Category Archives: Ethics

War Dogs

Steve Sailer writes: War Dogs’ closest comparison is to Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. But Scorsese didn’t have the courage to make the ethnic angle explicit. In his memoir, embezzler Jordan Belfort had explained the animus that motivated … Continue reading

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One Law for Jews, Another Law for Gentiles

Most of the world is tribal and tribal morality is inevitably dual — there’s one morality for how you deal with members of the tribe and another morality for how you deal with outsiders. Judaism is tribal morality (with the … Continue reading

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The Talmudic Argument For a More Ethical Financial System

Jon Lukomnik writes: It takes some chutzpah to write a book that takes on the whole financial system, let alone a plan to fix it. But that’s the task my co-authors and I undertook in writing “What They Do With … Continue reading

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The Ten Commandments Of Logic

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Tweet: It might answer the question “How many 5 year old Muslims could you fight at once?”

I’d rather have dangerous and troublesome people be stunted than to allow them loose in polite society. NYT: Should Parents of Children With Severe Disabilities Be Allowed to Stop Their Growth? Caring for people with severe mental and physical limitations … Continue reading

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