Hollywood Hypocrisy and the Green Oscars

No group gives itself more awards than Hollywood actors. Although they may be very talented and hardworking as actors, that does not make them authorities on climate change. As with most things, Hollywood’s eco-message is out of touch with mainstream … Continue reading

Silence the Opposition, Control the Narrative

Contrary viewpoints used to be welcomed in a rational debate. In the clash of ideas, people won others over to their position. Those seeking the truth had an opportunity to find it. Today, the situation has changed radically. Emotions, feelings … Continue reading

Why Red Flag Laws Should Raise Red Flags

Red Flag gun laws have been passed in seventeen states and demonstrate a serious disregard for probable cause and due process. These laws allow authorities to seize guns from individuals based on as little as a complaint from a girlfriend … Continue reading

Why Happy People Don’t Commit Suicide

The Declaration of Independence enshrined the unalienable right to the pursuit of happiness. By this right, we think we may freely live the life that makes us happy, as long as it is not illegal or violates the rights of … Continue reading

The Rise, Fall and Salvation of Cuba

Since Christopher Columbus discovered Cuba in 1492, the island has gone through many transformations. It first went from an obscure island with few inhabitants to the undisputed king of sugar production bustling with agrarian production and enviable economic growth. However, … Continue reading

Software Developers Compete for Our Primal Instincts

Marketers have long understood that one of the most powerful weapons in their arsenal is fear created by anxiety. While anxiety is not properly fear, it does trigger fear, which in turn activates our primal instincts—the fight-or-flight syndrome. Anxiety can … Continue reading

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