Articles by Ashly Luckose
A thousand years before Constantine built his city, before Nero’s fiddle and Rome’s fire, and centuries before Brutus betrayed Julius, a farmer named Cincinnatus did something remarkable – he kept his promise. The promise? To give up the absolute power of a dictator once he had successfully led the army of Rome against an alliance […]
Sometimes the best approach to doing something difficult is to let someone else do it. This may sound like I’m encouraging the couch-potato philosophy of Homer (that’s Homer J. Simpson and not the blind poet from ancient Greece), but it is actually something straight out of the playbook of billionaire investor Warren Buffett. Often, as […]
What is elder abuse? An accepted academic definition of elder abuse is “any knowing, intentional, or negligent act by a caregiver or any other person that causes harm or a serious risk of harm to a vulnerable adult.” This definition — from the Administration on Aging (AoA), a governmental agency — while a clear and […]
Say you’re in America during the roaring 1920s, a decade away from the Great Depression, and a man named Carlo offers you a deal of a lifetime. He says he’s found a loophole that will make you instantly rich (but pay no mind to the details, it has something to do with discounted postal coupons […]
Muhammad Ali once proclaimed to the world at large that his rival, the celebrated boxer Joe Frazier, was so ugly that every time he cried the tears would stop, turn around, and go down the back of his head. Proof positive that no matter the arena or form, be it written, spoken, or thrown, Ali […]
Alexander III of Macedon was a great man, a great king, and a great general. And though he was only alive for brief while (a scant 32 years) there are plenty of insightful things we can take away from his life. Estate planning however is not one of those things. Alexander the Great had one […]
What would I be if I didn’t have my parents? Where would you be if you didn’t have your family? Personally, without my dad’s attention and my mom’s concern there’s a good chance I would have been on a nightly news intro like “a local Indian boy was hospitalize this morning after he abruptly fell […]
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