Robert Woodson has a unique message of empowerment through personal responsibility. Thankfully, it's a message heard by more and more people.
While "civil rights" may seem like a uniquely American concept dating back to the end of the Civil War, the history of "civil rights" actually begins with Homer. (Not Simpson. That other one.)
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.
We know smoking kills; and we're certainly not suggesting that you take it up as a hobby. But we also miss all the great things about smoking almost no one talks about anymore. That's why we love the way Matt Labash from the Washington Examiner handles this reader's question.
Digital addiction: It takes vision to reclaim your family’s eyeballs. You wouldn't ever do anything to turn your kids into addicts, right? You wouldn’t give them cigarettes. You wouldn’t give them crack. Yet you give them your phone. And then a phone or their own. Hmmm.