Most of us probably know someone who, when it comes to organic food, is ALL IN.
Is it time to lighten up and recognize political correctness for the joke it is?
A therapist offers 16 signs of narcissistic abuse. Do any of these look familiar?
The protesting players don't get the distinction between America and Americans.
The U. of Illinois Chicago study found that liberals and conservatives are equally likely to be science denialists.
In G.K. Chesterton's day, the purity campaign was against booze, not cigarettes. But he'd say the "incurable morbidity of modern ethics” lurks behind both crusades.
Infants are keen observers of the social world.
America's education system is a mess, but trying to replicate the Chinese schooling techniques may not be the best approach.
Lena Geller is running a business while attending college. Why don't more colleges encourage the entrepreneurial spirit in their students?
America's top intelligence official gave an absolute denial of a court-authorized wiretap of the Trump Campaign on national TV in March. It turned out he was wrong.
Lewis explains the end goal of an English course... one that appears to be rather foreign to American high schools.
Soviet Union Col. Stanislav Petrov might have averted a nuclear holocaust in 1983 by spotting a false alarm. Can humans learn a lesson from him?
When people fear to speak out against propaganda in schools, we are dangerously close to losing our country.
Despite the great successes of the Scottish and Americans in the eighteenth century, the nineteenth century bred the narrowest thought of all.
Donut eating can teach us a lot about human psychology and economic principles.
A war in Korea would disastrous. But U.S. leaders must soon decide whether the costs of war exceed the dangers of military inaction.
Three reasons why black parents in a major school district are marching with their feet.
Are many election races being decided by illegal votes?
Here are the top six points Trump made before the global body that he has both criticized and praised in the past, even as he received tepid applause from the assembled multitude.
Leah Singer says that she is a "better person" after having moved from California to Indiana.
Author Paul Kengor has written an account of the relationship between Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan that is compelling and unabashedly faith-filled.