Top Menu

Principle Number Five: Love Your Enemy

The anti-bully movement is unintentionally promoting hatred. This is an installment in a series called “Ten Principles for Moral Discipline.” They are meant to form the basis of a moral, effective school bullying policy. Published on February 20, 2012 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying The idea of “loving your enemy” was […]

Continue Reading

How New Jersey Can Reduce Bullying With No Extra Budget

Money cannot make an counterproductive anti-bullying law become successful. Published on January 31, 2012 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying No Amount of Money Can Make the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Law Successful New Jersey proudly passed the toughest school anti-bullying law in the country, only to discover that rather than eliminating bullying, […]

Continue Reading

“No Name-Calling Week” Weakens Children

“No Name-Calling Week” intensifies frequency and pain of insults. Published on January 26, 2012 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying It has been a number of years that the fourth week of January has been the official No Name-Calling Week. In case no one has noticed, name-calling is as serious a problem […]

Continue Reading

Why Are So Many Kids Committing Bullycide?

Two reasons why bullycide may be on the rise. Published on January 11, 2012 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying It’s relentless. Virtually every week the media informs us about another new tragedy of a young person taking his or her own life because they could no longer tolerate being bullied. Our […]

Continue Reading

The Speech President Obama Should Make About Bullying

This is what the President should tell us about bullying. Published on December 30, 2011 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying Our President is facing a barrage of pressure to make our society, and especially our schools, free from bullying. Major anti-bullying organizations have been disseminating a petition to Obama urging him […]

Continue Reading
Justice_Makes_Right

Principle Number Four: Justice Makes Right

Siding with apparent victims against bullies isn’t automatically moral.

Published on June 3, 2011 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying

This is an installment in a series called “Ten Principles for Moral Discipline.” They are meant to form the basis of a moral, effective school bullying policy.

In the lawless world of nature, Might makes right: the fittest survive; the strongest get what they want; it’s a dog-eat-dog world. There is no concept of crime because there is no law other than the law of nature, which is might makes right.

Continue Reading

Anti-Bullying Laws Punish the Taxpayer

You and I pay for counterproductive anti-bullying laws. Published on December 7, 2011 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying If you are like most people in the modern world, you have been in favor of strong anti-bullying laws. Everyone seems to be in love with these laws and want to see them […]

Continue Reading

What The Wizard of Oz Can Teach Us about Bullying

We are ignoring the eternal message of this great film. Published on November 24, 2011 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying I am writing this on Thanksgiving. When I was growing up, it was the day that NBC annually broadcast The Wizard of Oz, helping to make it the most frequently watched […]

Continue Reading

Academic Voices of Sanity in the World of Anti-Bully Hysteria

Scientists who dare to criticize anti-bully teachings deserve support. Published on November 4, 2011 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying Ever since Columbine brought the psychological field of bullying to worldwide prominence, I’ve been warning about the problems with this field and been vilified for it by anti-bully activists. Once in a […]

Continue Reading

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes