How Not to Win Friends or Influence People

How Not to Win Friends or Influence People

In 1936, Dale Carnegie wrote his famous self-help book How to Win Friends and Influence People, which to this day is one of the best-selling books of all time. In it, Carnegie advises – among other things – to avoid actual arguments, show respect for the other person’s opinions, and admit when you’re wrong.

It’s Halloween, Kindly Shove Your Cultural Appropriation In a Tootsie Roll

It’s Halloween, Kindly Shove Your Cultural Appropriation In a Tootsie Roll

Halloween is this coming Tuesday. Lucky for us (sarc.), the Social Justice Warriors and Progressive Indoctrination Training Advisers (or P.I.T.A’s) are here to guide us, the culturally…

Ben Shapiro Speaks at the University Tennessee Knoxville [VIDEO]

Ben Shapiro Speaks at the University Tennessee Knoxville [VIDEO]

Last night, Ben Shapiro spoke at the University of Tennessee Knoxville in Alumni Memorial Hall on the campus. Shapiro was invited by Young Americans for Freedom, the…

Obama Blames Lazy Americans [VIDEO]

Obama Blames Lazy Americans [VIDEO]

With apologies to Sally Field, Obama hates us, he really hates us. Barack Obama opened his Presidency with an apology tour, blaming America for the ills of…

Masculinity Not Dead, but Endangered

Masculinity Not Dead, but Endangered

The Daily Wire has posted an article entitled The Death of Masculinity. When one looks around at the cultural landscape or reads some of the current thinking…

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