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Leaving the Peach State Won’t Be so Peachy for Netflix

Leaving the Peach State Won’t Be so Peachy for Netflix

As Netflix attempts to strong-arm the state of Georgia, they may want to take time for some self-evaluation.

The Dictatorship of the Young

The Dictatorship of the Young

We are left with children who rely not on authoritative adults but on news from nowhere.

The Tax That Closed 3,600 Doctors' Offices

The Tax That Closed 3,600 Doctors' Offices

Envy-driven taxation schemes, political calculations, and overregulation hinder anyone willing to “minister to the needs of suffering humanity.”

AOC's Gardening Advice Channels Mao

AOC's Gardening Advice Channels Mao

We may laugh at Ocasio-Cortez’s boundless hubris, but let’s learn from history.

The Three Things Every Good Man Wants to Do for Women

The Three Things Every Good Man Wants to Do for Women

Would we see women who are less stressed if they stepped back and allowed men to take more of a pursuer, protector, and provider role in their lives?

Why Are We No Longer Visiting Our Nation's Historical Sites?

Why Are We No Longer Visiting Our Nation's Historical Sites?

One of the things an American visitor at these monuments notices is the inordinately large proportion of non-American visitors.

Graduates, Be Skeptical of Those in Power

Graduates, Be Skeptical of Those in Power

Here's what I want this year's graduates to know...

Aldi and the Virtues of 'Brutal Efficiency'

Aldi and the Virtues of 'Brutal Efficiency'

Aldi’s striking simplicity helps remind us of the core of what we’re after with trade and exchange.

Biological Male Wins NCAA Women’s Track Championship

Biological Male Wins NCAA Women’s Track Championship

A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won an NCAA national championship over Memorial Day weekend.

Debunking Seven Persistent Myths About Homeschoolers

Debunking Seven Persistent Myths About Homeschoolers

Time to put these misconceptions to rest once and for all.

Should Hikers Pay for Their Own Rescue?

Should Hikers Pay for Their Own Rescue?

Usually, such emergency services are provided “free” to victims as part of the overall “public good” of safety. In reality, the costs fall upon taxpayers, who are often irritated at having to bail out individuals who don’t take common sense precautions.  

When the Tassle Isn't Worth the Hassle

When the Tassle Isn't Worth the Hassle

Looking beyond the practicalities, though, we should keep in mind that education ought to be more than mere job preparation. It should be soulcraft, enabling the student to realize his human potential, and preparing him to embrace the true, beautiful, and good (both in this world and the next).

Extreme Marie Kondo: Could You Give Up all Your Worldly Goods?

Extreme Marie Kondo: Could You Give Up all Your Worldly Goods?

Marie Kondo’s Netflix show “Tidying Up” is a smash hit, but what if people didn't stop there? What if they got rid of their house altogether?

A Nordic Paradox: Higher Gender Equality, More Partner Violence

A Nordic Paradox: Higher Gender Equality, More Partner Violence

The Nordic countries lead the world in gender equality, but have some of the highest rates of intimate partner violence against women in the EU.

Are We Outsourcing Our Brains to Google?

Are We Outsourcing Our Brains to Google?

Cars, light bulbs, telephones, and compact discs are objects we use and control. Social media has the power to use and control us.

For Some Millennials, ‘Despair Springs Eternal’

For Some Millennials, ‘Despair Springs Eternal’

A mindset of “despair springs eternal” can create our destiny. And as more people embrace socialism, the more likely we will no longer live under the blessings of capitalism, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The PC Killing of Kate Smith

The PC Killing of Kate Smith

Just because we have smartphones, live in comfort, and have abundant choices does not mean that we are the sole holders of wisdom.

Lawmakers Seek to Protect Americans from Beach Umbrellas This Summer

Lawmakers Seek to Protect Americans from Beach Umbrellas This Summer

Without government, who would protect us from beach umbrellas?

Inverting the Wisdom of the Ages

Inverting the Wisdom of the Ages

The difference here is between people who are dull and people who are shrieking, to drown out the voice of conscience.

Design Regulations Helped Ruin American Cars

Design Regulations Helped Ruin American Cars

Your car looks like a box. So does every other car. It’s boring, even shocking when you consider how awesome cars used to look. What’s gone wrong?

Why I'm Celebrating Memorial Day Differently This Year

Why I'm Celebrating Memorial Day Differently This Year

In recent years, I have rarely celebrated the day. For some reason or another Memorial Day has become a day of reading or chores.

A Slow Learner Looks at Anti-Semitism

A Slow Learner Looks at Anti-Semitism

Sometimes being a slow learner can be a good thing.

Does the Constitution Mandate Universal Birthright Citizenship? Here’s the Answer
Forty-Four Things You Should Know About the Green New Deal

Forty-Four Things You Should Know About the Green New Deal

Imagine FDR’s New Deal took the Paris Climate Agreement out for drinks, one thing led to another, and — voila — nine months later they had a baby: The Green New Deal.

The Forgotten Family Ritual That Bonds Parents and Children

The Forgotten Family Ritual That Bonds Parents and Children

What would happen if we reversed the mundane and made dinner special again?

Marriott Finally Realizes That Competing With Airbnb Beats Lobbying Against It

Marriott Finally Realizes That Competing With Airbnb Beats Lobbying Against It

How, exactly, is Marriott going to compete directly with Airbnb?

On War With Iran, It's Trump Versus the Founding Fathers

On War With Iran, It's Trump Versus the Founding Fathers

Modern presidents routinely claim monarchical powers, using the military without proper authority. 

What Amazon’s Documentary ‘Lorena’ Teaches About American Society

What Amazon’s Documentary ‘Lorena’ Teaches About American Society

This is the way Americans are learning history now.

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