When Can We Talk About Guns?


Michael Carley asks if there’s ever going to be a good time to talk about gun control, because there seem to be more distractions and excuses than conversations.

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About Ben Carson’s ‘No’ to a Muslim President


Jessicah Lahitou looks at the role of the media and culture as a context for Ben Carson’s anti-Muslim remarks. — On Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson stated he “would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation.” In a post for Monday’s Atlantic website, Ta-Nehisi Coates summed up many people’s feelings […]

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Why Should I Have Kids?


One guy’s preparation for his inevitable foray into fatherhood.

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The Business of Co-Parenting: A Mindset Shift That Changes the Game


There is a way to parent together without the drama.

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Erick Erickson Perfectly Illustrates How Chivalry Is Not the Same as Equality


For guys like Erick Erickson, standing up for a woman like Megyn Kelly is nothing more than protecting their own interests.

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Why Exploring Outer Space is So Important

space man

Who are we? Why are we here? Where did we come from? And if we are here, who else is here; and who else is out there?

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Why You Should Live Beyond Your Borders


This man sold everything and followed his dreams to Mexico. — Imagine living in a society where political correctness rules behavior. Imagine living in a society where there are only two choices, and all other choices are ignored or ridiculed. Imagine living among a significant majority who are detached from the nature of their humaneness. […]

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I’m Full of Sh*t: What Every Online Influencer is Not Telling You


The Facebook ads may portray a luxurious lifestyle, but what are they hiding?

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Am I a Grump Old Man or is Everything Just Crap?


This man craves a time when things weren’t based on instant gratification. Do you agree?  — I know we always think that things were better before and that the more nostalgic we get, the better things seem to have been. But, I don’t think this is a case of nostalgia getting the better of me. We […]

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Guys, Can You Please Stop Calling It Your Junk?

Junk by Mike Burns

Karen Jones wants to raise the bar for how guys talk about what they’ve got down below.

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Why Donald Trump is Not an Anomaly


A person with no governing experience and bigoted rhetoric should be a fringe candidate. Right?

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The 5 Things You Thought You Knew About College


This man says that a college degree isn’t what it used to be, and it’s time to take an honest look at college.  — For decades, we have formed and subscribed to beliefs about the factors needed to be successful. Many people have and still believe that a definite route to success is through college. […]

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6 Reasons Why I Won’t Push College on My Children


 With student loan debt at an all-time high, and degrees not being what they used to, this man says it’s time for parents to rethink what they teach their children.  — Back when I was in high school, the factors involved in deciding whether or not to attend college were completely different. Going to college […]

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3 Myths About the USA We Haven’t Seen While Traveling Full-Time For 3 Months


After visiting sixteen states with his family this year, this man says these myths about the U.S. shouldn’t keep you living in fear.  — The United States is a scary, violent place. Better stay home and keep your doors locked. If you watch the news, you could be fooled into believing that the United States […]

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Porn: The Key to All our Faults in Sex?

man watching porn

It isn’t about porn being morally wrong, it’s a question of what it might do to our self identity and sensibilities.

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The Atlantic Monthly’s Defense of Disney’s Pocahontas is Indefensible


Native Americans often have to contend with depictions of themselves that serve others needs and desires. Debbie Reese responds to The Atlantic Monthly’s latest defense of that practice.

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