Month: August 2019

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 …

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: …

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 …

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 …

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, …

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 …

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 …

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 …