use marriage an especially gross grant of legal guardianship to legalize a relationship that o

While Ginni Thomas probably has the Bob Packwood award for the “creepiest act of communication from a conservative to hit the news this week” locked up, it must be conceded that Todd Seavey gave it a strong effort: Especially priceless: Jonah’s peals of laughter after one of Seavey’s “some of you probably dated her at […]

libertarians and women

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On April 30, 2009

Will Wilkinson approvingly directs me to Jason Kuznicki’s half-hearted defense of Peter Thiel’s unfortunate musings about the tragic consequences of women’s suffrage. Kuznicki basica

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