Give me (and Scott Pruitt) a break

April 10, 2018 Editor 0

Steve Milloy Beltway navel gazers and anti-Trump media are all atwitter over Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt’s alleged ethical issues/lapses in judgment concerning his travel and living arrangements, security needs and, now, staff compensation.

Understanding Facebook’s Data Crisis

April 6, 2018 Editor 0

Jeff Inglis, The Conversation Most of Facebook’s 2 billion users have likely had their data collected by third parties, the company revealed April 4. That follows reports that 87 million users’ data were used to

How the Closing of the Campus Mind Threatens Freedom

April 6, 2018 Editor 0

Barry Brownstein “Our ignorance is sobering and boundless,” philosopher Karl Popper famously observed. Popper continued with what could be a credo for humble individuals willing to admit the limits of individual knowledge: “With each step forward,

Mike Rowe Hits Hard for Fatherhood

April 5, 2018 Editor 0

Devin Foley If you’ve followed Intellectual Takeout for any length of time, you’ll know that Fatherhood is a regular topic. You’ll also probably recognize that it’s not a popular topic in the culture. The Ivory

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