YBS: Anti-discrimination Law, Tribalism and the War on Social Media W/ Steve Simpson
Feb 08, 2021
defining and discussing discrimination & discrimination laws
analyzing the impact of Civil Rights Act of 1964
dealing with rational and irrational discrimination in a mixed economy or free culture
role of law in combating discrimination and harassment
exploring the link between discrimination and Free Speech and de-platforming and Social Media companies
impact of discrimination and harassment law on businesses
Q: thoughts on Bail reform?
Q: thoughts on current domestic violence laws?
Q: are most judges emotionalist & irrational & vindictive & power lusting?
Q: how effective has IJ and PLF been about combating licensing laws?
Q: how to be pro-Founding Fathers while addressing slavery?
Q: thoughts on employers allowing non-white groups but not allowing white groups ?
Q: is it rational or racist for a driver to avoid black or dangerous neighborhoods ?
Q: what areas are ripe for legal reform ?
Q: don't anti-discrimination laws assume that individuals don't have agency and are owned by the state?
Q: guilt shouldn't be assumed due to a settlement?
Q: what about sexual harassment in higher education and business where the male is assumed guilty till proven innocent?
Q: thoughts on airlines charging obese people for 2 seats and similar practices?
Q: what racist group is the worst?
Q: thoughts on potential link between machine labor, energy, and return of slavery?
Q: do church officials have some means to avoid legal punishment?
Q: did slavery foster or inhibit machine labor development?