United States, follow Netflix and Norway. Prove you value family and mandate parental leave.
Once again, the eyes of the world have turned to the sport of soccer. As Japan and America fight in the World Cup Final on July 5th, we see signs of progress and back steps in this edition of the Friday Sports Dump.
The United States is the only country of the world’s leading 34 economies to not offer paid parental leave
Algerian officials state, “Contact with the site is extremely difficult, but we understand that armed individuals are still occupying the In Amenas operations site.”
Second amendment rights come with limits, including discipline and regulation.
Dr. Brian Stout responds to calls for the death penalty for child sexual offenders, and encourages us, as a society, to hold on our goodness in the face of such evil.
Mark Ellis believes that in the case of those who sexually abuse or murder children, there should be no mercy for “good behavior,” no cover-ups, and no reassignments.
Norway’s parental leave policies, though popular, have unintended and adverse effects on families.
I found this article about affirmative action for male nurses in Norway very interesting. (Full disclaimer: everything I know about Norway was out of date a thousand years ago. Norwegians or people who know things about Norway, feel free to correct my analysis in the comments and I’ll update the post.) In Norway, a couple […]
Have you seen the video of the guy who lept out of his truck just a fraction of a second before it plummeted into an icy ravine?
Evelyn Pentikis admires attorney Geir Leppestad, who is setting aside his own pain in order to defend Norway shooter Anders Breivik.
In Breivik’s manifesto he stated that “the ‘man of today’ is expected to be a touchy-feely subspecies who bows to the radical feminist agenda.”
Scandinavia is putting the rest of the world to shame with their yearly coffee consumption.
Time travel, Optical Illusions, and the Wikileaks movie.