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When the world is falling apart, we need to learn to live in the present instead of worrying about the past or future.
Many Americans view the presidency as the be all and end all of political power. That runs contrary to the founders' intent, and to the preservation of our liberty.
While Joe Biden and Kamala Harris go on and on about "leadership" we should look back to leadership lessons from Thomas Jefferson's first inaugural address.
The debate over hydroxychloroquine and COVID-19 is just history's latest example of a government playing favorites, picking one supposed cure for a disease over another.
In his 1989 farewell address, President Ronald Reagan gave a prescient warning about what would happen to America if it did not reinstitutionalize freedom in its culture.
In an age where our fleeting feelings have been elevated to the sacred, exercising emotional self-regulation in marriage is sacrilege, except for Jerry Seinfeld.
Americans are starting to think like North Koreans, finding it difficult to believe that their leaders and experts might also be fallible humans just like everyone else.
Why should fiscally bad policies get a bailout?
President Eisenhower's farewell address gave us a prophetic vision of how scientists like Dr. Anthony Fauci end up entangled in politics beyond their expertise.
Small businesses are starting to collapse under the burden of COVID-19 regulations, and its our job to tell their stories before it is too late.
The coronavirus shutdowns may be counterproductive not just from an economic standpoint, but also in preventing the spread of disease long term.
In any crisis, fanatics proclaim that their way is the only way forward. They want us to believe we have no choice but to follow them.
While New York politicians claim to want to save lives, they are seemingly unconcerned about the working poor who must take jam-packed trains to work.
Haters make every problem into the fault of their hand picked devil. After Trump is gone, who will progressives select as their next devil?
When our fears and worries occupy our attention, we quickly become overwhelmed, but our fearful thinking often provides poor advice.
Zoom is showing that ordinary people can do extraordinary things when not bound by red tape.
Bill Gates' assertion that there is "no middle ground" in deciding how to respond to COVID-19 is not only a false position, but a reckless one as well.
Netflix's new dating show is yet another that offers the American public an extremely problematic view of what love ought to be.
Acting now to boost your immune system is prudent. Here is how.
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