Glen Reynolds

Notable Quote – Glen Reynolds

by Skip June 11, 2013

On Chivalry: WHEN WOMEN COMPLAIN ABOUT THE DISAPPEARANCE OF CHIVALRY, I’m prone to point out that chivalry was a system, one that imposed obligations of behavior on women and girls as well as on men. Likewise, when David Brooks complains that Edward Snowden is an unmediated man, I must note that in the civil society […]

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The Value Proposition of K-12 Education: a failing proposition. New York City shows why

by Skip March 9, 2013

Recent news: “Officials: Most NYC High School Grads Need Remedial Help Before Entering CUNY Community Colleges” (reformatted, emphasis mine) NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s an education bombshell. Nearly 80 percent of New York City high school graduates need to relearn basic skills before they can enter the City University’s community college system. The number of […]

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Notable Quote – Glen Reynolds

by Skip January 10, 2013

NOTE: When people say things like “don’t let this moment pass without acting on gun control,” what they’re really saying is our arguments are so unpersuasive that they can only succeed when people aren’t thinking clearly. – Glen Reynolds, Law Professor, Instapundit

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Very good Right side political advice from two great bloggers

by Skip January 7, 2013

Any time that an Establishment rumpswab starts in on you about TEA Party candidates, remember the words of Prof. Jacobson: If we had followed the establishment advice, we would not have Ted Cruz in office  Ted Cruz was the insurgent Tea Party – supported candidate running against the more establishment David Dewhurst.  If we followed […]

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Glen Reynolds (“Instapundit”) interviews Mark Levin on his new book: Ameritopia

by Skip January 19, 2012

“Author and radio host Mark Levin joins Glenn Reynolds to discuss the utopian dystopia. Levin wants to know why students are learning about utopian beliefs and not about great philosophers like John Locke? Do utopian visions depend invariably on a totalitarian government? Could Obama’s rainbow to paradise really deliver a tyrannical state? Find out.”   […]

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