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Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
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Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
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Everything was funny until someone got punched in the throatThe post The Anti-Free-Speech Left Gets Hoisted By Its Own Petard… And It Doesn’t Like It appeared first on RedState.

The election of Donald Trump has already precipitated many shattering takeaways and consequences, but the quick sting of embarrassment that follows being completely wrong about everything should not be counted among them.Read more...

Anyone who has read anything I’ve written on the subject knows I’m no fan of Donald Trump, but some reactions to his election are simply insane. Ever since Trump won, it seems like you can’t swing a dead hippie without hitting at...

You can’t make this stuff up. Twitchy is reporting that Ben Shaprio has been banned from speaking at DePaul University on the subject of…wait for it…intolerance on campus. Seems Ben Shapiro has been banned by DePaul University from...

 In a speech today at Web Summit, Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer laid out a vision for the role artificial intelligence and machine learning will play in the company’s ambitions to improve global connectivity, technology accessibility, and...

A group of political science eggheads from Yale University and Koç University (in Istanbul)  have published a “study” in the Washington Post which claims to show how wildly uninformed Donald Trump supporters are compared to Hillary C...

Increasingly, college campuses across the U.S. are becoming havens for everything but conservative thought. At these institutions of “higher learning”, safe spaces protect tender twenty-somethings from the scary concept called diversity...