Social Justice: Biases are Inevitable, Racism is Optional

Before anyone discusses social justice they should take a few minutes and go to Project Implicit’s webpage. Project Implicit is a series of surveys that use associative cues to tease out inner preferences that we hold unconsciously. By forcing the user to respond more quickly than they can consciously deliberate, the researchers are able to

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The AV: False Promises

The A.V. is TKO’s occasional foray into politics via multimedia.  You didn’t realize about the other life that we can give you We’ll open up your eyes and make you see the light that’s all around you We’ll help you work it out and then you’ll never doubt Our intuition, our vision, our decision, our

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Great, Britain: Nanny State Wants Price Controls For Booze

Social engineering and economic tomfoolery are on display more prominently than usual in the United Kingdom amid calls for minimum prices on alcohol. “‘When beer is cheaper than water,” sermonized nanny David explained Prime Minister David Cameron, “it’s just too easy for people to get drunk on cheap alcohol at home before they even set

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Re: Selective Tolerance

I agree with Matt Hershey that both Bill Maher’s and Rush Limbaugh’s comments were repulsive, misogynistic and offensive. There are many things I disagree on with Sarah Palin—pretty much everything, actually—but to call her a “c–t” is not just calling her any other rude word. It’s an attack based solely on gender, which is unacceptable.

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