There’s one question about the Manchester atrocity infinitely more pressing than any other.
Why did a young man brought up in the city murder 22 of his fellow citizens in cold blood, many of them children, who had breathed the same air and walked the same streets?
(I once asked Kenny Dalglish of Liverpool for his prediction on a Wembley final: "It'll be sunny" was his entire response.
Liberalism is a political philosophy or worldview founded on ideas of liberty and equality.
Columbia statistician Andrew Gelman points out that a correct interpretation of the regression coefficients in Kanazawa's analysis is that attractive people are 8% more likely to have girls, an error that Kanazawa acknowledges.
Gelman argues that Kanazawa's analysis does not convincingly show causality, because of possible endogeneity as well as problematic interpretations of statistical significance in multiple comparisons.
Others reasonably point out many terrorists are drug takers, as Abedi is alleged to have been.
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