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APA’s Resolution on Spanking Children Ignores Debate | National Review
There are good and honest arguments for why parents might choose other discipline strategies aside from spanking.Unfortunately, these were not arguments the APA made in the voted resolution.In a recent meta-analysis I conducted with several colleagues, we found that the effects of spanking on child aggression were so weak that they were best interpreted as negligible.Indeed, depending on how one looks at the data, it’s possible to make it look like spanking has either tiny negative or tiny positive impacts on children’s behavior.
spanking  parenting  NationalReview 
12 days ago by HispanicPundit
Do Female Film Critics Need a Safe Space?
Some media women cry foul as male critics find fault with 'Captain Marvel.'
article  gender  nationalreview  editorial  filmreview  meta 
16 days ago by dwight
Obamacare Reform -- Health Care's New Obamacare | National Review
But a red state might see things completely differently. In its view, there is no excuse whatsoever for forcing people to buy a product they don’t want, or for stopping willing buyers and willing sellers from exchanging low-cost health insurance. If we don’t like the results of this free-market process, we should supplement it at taxpayer expense rather than put the burden on the young and healthy via mandates and inflated premiums. Toward that end, Obamacare can take care of the subsidized population and serve as a fallback plan for wealthier people with preexisting conditions; everyone else can buy a plan elsewhere that better suits his needs. Sure, this means that Obamacare will lose some of its healthy enrollees, that premiums will go up a bit in response, and that some people will go without insurance entirely. But that’s an acceptable trade-off. It’s a free country, for crying out loud.
ObamaCare  NationalReview 
21 days ago by HispanicPundit
New York City & Stop-and-Frisk: Crime Decline Shows Conservatives Were Wrong | National Review
“Today in New York City, use of stop-and-frisk, which the department justified via the 1968 Terry v. Ohio Supreme Court ruling, has crashed. Yet the statistics are clear: Crime is lower than ever. It’s possible that crime would be even lower had stop-and-frisk been retained, but that’s moving the goalposts. I and others argued that crime would rise. Instead, it fell. We were wrong.”
nationalreview  politics  2019 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
Federal Monetary Policy & the Recesssion | National Review
The tight-money theory fits the timeline of the economic crisis better than the housing-centric one does. The housing sector began to slump more than two years before the crisis hit, in 2006. Employment in construction dropped in 2006 and 2007, but employment overall continued to grow, as did economic output. The National Bureau of Economic Research would eventually determine that a recession started in December 2007, but even into the next spring it looked as though resources were shifting from housing to other sectors without the economy’s having to suffer vast damage.
FinancialCrisis  monetarism  ponnuru  NationalReview 
september 2018 by HispanicPundit
Yes, Anti-White Racism Exists
"The essence of bigotry is to look at the color of a person’s skin and, on that basis alone, make malignant judgments about his character or worth."
article  nationalreview  racism  editorial  culture  twitter  nytimes 
august 2018 by dwight

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