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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The 2020 Forecast – Episode 1: The Democratic Royal Rumble Begins

Yikes. Here we go again. If you thought the hysteria was bad last time around, you haven’t seen anything yet!…

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Win Bigly: Review

More than anyone else besides the man himself, Dilbert creator Scott Adams gained notoriety from Donald Trump’s “unexpected” election win.…

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He Who Endures the Most Unfairness, Wins

People tend to make excuses to avoid work or hardship, a phenomenon that I call the Excuse Demon. One of…

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Conor Lamb vs. Rick Saccone Proves that People are Irrational

I’ve mostly checked out of politics in the last year because I can’t stand the hysteria ginned up by the…

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A Theory on Mass Hysteria Bubbles

Mass hysteria is the rule of the day. You know I’ve long thanked smartphones and social media for accelerating it…

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What Do the Off-Year Elections Say About 2018?

2017 is an off-year politically. It’s almost like our system is designed to give most voters some relief after the…

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How the NFL Mass Hysteria Bubble Insidiously Benefits the Plutocratic Class

The latest OUTRAGE came when President Trump said that NFL players who “take a knee” during the national anthem should…

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How to Improve Your Email Subscription Rate

You’re a content creator. You sell books, make movies, make games, do artwork, or whatever it is you do. You…

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