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Asteroid Success
Posted by Stephen Boydstun on 9/28, 3:02am
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Dozens at Facebook Unite to Challenge Its 'Intolerant' Liberal Culture
Posted by Luke Setzer on 8/29, 7:58am
Mr. Amerige, who started working at Facebook in 2012, said on his personal website that he followed philosophical principles laid out by the philosopher and writer Ayn Rand. He posted the 527-word memo about political diversity at Facebook on Aug. 20.  On issues like diversity and immigration, he wrote, "you can either...(Read more...)
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Professor’s contract with students: ‘Drop the class immediately if you are triggered by free speech’
Posted by Luke Setzer on 8/23, 1:09pm
A professor has taken a novel approach when it comes to dealing with the increasing number of students railing against and even shutting down academic ideas they don’t agree with: a contract.(Read more...)
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China Assigns Every Citizen A ‘Social Credit Score’ To Identify Who Is And Isn’t Trustworthy
Posted by Luke Setzer on 4/26, 10:26am
When Liu Hu recently tried to book a flight, he was told he was banned from flying because he was on the list of untrustworthy people. Liu is a journalist who was ordered by a court to apologize for a series of tweets he wrote and was then told his apology was insincere. ...(Read more...)
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Intelligence Squared US Debate: THE MORE WE EVOLVE, THE LESS WE NEED GOD
Posted by Jeff Landauer on 4/12, 1:13pm
Some mighty powerful subjectivism on the opposing side, the likes of which I don't know if I've ever really heard aside from an Ayn Rand villain. ...(Read more...)
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Trump calls for death penalty for drug dealers
Posted by Jeff Landauer on 3/19, 2:27pm
President Donald Trump on Monday rolled out his three-part plan to tackle the opioid epidemic -- including some programs long championed by public health advocates -- but it's the proposal to impose the death penalty on drug traffickers that has raised the most eyebrows.(Read more...)
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A Trump-Kim Meeting — Fraught With Risk and Opportunity
Posted by Jeff Landauer on 3/09, 2:41pm
Just over a year into a presidency already full of unusual precedents, President Trump has agreed to a North Korean offer, communicated through South Korean national security adviser Chung Eui-yong, to meet face to face with Kim Jong-un. Though such meetings have been bandied about in the past, no sitting U.S. presiden...(Read more...)
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Antifa Shut Down a Planned Debate Between Yaron Brook and Sargon of Akkad at the King’s College
Posted by Jeff Landauer on 3/06, 1:36pm
Antifa agitators shut down an event at the King's College in London featuring Ayn Rand Institute President Yaron Brook and anti-political-correctness YouTube personality Carl Benjamin (a.k.a. Sargon of Akkad).(Read more...)
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From Catholicism to Protestantism to Progressivism
Posted by Luke Setzer on 10/27, 9:28am
"However, if God 'leaks' out of Christ and the sacramental life of the church into me, I can imagine myself as the sacrament, as God’s incarnated presence effecting change in the world through my cooperation with God's Spirit. I’ll believe God's using me to establish his kingdom on earth. These are the theo...(Read more...)
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University of Florida Braces for Spencer Speech
Posted by Luke Setzer on 10/18, 11:03am
"The National Policy Institute, which Spencer runs, paid $10,564 to rent the 1,700-seat Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. No UF organization invited Spencer, the university said.  UF said it and law enforcement agencies will spend more than $500,000 on security for the event. At the request of Alachua ...(Read more...)
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