Prager University Review

   Originally written and posted on Quora, Dec. 19, 2017. See link. Prager University is an up-and-coming and presumably popular website that targets Millennials and touts freedom of thought and speech. The site is confusing a lot of people who think it is a real school (it's just a website), and folks are beginning to … Continue reading Prager University Review

State Civil Rights Commissions: The New Inquisition? Part 2 of 2

A response to John Corvino, continued from Part 1 The Game of Risk The legal line between small businesses and giant corporations is wide and well established, but anti-discrimination cases like the ones in question, all center around small businesses. Why? Could it be that small businesses are easier for states and state regulatory commissions … Continue reading State Civil Rights Commissions: The New Inquisition? Part 2 of 2

State Civil Rights Commissions: The New Inquisition? Part 1 of 2

A response to John Corvino, part 1 of 2. Part 2 is now available here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1suZiTIq3XI I saw Mr. Corvino's humorously-ended video the other night. He makes a case for anti-discrimination laws in regards to privately owned bakeries and other businesses, and to be honest he had me nodding my head in agreement. Right up … Continue reading State Civil Rights Commissions: The New Inquisition? Part 1 of 2

Censoring History: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

The weekend of July 4th, 2010, my family made the long trek from Dayton, Ohio to New Orleans, LA via a small van stuffed with 4 adults, 2 small kids, and associated gear. We were going to celebrate my Uncle Bill's birthday with many other family members who hailed (originally) from Arkansas, Tennessee, and Kentucky. … Continue reading Censoring History: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?