No Such Thing As An Opinion!

October 28, 2011

Update for my readers:  My career plans and a list of upcoming topics I plan to write about

Hi everyone!

As you've noticed, I haven't written an article in a while, due to time constraints resulting from my pursuit of career objectives!

At this point, I'm planning to use my site's large resume of 118 articles as a selling point in pursuing a position as a columnist, author or thought-leader.  I believe my biggest selling point will be the eighteen articles demonstrating my ability to outsmart experts and thought-leaders!

In the meantime, I plan to write an article occasionally, to keep my site current!

I have no lack of ideas to write about...

Here are some of the interesting topics I plan to write about in the future:

  • Did women feel the need to enter the workforce on mass because the country started losing wealth when trade with China began in the 1970s?
  • Why immigration (all immigration, regardless of source country) is economically damaging; How a fifteen character formula I created proves that both conservative and liberal economists are wrong when claiming immigration has a net economic benefit!
  • Why are the most vocal critics of homosexuals typically men?
  • A series examining which jobs are "takers" from society, and which jobs are "providers".
  • How womens' entry in the workforce inadvertently took wealth away from men.
  • Conservative contradictions (by reader request, to balance against my list of liberal contradiction).
  • Examining how the wealthy get wealthier over time; is it to be expected by default?
  • What would happen if no one worked?
  • Why do people work eight hours a day? After all, the wealth in the world remains the same!
  • The idea that perhaps racism wasn't as large of a cause of slavery as was economics.
  • Political party conversion: How rare is it, and why?
  • Evolutions' Impact: examining sibling rivalry.
  • Evolutions' Impact: examining the roots of popularity.
  • Evolutions' Impact: examining the roots of what women find attractive about men.
  • Evolutions' Impact: examining the roots of children being afraid of the dark.

If you know of anyone who might want to hire my talents, please direct them to email me at:

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