Tag: Socialism

Nuclear Families

Bookworm Beat 3/30/17 — tight-knit communities, nuclear families, and individual worth

Looking at this grab-bag post, I can see the common thread: valuing tight-knit communities, nuclear families, and each individual’s worth. I know why Utah’s welfare is working. Megan McArdle wrote a much-talked-about article in which she looked at Utah, which has extremely good and affordable social services. The key to

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Mob Illustrated edition post-election counting

The Bookworm Beat 7/19/16 — the “it never stops” edition and open thread

True confession: I didn’t watch the convention last night. Mr. Bookworm, whose politics don’t align with mine, got to the TV first. I did read about it, however, and I came away with the impression that it was a blessing that so many turncoat GOP operatives stayed away. Frankly, operatives

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Mob Illustrated edition post-election counting

The Bookworm Room 7/17/16 — the “I’m all riled up” edition and open thread

Blacks and Muslims should be angry at their criminal cohorts, not at us. In the context of an article about political correctness, Andrew Klavan said something I’ve been struggling to say for some time. He acknowledges that blacks are on the receiving end of much more police activity, something frustrating

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Bookworm Beat Benghazi Leftists Social Media

The Bookworm Beat 5/18/16 — the “Supremes” edition and open thread

This is a good, long post. Mix a martini or make yourself some hot chocolate, find a quiet place, settle back, and read away! Trump woos conservatives. The big news today is Donald Trump’s list of proposed Supreme Court nominees, all of whom of are, in John Yoo’s words “outstanding

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