Is fear of failure the ultimate dream killer, or do you nurture it as an excuse for your refusal to try?
Can post-modern society revive the force of shame without making it a governmental power? Who decides what’s shameful?
Is ‘honor’ a man thing, because it requires a kind of ultimate sacrifice that falls almost exclusively to males?
Do you have admirably-high standards and an unshakeable will to achieve those standards? Or do you suffer from crippling perfectionism?
The U.S. murder rate took the biggest leap in modern history in 2020, at a time when activists and politicians cried out to ‘defund the police’.
If we commit to take revenge, can we draw up short of surrendering our own humanity?
Should we cashier soldiers who shoot off their mouths about public policy?
Fear can be conquered, and must be if we are to avoid becoming a nation of sheep.
Zo Rachel and Bill Whittle launch the campaign to make America grateful again.
Conservatives can have fun defeating Progressive ideas.
You can ignore reality, but it won’t ignore you.
With so many substantial problems in the world, will anyone take responsibility for anything?
We’ve seen imagination, tapped by entertainment, scuttle the values that built this magnificent republic. Can the willing suspension of disbelief turn the tide and redeem us all?
Real confidence is grounded in honesty, and a humble ability to learn from your failures to become attractive and strong. It’s a character component in short supply today.
Popular music has become less amazing, crude and ugly as artists seek novelty, and probe the dark depths of human nature. Bill Whittle and Alfonzo Rachel explore how music turned to poison.