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  • Devin Foley
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    Devin Foley

    Devin Foley is the co-founder of Intellectual Takeout and former CEO of Charlemagne Institute.

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  • What Living in a Single-Sex Dorm Has Taught Me About Men and Women

    What Living in a Single-Sex Dorm Has Taught Me About Men and Women0

    The college I attend is admittedly not your average college. We have no majors and no minors. We have no professors and no lectures, and I’ve not cracked open a textbook in the entire time I’ve been here. We don’t have many tests at all. (Don’t worry, we still learn—just not in the conventional way). Most

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  • Why It’s Okay That the Constitution Isn’t Perfect

    Why It’s Okay That the Constitution Isn’t Perfect0

    In the current political climate, it’s not that unusual to hear the American Constitution maligned. Despite this fact, I was still surprised to hear the Constitution referred to in an article as a “janky” and “antiquated” document which is “falling apart before our very eyes.”  No one would assert that the Constitution is perfect. Not even the founders

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  • Les Miserables: What Permit Patty’s Outburst Can Teach Us About Mercy

    Les Miserables: What Permit Patty’s Outburst Can Teach Us About Mercy0

    Meet Permit Patty (real name: Allison Ettel), the allegedly racist and anti-entrepreneur terror of the streets. She was recently recorded calling the cops on an 8-year old. Within hours, Permit Patty’s face was all over the internet. She admitted that she’d reacted badly, but contented her action had nothing to do with race or what

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  • Why ‘Social Justice Math’ Misses the Point of Learning Math

    Why ‘Social Justice Math’ Misses the Point of Learning Math0

    It’s a common occurrence: a math teacher stands at the front of the classroom, struggling to keep the student’s attention. One student is on the phone. Another stares straight ahead into the distance. And the kid in the back row is asleep. Again. However, as the teacher moves to the next topic, one student blurts:

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