We are what we tolerate. Let’s stop tolerating nonsense.
The more freedom in the market, the more prosperity it can create.
One thing that the majority of Americans agree upon is that daylight saving time should end.
One of the things that we do is clearly not in the interest of our high school students. We get them up too early to work with their natural circadian rhythms.
It seems that we have lost sight of the national debt in recent years. That is not because it isn’t there or isn’t growing.
There are two interesting theories of political discourse: Conflict Theory and Mistake Theory. Let’s investigate each of them, and see what we might learn about a superior path.
This type of tribalism is both natural and poisonous. What type and why do we need to fight it!
The pursuit of power has corrupted the ideal of our trustee form of government. Now, individual politicians worry more about getting reelected than what is right. What should we demand instead?
Intelligence is a big predictor of success in life. However, the belief that we are smart can lead to ugly downsides. What should we do instead?
Two important aspects of a just society are the concepts of rehabilitation and forgiveness. Does the cancel culture phenomena adhere to these principles?