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Why parenting may not matter and why most social science research is probably wrong

Brian Boutwell, a criminologist, writes: Based on the results of classical twin studies, it just doesn’t appear that parenting—whether mom and dad are permissive or not, read to their kid or not, or whatever else—impacts development as much as we … Continue reading

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Pranking Dad

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Sexual Utopia in Power: The Feminist Revolt Against Civilization by F. Roger Devlin

I call F. Roger Devlin at noon Friday, August 28, 2015, to discuss his new book (MP3. (My June 21, 2021 interview is here.) Book description: Like many political revolutions, the sexual revolution of the 1960s began with a euphoric … Continue reading

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I Love The Sound Of Happiness

I live around many kids. Some people find children annoying. They’re too loud and rambunctious. I love the sound of kids playing. It’s the sound of happiness. They get so much delight out of a box, for instance. They can … Continue reading

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Aggressive People Get What They Want

In my childhood, my sister spoke out and she got what she wanted. My brother kept quiet and he got what he asked for (nothing). I was the youngest and I got a lot without needing to raise a fuss. … Continue reading

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