I have found that the more I experience trauma in this life, the more I resist religion’s attempt to explain it.
To me—a teacher of debate and persuasion—it’s obvious what Fake News is, how it is used to manipulate you, and how it may be overcome.
Two images speak volumes to the current political divide we witnessed last night, and I hope these sear into the minds of Americans in coming years.
We have to think through the news, weigh any inherent bias, and resist the temptation to accept the headlines, no matter how “mainstream” they appear.
Immigration is not as explosive of a subject as you might think. Anheuser-Busch tapped into the truth of the subject, but shame on 84 Lumber for manipulating it.
Tom Brady faces the modern phenomenon of “public shaming.” I want to see him overcome it, because I, too, want to overcome mine.
Why do we tend to grumble at opportunities that require training?
He called on his people to drop their principles, honor the thieves, and support the people who clearly, unequivocally and without apology stole the election.
The biggest cause of the Orlando shooting? Controlling guns and Muslims seem to be the popular ones, but both of these red herrings leave us vulnerable for another attack.
Should we have stayed home from Puerto Rico? Not for a debater. Let the research guide you, not the media nor the government hype.