The Life-Changing Habit of Journaling (Why Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Many More Great Minds Recommend it)

Ever wondered why history’s great minds including Isaac Newton, Abraham Lincoln, Andy Warhol, Leonardo Da Vinci, Marcus Aurelius, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Ernest Hemingway, George Bernard Shaw and Maya Angelou would spend so much of their precious time writing things that will never be seen by another soul? Jim Rohn says, “If you’re…

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Great American Essayists

Do you know that famous novelists and great thinkers found writing essays enjoyable? Of course, when modern students here the word ‘essay’, they immediately have an unpleasant association with a boring, standardized five-paragraph piece of writing on a theme which cannot inspire anyone. Yet, treasuries of the majority of great authors, including American authors, contain…

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Between Neoclassicism and Romanticism: Ingres, La Grande Odalisque

A quick study Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres was an artist of immense importance during the first half of the nineteenth century. His father, Jean-Marie-Joseph Ingres was a decorative artist of only minor influence who instructed his young son in the basics of drawing by allowing him to copy the family’s extensive print collection that included reproductions from…

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A History of Race and Racism in America, in 24 Chapters

During our investigation to find materials that would allow for further research into the historical impact of slavery in the United States, this selection from Dr. Ibram X. Kendi was found. The list provides a broad historical sweep and includes literature related to health outcomes and biology. 1771-1780 “Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral,”…

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Gun Control Is Re-Branded Gun Violence

On January 9th, 2019, Dianne Feinstein introduced the Assault Weapons ban of 2019 to the United States Senate. In the authoritarian left’s endless attempt at complete social control, Feinstein has made it her goal to ban guns as small as the Ruger 10/22. Feinstein and her supporters justify this in the name of safety. While one may…

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Gun Control Does Not Lead To Less Gun Violence

The left’s latest agenda is trying to figure out new ways to take guns from law-abiding American citizens in the name of reducing gun crime and school shootings. They do all this, despite evidence clearly show that gun control only increases gun crime. Australia and Britain are both countries that the left claims have had…

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The Great Depression and the New Deal (1929 to 1941)

In October 1929 the stock market crashed, wiping out 40 percent of the paper values of common stock and triggering a worldwide depression. By 1933 the value of stock on the New York Stock Exchange was less than a fifth of what it had been in 1929. Business houses closed their doors, factories shut down…

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The Real Lesson from the Great Depression: Fiscal Policy Works!

If the US government had a dollar every time someone proclaimed to learn the lessons of the Great Depression, we probably wouldn’t have a budget deficit. Usually, these debates turn on the question of fiscal policy and whether in fact, FDR’s New Deal had a discernable role in generating recovery. “Fiscal austerians” have done much…

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A letter from Albert Einstein to his daughter: on The Universal Force of Love

Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) is perhaps best known for being a theoretical physicist and for receiving the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics “for his services to Theoretical Physics”. A lesser known fact about arguably one of the most intelligent men of modern times is that he was also a prolific…

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Why Albert Einstein Said: The Measure of Intelligence is The Ability to Change

In a rapidly changing world, the ability to change your mind or adapt is an indispensable skill. If you don’t give yourself permission to change your mind, you cannot change anything in your life. Stephen Hawking famously said, ‘Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.’ Intelligence is the desire to learn and do more…

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