Jon Miltimore

Jon Miltimore

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Jonathan Miltimore is the Managing Editor of FEE.org. His writing/reporting has appeared in TIME magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, Fox News, and the Washington Times. 

Recent blog posts by this author

Do You Live in a Bubble?

Charles Murray, libertarian and scholar at American Enterprise Institute, has argued for some time that the upper classes in American society are increasingly becoming disconnected from poor and working class whites. The thesis was the crux of his...

How Did Ancient Humans Interpret Eclipses?

For the vast majority of history, people freaked out about eclipses. Ancient peoples in particular often could not rationally explain eclipses. Unsurprisingly, it was not uncommon to say the eerie, celestial phenomena foretold doom: floods,...

Gandhi’s Warm Letter to Hitler

  It’s safe to say that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is one of the most revered figures of the twentieth century. His method of patient, peaceful resistance to British colonial rule proved both wise and effective. He said many beautiful...

U. of New Hampshire Students Actually Created a ‘Bias-Free Language Guide’

Over the weekend I stumbled on an article in The Harvard Crimson that referenced the University of New Hampshire’s “Bias-Free Language Guide.” I was amused if not terribly surprised to hear that such a thing existed, but my initial searches...

Former Clinton Advisor: Censorship on Campuses Un-American and Selective

Lawrence Summers, the former treasury secretary to Bill Clinton, wrote a blog in the Washington Post Thursday taking universities to task for the increasing lack of tolerance and civil discourse on campuses. He pointed out that this lack of...

The Shakespeare Forger Who Duped England

William Henry Ireland was born in London in 1777 (or 1775, records vary), the son of a British author and engraver. Ireland came of age during what can be called a Shakespeare craze. Though he was considered a poor student—one teacher deemed him...

Study: Women are Biased AGAINST Short Men

Researchers concluded that short men face statistically significant handicaps in the areas of education, occupation, income, and the ability to attract women. A study released in March, conducted by BMJ, a healthcare knowledge provider based in...

The Tarantino-like End of Richard the Lionheart

I admit it. I still picture Richard the Lionheart as the handsome, smirking, fellow Sean Connery depicted in the Robin Hood movie that came out in 1991. I do this even though I know that Richard I was not that fellow.   Lionized for...

How Tetris Reveals the Stunning Power of the Human Brain

We know the human brain is more complex than the world’s most powerful computers. The most recent attempt to use a supercomputer to simulate the activity of a human brain showed that it took 40 minutes to process the data of a single second of...

The UN’s Ridiculously Biased Human Rights Report

Via Anne Bayefsky at Fox News: According to the United Nations, the most evil country in the world today is Israel. On March 24, 2016, the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) wrapped up its annual meeting in New York by condemning...

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