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 […]

Psst… The Government Thinks Inflation is “Too Low”

I talk a lot about big government. Mostly, about how it takes advantage of people to grow its own power at our expense. In doing so, it makes our lives more difficult, drives up the cost of living, and takes away the very freedoms that the federal government was created to help protect. And while […]

Fauci’s Emails and the Dark Side of Bureaucracy

This week, over 4,000 pages of emails sent and received by Dr. Anthony Fauci were made public through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests by Buzzfeed and The Washington Post. These emails span from January to June 2020, and contain all sorts of insights into the hellish year-and-change our country just experienced. And while many […]

Chip and Joanna Gaines Are… Canceled?

Chip and Joanna Gaines, beloved stars of HGTV hit show Fixer Upper, are the latest to be burnt at the stake by the social media mob. Their crime? A $1,000 donation to Chip’s sister, Shannon Braun — who is running for her local school board. But (not surprisingly), news reports on the donation would have […]

Finally, Some Good News…

You don’t need me to list off all the reasons people are feeling down and defeated right now — it’s been a tough year. The future seems uncertain. Fortunately, even the most terrible situations can present opportunities for good. You see, a crisis creates problems. By finding ways to solve those problems, people with valuable […]

It’s Time We Address the CEO-Cashier Pay Gap…

… At least, that’s what “squad” member Ilhan Omar is saying on twitter this week. Sure, you can say the CEO should be paid less — and the cashiers, busers, and other entry level staff need to be paid more. You can tell your friends. You can tweet it out to the world. It’s your […]

Get Ready For Double-Masking Summer Camp

Do your kids go to summer camp? If so, they’re in for a treat… the CDC has been cooking up plenty of extra-ridiculous regulations that’ll make this a year to remember. Last week, the increasingly authoritarian agency released new guidance on summer activities. Here’s a quick rundown on the requirements, courtesy of Reason. Everyone at […]