Cheers to 50 Years of Shock

This Sunday will mark 50 years since President Richard Nixon ushered in a new era of government control. On August 15th, 1971, the then-President announced a plan for a “New Economic Policy.” This included executive orders for 10% surcharges on imported goods and freezes on wages and prices. Worst of all, it ended the liquidity […]

Lockdown 2.0 and the Homeschooling Surge

I hope you’re ready for Lockdown 2.0…because it’s coming whether we like it or not. How do I know? For starters, Dr. Fauci is claiming the U.S. won’t enter another lockdown, while using the same breath to spread fear about “super-infectious” Delta and Lambda variants. Judging by the flip-flops and gaslighting the government has put […]

On Vaccination and Free Will

There are millions of people who’ve decided to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Perhaps they have pre-existing conditions that increase their chances of suffering complications from the virus. Maybe they’re in close contact with someone elderly. Or they could just be fed up, ready for the lockdowns to end. Regardless of their reasoning, I respect the […]

Critical Race Theory, Cuba, and “Equality” Scams

In many chapters of human history, race is an important factor to consider. But if we become hell-bent on examining every shred of history through the lens of skin color, facts are bound to be badly mangled. This was proven true recently, with audio unearthed of the 1619 Project and critical race theory architect Nikole […]

Honey, Inflation Shrunk the Food!

It’s not just your imagination… groceries are getting way more expensive. And as much as I hate to rain on the parade with a downer topic this lovely Friday afternoon, you’ve probably already noticed this! You don’t need me to tell you that prices for basic items like eggs, milk, vegetables and meat are higher […]

What Can We Learn From Cuba’s Protests?

Chances are, you’ve seen footage, photos, and media coverage of Cuban dissidents protesting their government over the last four days. Here’s a quick history refresher to set the scene: Cuba has been under communist rule since Fidel Castro led a bloody revolution and took power as Prime Minister in 1959. Since then, the country’s once-vibrant […]

There Will Always be Another Variant

Have we learned our lesson yet? With a new “Delta Variant” Covid strain already stoking up fear online and on TV, I’d sure hope so. Right now, we’re standing at a unique crossroads. With one pandemic fading into history, and a repeat looming ahead, it’s a good time to stop and think about what we’ve […]

Castro, Guevara, and Commie Kids Books

Have you or your children ever read a “Who Was” book? Chances are you’ve at least seen one before. With over 250 in print, these short biographies for kids have been popping up at local libraries and Scholastic book fairs for decades. According to the series’ official website, these books exist to “tell the incredible […]

Believe in Social Justice? Stand up to Critical Race Theory

Over the weekend, Americans celebrated Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the day the news of slavery’s end reached Galveston, TX. In many ways, this celebration is the fulfillment of Independence Day. It represents when our nation’s then-laws were measured against our God-given rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness… and the God-given rights won. […]

3 Lessons I’ve Learned From Kid Entrepreneurs

If you have children in your life, you already know that we adults can learn a lot from them. Sometimes, kids teach us to have a sense of humor… other times, a sense of patience. But kids teaching business sense to grown adults? Actually, you’d be surprised. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet hundreds of […]