I am a creature of habit, and I also have some mild OCD like behavior. I like to sharpen knives. I mean, I really,really, really, like sharpening knives.
Are the Boy Scouts still an institution worthy of involvement in the development of young boys?
If you could live anywhere in America during the tumultuous years ahead, where would it be?
The chances of Greece leaving the euro area are now 50-50 and the country could go "down the drain," billionaire investor George Soros said.
We should all be getting a litttttle nervous: The robot apocalypse is brewing.
Early last week, I had the privilege of sitting down for dinner with Robert Kiyosaki and his wife Kim. Now, if you've never read any of their books, I highly recommend you go check them out, especially Robert's first book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
When Kate and I were in Vermont last summer, we stumbled upon a book called Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms. It was published in 1880. The book is a hodge podge of information that would be useful to a man of business back in the late 19
Speaking of Terms and Conditions, what should the T's & C's be for the New Daily Paul? (The new Daily Paul won't be called the Daily Paul, btw.)
Every popularly purported "evidence" encountered in my study, with deeper research, is either easily and adequately explained or falls well within areas that are unconvincing and at times vacuous.
So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself--nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Inaugural Address, Ma
With 2.8 billion 'facts' currently in the database
I wear my wedding ring on my right hand.
All of us have partial views of the world. We can only see and hear so much. At our best, we take in only a slice of the whole. Still, I've been noticing something that seems widespread and worthy of comment. Here it is:
The headlines at Drudge are an excellent barometer of what's up with government and culture.
Earlier today, the leader of Britain's UKIP, an eloquent wordsmith and member of the EU Parliament, Nigel Farage, unleashed one of his most memorable and finest diatribes in recent years.
Thought the Soviet Union was anti-American? Try today's Russia.
After 114 years, Sweet Briar College revealed last week that it would close after the spring 2015 semester, an abrupt announcement that shocked many in the world of academia.
The screen legend talks about her amazing career and why she is backing calls for assisted dying to be legalised
The recent Net neutrality victory at the FCC is not a silver bullet.
Chris Hedges Greatest Speech Ever Made
The complete talk by Naomi Wolf at the Free State Project's Liberty Forum 2014.
The book "The Archaic Revival" (HarperCollins 1991), which is a compilation of writings by and interviews with the late entheogen pioneer Terence McKenna, concludes with an interview conducted by Nevill Drury as it appeared in the Autumn, 1990 (V
The Deen Show Jewish Rabbi speaking the truth
In 2014, a record number of Americans renounced their United States citizenship for the second year in a row.
Just when you'd gotten the hang of LGBTQ, they go and triple the number of categories. Wesleyan University is now offering a "safe space" (formerly known as a "dorm") for students of the LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM persuasions, or, for those who need t
Blame the media
Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky is continuing her post-scandal career with a TED talk later this month.