An Open Letter to the “Morning Joe” Team on Mike Huckabee

Warren Blumenfeld wishes the “Morning Joe” team would’ve asked these questions to former governor Mike Huckabee.

Why Sitting Down is often the Best Way to Stand Up for Western Civilization

In our obsession with self-esteem and enthusiasm for anti-bullying campaigns, have we forgotten that peer pressure isn’t always bad? In fact, they’re often central features of the civilization process.

Teacher Gerald Conti Resigns “My profession…no longer exists”

Education is the foundation of an enlightened and prosperous society. We need great teachers to get there.We need Gerald Conti Back

An Egalitarian State Lets Everyone Learn

Feel smug about your level of skill, but don’t consider your smugness a sign of your education.

5 Reasons to See the Truth of the Situation We Are In

Mike Sliwa believes the story we tell ourselves about ourselves is a story worth forgetting.

The Knowledge: A Book That Could Rebuild Civilization

In his latest book author Lewis Dartnell attempts something incredible; putting down on paper the essential ideas and concepts for the rebuilding of a technologically advanced civilization.

The Blame Game

Mike Sliwa believes blame has replaced responsibility and therefore reinforced dominant points of view.

Expressing Our Humanity As We Drown It

Dr. Guy McPherson believes incompetence defines the human experience. Can we save ourselves from ourselves?

The Psychosis of Success

Mike Sliwa talks about the disease Christopher Columbus brought, and the importance of curing ourselves of it.

Questioning Culture: The Absurdity of Authenticity

Culture is loud. Becoming authentically YOU means turning down its volume.

Questioning Culture: Our Addiction to Growth

If you think the economy is more important than the environment, try holding your breath while counting your money.

Divided We Fall, And So We Are

If you knew it was too late to save society, would you still try?

The City Boy and the Snake

Rob Roberge thought life in the desert would be peaceful . . . Until he discovered a swimming snake in his brand new saltwater pool.

From the Office Where Soldiers Kill

Does it take a special kind of courage to be a combat soldier—who pulls the trigger from an office, thousands of miles away?

I’m Grateful for the Suburbs (and the Internet)

Erik Crosier is thankful for the speed with which we can connect, thanks to modern technology.

Urinals, Graffiti, and Boys Being Seen

Being invisible in a high price to pay for being a teenage boy.