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  • Sports and the Need for Heroism

    Sports and the Need for Heroism1

    I’ll be the first to acknowledge the corruption that has entered into modern sports, especially at the professional level. We witness overpaid athletes, self-aggrandizement, the cult of the body, political agendas, and obsession with money and the ephemeral admiration of the masses that passes like a firework: a blaze of glory and then darkness. The

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  • What ’70s Kids Did That Today’s Kids Don’t

    What ’70s Kids Did That Today’s Kids Don’t2

    Louise Bates Ames is one of the psychologists who popularized the idea of child development milestones. In the late ’70s, she wrote a series of books outlining what kids are capable of at different ages. The one you may have heard about is “Your Six-Year-Old: Loving and Defiant.” That’s thanks to Chicago blogger Christie Whitley,

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  • ‘Shōgun’ Is Awesome—and Shows Why the Second Amendment Is So Important

    ‘Shōgun’ Is Awesome—and Shows Why the Second Amendment Is So Important1

    My wife and I are in the process of finishing Shōgun, the new FX miniseries on Hulu based on James Clavell’s 1975 book. Shōgun was one of the first books that truly captivated me. I read it for the first time when I was 13 years old, and couldn’t put it down. Set in the early 17th century, Shōgun tells

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