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Genius Idea: Fines For Tourist Harassers

Genius Idea: Fines For Tourist Harassers

Egypt has had no shortage of brilliance lately, and this week’s is no different.

Topless in Switzerland

Topless in Switzerland

We know that PD has a reputation of being somewhat depressing, but we can honestly say it’s going...

Move Over Unicorns, It’s All about the Balloons

Move Over Unicorns, It’s All about the Balloons

Jeffree Starr and Jerrod Blandino might not have realized the unicorn look actually traces itself...

Just Sayin’: Victoria Secret and Turkey Not Riding the Waves Well

Just Sayin’: Victoria Secret and Turkey Not Riding the Waves Well

A company almost having it worse than any Sharm el Sheikh resort these days, has to be Victoria’s...

Memory Lane Monday: National Park Pledge

Memory Lane Monday: National Park Pledge

Remember all of those family vacations from your childhood spent crammed into the back of the...

September’s Book: The Most Dangerous Superstition

Even the clever, libertarian lemur doesn’t go far enough for Rose.This is a book that you will move from purse to purse, as you try to reconcile its content.Given the current beefs in the libertarian community over who has the bigger va-jay and is more libertarian, and as Stefan Molyneux learns the hard way that it isn’t a good idea to say S&M is creepy to a man that has authored a book about how healthy a little hogtying can be before breakfast, this month PD is digging deep into fundamental libertarianism with Larken Rose’s The Most Dangerous Superstition.

August’s Book: Hacking Your Education

Everything starts with flipping your perception.An afternoon or two with Stephens will really make you think.Ready for a quick and true beach read that will put the coming demands of a scholastic September into better prospective? Then look no further than Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More Than Your Peers Ever Will by Dale Stephens, the brainchild behind Uncollege.org.

If you’re debating whether or not eBaying your kidney to pay for a Master’s will really be worth it in the long run, or if last year’s PD Book Club look with John Taylor Gatto at the Prussian schooling system now ramped up by Common Core has you curious about homeschooling your kiddos, this book should be on your Kindle.

July’s Book: The Constitution of the United States

When the people asked for the Constitution to be used by the President, I don’t that is what they had in mind.From the Preamble to the Bill of Rights, it’s a good read and a better protection against the government than a Nicolas Sparks novel. A little shocked by our July pick of the US Constitution? While the Home and Garden Television Network might be quick to have you show your patriotism by kitting out your picnic table to with Ole’ Glory under Aunt Beatrice’s potato salad, our staff’s move to spotlight The United States Constitution has very little to do with jingoism and more to do with calling out the elephants in the room.

June’s Book: Charles Ramsey’s Dead Giveaway

Thanks, Castro.A great read by a not so great guy.After’s May trump along with the crème de la crème of Parisian intellect, for June we are switching it up to an expert on Cleveland street smarts, Charles Ramsey.

You might remember Mr. Ramsey as the McDonald’s loving, size 13 shoe wearing savior of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle McKnight from Ariel Castro’s basement sex dungeon last year.

Memory Lane Monday: Human Numbers

The environmentalists of today.The tree of death.Who doesn’t love a eugenics quote first thing Monday morning? Hey, here at PD we hate to disappoint so this week’s Memory Lane will feature Colorado State Professor Philip Cafaro.

May’s Book: The Coming Insurrection

That's about how it is.By choose a side, they mean firebomb cars and bow to the collective radical.PD has featured some rather tough picks before (Ray Kurzweil and Agenda 21 come to mind) and unfortunately this month will be one of those.

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