Google employee blows the whistle on search giant's problem with over-confident 'geek types living in a bubble'
It is a truism among academics that political conservatives like to be ordered around.
Even the most gregarious people occasionally need some alone time. Many choose garden sheds or outbuildings as their place of solitude, while others choose the spare room.
Sleep naked: People who wear nothing in bed are most content in relationships
Almost everyone killed by lightning in the United States is a man.
In Iceland, marriage isn't an institution; it's not even a hobby. Instead, Iceland is a country with tons of divorce and the highest percentage of working mothers. Sound like a formula for social ruin? Hardly.
"No" is not a word one hears very often in the new normal centrally-planned, no consequence world in which the world increasingly finds itself.
New rankings out Wednesday from CNNMoney and the American Psychologists Association break down the most stressed out cities in America.
From Neil deGrasse Tyson to Bill Gates, plenty of geniuses admit to enjoying pot.
Grumpy and negative people are more efficient than happy colleagues
Visit the weekend summer camp for adults where tablets, phones and Facebook are banned - and even your real name isn't used
Salve making is an important skill now, and it will become an even more important skill after SHTF. So, master the skill now, collect your recipes, and obtain the various ingredients and equipment needed, because after SHTF there will be no more manu
Mike Salvi (Activist in Philly, host of Mike Salvi's World) comes on the show to talk about what's in the news and to get an update on what he has been doing - Ernest goes over the headline news on Freedom's Phoenix
Why Don't More Soldiers Walk Away?
What are we to make of this?
There are a lot of feel-good words that are synonymous with "bullcrap." Examples include "fairness," "social justice," "community," "coexist," and "diversity." They are used to connote how sensitive, caring and open-minded the speaker is, but are e
A post I saw in The Independent Political Report gave me an idea for a new theme park…“Workers World”...Instead of merely going and being entertained as spoiled consumers with rides and shows and attractions like Disneyland or Knott's Berry Farm or s
Children and young adults who start antidepressant therapy at high doses, rather than the "modal" [average or typical] prescribed doses, appear to be at greater risk for suicidal behavior during the first 90 days of treatment.
While fighting against the negative, there is reason to be positive.
Although the electricity bill probably isn't one of your biggest expenses (compared to your rent or mortgage), it's definitely an expenditure you can reduce.
The glitz and glam of Hollywood as portrayed in Western culture unforgivingly showcases a standard of living that most Americans will never achieve.
Many mistake my interest in Crypto-Currencies and a Distributed Communication Network as a specific advocacy for particular methods. Bitcoin (a crypto currency) and efforts like MaidSafe.net (encrypting all information and bypassing the DOD’s Interne
Kenneth W. Royce (author of the Boston T. Party books) comes on the show to talk about his new book, Modules for Manhood: What Every Man Must Know. (How about a Manual for Single Mothers)...
“To think well of yourself and to proclaim this fact to the world, not in loud words, but great deeds. To live in faith that the whole world is on your side so long as you are true to the best that is in you.”
Day in and day out barbers shoot the breeze with the wide variety of men who walk into their shops. As these men settle in the barber’s chair and get a trim, they share tidbits about their lives, their problems, and their observations on the world to
When I was a young man, I would scoff at well-intentioned adults who would sometimes offer up little aphorisms when I got in trouble or had a problem.
Let 2014 be the year that you dedicate yourself like never before to your transformative journey and your practice of living in a new consciousness. No matter what goals you set for yourself in the new year, one of the most important actions you can
I spend what some might imagine is an inordinate amount of time thinking about lies and self deception.
Philosopher Stephen Cave begins with a dark but compelling question: When did you first realize you were going to die? And even more interestingly: Why do we humans so often resist the inevitability of death? In a fascinating talk Cave explores four
The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar. And happiness, he suggests, is born from gratitude. An inspiring lesson in slowing down, looking where you’r