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The Greatest Christmas

Some businessmen are saying that this could be the greatest Christmas ever. I always thought that the first one was.


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More Than an Economic High

Our whole society ... is focused on the celebration of Christmas. With the excessive commercialism which begins in our country immediately after Halloween ...


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The Mall of America Is Our Favorite Tourist Attraction

In a discussion about what lies at the heart of American culture, scholar David Henderson says, "America's favorite tourist attraction, beating ...


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How One Company Streamlines Complexity

Our lives are filled with gadgets we can't use (automatic sprinklers, GPS devices, fancy blenders), instructions we can't follow (labels on medicine bottles, ...


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Stats on What We Like/Dislike about Christmas

A 2013 Pew Research poll asked people what they like or dislike the most about the Christmas holiday season. Here's a list of what people most look forward ...


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Americans Keeping the Sabbath less Often

A new national survey found that Americans don't pay as much attention to the Sabbath as we used to. The new survey depicts the modern Sabbath as a day ...


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Columnist on the Complexity of Modern Life

Wall Street Journal columnist Joe Queenan recently (2016) made some funny comments on the complexity and information overload of modern life:

I bought ...

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Aldi Succeeds by Limiting Choice

About 70 years ago, brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht, fresh from military service in World War II, took over their family's store in Germany, a mining ...


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We Are All Accumulating Mountains of Things

An article in The Atlantic titled, "We Are All Accumulating Mountains of Things" noted "how online shopping and cheap prices are turning ...


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Why We Become So Attached to Our Belongings

Our excessively materialistic culture has not gone unnoticed by researchers. Journalist and author Francine Russo offers a roundup of the primary research ...


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