What dystopian prophets have not predicted is what might be called the “Disneyland Dystopia” of the contemporary United States, in which the horrors are covered with a cosmetic veneer and the nightmares and screams are smothered with smiles and miles of plasticized dreams.
Parents who remove their children from the confines of the conventional classroom are not running away from reality. They are running towards it.
In his 'Meditations,' Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius observed that a key to growth is training ourselves to do the things we don't wish to do.
If you want to understand what will likely happen politically in ten years, simply look at the cultural beliefs of the younger Americans and how they live their lives. Politics and policy will eventually conform.
Boys are Growing Frustrated by Living in a Feminized Society… and That’s Showing Up in Their Friendships
Is it time to stop treating the traditional, rough-and-tumble boy like a dangerous creature who must be toned down to suit feminized society?
As Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute shows, the push for diversity has become a clear and present danger to scientific progress.
Victor Davis Hanson: The True Threat to America’s Civil Liberties Is It’s Law-Breaking Intelligence Apparatus
This is the way democracies end—not with a loud boisterous bang, but with insidious and self-righteous whimpers.
The newlyweds were given a lot to chew on besides diversity and inclusiveness.
Sam Haselby says this “should be the end times” for American patriotism. Yet the opposite seems to be happening, and he can’t understand why.
It’s not cultural appropriation, it’s “cultural appreciation.”
Recognizing a problem is the first step toward solving it.
Many major media outlets report misleadingly small figures for teacher pay. By failing to reveal all aspects of teacher compensation, these outlets hid the true costs to taxpayers.
For decades, sexual progressives have ridiculed sex education for teens that focuses on abstinence until marriage, or “saying no”, but it becomes more and more obvious that “no” is the one word that young people most need to practise.
If you’ve been scanning news headlines in the past 24 hours, you might have read that President Donald Trump on Wednesday called immigrants “animals.”
The financial sector has evolved to become one of the largest sectors in developed economies—and probably the most criticized.
On Monday, the City Council continued this pattern by voting to implement a new “employment tax” on large Seattle-based businesses.
As a speech scientist, I never thought I’d see so much excitement on social media about one tiny little word.
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell says that Obamacare is collapsing and Republicans are to blame. Is she right?
As anyone who has ever changed a diaper will tell you, obtaining consent for it isn’t as easy as getting a few coos and giggles.
Twenty-five hundred years ago Socrates asked a Sophist orator named Thrasymachus the meaning of justice. It's a question we're still struggling to answer.
Ethanol Is a Never-Ending Gravy Train for Corn Farmers and Ethanol Producers. But What About the Rest of America?
Like most people I’ve spoken with, I have no innate, inflexible antipathy to ethanol in gasoline. What upsets me are the deceptive claims used to justify adding mostly corn-based ethanol to this indispensable fuel....
In the aftermath of the Kanye West dust-up, my heart goes out to the white people who control the Democratic Party.
Back in the days of Ancient Rome and Greece, the founding fathers of the stoic school of philosophy taught the importance of clear-mindedness and rationalism in the development both of the self and of society.