AOC has enjoyed a meteoric rise in American politics. If she intends to have a lasting impact, then she should study the career of Margaret Thatcher.
They Shall Not Grow Old is an extremely painful and powerful film to watch.
Assuming the physically stronger party is always more likely to be guilty is absurd.
When it comes to language assimilation, neither of the standard assurances is convincing.
Canada’s Universal Child Care Program Suggests Elizabeth Warren’s Plan Would Be Disastrous for Children
If Canada’s program is any indication, the government’s definition of “high-quality” child care may, in fact, be harming children.
If you set out to get rid of your negative thinking, you are destined for failure.
Richard Nixon's opening to China and not Watergate is what defined his presidency.
It is no longer cool to be young, single and live in Manhattan.
Unless Elizabeth Warren is nostalgic for the era of the Great Depression, she should recognize that increasing the minimum wage to a family wage would cause long-term harm to American families.
The Supreme Court’s ruling won’t end the practice, but it will limit the abuse.
Does open discussion of ideas bring greater contention, or not?
They’ll probably start out watching clips from innocuous shows like “Peppa Pig” or “Paw Patrol,” but it’s all too easy for them to end up in much darker territory.
To compete with robots, we need an education model that nurtures human imagination and ingenuity.
By feeding falsehoods to respondents, pollsters can severely distort the results of their polls.
We need to fix this, for the sake of our republic.
As a former CBS News correspondent, Lara Logan's assertions about media bias have real credibility. These charges are not new and fail to see the real danger to media with alternative viewpoints.
It has never been a safer world in which to be a child.
People may spend their lives seeking permanent solutions to ease feelings of stress in their lives. Such solutions may seem tantalizingly close; in reality, they are out of reach.
When it comes to government, do we need the silver rule?
Looking back, it seems odd that the avatar of international communism and the exalted founder of the now pro-capitalist Republican Party were ideological bedfellows.
It’s time to move away from outdated stereotypes of adolescents as only selfish and dangerous risk-takers and to consider how they are ripe for learning about contributing to others and their communities.