The Children of Starstuff

Jeremiah was twelve years old, and in the seventh grade. He stood on a grassy mound outside his private middle school, waiting for his mom to drive up in her luxury sedan so he could get into the back seat (he wasn’t quite heavy enough for the front airbag). He was the only twelve-year-old in […]

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We Need More Electoral Colleges

My dad breathed a sigh of relief and said, “It’s so nice to have your vote count.” My parents had recently moved to Nevada from Illinois and had voted for the first time. If you’re a conservative in a state like New York, California, or Illinois, this mentality of “my vote doesn’t count” is prevalent […]

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Never Go Back To Normal

Everyone is looking forward to going back to normal after the global COVID19 crisis starts to fade. Schools will reopen, work will resume, and people will gather together again. But COVID19 led to a much larger crisis than it needed to. If we as a nation change our culture, we can lessen the blow of future crises. This is the case for why you should never go back to normal.

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What Is Embryo Adoption?

My wife and I are in the process of starting a family through Embryo Adoption. We have found that many of our friends and family are unfamiliar with this method of growing a family, and so we decided to author this article to educate others. It is a relatively new, unique, wonderful way to welcome […]

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Career Motherhood: A New Take on this Important Profession

My wife’s chosen profession is and will continue to be a blessing to our family. This article’s purpose is to re-frame one of the most important and oldest professions in a new light. My wife has not chosen to become a “stay-at-home mom.” She has not “given up her career.” She would never say that she “doesn’t work.” And regardless of what the IRS says on April 15, she wouldn’t call herself a “dependent.” She has chosen career motherhood. And I want to sing her praises for it.

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The Sneakiest Sin

There is one sin at the root of all others, and it is the most insidious.  It makes you believe you are right and justified and not sinning at all.  It convinces men that they are the victims and not the perpetrators.  It drives us away from God, and into deeper sin.  It is easy […]

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A World of No “Adults”: The Case for Getting Rid of Age Limits on Everything

Most who read this blog with any regularity know that I am pro-meritocracy.  This means that I believe we should select college students, employees, products, services, and leaders all based on their merits.  I do not believe in any system that selects people based on characteristics they can’t control like race, gender, socioeconomic background (with […]

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“The Art of the Deal”: How my Airport Fiasco Illustrates the Importance of the Free Market

Residency interview season can be tough for a budget-conscious medical student, but it also illustrates why the free market makes everything it touches better for everyone involved. The Fiasco Anyone well-acquainted with air travel knows the struggle.  Flights take off and arrive at odd hours of the morning, even when they’re on time.  A 3 […]

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