If doctors are rationing care based on those who pledge adherence to a healthy lifestyle, only a minority of Americans would qualify.
Wait, you mean to tell me we’ve all had the power to take care of ourselves all along?!
‘Beyond Order,’ Jordan B. Peterson’s long-awaited new book, is an insightful, all-too-needed prescription for an anxious, angry, and divided world.
Long before the coronavirus hit our shores, our society’s focus on instant gratification has in many respects made acts of self-sacrifice a lost art.
How do we best deal with the countless numbers of people, young and old, who are getting hooked on pills? Intervening early, for starters.
In some cases, living paycheck-to-paycheck is unavoidable. In other cases, people need to wake up and take a long look at their foolish finance habits.
Many people do not want to accept the fact that they may have to depend on themselves to stay safe in certain situations.
The curtained confessional stands as the emblem of a moral universe remote from the temper of our time. Now, we excuse evildoing, and blame the innocent.
Although I grew up in a union household and surrounded by progressive peers, I kept noticing liberal policies sound good but actually reinforce poor choices. It dawned on me: I’m a conservative.
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