If we invent a machine with a personality and desires, does it deserve freedom?
The United States leads the world in incarceration rates of its citizens. Is America really home of the free?
If conservatives want to run America like a business, they should never turn a potential customer away.
Seeing yourself in the bigger picture of oppression.
Men cling to bachelorhood as a defining chapter of their lives, but becoming a husband and father is much more personally defining than being single could ever be, writes Ryan W. Bradley.
Collin Slattery learns which kinds of connections fulfill, and which are unsatisfying in comparison, in his experiment in avoiding social media.
Halfway into a month-long fast from social media, Collin Slattery wavers between enthusiasm and despair.
Freedom to be ourselves, to thrive, and to change the world. An introduction to the Freedom series on The Good Life.
“I saw that in the literal sense, China was freer than America.” Discipline, cigarette smoking, the quarter-life crisis, and the Affordable Care Act all figure into Brandon Ferdig’s essay on freedoms and their limits.
At the end of a week without social media, Collin Slattery is becoming aware of the changes in himself.
Food security begins at home.
If I’m part of the mechanism that lights a spark for just one person to effect change, it’s worth it.
It’s your life. But is it yours to end?
Men need to be free to be happy.
In quitting a job, Rick Belden finds a strange new sensation: freedom.
“The Way of Men” book author Jack Donovan answers some hard questions about masculinity and society, and the way forward for men.
Collin Slattery is taking a break from Facebook and Twitter. Could you survive a month-long fast from social media?