Join me in conversation with canceled academic Bo Winegard to discuss the hot topics of the day including CRT, diversity, academia, censorship etc.! Bo was a victim of cancel culture who was fired from his teaching position at a small college due to his research interest in human variation. He's als [...]
Inequality: What Can Be Done? Inequality Part 3 This is a direct continuation of my past two posts on wealth inequality (in America). I discussed why it’s important to be skeptical of the data out there on wealth inequality, mainly due to the omission of data or the lack of detail when it’s presente [...]
Social issues with wealth gap, and wealth inequality, and discrimination? Let's solve this?! Part 1 - https://youtu.be/me4fL94yIqI Part 2 - https://youtu.be/7c7ccOHMK8o Topics covered include: If the data shows unequal outcomes, does that mean someone was being treated unfairly, independent of what [...]
In the world there is inequality between nations and within nations, between states, between different age cohorts, between individuals in a classroom, individuals within a family...
In the world there is inequality between nations and within nations, between states, between different age cohorts, between individuals in a classroom, individuals within a family... Also available as a podcast. Search for Just Thinking Out Loud in your favorite podcast directory. Photo credit backg [...]
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, at the time of writing, [...]