It almost seems as if Ayn Rand is every libertarian-leaning person's favorite philosopher. Today, I'd like to talk about some problems I find with this philosophy.
Today we discuss why America's history is not a story of racism, but one of triumph over racism, though it could have been faster to do so.
Today, we'll discuss why it's ok to ask questions and how to do it in a way that doesn't make you sound crazy. Plus, I'll give you some ammo to push back on the "conspiracies never happen" idea.
There's a problem in our society of demagoguing on policy, using the warm bodies of victims as a political club. That's not right. Today, we'll talk about how to talk about tragedies and horrific crimes with empathy.
I am in favor of every means of exacting back power and sovereignty from government overreach that does no harm to individuals in the process. I do not advocate defiance of every law, but I do see it fit to have the states stand against unjust laws as well as the individual, in the most prudent way possible.
How can we find a way to make art that's hard-hitting, true, and beautiful, without making it vile or grotesque? That's what we discuss today, and the answer is pretty simple. Find out more:
The recipe for success is not as straight forward as people like to make it out to be. There are many factors that play into success: how hard you work, inherent skill, passion, and some luck. Today, I'll explain insights I've recently come across into success and a recipe that I've seen work for me and others around me.
In today's world, wanting America to succeed is a partisan issue, but it doesn't have to be. Today, we discuss how you can be a patriot, and want the best for your country, no matter your political allegiances.