By Rory Smith, CNN IQ scores have been steadily falling for the past few decades, and environmental factors are to blame, a new study says. The research suggests that genes aren't what's driving the decline in IQ scores, according to the study, published Monday. Norwegian researchers analyzed the IQ scores of Norwegian men born between 1962 and 1991 and found that scores increased by almost 3 percentage points each decade for those born between 1962 to 1975 -- but then saw a steady decline [...]
I have noticed the anti-American/anti-logic sentiment label Mr. Peterson all sorts of things in an effort to discredit him all in this joint effort to deflate his input. This is evil trying to squash good. Jordan Peterson discusses life, religion, and human nature during the keynote address at the 2019 PragerU Summit in Santa Barbara, CA.
Coming from someone with a "checkered past" and a LONG history with the police, jail, running on the wrong side of the tracks and problems I created for myself, I found this interesting. Maybe you will too.
I think this is an interesting interview with Russian President Putin. Most of the time, I see him pretty much saying "If the US is allowed to behave this way, we should be allowed to as well." In this interview, you will see Megan use the typical US media tactics and it appears the Russian President doesn't fall for it. My philosophy has always been "there always has to be a bad guy", which is why we (the U.S.) [...]
(Language warning:) Gen-Xer Gavin McInnes calls Baby Boomers "the worst generation." Ironically, his parents, who are also Boomers, hate their own cohort and passed this along to Gavin - who passes it along to you!
Brendan Baker Professor Girswald. Sociology 110 The larger the human population grows, the average human I. Q seems to drop. Now how is this possible? Studies show that since the nineteen fifties the average I. Q has dropped a total of three points. This is alarming and confusing at the same time. How with all of our medical and technological advancements is this occurring? Many charts that I have found showed that the average I. Q was [...]
Boy do some of these resonate with some people I know... Singer John Mayer has a song called “Daughters” that discusses the importance of fathers being there for their daughters. Mayer wanted to emphasize the message that daughters have to be nurtured well in their childhoods, because those actions will affect the relationships they have when they become adults. But, not every girl gets the treatment they hope for. Some of them grew up with hardships and only understood the [...]
Allie Stuckey, founder of the Conservative Millennial blog and a regular on CR-TV, discusses the #MeToo movement and the flaws of its demands. Her remarks were recorded at CBLPI's Florida Women's Summit in Orlando in April 2018.
Narcissists can draw the worst out of you especially if you don't understand what you're up against. Psychotherapist Dr. Les Carter will identify eight ingredients driving the narcissist so you can be armed with wisdom as you deal with the narcissists in your life. Dr. Les Carter is a best selling author and practices counseling in Southlake, Tx. He has conducted over 60,000 sessions with his patients.
I so know a person or two that are full-blown sociopaths... Whether you’re trying to spot a potential school shooter, a dangerous romantic partner, a total liar at work, a scammer on the internet or someone pushing a bogus business deal on you, it helps to know some of the warning signs for sociopaths. As I explained in Part 1 of this two-part series, sociopaths can have some of the most hidden and dangerous personalityf eatures. The DSM-5 lists 10 criteria for diagnosing antisocial personality disorder1(ASPD), but [...]