Only they might not be the values you want the kids to have.
Feminist author Fay Weldon suggests that it is men, not women, who can now claim victimhood status.
The FBI declined to be interviewed by 60 Minutes, providing just a terse, one-sentence reply.
Two girls were removed from a flight because they were wearing leggings. Was United Airlines right in this move?
The New York Times has a habit of carelessly using the phrase 'far right,' Jeffrey Tucker writes.
"If you are reading in order to become a better reader, you cannot read just any book or article."
Since the report’s inception five years ago, the U.S. has never entered the ranking’s top 10.
They’re being taught, in too many of their courses, to “oppose existing systems.”
It stems from ‘Paradise Lost,’ and there is a simple explanation as to why many identify with John Milton’s Satan.
Walter Reed Middle School is one of nine L.A. schools facing potentially steep cuts because of an increase in their white student populations.
Have we gradually shamed little boys into avoiding bold, independent, and enterprising interests?
"The robust discussion I have always sought to expose my students to doesn’t seem to be worth it anymore."
We the Internet TV's short documentary “Silence U Part 2: What has Yale Become?" is a masterpiece.
Are American classes too easy?
The media is committing many of the same heresies against truth that Donald Trump is.
The Blaze reportedly suspended Tomi Lahren following her comments on "The View" last week.
Journalism has become the province of elite prep school grads and trust fund babies, says David Cay Johnston.
Do you parent differently than your own parents?
Seventy-five truck drivers in Maine stand to win millions because of a missing Oxford comma in a legal clause.
Alejandra Campoverdi is correct that “female sexuality and intelligence are not inversely related.” But is there really a double standard?
A case for ditching relativism and returning to absolutes?
The Trump era requires suppressing 'bigoted' speech, a writer at Slate argued recently.
Berry’s musical legacy sits alongside another aspect of his life which is all too familiar in the music industry – a history of mistreatment of women.
Are we supposed to believe that communities won’t have any creative capacity without handouts to museums that primarily serve rich people?
Isaac Asimov’s laws are still mentioned as a template for guiding our development of robots.
The episode highlights how Harvard, academics, and most Americans can’t tell the difference between fake news and partisan news.
Sociologists, economists, geographers and historians describe the divide from different angles.
Cornell West and Robbie P. George protest against close-mindedness and violence in the wake of the Middlebury College riot.