"No: there’s scant evidence to support the trendy implicit-bias theory."
Another mystery seemingly solved with the culprit being--guess who?--the federal government.
Alex Tabarrok presents an interesting puzzle.
And in a second post he links to a paper that may offer an answer.
UNC grad and veteran of 22 years service in the Marines is profoundly disappointed in his alma mater.
Related: the scandal has induced an adjustment to this NC highway sign.
An excellent example.
When 7-year-old Hailey Dawson threw out the ceremonial first pitch, she used a prosthetic hand that was made possible by a pair of devoted parents, some dedicated engineers, 3D printing – and the market economy.
This story could turn out to be really interesting.
Kurt Schlichter unleashes a rant for the ages.
Uh oh, am I stereotyping Hawaiians as not being unbalanced, unhappy, bitter weirdoes like the social justice warriors who presume to speak for them? Yeah, I am. What are you gonna do about it, unbalanced, unhappy, bitter weirdoes?
Even a guy with "five brains and each one is smarter than yours" sometimes makes a mistake. AKA social science is usually difficult. Especially when mixed with politics.
“Based on everything we have learned in the past 17 years, we are evolving our education strategy,” Gates wrote on his blog as a preface to a speech he gave last week in Cleveland. He followed this by detailing how U.S. education has essentially made little improvement in the years since he and his foundation — working so closely with the Obama administration that federal officials regularly consulted foundation employees and waived ethics laws to hire several — began redirecting trillions of public dollars towards programs he now admits haven’t accomplished much.
It mentions the great Wilford Brimley in Absence of Malice. Boy we could use a man like him at the DOJ now.
Tell you what we're gonna do. We're gonna sit right here and talk about it. Now if you get tired of talking here, Mr. Marshal Elving Patrick there will hand you one of them subpoenas he's got stuck down in his pocket and we'll go downstairs and talk in front of the grand jury. Now we'll talk all day if you want to. But, come sundown, there's gonna be two things true that ain't true now. One is that the United States Department of Justice is gonna know what in the good Christ - excuse me, Angie - is goin' on around here. And the other's I'm gonna have somebody's ass in my briefcase."
(If you haven't seen Absence of Malice yet, I strongly recommend it. If you'd just like to see Wilford do his thing, start at 1:56:24 here.)
Keep on keepin' on.
The government has added an average of 13,000 new restrictions annually for the past 20 years. Under Trump, the number of new regulations is near zero.