Blog Profile / The League of Ordinary Gentlemen

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Archived Since:August 27, 2009

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Notes on a University Student Questionnaire

What university ephemera can tell us about how academia sees itself.

Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms & Pythagoras

I'm super-interested in this book, just like Bill Clinton is and John Adams and Thomas Jefferson probably would have been.

Another Post I Wish I’d Written

Ken White fisks the President before Burt Likko could even get home from his day job to try.

Radical Reading: A Small Key Can Open a Large Door

This is the first in a series where I read and discuss a radical book on the left or right. This time, I address a book related to anarchist movements in the Syrian Civil War.

Two Perspectives on Tamir Rice

A couple worthwhile pieces on Tamir Rice. The first is from JayFromBrooklyn, who was not itching to come to the defense of the police nonetheless came to the conclusion that the non-indictment was just: By pointing a real looking gun at people in a public area, Tamir Rice classified himself as an active shooter. He…

What If…?

Seriously, what would the response be if the 100-150 heavily armed militia members took control of a government building were Black? Or Muslim? How would the government respond? Law enforcement? The media?

The Year of the Alt-Right

The "alternative right" made inroads in 2015, but continues to be the same old right wing you didn't like the first time.

A Tragedy with Many Fathers

In Flint, Michigan many are blaming the state and Governor Rick Snyder for the recent water crisis where lead was found in the water supply. But the story is not so simple.


On the gamification of the order of operations.

The Question of Natural Religion and Syncretism Part I

How authentic is it to the various religious systems the notion that all religions try to get at the same essential truth and in a sense do?

Linky Friday #147: New Year Edition

This Week! Britain, Gender, Society, Technology, Politics, and Religion!

2015: The Year In Review

If you could do 2015 all over again, would you want to? Here's a summary of information and events to help you relive what happened and decide.

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