Category Archives: The William Tell Show

Science and the left wing and the right

These key psychological differences can determine whether you’re liberal or conservative

Some months back, I linked to this article and said I would need to devote more time to it at a later date.  A later date has come.  It lists fifteen physiological and psychological differences between liberals and conservatives.  Some interest me more than others.  Let me begin with a fairly bare-bones presentation of the list. Continue reading Science and the left wing and the right

Podcast — Good things I did today

Pat yourself on the back.

Good things I did today

First Music:  Bebe Rexha, “I’m a mess”

Second Music: The Pretenders, “Don’t get me wrong”

Script:

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The great questions of our time

In recent weeks it has been a matter of some chagrin to me that my Yahoo! News feed keeps bringing articles from major outlets that prove in my estimation to have far less merit than my own; while my own work continues to be ignored.

Frankly, it seems to me that my work is on a par with that of the Washington Post columnists.  I see myself as in that league.  If I can find my way there, my goal would be not so much to set forth my own views, as to alter the direction of public discourse; to influence, perhaps even at a national level, the way people talk about the great questions of our time.

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