Monthly Archives: April 2023

What is the Responsibility of a Parent?

By | April 20, 2023

[April 20, 2023]  A more precise question, and not dissimilar to this question, is ‘What is the most fundamental moral responsibility of a parent?’  The answer is to encourage your children to be great companions of other children while playing.  Drs. Jordan Peterson and Jean Piaget attempt to answer this question.  Here, summarized, are some of their thoughts.… Read More »

Utopia Über Alles

By | April 16, 2023

[April 16, 2023]  One essential behavior about people that we really don’t understand and should understand is that we are inherently unappreciative.  Fyodor Dostoevsky insightfully wrote that if you set up a utopia so that all people had to do was eat cake and busy themselves with the continuation of the species (Russian humor), after a short bit… Read More »

Bud Light Underestimates their Customers

By | April 13, 2023

[April 13, 2023]  My maternal grandmother, we called her Bigmama, used to say, “Never underestimate other people.”  She was right.  The beer company Anheuser-Busch is taking a beating over a nationwide boycott of its Bud Light product after rolling out a transgender TikTok influencer to promote its beer. Bud Light attempted to improve its sales among young people… Read More »

Common Sense Women

By | April 12, 2023

[April 12, 2023]  In 1776, Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” pamphlet took colonial America by storm and critically argued for declaring independence from England.  In 2023, we see common sense women storming onto the scene, convincing us that feminism is destroying both women and men. Earlier this year, I highlighted Jedediah Bila, a video podcaster and a real tiger… Read More »

Freedom from Tyranny

By | April 11, 2023

[April 11, 2023]  From the Old Testament of the Bible, we learn of the Israelites who broke away from Egyptian tyranny.  The story is legendary and includes such miracles as the parting of the Red Sea and the destruction of the Pharaoh’s chariots and army.  I’m very compelled by this story today because there is much more to… Read More »