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Promiscuity Culture is a War on Women

By making the social and physical cost/risk of sex appear artificially low, those who promote loose sexual morals place a heavier burden on women by encouraging them to participate too easily and ignore the hidden costs of doing so. Continue reading

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Shifting Responsibility in Sexual Assault

We should never blame the victim or justify the aggressor in a sexual assault but there is a time and place to discuss risk factors and teaching potential victims how to minimize their risk. Talking about specific risk factors and ways to minimize risk isn’t blaming the victim. Continue reading

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Incentives to Get Off Welfare

Another spinoff from the discussion about Equality Under the Law clicked a switch in my brain. Nothing that Anti-PC Infidel says in his post should surprise anyone who has seen the discussion already, but for some reason the following statement … Continue reading

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One Good Decision

I would not try to claim that one good decision can negate a series of very bad choices, but I think that Michael Rodriguez deserves to be acknowledged for his choice to skip an endless series of appeals. Instead he … Continue reading

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Anti Universal Coverage

This came along before I started reading the Cato blog regularly but I am definitely a member of The Anti-Universal Coverage Club. Health policy should focus on making health care of ever-increasing quality available to an ever-increasing number of people. … Continue reading

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