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America’s Hamster Wheel of ‘Career Advancement’

America’s Hamster Wheel of ‘Career Advancement’

Is life only about how far you can get in a career? Is work just about paying the bills? Perhaps there's more to be gained from both work and leisure.

Jane Austen Fans Deserve Better Than 'Sanditon'

Jane Austen Fans Deserve Better Than 'Sanditon'

The new edition of Jane Austen's unfinished novel "Sanditon" is decidedly un-Austen like, unnecessarily sexed up, and just poor quality across the board.

The Fertility Industry Is a Science Fiction Nightmare

The Fertility Industry Is a Science Fiction Nightmare

The fertility industry is an exploitative, morally bankrupt business which misleads and damages the people who donate their genetic material.

MAGA Hat-Wearing Teen Just Got a Settlement From CNN. Media: Learn Your Lesson.

MAGA Hat-Wearing Teen Just Got a Settlement From CNN. Media: Learn Your Lesson.

The Covington High School pro-life students vs. media case is coming to a close, as CNN settles out of court with Nick Sandmann.

Cracks in the Concrete: Is PC Culture in Danger of Extinction?

Cracks in the Concrete: Is PC Culture in Danger of Extinction?

The behavior of the politically correct types has hit some new lows, but the light at the end of the politically correct tunnel seems to be getting closer.

How This Teen Entrepreneur Created a Million-Dollar Candy Empire

How This Teen Entrepreneur Created a Million-Dollar Candy Empire

At age 14, Alina Morse achieved “the American Dream.” How did it happen?

Putting a Blowtorch to ‘Toxic Masculinity’

Putting a Blowtorch to ‘Toxic Masculinity’

One Australian senator has had quite enough of the toxic masculinity narrative, and she let everyone know exactly how she feels about it.

Is Parental Burnout Something We Must Live With?

Is Parental Burnout Something We Must Live With?

Parental burnout is a serious problem, but is it one that we could solve simply by stepping back, taking stock, and readjusting the way we approach it?

Voters Widely Accept Misinformation Spread by the Media

Voters Widely Accept Misinformation Spread by the Media

Reporters keep claiming that the right is the peddler of fake news. Turns out it's a bipartisan problem. 

Anti-Christian Blasphemy Isn’t Edgy or Brave

Anti-Christian Blasphemy Isn’t Edgy or Brave

Porta dos Fundos and Netflix view themselves as defenders of free speech, but they aren't risking anything by poking fun at Christians.

America Needs the 'Rough-and-Ready Democracy of Boy Life'

America Needs the 'Rough-and-Ready Democracy of Boy Life'

A man who has to work alongside many other men in a condition where caste or class does not apply will see true democracy in action.

'We' Should Not Regulate Homeschooling

'We' Should Not Regulate Homeschooling

An NPR story aired last week with the headline, “How Should We Regulate Homeschooling?” Short answer: “We” shouldn’t.

Cui Bono? Our Endless Wars

Cui Bono? Our Endless Wars

While Iranian Americans celebrate the death of Qasem Soleimani, one has to wonder how long America will stay militarily involved in the Middle East.

The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

When you have an argument, what do you look for from your partner? Emotional support can be good, but there are downsides.

Keeping the Right Away from the Left

Keeping the Right Away from the Left

Republicans need to do a better job of definitively standing for conservative principles, or they'll lose more than just the next election. 

At the Golden Globes, Ricky Gervais Exposes Hollywood’s ‘Woke’ Culture

At the Golden Globes, Ricky Gervais Exposes Hollywood’s ‘Woke’ Culture

Ricky Gervais tore the Hollywood elites apart in his speech at the Golden Globes, but not everyone is laughing, especially in the media.

Henry Ford Did More for Workers than Unions Did

Henry Ford Did More for Workers than Unions Did

Unions get far too much credit for things such as the 40 hour work week. Workers should instead be thanking Henry Ford and other businessmen.

Make No Bones About Iran

Make No Bones About Iran

America might do well to listen to the words of Otto von Bismarck, and ensure American lives aren't wasted in the Middle East in vain.

Should “They” Really Be the Word of the Decade?

Should “They” Really Be the Word of the Decade?

The American Dialect Society said some interesting things about the English language, but most folks outside of gender studies departments wouldn't agree with them.

Killing Soleimani Was Just – Now Let’s Get Out

Killing Soleimani Was Just – Now Let’s Get Out

The summary execution of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Iraq on Friday appears to be completely justifiable, but it's time for America to leave the Middle East.

The 2010s: A Decade of Disappearing Youth in America

The 2010s: A Decade of Disappearing Youth in America

The world is waking up to the problem of low fertility rates, as the demographics of America shift dramatically towards the elderly and towards immigrants.

The Postal Service Bleeds Cash in the New Year

The Postal Service Bleeds Cash in the New Year

The Christmas season, and the resulting returns of unwanted gifts, play havoc with the United States Postal Service, which bleeds money well into January.

What History Says About Witnesses at Senate Impeachment Trials

What History Says About Witnesses at Senate Impeachment Trials

From Johnson, to Clinton, to Trump, there is a complicated history of which witnesses testify in Senate impeachment trials, and how they are allowed to do so.

A Manhattan Whole Foods’ Homeless 'Policy' Endangers Others

A Manhattan Whole Foods’ Homeless 'Policy' Endangers Others

"Woke" culture is dehumanizing people by removing all expectations from them, and casting people into indifference and callousness.

A Note to Politicians: What Average Americans Want

A Note to Politicians: What Average Americans Want

If politicians were to actually listen to what the American people hope for in 2020, they might find American is a lot less divided than they think.

Why Iraq Is Much Worse Than ‘Trump’s Benghazi’

Why Iraq Is Much Worse Than ‘Trump’s Benghazi’

Today's events could lead to a hot war with Iran.

15 Economic, Historical, and Health Facts About Bacon

15 Economic, Historical, and Health Facts About Bacon

Bacon is more important than you might realize, and here's 15 facts to justify your mass consumption of the world's tastiest breakfast treat.

What the Founders Actually Thought About Slavery

What the Founders Actually Thought About Slavery

Pete Buttigieg and The New York Times seem intent on re-framing America's history to make progress seem inevitable, and to depict its founders as the worst people in history.

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