The Internet is a Dumpster. Let’s Look for Treasure
Whatever happened to just being wrong? “Spreading misinformation” is what we like to call it now, a passive-aggressive way of saying “you’re lying but you’re too stupid to realize it.” It’s patronizing and it portrays skepticism (about certain handpicked, sacrosanct views, at least) as immoral. Those questions you say you’re “just asking”? People will die. The people most vocal about saving us from misinformation never seem to be concerned that they’ll fall for it.
How to Be Handy (Even for the Deskbound)
In his conversion memoir Surprised By Joy, C.S. Lewis attributes his early vocation as a writer to his utter inability to do anything else with his hands: “It was this that forced me to write. I longed to make things, ships, houses, engines. Many sheets of cardboard and pairs of scissors I spoiled, only to turn from my hopeless failures in tears.”
15 Colleges Resisting Wokeness
Dr. Scott Klusendorf was asked which universities he would recommend to students who are seeking truth over wokeness.