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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part IV of IV

 For the Good of All. . . . of Those in Power Indeed, such equalization has increasingly been declared the inevitable product of human enlightenment for those on the Left, as all that is good is perceived to extend from … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part III of IV

No Freedom of Speech Here! Most important here is that, once one accepts the notion of relativism, one must also logically accept the notion that equal opportunity will automatically translate to equal outcome, as the lack of meaningful differences between … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part II of IV

Utopian Wishful Thinking The reason this strange feedback loop predominates is that, for most humans, feelings, beliefs, and desires trump conclusions that derive from reason and science. And in this case, for many it is the belief in socialism that … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part I of IV

While many are lamenting the less-than-stellar start for the application of President Obama’s landmark legislation, the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as ObamaCare, there is no need to fret; it is a sure winner with regard to the President’s promise … Continue reading

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Should We Care that Smart Women Aren’t Having Kids? Yes We Should, But the Smart Women Should Care Even More!: Part IV of IV

Differences or Death At the same time, even if some of the functional reasons for human sexual role differentiations no longer exist, at least to the degree they once did, the basis for the division has not and cannot change … Continue reading

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Should We Care that Smart Women Aren’t Having Kids? Yes We Should, But the Smart Women Should Care Even More!: Part III of IV

Sexual Differences Large and Larger For while having offspring survive and successfully in numbers less than the minimal replacement rate has obvious biomathematical implications; to produce too many offspring, such that resource shortage weakens the average offspring performance compared to … Continue reading

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Should We Care that Smart Women Aren’t Having Kids? Yes We Should, But the Smart Women Should Care Even More!: Part II of IV

It Is What It Is for a Reason Indeed, this confirms that—despite the postmodernist notion that humankind has the power to create a reality of its choosing—the biomathematical truths of evolutionary dynamics cannot be transcended. That is, while it is … Continue reading

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Should We Care that Smart Women Aren’t Having Kids? Yes We Should, But the Smart Women Should Care Even More!: Part I of IV

The London School of Economics recently published research suggesting smart women actually seem to be too smart for their own good. For it showed that the smarter a woman is, the more unlikely she is to have children. And regardless … Continue reading

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Cypriots Get Precisely What They Voted For: Part IV of IV

Fatally Flawed–Literally The first problem with this neo-Marxist model is that it is not only inconsistent with realities of the universe; it is diametrically opposed to them. For in the first place, variation exists throughout the material universe to the … Continue reading

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Cypriots Get Precisely What They Voted For: Part III of IV

 The Grand Utopian Merger It is when the two premises of relativism and equalization for the betterment of human society were merged that the new-age global Marxist movement was born—under the auspices of individual and group equality being not just … Continue reading

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