Why Bad Customer Service Won't Improve Anytime Soon

In 2013, Americans spent an average of 13 hours disputing a purchase or resolving a problem with customer service.... Read more

Are Human Rights Real?

Human rights are not synonymous with the laws protecting them. They are the first principles on which those laws are based.... Read more

What’s So Wrong With Using Plain Ol’ English?

Once in a while, someone has to stand up for the common usage of the English language, and against the academic double speak we're slipping into.... Read more

LinkedIn Says These Are the Top 10 Startups of 2019

Many of these startups will make it. Some likely will not. Perhaps one will go on to become the next Apple, Amazon, or Standard Oil.... Read more

No-Hassle Holidays: A Fun and Easy Way to Give Gifts

No wrapping, no worrying, no fuss. Just fun.... Read more

17 Crazy Stats That Will Help You Understand the Streaming Wars

Media companies are scrambling to deliver high-quality content to consumers at affordable prices.... Read more

There's No Relief in Euthanasia

Embracing suffering, learning from it, and enduring it, benefits not only those we love, but ourselves as well.... Read more

16 Children's Books You Didn't Know Were Anti-Authoritarian

Kids solving problems and getting out of predicaments on their own without the help of adults is a common theme in children's literature.... Read more

The Never-Ending PC Assault

Now it’s the Salvation Army’s turn...... Read more

The Silicon Valley Gulag

The near-homogeneity of Silicon Valley political beliefs has gone from wry punchline to national crisis in the United States.... Read more

Epstein Scandal Proves Monarchy Is More Answerable to the People Than Democracy

Elected officials aren't being held accountable for their connections to Jeffrey Epstein. Surprisingly, those in the monarchy are.... Read more

How Much Can One Person Accomplish in a Day?

When we humans apply ourselves in a given day there's an untold amount of things we can accomplish.... Read more

Artwork Made from Old Bananas Shows Value Is Subjective

Last week Miami art gallery Art Basel sold for $120,000, a piece of art composed of a banana duct taped to a wall.... Read more

My Response to Time Magazine’s Cover Story on Capitalism

The case for true capitalism is a moral one that’s rooted in human nature and human rights.... Read more

Life After Flight from Castro’s Cuba

It's difficult to leave your country and start a new life, the repressive regime in Cuba made that choice much easier for thousands of people.... Read more

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