Equal Opportunity and Justice

March 17, 2017 AR-15 13

“Equality of opportunity has seemed to many writers to be the minimal egalitarian goal, questionable (if at all) only for being too weak.” Robert Nozick, ASU, p. 235. While the left stresses equality of results, some on the right promote equality of opportunity and think that everyone deserves an equal chance. While they do not see equality of outcomes as a matter of justice, they think that equality of opportunity is a requirement of justice [Continue reading]

International Women’s Day: Taking Stock

March 13, 2017 Touchstone 7

I learned this year that International Women’s Day was March 8th thanks in large part to a number of gals on my social media platforms as well as virtue signaling men (i.e., emasculated losers) who are more than willing to capitalize on the day. Help me, Dear Reader, to understand what is being celebrated and why. I understand the reason Democrats have for employing identity politics—it is so that they can stay in office and pass the [Continue reading]

A Post About Equality

January 11, 2017 Common Sense 17

Leftists often make use of “equality” language when attempting to justify their violent crusades in the name of social justice. It seems that we constantly hear about economic inequality, or the lack of equality among the sexes (and now also among genders that supposedly exist beyond man and woman), or the lack of equality represented by a lack of diversity among particular professions.  It’s not always clear whether this yearning after equality is really a [Continue reading]