This week we lost a genius, philosopher, and someone who's inspired me quite a bit. Today, we'll talk about Sir Roger Scruton's contributions to philosophy and why he's so important. Learn more about this amazing man and thinker:
It's all too common for us to jump to conclusions in the digital media world. How can we use a little patience and charity to not jump the gun and shoot ourselves in the foot? That's what we discuss today.
We often throw around statistics and numbers without too much thought. But what do they mean for people's lives? Join me as we talk about The People Behind The Statistics and bring the numbers to life.
How can we build something together without a way of understanding each other? Constantly changing of the meaning of words is eroding our ability to communicate, just like in the Tower of Babel. Here are my thoughts on how to fix it
There are many ways to take control of your life. One big thing we can do is to create self-reliance, self-sufficiency, and preparation into our lives. Today, we'll talk about that... and some local politics too. "A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good... Continue Reading →
We can't have rational discussions when disagreement is a personal affront. It turns a simple difference of opinion into impugning of one's character. Today, we'll talk about how to remedy that in our society.
In light of the loss of Notre Dame, at least as it has been through history, I wanted to speak on what I've found in visiting these historic sights, and what we can take away from the ones that still stand.
Do you really NEED college? Today we talk about the advantages and disadvantages of college, why I think it's a bad deal for almost everyone there, and other options that are far better.