Moral Bankruptcy in Academia: Cultural Relativism

Moral Bankruptcy in Academia: Cultural Relativism

Cultural Relativism, the idea that morality is relative to culture alone, is worse than bunk: it’s dangerously stupid. This is an opinion that would likely be unpopular with the whole of Academia’s social science programs. There’s some firmly-grounded logical weight behind discarding cultural relativism, and yet it survives. It thrives. More perniciously, it infects the…

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Urban China: A Soulless Vacuum of Abandoned Culture

Urban China: A Soulless Vacuum of Abandoned Culture

A quick warning to readers: The following anecdote is graphic as well as true. The squeamish may feel free to skip this initial section. Date: 2013 Qianlingshan park, Guiyang, China A mother takes her infant child into Guiyang’s famed QianLingShan park, known colloquially as ‘The Monkey Park’. As advertised, there are monkeys aplenty. People get…

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Hate Speech and Intensifying Social Media Censorship

Hate Speech and Intensifying Social Media Censorship

In case you haven’t noticed, hate speech is a hot-button issue. Also, hate speech is usually stupid. It’s often the final vestige of an individual who’s either losing an argument or is too mentally deficient to parse out the factors that make certain groups of people do certain things. The definition of hate speech, however,…

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China is Poised to Become the World’s #1 Economy if We Don’t Get Our Act Together

China is Poised to Become the World’s #1 Economy if We Don’t Get Our Act Together

China’s military generals released a book in 1999 called, “Unrestricted Warfare” where it explained the CCP’s strategy to destroy the US’s economy, culture, and political system and thus our ability to implement Military force, without ever openly engaging in traditional warfare. They also expound about how they intend to essentially “Pretend” to be our friend…

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USA, #1: The Case for American Power

USA, #1: The Case for American Power

“With great power comes great responsibility”. It’s an oft-repeated platitude and, like many phrases that fall victim to overuse, devoid of much meaning upon first glance. If we can abandon our familiarity with this phrase, however, it’s easy to see how well it may apply to the contemporary United States. Many fall prey to the…

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