Doug Mortimer takes a look at the life of George Gilder, one of a few intellectuals willing to swim against the tide.
If you work it right, inclusivity can be profitable.
When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. (1 Corinthians 13:11) Granted, today if one speaks like a man, understands like a man, and thinks as a man, he will probably be […]
Doug Mortimer takes a look back at the 1950s movie Marty
Doug Mortimer reviews the film Arctic.
Sorry, mom and dad, but your son’s motivation to be responsible for anything more than his own well-being is diminishing day by day – as it should.
Doug Mortimer gets up close with Lee Marvin, a legend on and off screen
Doug Mortimer explores the power of gendered marketing
Doug Mortimer brings you the straight dope on ‘guys and dolls’
Doug Mortimer digs into the rise of diamonds as symbols of status.
A woman alleges she was sexually assaulted at a party. The accused is a prominent man who has been known to indulge in adult beverages. Evidence is lacking. Witnesses are unreliable. No corroboration is forthcoming. The woman is portrayed as an innocent victim, the man as privileged and arrogant. And the whole fracas becomes a […]
Doug Mortimer shares a fantasy of a male-for-male and female-for female single-sex voting system that would likely diminish gynocentrism in politics. It’s ok to dream isn’t it?