Tusculan Disputations (Cicero): Review

For ages, man has wondered how he might live the best and happiest life. The world’s collapse into a feverish,…

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The Fall of Andrew Cuomo and What You Must Learn From It

It’s official. After 17 months of self-congratulatory books, an Emmy, and all those “Cuomosexual” shirts, Andrew Cuomo is out. You…

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How Theodore Roosevelt Dealt with Loss

Valentine’s Day, 1884 was supposed to be a triumph for Theodore Roosevelt. Only in his 20’s, he had already been…

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What to Expect on the Epic in 2021

2020 is now blissfully over, but don’t think that 2021 will magically be “a better year” simply because the calendar…

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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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Are Aristotle’s Natural Slaves Real People?

He who participates in reason enough to apprehend, but not to have reason, is a slave by nature. Whereas the…

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Election 2020: Two Moral Questions About America

We’re down to the wire. You’ll note that I haven’t done another election forecast since the one in June, when…

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Can You Go Ultra Instinct in Real Life?

It is the Tournament of Power. The battle between Goku and Jiren is raging with the highest possible stakes. The…

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Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations: Review

They kill, they cut in pieces, they hunt with curses. What relevance has this to keeping your mind pure, sane,…

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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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