When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion. -Dale Carnegie This has become readily apparent in today's society when almost every decision is posted on social media to be scrutinized and the internet allows for mistakes to be instantaneously recorded into history. People act emotionally, then... Continue Reading →
Finally to 10 episodes!! Today, I discuss what institutions are and how they come about as well as the conservative view on them. I also dive into what conservatism really means through the lens of The Meaning of Conservatism by Rodger Scruton. What you really need to stay tuned for is my ideas on how... Continue Reading →
This episode covers the idea of Americanism from Mark Levin's new book and some of the non-political takeaways I had. One of these characteristics that is key is entrepreneurship and the solutions the private sector creates. We discuss the threats to today's American ideals of individualism, liberty, and self-governance. As promised, here is my Brave... Continue Reading →
With the onset of the opioid epidemic, one that is not new but rather resurfacing, it seems as though our society has forgotten this concept. We should seek to heal the spirit first through comforting and uplifting people, but we simply write a prescription for a useless pill and send them on their way. Evidence shows that not only do opioids not cure pain, but they don't treat it either. We need to heal the body in conjunction with the mind and soul to heal the entirety of the individual.
Young adults seem to want all the freedoms of adulthood while not accepting the responsibility. This idea aims to find a balance between the institutions of the individual and government that makes the societal expectations of adults clear.
Today I discuss victimless crimes and how the only victim is the person being sent to jail for their "offense." Also, with it being my birthday, I take time to reflect on the past year, and how I look at the milestones that come throughout the year.
This idea isn't new to Pope John Paul II, rather it even appears in Aristotle's Politics. The idea is that the individual must govern oneself, and become an adult who can govern a household, or family. That is how societies are built, from the bottom up, not the top down.
This quote by Maya Angelou rings true and brings peace of mind to all who pay attention. Read it, and give me your thoughts! Has this ever worked for you in your life? Let me know, then share or tag a friend who needs to hear this!