Stanford Study: Religious Teens Are Smarter (and More Conscientious and Cooperative) than Non-Observant Teens

Stanford Study: Religious Teens Are Smarter (and More Conscientious and Cooperative) than Non-Observant Teens

Observant students tend to be more conscientious and cooperative.

Imperialism Is Baked into America’s (Progressive) DNA

Imperialism Is Baked into America’s (Progressive) DNA

Our heritage of foreign intervention is a new one, an innovation introduced by the progressives. To imagine a clean and humane progressivism is, simply, a fool’s errand. There is no such thing as a non-racist and non-imperialist progressivism…

Why Every Woman Should Read Barbara Bush’s 1990 Commencement Speech

Why Every Woman Should Read Barbara Bush’s 1990 Commencement Speech

Is it time to return to the wisdom Barbara Bush presented at Wellesley so many years ago?

New York City Ideologues Get Indigestion Over Chick-fil-A

New York City Ideologues Get Indigestion Over Chick-fil-A

America’s fastest-growing food chain has come to New York City.

Near-Bankrupt Illinois Aims to Deflate ‘Golden Parachute’ Payouts for Public Officials

Near-Bankrupt Illinois Aims to Deflate ‘Golden Parachute’ Payouts for Public Officials

Neither scandal nor misconduct have sufficed to keep some government officials from receiving lavish severance payouts.

Why Gerry Rafferty’s Lyrics in ‘Baker Street’ Are Worth Paying Attention to

Why Gerry Rafferty’s Lyrics in ‘Baker Street’ Are Worth Paying Attention to

The lyrics to Gerry Rafferty's 'Baker Street'—in contrast to the seductive sax and upbeat strings and keyboard—are rather dark. It's not your typical rock/pop song about finding or losing love. 

The Imitation of Christ: The Most Influential Book After the Bible

The Imitation of Christ: The Most Influential Book After the Bible

If someone asks you to name the all-time bestselling book, you’d most likely answer “The Bible.”

Law Students Protest Free Speech Speaker with Shouts of ‘F-ck The Law,’ Call First Amendment ‘a Weak Shield for White Supremacy’

Law Students Protest Free Speech Speaker with Shouts of ‘F-ck The Law,’ Call First Amendment ‘a Weak Shield for White Supremacy’

Christina Hoff Sommers explains the collapse of free speech on college campuses. 

4 Steps to Ensure Children Become Well-Adjusted Adults

4 Steps to Ensure Children Become Well-Adjusted Adults

"The culture of the group of which your child is a part growing up will be the culture he or she adopts as their own."

Andrew McCabe Lied. So Will the FBI Apply the Same Rules Against Him That It Applies to All of Us?

Andrew McCabe Lied. So Will the FBI Apply the Same Rules Against Him That It Applies to All of Us?

If the Department of Justice no longer believes in the rule of law, the whole notion of America is turned on its head.

Homeschooling Freedoms Are Under Threat. Will Parents Defend Them?

Homeschooling Freedoms Are Under Threat. Will Parents Defend Them?

Our modern homeschooling freedoms come with the responsibility to protect those freedoms.

Andrew Sullivan: Privilege Is Beginning to Trump Reason in Our Culture

Andrew Sullivan: Privilege Is Beginning to Trump Reason in Our Culture

Many on the left now hold that structural inequalities in society are so overwhelming that reason itself is largely futile, Andrew Sullivan writes.  

The Nation’s Report Card Shows Reading Scores Remain Lousy. Here’s How We Can Improve Them.

The Nation’s Report Card Shows Reading Scores Remain Lousy. Here’s How We Can Improve Them.

Have we abandoned a logical approach to education?

This Brazilian Economist Once Marched for Socialism, But Became a Free-Market Hero

This Brazilian Economist Once Marched for Socialism, But Became a Free-Market Hero

He was a Brazilian hero whose timeless ideas are still shining a light in the darkness.

The Religious Literacy Quiz That Most College Students Fail

The Religious Literacy Quiz That Most College Students Fail

See how you do on this version of a quiz that's failed by most undergraduates.

Only Congress Has the Power to Declare War. Just Ask James Madison

Only Congress Has the Power to Declare War. Just Ask James Madison

Since 2001 the United States has been in a perpetual state of undeclared war. We have ignored Madison’s warning for too long.

Seven Reasons People No Longer Want to be Teachers

Seven Reasons People No Longer Want to be Teachers

There are at least seven reasons people aren’t so keen.

The Zuckerberg Hearings Prove Government Shouldn’t Regulate Facebook

The Zuckerberg Hearings Prove Government Shouldn’t Regulate Facebook

“It was my mistake, and I’m sorry,” Zuckerberg told senators who are upset about the company’s exploitation (and fumbling) of user data.

Google, Twitter & Facebook: The Grave Danger of Information Monopolies

Google, Twitter & Facebook: The Grave Danger of Information Monopolies

"If you control the flow of information, you can control everything. You can control most of what anyone see and knows."

New Documentary Explains Why Young People Aren’t Getting Married

New Documentary Explains Why Young People Aren’t Getting Married

“The Dating Project” follows the lives of several men and women who range in age from late teens to forties. All of them are single. All of them would like to get married. And all of them are rather stymied over how to move from single to married.

Putting a Ring on It, for the Children’s Sake

Putting a Ring on It, for the Children’s Sake

Hollywood's Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson and his partner have another daughter on the way.

Why the Left Is Wrong About Jefferson’s ‘Wall of Separation Between Church and State’

Why the Left Is Wrong About Jefferson’s ‘Wall of Separation Between Church and State’

A renaissance man with a long and accomplished legacy, Jefferson played a major role in the founding of the United States of America—and establishing its strong protections for religious freedom for all.

Facebook Hearings Reveal How Government Regulations Work

Facebook Hearings Reveal How Government Regulations Work

If you have ever had to do tech support, you know the way it happens. The user is hopeless, frustrated, and essentially ignorant of the product. That’s the Senate. The support employee tries to organize tasks and stay patient. That’s Zuckerberg.

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