Do you feel you don’t deserve the rewards of your hard work, or that you stumbled into it and you could easily plummet from the new height?
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’.
As we’re getting pulled into The Matrix, how will you exercise reason and judgment in a world that’s undetectably unreal?
If we commit to take revenge, can we draw up short of surrendering our own humanity?
How can we disengage from the crazy Left, without sacrificing our principles?
Zo Rachel explores the credentials of this anti-God Ivy League spiritual advisor with Bill Whittle and Stephen Green on this Right Angle.
Meanwhile, Pentagon spokesman says we have Americans who get stranded in countries all the time. So…no big deal?
If you can get banned from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms, what are the platform owners so afraid of?
Should we cashier soldiers who shoot off their mouths about public policy?