It’s a lot easier to blame Wall Street or the richest 1 percent or the elites than to acknowledge our own mistakes and bad decisions.

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An argument against wide spread voting

Do you want people who cannot tell astrology from astronomy helping steer the nation? (Or a Veep who thought FDR was president in 1929 and went on TV to calm the public.) But today’s topic is science and how dismal most citizens’ knowledge is. Americans...

The right to be forgotten is instead a right to make it hard for others to find already public information.

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Heroism through a murky lens

By now most of us know about the American men who stopped a murderous attack aboard a train bound for Paris. Most of us know that two of them are in the military. Some may not know that Spencer Stone ran 30 feet–a very long way given the circumstances–to...