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End of History 101

So one of our BIG THINKERS, Daniel Honan, gave us a fine introduction to one of the biggest ideas around, THE END OF HISTORY. Daniel is right that the idea […]

Am I American Enough?

Here’s a pithy, gracious, thoughtful, and fairly accurate review of my most recent book by another conservative.  In the spirit of shameless self-promotion, I’ll give you a generous taste: In this […]

Rise up

Michael Port says… n n The time has come. We cannot wait anymore. For years, we have hidden behind our own small thoughts or let ourselves be held back by […]

The Return of Dangerous Ideas

n Browsing the local magazine newsstand over the weekend, I was struck by how many “Dangerous Ideas” are out there in the business, political and cultural worlds, ready for public […]

Obama’s Big Mistake

President Obama doesn’t get enough credit. As fellow Big Thinker Kris Broughton wrote in a recent post, it’s ridiculous to say that Obama hasn’t accomplished much while in office, whatever […]

Environment: Opportunity for CREATIVITY

I've been thinking of different ways scientists and engineers could have prepared the world population for the extreme weather problems. By not financing weaponry but instead innovative solutions to natural disasters we could have been way ahead of the game by now.

Kindness Comes Naturally

Miller-McCune is reporting today on a Personality and Social Psychologystudy indicating that a connection to nature not only has stress-reducing and healing qualities, but that it also makes us kinder […]

Apatow Conservatives

Judd Apatow:  comic visionary, insightfully raunchy, slacker hero… conservative crusader? Ross Douthat smartly makes the case that Apatow is leading the charge in making socially conservative lifestyles seem cool to […]

Codex v. Vizplex

No, I’m not promoting a fight between two futuristic boxers. I’m talking about the publishing industry and how Sunday afternoons of the future will be spent. Will Gutenberg’s printing press […]