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The Time That Reality Forked Right in Front of You

10th December 2016

Scott Adams pulls back the curtain.

The election of Donald Trump to the Presidency of the United States has effectively forked reality into two versions that are running in parallel. Clinton’s supporters believe they are living in a world that is a repeat of 1930s Germany, with Trump playing the part of Adolf Hitler. See this reaction for a typical example.

Meanwhile, the other half of the country believes we elected a highly-capable populist who will “drain the swamp” and bring a business approach to government along with greater prosperity.

 

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Thought for the Day

9th December 2016

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It Took an Independently Wealthy Billionaire To Prove Money Doesn’t Win Elections

9th December 2016

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Trump spent a grand total of $600 million in his bid for the White House, according to official FEC reports, much lower than the estimated $1.2 billion former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton raised and spent in her massive attempt to win.

Trump spent $94 million of that during the final month of the campaign, smaller than the nearly $132 million Clinton spent on just ad buys nationwide. Clinton’s last-minute spending push left her with only $800,000 in the campaign spending account — meaning she spent most of the money raised.

So all the hand-wringers pissing and moaning about The Effect Of Money On Politics can just STFU.

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Emergent

9th December 2016

Sarah Hoyt is always worth reading.

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me about the left is what I’d call “Sh*t sentimentality” and a crazy desire for the past.  Growing up, they made me read jobs about how bad some jobs were: cleaning lady, assembly line, miner, server.  BUT now they’re wailing that those jobs will vanish.

There are two keys to this: first, they are truly contemptuous of their fellow men.  The modern leftist is not a worker, nor a man of the people, he is an intellectual, someone who did very well in the indoctrination factories we call schools.  This encourages him to think anyone who doesn’t think like him is stupid, but more importantly, it encourages him to think anyone who doesn’t do well and mind-and-pen tasks is stupid.  I know.  I would have succumbed to that temptation if I hadn’t grown up in a village, where there weren’t enough people to insulate me from contact with people in manual professions who, sure, thought I was nuts reading as much as I did, but who could think faster and better than I in non-intellectual/abstract subjects.

And the second is that the left, thinking they’re smarter, think they have an obligation to “look after” the less intellectually fortunate.  Which is why they are all bent out of shape about these sh*t jobs disappearing.  I mean, yeah, they suck, but how can the left/bureaucrats come up with new jobs to replace the lost ones?  How will they look after the unemployed?  And how can we not care that technology is killing jobs????  How can we not want to beef up the welfare state to look after these poor people too stupid to do anything else?  We’re monsters, I tell you, monsters.

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Cleaning Out the Pantry

9th December 2016

Ammo Grrrl shows how it’s done.

And, oh, the fun things you’ll find in that pantry! On this shelf, lurking behind the powdered sugar, a weaponized chunk of brown sugar! Yes, yes, I know there’s household hints on how to soften it again, but I’d rather just go ahead and spend that $1.29 to replace it and read a good book. I may keep the bag in my nightstand next to my .45 as something I can throw if I run through all the cartridges in my four magazines. (Plus one in the chamber.)

Also found in the pantry are several small cans of beets, expired for just two years, that were purchased because they were supposed to be good for some darn thing or other I read about somewhere. Nobody in my entire social circle will eat beets. Even my farm girl bestie, Angela, insists that “beets taste like dirt,” though I have never asked her how she knows that. The Paranoid Texan Next Door has MILK that is more than two years old, but, call me crazy, I threw the beets out.

Over here are several varieties of stale crackers in opened boxes that SOMEBODY – I’m not going to mention any names here, but his initials are Mr. AG – failed to seal up properly. It is hard to keep crackers fresh when the boxes look like they have been broken into by some very impatient, ravenous raccoon and the little tab will therefore no longer fit into the slot.

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Joe Biden Is Disappointed In You, America

9th December 2016

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If you’re like me — and let’s face it, you are, in more ways than you care to admit — you live your life by one simple precept. One thought, over and over, that helps you navigate through your day: What would Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. do?

I don’t have to tell you that you failed to ask yourself that question on Nov. 8, America. And Joe is very disappointed in you.

Compare the treatment of Joe Biden in the DemLegHump Media (fawning indulgence) with that received by Dan Quayle (savage scorn and ridicule). Note that Joe Biden said ten times the number of Stupid Things than Dan Quayle is reputed to have said.

Marvel at the current search for Fake News by the primary purveyors of it in the modern world.

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How to Be a Billionaire

9th December 2016

Joe Bob Briggs explains it all.

You’ve never been a billionaire. You don’t know where to start.

I’m here to help.

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The Magic of Donald Trump

8th December 2016

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He has succeeded in getting NBC and the Democratic Party to leap to defend the honor of big corporations, job loss, and overcharging on government contracts.

Not a bad day’s work.

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Global Warming Fails the Random Natural Variation Contest

8th December 2016

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More real science to confound the fantasies of Globalclimate Warmingchange.

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Thought for the Day

8th December 2016

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Solar Power Actually Made Global Warming Worse, Says New Study

7th December 2016

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The net impact of solar panels has actually increased carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions due to how much energy is used in their construction, a new study by Utrecht University concluded.

Researchers looked at 40 years of CO2 emissions from solar panels, including those caused by their production, then subtracted that by the amount of CO2 they prevented from being emitted. They found many older solar panels would take decades to lead to a net emissions reduction, which is far longer than their expected lifespan. They also concluded that the current generations of panels will probably only just reduce net emissions over years.

How about that ‘green’ energy, eh?

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Laughing at Liberals as They Lose Their Minds

7th December 2016

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The liberals are truly going nuts, and it’s beautiful. They recently resurrected Nancy Pelosi for another glorious term winnowing away the House Democrat caucus. Pretty soon it’s just going to be her and some guy representing Berkeley who they recruited while he was shouting “Workers of the world unite!” at bored coeds on Telegraph Avenue. You know, if you want to reach out to the kind of hard-working, salt-of-the-earth, normal Americans who voted for the black guy then allegedly refused to vote for the woman because they are racist, you totally want an ancient, rich, snooty, San Francisco leftist and Botox after-picture like the Nanster.

I forget who said that the Democrat party is a conspiracy of the Upper Class and the Lower Class against the Middle Class, but he ought to get a medal.

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Thought for the Day

7th December 2016

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Babes In Trumpland: The Coming Rise Of The Heartland Cities

7th December 2016

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Trump’s victory was largely minted in the suburbs and smaller cities of the new American Heartland, from Pittsburgh to Omaha to Dallas-Ft. Worth. The heartland regions depend on agriculture, home construction, manufacturing and energy, all of which could benefit from the policies of the new presidential administration and Republican Congress. In contrast, Hillary Clinton favored extending the Obama administration’s policies on fossil fuels and housing that may win support in the dense progressive bastions of the East and West coasts, but were viewed with alarm by many tied to heartland industries, some of which have been under pressure from a global decline in commodity prices.

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Desperately Searching for a New Strategy

7th December 2016

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Whether or not Trump can or should attempt to reverse the decline in manufacturing jobs is not the big story here. He can’t. The real story is that he continues to tap into the anger of his voters about being left behind. That will give him much more power than our criticisms will take away.

Politicians, aided by economists, have long ignored the negative impacts of trade-induced structural change. Indeed, they have even cheered it on. After all, the process “releases resources” for use in other, more productive parts of the economy. Those workers are just “low-skilled” workers. The US needs more “high-skilled” workers anyway.

Fact: Workers hate being referred to as “low-skilled.”

How we respond to Trump is important. If we simply fall back on our standard numbers, we lose. If we confidently predict that TPP is a big win because it will add 0.5% to GDP by 2030, we lose. If we just use this as an opportunity to reiterate the importance of a college degree, we lose. We have been doing this for decades, and it helped deliver Trump to office.

We don’t have answers for these communities. Rural and semi-rural economic development is hard. Those regions have received only negative shocks for decades; the positive shocks have accrued to the urban regions. Of course, Trump doesn’t have any answers either. But he at least pretends to care.

Just pretending to care is important. At a minimum, the electoral map makes it important.

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The Real Trump

7th December 2016

A Reddit that asked people who had met Trump before he ran for President what he was ‘really’ like.

A typical comment:

I went to school with his daughter Tiffany so I had a few interactions with the Donald and all were positive. The one anecdote that I’ll share is from the school plays. Tiffany was involved in the school theatre program and so was my brother so I was usually helping out as an usher for the plays. Donald attended all the plays that were put on despite living across the country from our school in LA. The thing that was most impressive was how here arrived to the plays, he was always late, just 1 minute late. He’d arrive and take his seat in the rear just after the house lights went down so he didn’t draw any attention away from the kids. He’d slip out as quietly as he’d arrived, when he was at the school his focus was 100% on his daughter and not himself. Despite living in a pretty solid liberal area most people from that school admit that’s it kind of hard to square our experiences with him up with the media’s portrayal of him as a brash, egotistical idiot.

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CEOs and Candidates

7th December 2016

A post from Tyler Cowen’s econ blog Marginal Revolution, explaining why celebrities and CEOs make better politicians than politicians typically do.

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Pearl Harbor Day

7th December 2016

Some of us remember.

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Agricultural fastest growing robotic sector

6th December 2016

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“Farmers, ranchers and growers the world over are transitioning to precision agricultural methods,” Tobe told EE Times in advance of his exclusive report on agricultural robots, “Subdividing their acreage into many unique subplots—and in some cases right down to the individual plant, tree or animal—thereby enabling increased productivity, traceability and lower overall costs. Unmanned aerial vehicles are integral to the process and are being used to map, observe, sense and spray.”

Pretty soon there won’t be any rednecks for Obama to kick around any more.

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Painters, Pigments, and the Making of the Florentine Codex

5th December 2016

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When Franciscan missionary Bernardino de Sahagún arrived in New Spain (Mexico) in 1529, he embarked on an extraordinary project: the compilation of an encyclopedic compendium of the world of the Aztecs in the wake of the Spanish conquest a decade earlier.

Finally completed between 1576 and 1577 – essentially Sahagún’s life’s work – the result was the Historia general de las cosas de la Nueva España (the General History of the Things of New Spain). Sometime between 1578 and 1584 the manuscript was taken to Spain and by 1588 Sahagún’s Historia found its way to Florence, part of the Medici family’s magnificent collections. How exactly the Historia came into Medici hands remains unclear but that is where it still resides today, in the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, which explains how the Historia became more commonly known as the Florentine Codex.

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Will The Food of the Future Be ‘Unnaturally Delicious’?

5th December 2016

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A robochef, like Rosie from the Jetsons, could be just the machine to salvage desire from disappointment. The robochef, Lusk informs us, isn’t just a dream of futures past, but a present-day reality. Designed by Moley Robotics, a prototype robochef — a pedestal topped by a seven-foot cylinder with programmable robotic arms — debuted at a 2015 industrial fair, where it prepared a crab bisque by duplicating the movements of a celebrity chef.

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Despite Denial, Data Shows Global Temperatures Are Dropping Fast

5th December 2016

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How about that Global Warming, eh? Do you feel the rising seas nipping at your toes yet?

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Russian Plane Slides Off Deck Of Decrepit Aircraft Carrier And Into The Sea

5th December 2016

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I’m wondering why everybody is having the vapors about offending the Russians. Looks to me as if they’re still a Third World power. Do any of their nukes still even work?

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The Global Warning Fraud Explained

5th December 2016

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Much can be said about the Left’s lavishly-financed effort to portray global warming as an existential threat, so that a small minority can profit while the rest of us are impoverished. But this is perhaps the most fundamental point: a scientific argument can be made that doubling the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere will increase global temperatures by about one degree C. Most people agree that this would be a good thing; it would undoubtedly contribute to the greening of the Earth, since CO2 is the plant food required for photosynthesis.

So what’s the problem? The climate alarmists assert that various positive feedbacks, principally an increase in the main greenhouse gas, water vapor, will amplify that scientifically-defensible one degree increase into something like six degrees. EVERY SINGLE THING you have ever read about the supposedly baleful effects of CO2 is based on that unproven assumption. Actually, the net feedbacks–clouds are the great unknown–may be negative rather than positive.

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Hawaii hit with 2 feet of snow as weather warning issued

4th December 2016

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How about that Global Warming, eh? Feel the Rising Sea Levels(tm) nipping at your toes yet?

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California Dreaming?

4th December 2016

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It’s hard to single out the most delicious example of the post-Trump liberal freak out, but the din about California secession has to rank high on the list. Among other obvious things, California provided Hillary Clinton with her entire margin of victory in the popular vote—without California, Trump wins the popular vote in the other 49 states handily. (Without California and the five boroughs of New York City, Trump’s popular vote victory starts to approach a landslide.)

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Uncommon Knowledge: James Mattis

3rd December 2016

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Peter Robinson interviews General James Mattis at the Hoover Institution.

I was quite impressed. I think you will be too.

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Thought for the Day

3rd December 2016

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Trump and the Taiwan Call

3rd December 2016

Scott Adams reads the tea leaves so that you don’t have to.

Apparently taking a phone call from the president of Taiwan is a major diplomatic change from the so-called “One China Policy” that imagines Taiwan as a rogue province of China, not its own country. Reports are saying this call was planned, not a mistake on the Trump team’s side.

Was this a mistake by Trump?

If you look at this call through the filter of normal politics it is clearly a mistake. It provokes the Chinese leadership and gains nothing obvious in return. The media is reporting this event as exactly the sort of thing that leads to nuclear annihilation. This is the same mainstream media that got everything wrong about Trump for the past year.

But if you look at this situation through the filter of a Master Persuader, it makes perfect sense. Trump is “setting the table” for future negotiations with China. He just subtracted something from China’s brand that they value, and later he will negotiate with them to maybe give it back in some fashion. Probably in return for some trade concessions.

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Inside the Weirdly Calming World of Farming and Truck Simulators

2nd December 2016

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Gotta retrain those rednecks who voted for Trump somehow.

Harvesting takes me an hour. That’s an hour in which I drive at little more than walking pace from one end of a field to the other and back again 20 or 30 times. It’s not the most fun I’ve had in a video game, but then I do need the money.

Farming Simulator 17, released on 25 October, is the latest game in a series made by Giants Software in Schlieren, Switzerland. Players start out with little land and few machines and must plant, tend and harvest crops – or raise livestock – to earn money to buy more land and more machines.

Prediction: No Democrat will ever play this game.

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Marine Reaction to Mattis as SecDef

2nd December 2016

Saint Mattis meme

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‘Hashtag He’s Your President’

2nd December 2016

The Other McCain explores Leftist sociopathy.

Inside their liberal echo chamber, hermetically sealed by epistemic closure, Democrats never have to consider the possibility that they’re wrong. Their friends at the New York Times and CNN all agree with them, as does every professor at Columbia, Yale and other major universities, and every celebrity in Hollywood. Democrats never talk to anyone who disagrees with them, because people who disagree with Democrats are not merely wrong, but also ignorant and evil.

Yeah, there’s a lot of that going around.

The Alt-Right Dog-Whistle Theory, as we may call it, serves a valuable psychological function for Democrats. If the people who voted for Trump were racist — “RAAAAACIST!” — then (a) Trump’s election can be dismissed as morally illegitimate, and (b) the Democrats can avoid the question of whether their policies are wrong. Inside their echo chamber, Democrats cling desperately to this kind of rationalization, because the only alternative would be an embarrassing admission of failure.

Remember: If you hear the dog-whistle, you’re the dog.

Democrats hate babies. Democrats hate Catholics. Democrats hate Jesus.

Democrats used to love Catholics, when Catholics helped elect Democrats like John F. Kennedy who, among other things, supported Vietnamese Catholics fighting against Communism. By 1972, however, Democrats hated Catholics and supported Communists in Vietnam. Of course, I’m old enough to remember when Democrats were the party of the working class, whereas now Democrats are the party of Hollywood, George Soros and every whiny liberal arts major at Oberlin College.

So it would seem.

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Extreme Cold Set to Hit US — 75% of the Country Will Be Below Freezing

2nd December 2016

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How about that Global Warming, eh? Feeling the rising sea levels nipping at your toes yet?

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Thought for the Day

2nd December 2016

Non Sequitur

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Norway’s Village Where There is No Government and Everything Is Private

2nd December 2016

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Liberstaden aims to provide all services, from roads to fire departments, through the private sector.

Democrats would hate it, and pretty much everybody except really hard-core libertarians would be uncomfortable there.

Liberstad’s few laws and regulations will focus on protecting people’s rights. The founders believe in the non-aggression principle, which states that using non-defensive violence is unethical. They also want to protect participant’s property rights to help grow a thriving free market.

Well, then, there’s the thing: This doesn’t constitute ‘no government’, just ‘minimal government’.

It will be interesting to see how this progresses, although I am not optimistic.

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Play This Game and Win a Job!

2nd December 2016

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I think I saw a movie based on this premise once … The Last Starfighter, I think it was called. I doubt that these are for that sort of job.

Stockfuse, developed by SHFuse Inc., a New York-based startup, is just one of a new breed of apps that invite people to play games that also serve as real-world recruiting tools.

Such apps aim to shed light on how a candidate might perform in a job based on how he or she performs in a game. With Stockfuse, for example, what stocks a player invests in and the returns achieved typically provide plenty of data for consideration. Games from other developers range from solving mazes to managing a simulated sushi restaurant.

The question immediately arises, are they testing the correct qualities in their prospective employees? I have long been doubtful of whether companies, even successful companies, really know what skills are responsible for their success. On the other hand, the military is increasingly using ‘wargames’ to train — and evaluate — their officers, so the attraction seems to be widespread.

I wonder who will be first to use games as an admission factor for schools? One could quite plausibly say that admission tests are actually such ‘games’ — after all, what is a game? You face a situation, you make choices, and on that basis succeed or fail. Sounds like a test to me. Myst was notorious for being an animated IQ test; I’m perfectly comfortable with the notion that anybody who could work through Myst could handle college.

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I Got Your Gluten Right Here, Pal

2nd December 2016

Joe Bob Briggs does diet.

Listen to me, people. Gluten has nothing to do with being fat. Unless you have celiac disease, shut up!

And how many people have celiac disease?

0.7518797 of the Western population. Less than 1 percent.

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The New CEO’s First Moves (and Trump)

1st December 2016

Scott Adams is still handing out clues to the clueless.

In my corporate life I watched lots of new leaders replace old leaders. And there is one trick the good leaders do that bad leaders don’t: They make some IMMEDIATE improvement that everyone can see. It has to be visible, relatively simple, and fast.

So what does a Master Persuader do when he needs to create a good first impression to last for years? He looks around for any opportunity that is visible, memorable, newsworthy, true to his brand, and easy to change.

Enter Ford.

Enter Carrier.

Spot on. Once he points it out to you, it’s obvious.

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Nobel Prize Winner Fulfills Promise to Leave US After Trump Victory

1st December 2016

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The winner of the 1986 Nobel Prize for literature says he has fulfilled a pre-election promise to cut up his green card and leave the United States if Donald Trump was elected president.

“I have already done it, I have disengaged [from the United States]. I have done what I said I would do,” Wole Soyinka, an 82-year-old Nigerian poet and playwright, told Agence France-Presse at an education conference in South Africa on Thursday.

The system works.

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Thought for the Day

1st December 2016

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Learn Swiss German Online

1st December 2016

Check it out.

If, of course, that’s what you want to do.

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How Melinda Gates Tackles Huge Problems Without Burning Out

1st December 2016

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Being married to the World’s Richest Man with access to his checkbook helps a great deal, I suspect.

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The Idea You are Least Likely to Believe

30th November 2016

Scott Adams sees what the Chicken Littles of the Left do not.

If you have not studied persuasion it makes perfect sense to be in a panic about a Trump presidency. You see a pattern of irrational-looking behavior from Trump during the election and you assume the trend will continue into the presidency. But if you understand the tools of persuasion you see a Master Persuader ignoring what doesn’t matter and paying close attention to what does, for the benefit of the country. That is literally the safest situation I can imagine.

As president, facts do matter. Reason matters. Logic matters. But persuasion does too – and it is still hugely important to the job of being president. Don’t expect Trump to embrace any facts that are not important to “making America great again.” But I do think you can expect facts to influence Trump when they do matter.

You can still expect Trump to ignore any facts that don’t matter, such as the exact number of non-citizens that voted for Clinton. In that case he was making the press think past the sale (that non-citizens voted) and forcing them to spend time talking about the exact number until our brains uncritically accept his central premise that lots of non-citizens voted for Clinton. That is pure persuasion. He won’t change the methods that work. Watch and learn.

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The Road to Chappaqua

30th November 2016

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The bourgeois Left not only has different cultural tastes than the working classes; it disapproves of blue-collar tastes as well: “It is summed up in four frightful words which people nowadays are chary of uttering, but which were bandied about quite freely in my childhood. The words were: The lower classes smell.”

We see such disdain for blue-collar taste in our own modern American culture. Indeed, to many on the left, Donald Trump symbolizes bad taste. Snobbishness about food, country music, clothing, NASCAR, or “guns and religion” is as casual as it is accepted in the better ZIP codes of New York and Los Angeles. Orwell, to say the least, had the Left’s number, in ways we still recognize today: “One sometimes gets the impression that the mere words ‘Socialism’ and ‘Communism’ draw towards them with magnetic force every fruit-juice drinker, nudist, sandal-wearer, sex-maniac, Quaker, ‘Nature Cure’ quack, pacifist and feminist in England.”

The Crust remains the Crust even when it is championing the Underclass.

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Why Trump’s Education Pick Scares Unions

30th November 2016

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And that’s a good thing.

 

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Thought for the Day

30th November 2016

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What You Need to Know About Tom Price, Trump’s Pick for HHS Secretary

29th November 2016

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“Chairman Price, a renowned physician, has earned a reputation for being a tireless problem solver and the go-to expert on health care policy, making him the ideal choice to serve in this capacity,” Trump said in a statement. “He is exceptionally qualified to shepherd our commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare and bring affordable and accessible health care to every American.”

Well, he’s a doctor, so that’s good. And he apparently hates Obamacare, so that’s even better.

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Thought for the Day

29th November 2016

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How Boston’s 1919 Molasses Flood Turned So Deadly

29th November 2016

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Didn’t know about Boston’s 1919 molasses flood? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

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Forget Counting Calories, Fat and Sugar – Taking Care of Your Gut Is What Matters

29th November 2016

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Ditching restrictive dieting and calorie-counting is the key to maintaining a healthy weight according to a leading scientist determined to change how we eat.

Instead, the secret to health is nurturing the microbes in our guts, according to Professor Tim Spector, a geneticist at King’s College London.

I’m on it.

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