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Wil Fry
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I wasn't always a feminist. As a man, I was long unconvinced that it's still necessary. I know better now.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2346

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Thinking about the proposed "A Day Without A Woman" general strike, I couldn't help but wonder: What if there were an actual day without women?

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2473

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Raised in a politically conservative religious household, I typically have a good understanding of the conservative voter. But I got lost in the maze of 2016. I couldn’t figure out the pathway from “conservative and religious” to Donald Trump.

Someone I used to know tried to explain.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2447

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My best attempt at a primer on economic inequality. Be warned; it's a long one.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2451

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When someone says "Don't like it? Then Leave!", what they really mean is "I'm not too bright."

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2470

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The chances are slim that I will do anything that historians think noteworthy, but if I did, will they focus on my poor choices and my character flaws, or on that one thing I did that was put my name in the public eye? And why can’t it be both?

Read more on my blog:

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2464

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In a public debate — which is really all politics is — it doesn’t matter whether the opponent agrees to certain ground rules or whether the opponent might possibly change his/her mind. Because it’s the audience that you’re trying to influence.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2463

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Thank you to my blog readers. January's stats were booming.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2462

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Why do right-wingers repeatedly bring up George Soros?

Because it's a successful red herring tactic.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2461

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None of the terrorists who killed on U.S. soil since 9/11 were from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen (the countries included in the Trump travel ban). For that matter, none of the 9/11 hijackers were from those countries either.

http://wilcfry.com/blogs/verily/archives/2460
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