Recharge in places where trust is high. Our cars don't just equal freedom. They help bridge understanding.
Work & Life
Not every positive return is monetary.
Our present crisis: People don't understand the best thing they can do for American society is to lead an individually good life and raise honorable children, not join a protest movement.
The man-child is the enemy of workers, not the voice of the working class.
The back squat—as taxing and technical as a power lift can get—offers a golden opportunity for continuous improvement.
Whether the victor is big tech or big business, whether the vanquished is big labor or big government, bigness is the problem.
“How much ya bench?” is an unavoidable question at many gyms, and the answer can tell us much about the nature of a man under (bench) pressure.
Does the GOP aim to conserve the gross domestic product, or hearth and home?
The tyranny of the metric has led us to be alienated from the many connections and goods that truly make life worth living.
The same strength and determination that built this country will bring us back to prosperity after the pandemic. The hardworking people of this country don’t ask for much—just a fair shot at their American dream.
There are many ways we are working to fix our nation. But that project is doomed to fail if we don’t also work on fixing our neighborhoods.
A wage subsidy is not an elixir. Nevertheless, it would be an important step in the right direction.
Within this league, every player is a champion.
We were a week out from our wedding day and it seemed like each new day brought further restrictions to our immediate happiness. But when the day finally arrived we were both seized with joy.
Upwards of 80 percent of homes have bats. If so, they mostly leave people alone, and we coexist without realizing we do. But peaceful coexistence falls apart when you’ve got one zipping over your head in your bedroom, like miniature dive-bombers launching a sneak attack.
The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder that we live in an uncertain world. A lot of frivolous things are likely to go away when this is over.
The coronavirus pandemic should have liberated workers from the old constraints of their workplaces. But many employers remain attached to their outmoded controlling ways.
We need to pause sometimes and remember who these dinosaurs were and what they have contributed. For a while longer, a few are still with us, a sort of collective keyhole through which we can look back into a now unremembered American past, whose codes and mores we simply abandoned—and to our great and present loss.
How to spin and win this Hanukkah.
The reason for Harvard’s discriminatory policy can be found in the “critical mass” argument the Left often deploys for greater racial quotas for blacks and Hispanics. But it is wrong to scapegoat these groups for a ceiling on Asian-Americans. No, the blame rests more on white women, who need their “critical mass” of white men as partners.