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In light of recent events, it seems necessary to look at the issue of police brutality and the response we've seen. There are a lot of people, I think, getting this wrong and would like to address these issues.
I don't know about you, but I don't like the talk about a "New Normal." Today's show is a look at things that people are trying to change that may have some other bad consequences.
Many ideas today do not seem to me to seek truth, but to have truth submit to it. We'll talk about why that's backwards- and even dangerous.
C.R.E.A.M. Coronavirus Rules Everything Around Me With the American people on lockdown, it seems like the Wuhan Flu rules our minds. But is there an end in sight? Are there other options? We’ll look at all the options and their trade offs.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, is like to take a look at what the Irish have done in America, beyond just building the railroad. Also, well look at a bit you can do to prepare (and stay prepared) for the Wu Flu.
Do Facts Matter?
My answer is yes... for the most part.
Today, we’ll discuss when facts are important and when an inaccurate statement leads to a fallacious attack on the one asserting an idea.
The Second Amendment debate has recently heated up quite a bit due to new laws that Virginia is trying to pass to restrict gun ownership.
Today we’ll go through 4 reasons as to why we have the right to guns.
This will be a quick episode where I try to capture my basic thoughts on the current impeachment proceedings. I try not to talk too much about the nitty-gritty of politics, but I think that some important ideas to discuss here. "The genius of impeachment lay in the fact that it could punish the man... Continue Reading →
What’s Wrong With The Wealth Tax?
We'll dive into this question to show the practical and moral faults with Elizabeth Warren's proposal.
The 80/20 rule is often used to find the highest value next steps.
You should ask, "how can 20% of the effort get me 80% of the way to the place I want to be?"
When I saw Larry Sharpe's tweet about this, I knew he'd struck a cord
It seems that school has lost sight of the goal that they should be educating and challenging students instead of indoctrinating them.
But is there anything that can be done?
I think there are a few problems that can be addressed.
As Trump calls off his meeting with the Taliban, we'll ask the question "What's With The Nation-building?"
Join me as we look at 3 examples of American attempts to nation-build and their effects.