Mark Zuckerberg, Mike Huckabee, and the Myth of Obligatory Honesty

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Jeremy Adam Smith is the author of The Daddy Shift, co-editor of the new anthology Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood and founder of the blog Daddy Dialectic. He lives in San Francisco and works as Web Editor for the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center. Follow him on Twitter at @jeremyadamsmith.


  1. So….share as much as you’re comfortable sharing and don’t feel like you owe anyone anything?

  2. Yes, actually. Guess I could have said that in a tweet, huh?

  3. Henry Vandenburgh says:

    I’ll basically say anything (including about myself.) I’m a tenured full professor, and I’ll retire in a year. I don’t like the way the culture (and politics) have gone since the 1960s-1970s, and would like to bring some of it back. I think the tactic of being “straight up” actually reduces some of the paranoia one might feel if one were discovered thinking certain thoughts or doing certain behaviors. I use my proper name here because I think outing onesself is the way to go. I realize everyone doesn’t have this luxury.

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