Greater knowledge of the past would help improve America’s public discourse.
On March 30, 1973, the 'Charlotte's Web' author wrote a beautiful note to a dispirited man who had last all faith in humanity.
Is it possible that the trend away from homework may be one small step away from the culture of dependency we’ve instilled in recent generations?
In an interview with Playboy magazine, Scarlett Johansson hinted that monogamy is a quixotic endeavor: 'I don’t think it’s natural'
According to Scruton, an education who truly respects a child will instill him with the values which have today become irrelevant.
Speech does hurt people’s feelings. But it isn’t the speech itself that’s toxic. It’s the people engaged in the discourse.
An unhealthy belief in the importance of the self makes people reactive, defensive, and unhappy.
Delta persuaded the TSA to let them pay for a new system. The results are astounding.
...and it has to do with our over-sensitive culture.
John Etchemendy fears most the growing intellectual intolerance on college campuses.
Abraham Lincoln’s depression is well chronicled. His essay on suicide is less known.
The challenge of getting more free play outdoors for kids during the school day goes beyond winter temperatures.
"There was a time when the West knew what it was about. It did so because it thought about itself—often in freshman Western Civ classes."
Americans cannot have both liberty and social justice.
Do we have a bit of a double standard when the commitment to inclusivity is denied to homeschool students?
Aristotle said rituals define who we are. But a recent study shows new habits are not easily formed.
Should welfare recipients be able to buy unhealthy foods like soda and sweets on the government’s dime?
This is not your boilerplate rhetoric on race.