Monthly Archives: June 2012

Too Many Docs on the Dance Floor

We’ve subsidized education too much and for too long. There is no reason why we need so many intelligent people pursuing PhDs in the humanities. They could be doing something else productive for society. We need college professors, but not that many. Continue reading

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Supporting Israel, Part III

I offer some reasons why my Reformed friends (and others!) should be sympathetic to Israel. Continue reading

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