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Hypocrisy: The Latest Critical Success Skill

“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” – Queen Gertrude, Hamlet Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was an outspoken and philanthropic champion of women’s causes. Behind the scenes, he’s alleged to have assaulted and made unwanted and explicit sexual advances towards dozens of actresses and employees whose careers he could make[…] Read On

Snowflakes: Quit Acting Like Crybabies and Grow the F— Up

There are all sorts of loony notions being promulgated as truths by many political, academic and business leaders, not to mention agitators, activists, anarchists and the mainstream media. Those people have one thing in common: They’re all idiots. And those idiots are confusing the hell out of young people, all[…] Read On

Think for Yourself

“Open-mindedness, critical thinking, and debate are essential to discovering the truth. They are our best antidotes to bigotry.” – Prof. Robert P. George, Princeton University, et al In response to the growing scourge of conformism and groupthink infecting college campuses, 17 noted professors from Yale, Princeton and Harvard published the[…] Read On

The Business Case for Diversity Is Clear … as Mud

I was intrigued by an article in yesterday’s Harvard Business Review entitled “What 11 CEOs Have Learned About Championing Diversity.” The author is Stefanie Johnson, a biz school prof who studies the intersection of leadership and diversity and the effect of unconscious bias on evaluations. The piece starts with a[…] Read On