Life in the Time of Corona: Liberty Under Threat

Many Americans are terrified by the coronavirus, but they are scared for the wrong reasons. The data repeatedly suggests that most people, 99% of the population, will survive this virus relatively unscathed. The real crisis concerns the ideals on which the United States were founded. In infiltrating our borders, the pandemic revealed a cowering citizenry […]

Thoughts on COVID-19: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pandemic

In the last two weeks, people in the United States have grown panicked over the COVID-19 outbreak. People have taken to exhibiting continual fear (ironically weakening their immune systems through chronic stress), avoiding public transport, donning gloves and masks in public, emptying supermarket shelves and stockpiling goods, and becoming belligerent to those whom they feel […]

Ancestral Health Symposium 2017, Part II

Darryl Edwards, Primal Play at AHS17 in Seattle

This is part two of my recap of this year’s Ancestral Health Symposium in Seattle. See part one here. Darryl Edwards, Primal Play and Animal Moves Sessions Darryl Edwards offered movement sessions each day of the conference, sessions that included partner tug-of-war, one-legged tag, crawling, and play fighting. Edwards was absolutely engaging, coming across humorous and […]