Enter 2021: The Empire of Lies

At the end of 2019, I was cautiously optimistic that woke culture was coming to an end. America was experiencing…

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Chinese Brainwashing Tactics of the Korean War

North Korea’s gamble had backfired. MacArthur’s had succeeded. The landings at Inchon took the North Koreans completely by surprise. Seoul…

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Lives of the Luminaries is now Available!

Ancient historians and philosophers like Herodotus and the Stoics believed that character and virtue determined fate. We have forgotten this,…

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Relena Peacecraft: Paragon of Power

In a world of moral corruption, war, and authoritarianism, she was to serve as an angel of deliverance. Relena Peacecraft…

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Treize Khushrenada and the Psychology of Power

His was the face of a world consumed by war, and in watching the career of Treize Khushrenada, though fictional,…

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3 Little Known Persuasion Lessons from Aristotle’s Rhetoric

Aristotle’s Rhetoric begins with a definition: Rhetorical study, in its strict sense, is concerned with the modes of persuasion. But…

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Why Henry V’s Band of Brother’s Speech was so Persuasive

408 words have stood the test of time. They are feted and celebrated as much now as they were nearly…

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For the People: How Good of a Slogan Is It?

A few weeks ago, the Democrats unveiled their new national slogan for the 2018 mid-term elections – “for the people.”…

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