For a Soul-Fueling Experience, Check out Quent Cordair Fine Art at TOS-Con
Quent Cordair Fine Art will have a gallery onsite at TOS-Con 2019, and co-owner Linda Cordair will give a breakout session talk titled, “Finding Joy and Inspiration in Visual Art.”
FEE’s Summer Seminars Provide Growth Opportunities for High-Schoolers
Here’s an amazing opportunity for high-schoolers to deepen their knowledge of economics, cultivate leadership skills, and learn to think like entrepreneurs.
TOS-Con Speaker Spotlight: Isaac Morehouse on Creating Your Career
“‘I have to.’ Those three words are killers. People do all kinds of stuff they hate because they think they have to.” —Isaac Morehouse
TOS-Con Speaker Spotlight: Tim Chermak on the Optimism of Advertising
“A better, more prosperous future is always possible. That’s the timeless message of advertising. To me, that’s the American dream.” —Tim Chermak
TOS-Con Speaker Spotlight: David Crawford on the Value of Dance
“Many believe that there are people with natural dance talent, and the rest will never dance or never enjoy it. But anyone who can walk can learn to dance.” —David Crawford
John Adams and the Spirit of Liberty by C. Bradley Thompson
At a time when politicians are unwilling to admit and unable to defend the fact that America is not a democracy, John Adams and the Spirit of Liberty provides much needed clarity.
A Life-Enhancing Lesson from Dickens’s Christmas Carol
By revealing the spiritual poverty of the materially wealthy Scrooge, A Christmas Carol shows that spiritual values are vital to a meaningful life.
The Moral Courage of Rosa Parks
By refusing to give in to injustice, Parks sparked not only the Montgomery bus boycott but the American Civil Rights movement as such, which would go on to topple the legal support of racial discrimination in the United States.
Ayn Rand’s Method for Slaying Monsters
We can’t rely on garlic, decapitation, or sunlight to repel the noxious creatures that we do inevitably encounter in life. In order to fortify ourselves against evil, we have to understand it.