He makes a suggestion early that he would be OK with allowing only people who have served in the military to have a vote in matters of foreign policy, although it's hard to see how that could even be implemented.
The chapter on Sex Bullies attacks “feminism” (as we know it), starting with a discussion of Sarah Palin (remember the HBO film “Game Change”, my movies blog, March 11, 2012, which had portrayed her as not knowing anything). He mentions Betty Friedan and then has to walk a tightrope when he gets to the issue of women wanting to have it both ways. I’ve always thought there was a bit of a logic gap in this whole matter of gender equality. Since women can do almost everything (except hit 500-foot home runs) as well as men, a free labor market will welcome their skills, and does. (After all, doesn’t Mark Zuckerberg let his older, wiser sister run his company?) But then there will be men who could fear that will not find potential spouses who will be submissive to them – we really see that in soe Islamic cultures. Likewise, one-earner families will have a hard time “competing”, and women who really want to dedicate themselves to raising their children might have trouble finding potential husbands who would find them sexually interesting. Let’s be frank about it. Libertarians, however, say that these things will just shake themselves out. It’s “different strokes for different folks”.
the unpredictable”, hardships, and the emotional bonds (starting in the nuclear family) they need to carry civilization forward. Inevitably, this leads to imposing on those who are “different” – talented in their own special ways but not able to conform easily without some sort of personal humiliation. Most of the time, a modern “ideological truce”, based on privacy for individuals and yet honoring the tradition family, has worked for a lot of us (including me). But the problem is, without “equality”, those who don’t conform emotionally can get set up for expropriation. I did.