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Wow.  John Tierney of The New York Times on proposed legislation to close the gender gap in the sciences: The gap in science seems due mainly to another difference between the sexes: men are more interested in working with things, while women are more interested in working with people. There’s ample evidence — most recently […]

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2010-05-25 :: madlibertarianguy // Libertarian Party
An LP Poll

The Libertarian Party is hosting a poll in order to determine their new slogan which will officially represent the party.  First, the options: – Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal – Fiscally Responsible, Socially Tolerant – Free Markets and Civil Liberties – More Freedom, Less Government – Smaller Government, Lower Taxes, More Freedom It my estimation, the […]

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2010-05-15 :: madlibertarianguy // SCOTUS
Even More Diverse Than I Thought

The other day I wrote a short one-liner about the new idea of diversity on the Supreme Court if Kagan is to be confirmed.  And today I find that it will be even more diverse than I thought.  According to Robert Frank of the Wall Street Journal, “If she is confirmed, the nation’s nine most […]

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2010-05-12 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Government + SCOTUS
SCOTUS Diversity

I’m proud that we pay such close attention to diversity on our Supreme Court.

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