Know evil by its acts, not its words.
Vikram offers free advice to a corporation that knowingly laundered money for terrorists on how they can better diversify their workforce
What is a race of people made of?
Donald Trump figured out the cheat code to get the New York Times to believe anything.
Here is my story.
Should we believe in falsehoods when doing so works better?
NYT (1995): “Clinton Embraces a Proposal To Cut Immigration by a Third”
Modern action movies lack the attention to detail paid by Jackie Chan and his contemporaries
The worst theatrical experience I’ve ever had
Revisiting the original in light of the upcoming live-action adaptation
Killing two people is 100% worse than killing one person.
A language is more than a listing of its words.
Insufficient ethical boundaries lead to some odd situations for some men and the women they abuse. (Content note: Not safe for work. Unpleasant subject material. Also, language, though that’s the least of it.)
Because adoption and doctoral education as practiced in the United States are hallmarks of multicultural policy
It can’t feel like work
Trump’s campaign hats are why Trump won
Against the recommendations of positive psychology
Practice makes perfect.
What makes practice?
One can hope it is the pardoning of Joe Arpaio
If someone is good at something, it is the result of practice
Forest Born of the Books of Bayern series by Shannon Hale
The litmus test to sell a baby carrier
Don’t say you don’t know what Western civilization means!
Much to gain; little to lose
The reaction to the United Airlines incident belies public opinion about law enforcement
Perhaps it’s not civic laziness after all
Cost disease in higher education
The demonstrated ignorance of the man who killed two Indians is little different than his peers.
A review of The Hunger Games: Mockingbird: Part II. And some Rube Goldberg machines.
A less-than-fair review
When is it OK to punch a Nazi?
Not paranoid enough!
Not paying taxes for 18 years is not necessarily tax evasion