Monthly Archives: August 2019

The Weekend Eudemon

This is the best of American wine country This boutique hotel in Northern Michigan features just 32 guest rooms in a lakeside setting that’ll make you feel like you’re stepping back into the early 20th century. Nearby Walloon Lake Winery … Continue reading

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Friday: BYCU

Winos Once Every Two Weeks ed wine is good for gut health and can lower cholesterol, but you only need it once a fortnight, a new study has found. The first major research of its kind found significantly higher diversity … Continue reading

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Thursday

Dalrymple on Dealing with Deviants There certainly seem to be those who, from an early age—indeed, from the earliest age at which independent action is possible—behave in a way that most people would deem evil. As soon as they are … Continue reading

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Wednesday

Subsidies: F to the Fourth. Food Stamps, Farmers, and Fast Food The U.S. food stamp program was launched at a time when the nation was facing a tragic paradox: As millions of Americans suffered from hunger during the Great Depression, … Continue reading

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Tuesday

Hatred of the Middle Class In some ways, the current age of victimhood has roots in the excesses of Second Wave feminism of the 1970s. The theme of Flora Rheta Schreiber’s bestselling Sybil (published in 1973) was that some American … Continue reading

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Monday

Not Sure Who the Defendant Is A Tennessee woman is speaking out after she alleges a Catholic priest and parish staff denied her work due to the color of her skin. However, the church and the Catholic Diocese of Memphis … Continue reading

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The Weekend Eudemon

A Bit Too Harsh for Comfort My principal purpose in visiting Buenos Aires is to learn about its not-so-favorite son, Jorge Bergoglio, who still hasn’t visited Argentina since becoming Pope Francis. During my first few days here, I asked every … Continue reading

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Friday

83 Michigan Counties, 83 Bars It’s no lie, we have a pretty great bar culture here in Michigan. From the down and dirty dives, to high end classy affairs, there is somewhere for everyone, and every taste. There are holes … Continue reading

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Thursday

Back Row America I first walked into the Hunts Point neighborhood of the Bronx because I had been told not to. I had been told it was too dangerous and too poor, and that I was too white. I had … Continue reading

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Wednesday

Tips to Return to Serious Reading Again In 2019, books are not just a last resort when the wifi is down. There are Instagram accounts, podcasts and even subscription boxes dedicated to reading. Chances are you’ve noticed your friends joining … Continue reading

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Tuesday

‘I don’t smell!’ Meet the people who have stopped washing David Whitlock has not showered or bathed for 15 years, yet he does not have body odour. “It was kind of strange for the first few months, but after that … Continue reading

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Monday

The Comfort Animal Insanity Grows The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced that miniature horses are still officially allowed to fly as service animals in all cabins of commercial planes, in a statement aiming to define the guidelines regarding protections … Continue reading

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