A post from the Art of Manliness Brett | February 8, 2011 The craftsman is an archetype of manliness that has been with us for millennia. We admire his independence, his work ethic, and his unwavering sense of purpose. We envy the way he personally shapes and creates the fruits of his labor. While not many … Continue reading A Man’s Life, Personal Development Craft the Life You Want: Creating a Blueprint for Your Future
BY: Tim Hoch Original Post 1.You ascribe intent. Another driver cut you off. Your friend never texted you back. Your co-worker went to lunch without you. Everyone can find a reason to be offended on a steady basis. So what caused you to be offended? You assigned bad intent to these otherwise innocuous actions. You took … Continue reading 10 Ways You’re Making Your Life Harder Than It Has To Be
Rachel Dolezal is mental... She is sick in the head, a nut case... Rachel Dolezal is certainly no stranger to intrigue (nor hair weaves, for that matter). But one claim she’s making adds a whole new level of identity confusion onto her already convoluted story about going from an apparent white girl to a ‘black identifying’ head … Continue reading Rachel Dolezal Filed Sexual Charges Against Her Brother & the Reason Why is Beyond Unbelievable
The president of the Spokane, Wash. chapter of the NAACP has claimed for years to be part African-American and that she has been targeted in numerous hate crimes. But in fact, 37-year-old Rachel Dolezal is not black at all, her parents say. She’s white, and she was born in Montana, and she’s lied about many … Continue reading NAACP President Allegedly Lied About Being Black | The Daily Caller
How can you identify as black? You are white, just like Bruce is a man... Sorry folks, feelings do not override facts. Rachel has mental issues, as does Bruce... Just a simple fact... She is an attention seeking needy person who found she got more of what she wanted as a black person. And now … Continue reading ‘I Identify as Black’: Ex-NAACP President Opens Up to Matt Lauer About Her ‘Self-Identification With the Black Experience’ | Video | TheBlaze.com
You’re a fat ass,” is what I heard him say. In reality, my doctor actually had a much more eloquent and scientific way of putting it. I was 6’1”, 260 pounds and I needed to make drastic changes. Fast. The most persuasive argument he made was that I should do it for my soon-to-be-born son. … Continue reading My Journey to Self Respect: Exercise & Weight Loss
When Adam Smith, "The Father of Economics," conceived of capitalism in the 18th century, he rested his assumptions on the belief that humans are self-interested by nature. What he wrote then would reach its logical extreme in the present-day ethics of Wall Street. Since then, many in power have perpetuated the myth of the selfish … Continue reading Scientists tested a theory of human nature on toddlers. The results are delightful.