At some point over the past several years, the American Left assumed the authority to make all of society’s rules concerning how we can and cannot behave, what we can and cannot say, who we can and cannot support, and what we can and cannot do.
Feminist loathing of men has apparently reached the tissue paper market, as the popular Kleenex brand has reportedly decided to rename its “Mansize” tissues “Kleenex Extra Large” in order to pacify leftist lunatics who are accusing the company of being “sexist.”
To paraphrase the Bible, “It is better to give than to receive.” Regardless of your religious beliefs, this piece of ancient wisdom just might be an important life lesson that can benefit your mental health. For while it can feel really good to get something we want badly, new research shows that our brains actually respond more positively to giving than receiving.
Mike Adams, April 15 2016
We now have an economy where instead of young people going to college and learning skills that earn them decent money, they attend politically correct universities that teach crybully tactics to churn out "social justice warriors" who rely on "mob-onomics" to try to extort money out of local employers.
United with Israel, Feb 8 2016
An Israeli student conducted a social experiment that proves just how honest Israelis really are.
"I hate people!” It’s a statement I’ve heard many times, and one I’ve even used myself in moments of extreme aggravation!
Parents must tune in as kids tune out.
Before we can get into how the hippie movement turned America and the rest of the world into hedonists, we have to first take a look at the "hippie" culture.
How do we know precisely what constitutes “normality” or mental illness? Conventional wisdom suggests that specially trained professionals have the ability to make reasonably accurate diagnoses. In this research, however, David Rosenhan provides evidence to challenge this assumption. What is -- or is not -- “normal” may have much to do with the labels that are applied to people in particular settings.