The following essays were written by me over the course of the recent past touching on a wide variety of subjects that you may find of interest. Some of them are controversial, but all of them, hopefully, will be thought-provoking.

Revisiting The Noise at Northwestern

In early 2011, a psychology professor at Northwestern University, while teaching a Human Sexuality class, allowed a couple of non-students to perform an exhibition. . . . My analysis of the Professor’s justification for doing so.

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Engaging The Left: A Futile Waste of Time?

This 20 page essay contains my anaysis of why Conservatives usually fail in their efforts to build bridges of understanding in their dialogues with persons Left-of-Center. It’s based on an actual episode of a Facebook discussion and contains the actual transcript of that discussion in the Appendix.

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