When we say we would die for something, we also mean we would live for it too. On Liberty Just as America’s founders pledged their
Growing up, I was called a tomboy. That was back when such a phrase didn’t elicit PC eyerolls. It was also a time when kids
Just as in the above picture, taken on our approach to Moab six months ago, the road ahead is always hidden. Which isn’t always the
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Every day on rising, I start with the one thought I’ve had for decades: this is a glorious win; this is another day in paradise.
Somewhere around 1915, as he finalized his Theory of Special Relativity, Albert Einstein established the idea of “spacetime.” He melded what we perceive as the
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