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Robert James Bidinotto

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. . . Paved With Good Intentions

Modern Liberals Are Blind to the Practical Consequences of Their Policy Prescriptions
FEBRUARY 01, 1996

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From Liberalism to Tribalism

The Disenfranchisement of the Individual Means the Empowerment of Gangs
JANUARY 01, 1996

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Conspiracy or Consensus?

A Powerful Force Is Dragging Society Down
NOVEMBER 01, 1995

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Marketing Individualism

No One Need Sacrifice His Integrity in Pursuit of Popularity
OCTOBER 01, 1995

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Persuasion or Popularity?

Some Misconceive the Purpose of a Column in a Magazine of Ideas
SEPTEMBER 01, 1995

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Justice or Utility

Society Should Punish Criminals in Proportion to Their Crimes
AUGUST 01, 1995

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Beyond the Pale

A Purely Negative, Anti-Governmental Focus Is Bankrupt
JULY 01, 1995

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The "Root Causes" of Crime

We Must Address the Moral Abdication Occurring in Our Homes, Communities, and Institutions
JUNE 01, 1995

Since 1960, per capita crime rates have more than tripled, while violent crime rates have nearly quintupled. By any measure, we live in a nation much less safe than that in which our parents grew up.This simply cries out for an explanation. What in our modern society could possibly account for the sudden and explosive growth in force, fraud, and coercion?

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In Praise of Pain

The Compassion Lobby's Claim to Moral Concern Is Fraudulent
MAY 01, 1995

Babies will starve, modern Chicken Littles warn, because teenage mothers will be deprived of "their" food stamps. Little children in schools will go hungry, because the new Scrooges on Capitol Hill will rob them of "their" school lunches. The elderly will lose "their" Medicare and Social Security. Opera enthusiasts will lose taxsubsidized encounters with Wagner and Puccini, and pre-schoolers the daily inspiration of Barney the Dinosaur, all because of plans to close down "their" local public broadcasting stations.

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Values or Virtues?

How Can Free Marketeers Best Persuade Ordinary People?
APRIL 01, 1995

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Cultural Pollution

The Welfare State Buffers People from Any Need to Behave Like Civilized Human Beings
MARCH 01, 1995

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A Matter of Principle: To Educate Or Legislate?

Trying to Effect Change Through Politics Is Wasted Effort
FEBRUARY 01, 1995

As I write, the President is publicly jousting with congressional Democratic rivals, and with Republican opponents, over competing initiatives to shrink government, cut spending, and reduce taxes. The current argument among politicians is no longer if such cuts are necessary, but where and how much to cut.

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A Matter of Principle: The Second American Revolution?

Voters Have Handed Liberalism a Stunning Repudiation at the Polls
JANUARY 01, 1995

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Crime and Consequences

SEPTEMBER 01, 1989

Treating criminals as victims undermined justice and began to bias the criminal justice system on their behalf. "Reforms" helpful to criminals included new courtroom rules excluding certain voluntary criminal confessions and factual evidence; lenient bail and release-on-recognizance practices; and routine sentence- reduction and release policies, such as plea bargaining, probation, parole, and insanity defenses.

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Morality Laws = Majority License

APRIL 01, 1987

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Perspective: Speak for Yourself!

APRIL 01, 1987
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