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.
Recent fashion trends are taking an unusual turn.
Camille Paglia recently suggested that the rise of gender dysphoria is simply the new face of the counter-culture.
A new survey finds that overwhelming numbers of today's college students have low regard for this important 1st Amendment right.
Data suggests teens are taking longer than ever to grow up, a psychologist says.
Pope Francis loves to praise dialogue. But when it comes to global warming he is in 'the science is settled' camp.
VIDEO: Agamim Classical Academy hosted a patriotic assembly that will probably leave some parents jealous.
Student grades may not be as rosy as they appear.
Leave it to millennials to overthink parenthood.
Right and wrong aren’t inflexible rules; they are responses to the world as we move through it and to people as we interact with them.
A surprising claim from an author who took his own life three years later.
A genuine nationalist cannot be an imperialist. In this sense, the so-called nationalism of the nineteenth century was nothing of the sort…
To be handed an arbitrary citation is one thing, but to have your cash simply snatched by an officer of the law is especially egregious.
Training in tolerance and sensitivity seems to have preceded instruction in free speech.
Mentally weak people tend to do these three things, according to psychotherapist Amy Morin.
Parents, teachers, and school officials often do their utmost to squelch the development of passion. Children are redirected from their own interests to the pursuits that adults consider more important.
According to many scholars, diversity was the downfall of the Roman Empire.