The Tragedy of “Irreversible Neurological Damage with Distance Learning”

“With lockdowns and distance learning, we have forced children into online addiction.” Neurologist Rosanna Chifari Negri raises the alarm in an article published by the Daily Compass: “The phenomenon of the online brain affects the frontal lobe, the seat of decision-making and strategy, which becomes atrophic and loses neurons irreversibly. The thinning of the cortex … Read more

Why Learning to Love Debt Is Not a Good Idea

It is that time again when liberals, sensing the possibility of being in control, are revving up the debt engines. So many things need to be done in a post-COVID world, and there is so little revenue to pay for it. Debt is the way out, they claim. Now is the time to borrow a … Read more

Internet Addiction: China’s Latest Epidemic

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Written by Ben Broussard* A recent story illustrated the problem in a dramatic fashion. On January 30, 2015, a 19-year-old man from the city of Nantong in Jiangsu province in eastern China took the drastic step of cutting off his left hand in order to free himself from his admitted Internet addiction. Reports state that … Read more