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While Joe Biden and Kamala Harris go on and on about "leadership" we should look back to leadership lessons from Thomas Jefferson's first inaugural address.
The debate over hydroxychloroquine and COVID-19 is just history's latest example of a government playing favorites, picking one supposed cure for a disease over another.
In his 1989 farewell address, President Ronald Reagan gave a prescient warning about what would happen to America if it did not reinstitutionalize freedom in its culture.
In an age where our fleeting feelings have been elevated to the sacred, exercising emotional self-regulation in marriage is sacrilege, except for Jerry Seinfeld.
Americans are starting to think like North Koreans, finding it difficult to believe that their leaders and experts might also be fallible humans just like everyone else.
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