Robert L. Woodson stepped out of a difficult background to show how to build a future based on personal responsibility.
Unlike many other interviews where Peterson answers many of the same questions and responds to many of the usual charges, here Rob Moore engages Peterson in an exchange that feels a lot more like two guys in a bar knocking back a couple of beers.
At some point, a man has to show up looking good. That means having the wardrobe fundamentals at home, in stock, and ready to wear. If all you've got in your drawers and closet are faded t-shirts and cargo shorts, it's time to go shopping. Here’s your list.
Before Steve Martin became famous for his white suit and the arrow through his head — and for being a "wild and crazy guy" on Saturday Night Live, he didn't seem that much more clever than the rest of us, as you can see from his appearance on 'The Dating Game'.
What do you do when a super-credentialed research scientist writes a positive book on the pursuit of pleasure? You buy it, hold its words deep in your brain—then exhale. And if you like it, you tell your friends. Dr. Hart is an guide to pursuit of functional pleasure.
Revenge - The Case for and Against: Would anyone still be talking about "The Princess Bride" if instead of saying "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die," he had said "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to be forgiven"?
The "Don't Be a Dumbass" Diet: Eat more healthy food. Eat less shitty food. And get a little exercise every day. That's it. Of course, because you're not a dumbass you already knew all that. But if you're like most us, you know it but you don't do it. We're here to help.
Looking back, I wish my Dad would have told me to go get a job at the local hair salon, sweeping up the hair and stocking boxes and folding smocks to benefit from being around lots of women in an environment that is all theirs, so I could watch, listen and learn.
Used to be, a guy would need three, or four or even seven suits. Today? Most of us will get by with just one for the rest of our lives. So what kind of suit should it be? Let us be your personal shopper for a few minutes, and we'll tell you everything you need to know.
Lori Loughlin — aka Aunt Becky — pulled some strings and paid some money to get her kid into USC. Why'd she do it? Because she could. So now the rest of us should ask ourselves, "If I had the same money and connections, would I do the same thing?"
Find out HBO's Bill Maher view on the Florida legislature education reform bill that instructs teachers not to talk about sexuality to K through 3rd graders dubbed "Don't Say Gay" by the left.
David Mamet appeared on Bill Maher's HBO program to discuss his latest book, "The Recessional On The Death of Free Speech and the Cost of a Free Lunch," and what the impact of cancel culture could mean for the future of America.
"Best Cocktail Recipes" is subjective of course; for instance, this list doesn't include "Sex on the Beach" or "Sex in the Jungle" because we're trying to act somewhat mature. (But we do include a link to "Dirty, Sexual Cocktails" from Pinterest, just in case you need it.)
A true story: Sigmund Freud's nephew fought discrimination against women by their husbands in 1929; he organized an Easter Sunday protest to force husbands to allow women to smoke. His protest went viral overnight, and soon women could smoke just about any damn place they wanted.
Next time you’re taking a long road trip, stop listening to repeats of Joe Rogan; listen to a classic book-on-tape instead—we’ve three, great, road-trip recommendations to get you started: “Moby Dick,” “Around the World in Eighty Days” and Stephen King’s “The Stand.”
Although a woman first swam the English Channel nearly a century ago, the (mostly male) geniuses who run the Olympic Games have heretofore barred women from swimming any distance longer than 800 meters. After winning the 1,500, Ledecky noted the injustice.
This morning, as Americans absorb news reports that star U.S. gymnast Simone Biles has withdrawn from the team competition in Tokyo, I'm thinking back to another hot July 27 morning -- this one in Atlanta -- when much more shocking news rocked the Olympic Games.