Contradictions are omnipresent in our intrapersonal life and they are particularly visible when strong beliefs come into play.
December 7th marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In reading through headlines, one concern keeps resurfacing.
The question gets to the heart of a fundamental theological difference between Christianity and Islam.
Is it possible that vocational training would set kids on the path to becoming adults far more quickly than they do today?
A famous scene from the 1972 film 'The Last Tango in Paris' was shot by violating a very basic requirement for exercising moral agency.
A professor of sociology at the University of Kent says free speech on university campuses is under the gravest threat.
A buried report commissioned by the Department of Defense found $125 billion in administrative waste.
The work, the learning, the exercise, the diet: all of the things you intend to do, but don’t. Who’s it all for?
One wonders if the folks at BuzzFeed might try a similar tactic with prominent Muslims who worship at mosques.
Friends and students described the now-dead Ohio State student as bright, humble, and nice. So what went wrong?
It’s a pretty funny clip. The sad part is that there are students paying $3,000 a credit for this stuff.
Scores from the 2015 PISA exam are in, and the results are not encouraging for Americans.
And the efforts are unlikely to withstand legal scrutiny.
President-Elect Donald Trump has announced Betsy DeVos as his choice to head the U.S. Dept.of Education.
A professor at Boston University recently touched on origins of the term ‘politically correct.’ And it's revealing.
If students are given emotional pacifiers for the tough times, is it any wonder they're clueless about how to function as adults later in life?
Instead of teaching generic critical-thinking skills, we ought to focus on subject-specific critical-thinking skills. Here's why.
The holiday season is here, and with it comes the dance to make sure nobody is offended.
Tax breaks for specific companies are less ideal than broad cuts of business taxes, but they should not be confused with taxpayer subsidies.