Tag: balance

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Years ago I wrote a post asking (half seriously) if there was a recovery group for people addicted to Ricochet. I got a great response, some people asking why would I want to be cured. (I wasn’t sure whether they were teasing me or were serious.) But I’ve thought a lot about my time on […]

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When I first came to Ricochet, I was baffled at how people engaged so seriously in political discussion. I mean, it’s just politics—right?

As discussions got especially rabid and polarized over the entry of Donald Trump, I found myself feeling compelled to take sides. At the same time, I was trying to keep up with the destructive efforts of the Left and the media. What in the world was going on?

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I read something a few weeks ago that has prompted me to ponder on this specific question quite a lot as well as on balance overall, which we pay a lot of lip service to. It was a part from Henry Nau in War on the Rocks/Texas National Security Review’s Policy Roundtable: The Future of […]

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I think I heard the start of this with today’s substitute for Rush on his show so I hope whoever listened for more details can fill them in. Somewhere in the northeast, it was discovered (?) that a group of history teachers were in email contact about making a “pact” to HIDE their liberal progressive […]

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(The following is a commencement address that I will never give, because I will never be invited to) Dear Graduates, Preview Open

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Note: My Internet was down for several days, so I have not been able to post my updates until now. It’s a quintuple helping today. The Challenge: 10 cents has offered a challenge. This is an entry in completing my goal. Preview Open

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I suspect quite a few of you live in a way that has summed up my last couple weeks, as I see the work ethic and professionalism of many on here. My theory is that it is easier for men to keep up a frenetic pace than it is for many wives and mothers, who […]

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From New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson:

Benjamin WatsonAt some point while I was playing or preparing to play Monday Night Football, the news broke about the Ferguson Decision. After trying to figure out how I felt, I decided to write it down. Here are my thoughts: