More than a dozen people were arrested in El Cajon, California, attempting to distribute food to the homeless.
A few simple ways in which parents can reclaim common sense in the tech-obsessed world.
Casual hookups are getting more complicated. The actor Aziz Ansari is the latest celebrity to be accused of sexual misconduct.
Could this one policy change bring America's higher ed system to its knees?
California's gasoline tax rose by 12 cents per gallon on Nov. 1, bringing it to nearly 40 cents per gallon.
Today, the FBI and other American intelligence agencies are attempting to legalize what was once considered illegal, or at least of questionable legality.
Instead of teaching woke literature that’s social justice compatible, the college is teaching Plato.
Notre Dame sociology professor Christian Smith unleashes a rant on the modern university.
Who really benefits from the 14,000 pages of Dodd-Frank?
MLK focused on the role of love as key to building healthy communities and the ways in which love can and should be at the center of our social interactions.
As a radical feminist and lesbian academic, Dr Klein’s views are not mainstream. Yet any reader will recognise that they are common-sense, based on women’s concrete experiences.
In our relativistic society, most people today would say "no".
The exploits of these two boys will horrify today's helicopter parents.
Collective narcissists are not simply content to be members of a valuable group, a psychologist explains.
Howard Thurman and Martin Luther King Jr. were both steeped in the Baptist tradition.
The Mayberry that we see in the first few seasons of The Andy Griffith Show is systematically undermined, desecrated, and destroyed by the iconoclasm of sixties’ ideological hedonism…
We still have an old problem that the sexual revolution has not solved, and might even have made worse.
The government’s case against the Bundys collapsed this week, and a whistleblower’s memo reveals a stunning level of misconduct and corruption.
Many of these intellectual habits seem simple, but it takes years of education and discipline to cultivate them.
New research shows that following the crowd to greater levels of education may actually leave students worse off.
The international non-profit ministry Open Doors says these five countries are the most dangerous for Christians.