Battlefield Death in Living Color: See What Soldiers Saw

Published on May 27, 2019

On Memorial Day, Firewall host Bill Whittle shows how what we remember as iconic battlefields looked very, very different to the men that fought and died on them.

Jordan Peterson: 5 Hours for the NEXT 50 Years of Your LIFE (MUST WATCH)

Published on May 24, 2018

Jordan Peterson’s Life Advice Will Change Your Future. Be sure to use the Video Guide listed in the description to watch this motivational speech! Subscribe for Motivational Videos Every Weekday, Helping You Get Through The Week! Special Thanks To Jordan Peterson for allowing us to share! YouTube:… Twitter: Support his Patreon: Patreon: Video Guide: 00:08 Sacrifice Current Impulses For Future Gratification 05:37 Don’t Strive For Happiness 09:56 King Of The Losers 12:06 Start Your Day By Cleaning Up Your Room 17:44 Your Story Means Something 29:33 Meaningful Experiences Matter 36:30 What To Aim For In Life? 59:12 The Danger in College 1:15:09 Dealing With Chaos 1:22:36 How To Interpret Dreams 1:30:13 Your Untapped Potential 1:39:41 The Buddha 1:52:12 Responsibility 2:03:37 Creative People 2:15:00 How To Listen To People 2:24:57 Relationship Advice 2:32:37 Potential Mate Traits 2:42:42 The Hero Myth 3:18:27 How To Motivate Yourself 3:26:14 Food Of The Gods 3:31:52 Religious Experience 3:38:10 Psilocybin 3:42:40 Mystical Experiences Through Psychedelics 4:09:39 Psilocybin and DMT 4:17:27 Nietzsche’s Beyond Good And Evil Special Thanks To Jordan Peterson for allowing us to share! YouTube:… Twitter: Patreon: Follow us on: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: —————————————-­­————————- Help us caption & translate this video!

How to Reach Your Potential as an Entrepreneur

Published on Nov 27, 2018

Patrick Bet-David believes everyone has a certain level of capacity. The challenge is most people never reach their full potential. Why is that? In this episode PBD reveals the reasons and How to Really Unlock Your Potential as an Entrepreneur. Recommended video:… The One Page Business Plan Visit the official Valuetainment Store for your entrepreneur gear: About Valuetainment: Founded in 2012 by Patrick Bet-David, our goal is to impact entrepreneurs around the world through value and entertainment. We are the #1 channel for entrepreneurs because of the best interviews, best how to videos, best case studies and because we defend capitalism and educate entrepreneurs. To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: Follow Patrick on social media: Website: Snapchat: betdavid19 Facebook:… Instagram:… Twitter: Linkedin:…

2017 Personality 18: Biology & Traits: Openness/Intelligence/Creativity I

Published on Apr 18, 2017

In this lecture, I talk about Big Five trait openness to experience, which is the dimension composed of an amalgam of creativity and intelligence. I also discuss IQ: how it is measured, what it means, how powerfully it predicts long-term life success, as well as the highly skewed Pareto distribution of creative production.

Conservative Fresh Start: All Regulations Cancelled in Idaho

Published on May 15, 2019

Idaho sunsets all regulations every year, and typically re-approves them as a matter of course…but not this year. The entire regulatory code has been cancelled, and the script has been flipped. If the governor wants to keep a regulation, state government must go through the normal approval process for a new rule. Bill Whittle has started packing his bags to move to a state where a conservative can make a fresh start. Unregulated access to the deep archive of Bill Whittle Now, Firewall, Right Angle and more shows like this is available only to Members at


“Political Corruption: Can the Swamp Be Drained?” – Kimberley Strassel

Published on Feb 27, 2018

This lecture was given as part of the April 2018 National Leadership Seminar, “What is American Greatness?” Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminars are held in various locations across the country two to three times each year and address issues of politics, economics, and culture.

Victor Davis Hanson talks Omar, Tlaib, AOC, rural California on The Howie Carr Show (04–30–19)

Published on May 1, 2019

Howie talks to Victor Davis Hanson about Democrats, illegal aliens, and more. Broadcast date: 04–30–19. All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and this channel does not claim any right over them.

Jordan Peterson on The Necessity of Virtue

Published on Jan 4, 2011

University of Toronto professor and clinical psychologist, Jordan Peterson, delivers the 2010 Hancock Lecture entitled The Necessity of Virtue. He discusses virtue from a contemporary perspective that both encompasses and extends beyond moral and religious contexts. Through compelling stories and research, Dr. Peterson illustrates the necessity of virtue both for the individual and for society at large.

Why World War II Matters – Victor Davis Hanson

Published on Sep 16, 2016

The Hillsdale College History Department presents a special public lecture by Victor Davis Hanson. Victor Davis Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Residence in Classics and Military History at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, a professor of Classics Emeritus at California State University, Fresno, and a nationally syndicated columnist for Tribune Media Services. He is also the Wayne & Marcia Buske Distinguished Fellow in History, Hillsdale College, where he teaches each fall semester courses in military history and classical culture.

Einstein & Curiousity

COMMENT: I found your comment most interesting on curiosity as the driving force being Einstein and the key for everyone to follow no matter what the field. This is precisely what is ignored in school. They teach you to memorize, not to challenge the status quo.



REPLY: Yes, my professor friend who explained that to me really did open my eyes. It is incredibly important to encourage curiosity in your children. Curiosity is the required step to discovery. If you are not curious, you will never discover anything. Samuel Butler (1835–1902) defined genius as “a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds.” All the studies of genius reveal that teachers like children with high IQs. Yet, they view those with creative minds who are curious as trouble makers because they always ask “Why?” and challenge the teacher. As a result, intelligent but uncreative students will conform to the demands of society. That is why they say A students work for C students, and B students work for the government. Then there is the saying that those who are creative just do while those who lack that creativity teach, and those who cannot teach, teach gym (lol).

Victor Goertzel and Mildred George Goertzel in their 1962 book “Cradles of eminence,” found that the parents of gifted children were often curious, experimental, restless, and seeking answers in themselves. E. Paul Torrance of Minnesota found that 70% of pupils who rated high in creativity were rejected by teachers who picked a special class for the intellectually gifted. The Goertzels concluded in their Stanford study of genius that teachers selected bright children over creative and curious children. Those teachers would have excluded people such a Winston Churchill, Thomas Edison, Pablo Picasso, and Mark Twain just to name a few.

There are what have become known as “genius grants,” which are handed out for original creativity. The MacArthur Fellows Program awards unrestricted fellowships to talented individuals who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits and a marked capacity for self-direction. These fellowships are awarded for exceptional creativity, promise for important future advances, and potential for the fellowship to facilitate new work. You cannot be creative without CURIOSITY.

We wrongly call Einstein a genius, assuming he knew a lot like a dictionary. That was by no means his gift. It was curiosity.