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This Father’s Day takes place amid growing assault on what is widely called “patriarchy.” In the era of #MeToo-inspired militant feminism, it’s become increasingly fashionable to reject maleness and castigate fatherhood.
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Every year over the past decade, in the Forbes’ annual “Best Places for Jobs” survey, we have been fortunate to assess Southern California’s job market and compare it to other large metropolitan areas. Our economic legacy remains strong, but the rest of the world is catching up on us, and fast.
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by Joel Kotkin — Jet fighters, smart bombs, terrorism and ethnic cleansing have not exactly improved the Middle East. Yet the perennial world trouble spot is not without resources — an increasingly educated population, massive energy resources and ample capital…
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Jerry Brown’s long political career will likely end in January 2019, when the 80-year-old’s second stint as California governor concludes. In the media’s eyes—and in his own mind—Brown’s gubernatorial encore has been a rousing success.
by Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox — Look away from President Trump and it’s easier to see how three long-term demographic and geographic trends are reshaping American politics. The demography favors Democrats. The geography, on the other hand, favors Republicans.
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