UK’s Telegraph published an article with a misleading title, “Oxford University gives women more time to pass exams“, which states:
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Students taking maths and computer science examinations in the summer of 2017 were given an extra 15 minutes to complete their papers, after dons ruled that “female candidates might be more likel
Two unlikely heroes of rational thought and free speech emerged in 2017: Lindsay Shepherd and James Damore. Both were, shall I dare say, victims of the group-thinking mob in their respective institutions: Lindsay at a Canadian university, and James at a Silicon Valley company.
Their offence? Simply bringing up another side of the argument.
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In my mathematical analysis of the wage hike, I claimed:
The minimum wage increase does nothing in relative terms, but increases everything in absolute terms. It is pure, immediate inflation.
Anecdotally, within just the first few days of this legislation in effect, everyone has seen the immediate inflation in consumer prices, and if not, the immediat… Read more
As of the time of the writing of this article, BitCoin has eclipsed $15,000 USD/BTC, nearly double its value from a month ago. Similarly, another cryptocurrency which I tout as technologically better than BitCoin due to its more privacy friendly transactions, Monero, has nearly tripled in the same timeframe.
Finance Minister Charles Sousa unveiled the plan in the province’s fall economic statement Tuesday afternoon. The corporate tax rate for small businesses will fall from 4.5 per cent to 3.5 per cent effective Jan. 1, 2018, the same day the province will increase its minimum wage from $11.60 to $14.
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Trading at nearly 300 times earnings, the debt-fueled stock market has placed a considerably high valuation on Netflix.
Netflix is a microcosm of the world. Just as most consumers and nations are debt ridden, overly speculative, and at the peak of irrational exuberance, so is Netflix.
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On Thursday, Twitter reported a third-quarter loss of $21 million, or 3 cents per share. Excluding one-time items, the company earned 10 cents per share in the latest quarter.
The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of 12 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 6 cents per share.
The company posted re
Take a look at this screen grab of the real estate headlines at CP24.com (Canadian Propaganda 24 hours a day):
Affordability is the worst, yet prices are near the bottom?
Nothing is technically “affordable” nowadays in a Keynesian powered economy. No one is encouraged to save, and everyone (government included) relies on debt, a.k.a. future … Read more
One James confirms the suspicion of another James.
James O’Keefe III and his team at Project Veritas has verified what many other rational thinkers, including James Damore, have long theorized about big tech companies. Companies such as Alphabet (YouTube, Google) and Facebook have had their internal offices infiltrated with postmodernist zeal… Read more
Yahoo! recently revealed that all of its 3 billion accounts were compromised, up from its initial estimate of 1 billion.
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“Whether it’s 1 billion or 3 billion is largely immaterial. Assume it affects you,” Curry said. “Privacy is really the victim here.”
Yahoo first disclosed the breach in December . The stolen informat