2Kevins with Grace & Steel Ep. 15 11/30/15

TOPICS and LINKS

1. A short discussion about Eskimos and Edmonton
2. The first 2Kevins fundraiser; donate if you can. (5m 32s)
3. The Female Rage Machine – why is the swarm mostly women? (8m 56s)
4. Maurice Strong, a remembrance by Kevin Steel (48m 48s)
5. A Year in Cinema by Kevin Michael Grace: Week 13 – Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 film Ikiru (1h 0m 22s)
6. Does Scale lead to mayhem and murder? (1h 11m 54s)

Here are some links to stories mentioned during the podcast

A SHORT DISCUSSION ABOUT ESKIMOS AND EDMONTON
Ottawa Citizen Editorial, Nov. 26, 2015: Edmonton, it’s time to talk about your team name

Lorne Gunter in the Edmonton Sun, Nov. 30, 2015: No compelling reason for Edmonton Eskimos to change team name

THE FIRST 2KEVINS FUNDRAISER
Hit the DONATE button over in the right bar at the top. (Note: Hitting the DONATE button takes you to a secure Paypal page under the name of Yusipka. This is the company that I set up to publish the podcast. It’s in the metatag info of our uploaded mp3s. Donations are NOT tax deductible.–Kevin Steel)

THE FEMALE RAGE MACHINE
Steve Sailer, Unz Review, Nov. 26, 2015: When Society Encourages Mean Girls to Bully Boys

MTV, May 27, 2015: Alexi Halket Explains Why ‘Crop Top Day’ Is About Much More Than School Dress Codes

Alexi Halket twitter

Me to We: Hannah Alper

CBC, Nov. 10, 2015: Justin Trudeau rallies 16,000 students for We Day

USA Today Editorial, Aug. 28, 2003: Girls get extra school help while boys get Ritalin

Globe and Mail, Oct. 18, 2010: Failing Boys, Part 3: Are we medicating a disorder or treating boyhood as a disease?

Michelle Goldberg in Slate, Nov. 23, 2015: “Where the Whole World Meets in a Single Nest”–The history behind a misguided campus debate over yoga and “cultural appropriation.”

Vimeo Oct. 21, 2015: 7th Annual Belanich Family Speaker on Ethics and Politics featuring Jonathan Haidt

Wikipedia: Jonathan Haidt

Milo Yiannopoulos in Breitbart, Nov. 19, 2015: A Life Ruined By Feminists And The State: Only The Internet Can Save Canada’s Gregory Alan Elliott

Sara Ratchford in Vice, August 7, 2015: Why Do So Many Of Canada’s Women Columnists Write Like They Hate Women?

Daily Mail, June 26, 2015: A very flawed accuser: Investigation into the academic who hounded a Nobel Prize winning scientist out of his job reveals troubling questions about her testimony

MAURICE STRONG, A REMEMBRANCE
AP via CBC, Nov 28, 2015: Maurice Strong, climate and development pioneer, dead at 86

Kevin Steel in the Western Standard, May 8, 2006: Question Period: Maurice Strong

Transcript: Maurice Strong Interview, Mar. 31, 2006 by Kevin Steel

Maurice Strong in Saturday Review, Dec. 14, 1974: The Case for Optimism (PDF)

Kevin Steel in the Western Standard, May 8, 2006: Greens of the world, unite! With Kyoto failing, Maurice Strong, the father of the accord, says it’s time for an all-out environmental revolution

Kevin Steel in the Western Standard, Mar. 14, 2005: The scandal spills north–How Montreal’s Power Corp. found itself caught up in the biggest fiasco in UN history

Claudia Rosett in WSJ, Oct. 11, 2008: The U.N.’s Man of Mystery–Is the godfather of the Kyoto treaty a public servant or a profiteer?

A YEAR IN CINEMA: WEEK 13 AKIRA KUROSAWA’S IKIRU
Amazon.com: Ikiru (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray] $26.19 USD

Amazon.ca: Ikiru (Criterion Collection) (1952) (2 Discs) $61.88 CND

DOES SCALE LEAD TO MAYHEM AND MURDER?
Scale – the Back-ronym: S = Size, C = Complexity, A = Atomization, L = Liberalization, E = Elitism

James Kunstler, Nov. 30, 2015: The Story Line Dissolves

Ryan landry in Social Matter, Nov. 15, 2015: The System, SCALE, and Scams

Ryan Landry’s 28Sherman Blog, Nov. 20, 2015: Podcast News + SM Review + Preview 23

Kevin Michael Grace in The Report, Sept. 2002 (via enterhisrest.org PDF): Why save the nuclear family?

Wikipedia: Christopher Lasch

Chateau Heartiste, Mar. 27, 2015: Council of Realtalkers Vindicated? Andreas Lubitz Was A Recent Convert To Islam And A Lovelorn Beta Male

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