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What Moral Narcissism Looks Like In the Medical World

by Theodore Dalrymple

The Declaration of Melbourne showcases the health field’s Mr. Pecksniffs.

Why Samsung and Amazon Stumbled

Jeff Bezos’s stocks took a tumble too.

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Florida: A Pink Sunset At Passagrille Beach

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your favorite sunrise and sunset photos: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

Who Took the Hero out of Hercules?

Another enlightening installment of “Young Klavan on Old Culture.”

10 Tough Leadership Lessons From Great Movies

by James Jay Carafano

Think you’re up for the 3 a.m. phone call? How about turning around a Fortune 500 company that’s tanking? Maybe, you want to launch the next Facebook. Or do you just want to be a competent community organizer?

It’s Tough Being The Girl in a Country Song

Bro-country backlash continues.

What If Obi-Wan Wanted to Tell Luke The Truth About His Father But Yoda Overruled Him?

by PJ Lifestyle Pop Culture Debates!

An unreleased deleted scene from Return of the Jedi, leaked online last year, helps out Master Kenobi’s reputation.

Which Variables Most Influence Where You Choose to Live?

In deciding where to live, there’s more to life than being happy.

Greedy Humpty Dumpty Enslaves Nursery Rhyme Creatures To Build His Gold Wall to the Sun

by PJ Lifestyle Cartoon at Noon

After exploring all 75 of the Silly Symphony cartoons in spring, now we consider their competitors this summer. Fleischer Studios, home of Betty Boop, released the twelfth in the Color Classics series on July 10, 1936.

The 10 Most Overrated Destinations in the Midwest

by Ari J. Kaufman

America’s Heartland is a spectacular region for travel, but some places aren’t necessarily worth your time or tourism dollar.

The First Siberian Husky Sunrise in Inglewood

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your favorite sunrise and sunset photos: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

The Sun Sets Over the Grand Canyon

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your favorite sunrise and sunset photos: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

Dreaming of a Big Train

by PJ Lifestyle Cartoon at Noon

After exploring all 75 of the Silly Symphony cartoons in spring, now we consider their competitors this summer. Fleischer Studios, home of Betty Boop, released the fourteenth in the Color Classics series, “Play Safe,” on October 16, 1936.

10 Secrets Your IT Guy Won't Tell You

Everything you need to know to prepare for the day you see the black screen of death.

People Who Choose To Be Unhappy

by PJ Lifestyle Comment of the Day

It can be very profitable to sell victimhood.

Two Lovebirds Take a Hawaiian Honeymoon

by PJ Lifestyle Cartoon at Noon

After exploring all 75 of the Silly Symphony cartoons in spring, now we consider their competitors this summer. Fleischer Studios, home of Betty Boop, released the thirteenth in the Color Classics series, “Hawaiian Birds,” on August 28, 1936.

It's the Sci-Fi Disaster Scenario That Didn't Happen -- But Barely

Near Miss.

By Request: Flash And The Pan, 'Walking In The Rain'

by PJ Lifestyle Music at Midnight

Do you know of a song you think we should spotlight on PJ Lifestyle Music at Midnight? If so, send a YouTube link to pjlmusicatmidnight@gmail.com.

The Next Big Player in the Drone Wars?

Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

Enter an Enchanted World

Two free short stories by Hannah Sternberg.

A Must-See Video: Teachers Unions vs. Students

by Prager University

Terry Moe, a Political Science Professor at Stanford, lays out the facts in this week’s course.

The 10 Most Hilarious Epic Rap Battles of History

Historical figures and pop culture icons drop the mic.

Tony Terry, 'Forever Yours'

by PJ Lifestyle Music at Midnight

Do you know of a song you think we should spotlight on PJ Lifestyle Music at Midnight? If so, send a YouTube link to pjlmusicatmidnight@gmail.com.

Is Ignorance Really Bliss? What Is the 'Nocebo' Effect?

by Theodore Dalrymple

A weird, tricky ethical dilemma: Your chances of experiencing a drug’s side effects go up if your doctor tells you they exist.