Monthly Archive: July 2015

Bill Cosby and the End of Innocence

Bill Cosby was a big part of my growing up. So, when you start to hear accusations it is not easy to believe them. Because to believe them means that this person who made you laugh and made you feel proud to be an African American was a monster.

A failure to communicate

Starting a competitor to your employer while on the clock using employer resources seems like a pretty good way to destroy your career before it starts.

Mockingjay, Part 1

The Hunger Games movies do much to convince its audiences not to trust women with anything important.

The God of Benevolence

Jon Rowe examines the concept of God through the lens of 18th Century American notions of “benevolence” with a special focus on Emmanuel Swedenborg.