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What Happened to Jamaica? Democratic Socialism in Jamaica and A Tale of Two Islands

October 17th, 2019|

What Happened to Jamaica? Democratic Socialism and A Tale of Two Islands Did you know that in 1971, the United States to Jamaica currency exchange rate was $1 USD to $0.77 JMD, nine years after Jamaica's independence from Britain? In 1992 it was $1 USD to $22 JMD. In 2019 it's $1 USD to $136 JMD. (S [...]

Double Standards and the Lens of Identity – Extended Version

October 17th, 2019|

Here is the full video of my speech “Double Standards and the Lens of Identity”, presented at the International Conference on Men’s Issues at the end of August 2019: I should also be able to make a copy of my written speech or the pre-written magazine content from ICMI available so [...]

The Completely Unimportant, Little-known List of Misconceptions about the Wealth Gap in America

October 6th, 2019|

Wealth Inequality, The Wealth Gap in America, and Discrimination Wealth Gap in America Part 2 I've argued that inequality is the natural state of human affairs, that persons may want to combat it, but that this should be done in ways that do not infringe on the freedom and agency of others. I specif [...]

How to Install Banned iPhone Apps Like Gab and Apple’s Harmful Platform Control

June 3rd, 2019|

How to Install Banned Iphone Apps Like Gab This is the supporting text for a video walk through below. Gab is a free-speech oriented social network that recently released their Dissenter browser. I describe my experience trying to use the app on my phone and give my opinion on this kind of platform [...]

The NYT Attack on Conservatives Winning First Amendment Cases

July 7th, 2018|

Conservatives Winning First Amendment Cases in the  Supreme Court This was an interesting article to me because it seemed that the lawyers whose views were presented in it, were saying that something was amiss in the USA only because liberals were no longer winning many Supreme Court cases concernin [...]