"Unfortunately this loss of historical interest has made the present difficult to address because the context of the past is imperative if we are to salvage the future."
Popular speaker Jordan Peterson discusses what women really want in a man.
Surveys show that today 56 percent of Americans say they snack three or more times per day – and the snacking is starting at earlier ages.
Do you live in one of them?
CNN supervising producer John Bonifield on camera claims CNN is using Russiagate to score ratings.
Is the Heartland Institute right to call this research project “phony science?” Are we turning into “a world of fantasy” and “a world of global warming fanatics”?
Today’s classrooms increasingly wrestle with disrespectful, distracted, and disorderly children. These problems might be resolved by following these 10 tips from 1913.
Think invisible men, time travel, flying machines and journeys to other planets are the product of the European or ‘Western’ imagination? Think again.
"The real victim of Trump’s presidency may turn out to be a generation of adults whose liberal arts educations were hijacked by political debate."
Would today’s education system be stronger if we reinstated some of these recommendations from the 16th century?
The findings of a University of Washington study will be disappointing to $15 minimum wage advocates.
Moreover, if OCR stopped making up violations of laws such as Title VI and Title IX out of thin air, it would have much less to do and could get by with a much smaller budget.
Luxury living is just another reminder that secondary education has been turned into a consumer package.
It turns out that those "jerks" may be on to something.
New data compiled by a Boston-based a public policy think tank reveals that homeschooling has gained in both popularity and reach in recent decades.
The night of June 23rd was the setting for Shakespeare's famous play, and for one of the most popular feast days in Europe's past.
HBO’s hit show 'Silicon Valley' recently skewered the trend of using 'empathy' to grandstand and feel good without actually doing anything.
"It is in your hands to stop all of the killing and the shooting wherever it might be."
The most remarkable aspect of Tolkien’s vision is his ability to make the good desirable. Rather than portraying an exceptionally good character, he instead portrays rather ordinary characters who are drawn by exceptionally beautiful visions of goodness or shalom.