Show Notes for November 16, 2023
I have a theory that we were a more respectful society when men wore hats. Taki Theodoracopulos says, hats off to the morons as we continue to abandon our manners.
If you've been paying attention, you've likely noticed the decline of social trust in society. Charles Hugh Smith ponders whether we can reverse America's distemper.
Few things test our commitment to sound principles like the concept of fairness. J.B. Shurk describes the catastrophic death of fairness and what that means for the rest of us.
Just because we push back against illicit authority, doesn't mean we're against all authority. Francisco Zuniga shares a personal example of the need for authority from figures like our parents.
Article of the Day:
If you haven't watched the film "Deep Impact," there's a powerful illustration of what happened to us in 2020. Charles Krblich explains how the movies came to life in 2020.