The left likes to characterize Trump as Hitler, but in actuality his campaign was largely based on the ideas of – wait for it – Alexander Hamilton.
How often do we overestimate our own contributions and underestimate the contributions of others?
President Lincoln did it during the Civil War.
Maybe that's why it's enjoying a resurgence?
John F. Kennedy was killed before he could deliver the speech, but its words carry a message Americans need to hear.
Do we too often prevent young people from accomplishing great things at early ages when we consign them to institutionalized schooling?
According to a famous Russian thinker, it might not actually be a sign of "freedom and equality".
Can the West be saved?
Wisdom On Loving and Being Loved
Which is more dangerous: “Offensive” words or suppression of speech?
The logic puzzle can teach a lesson on the importance of using precise language.
I’m convinced our higher education system has lost just about every shred of common sense it had.
It is one of the Constitution’s accidentally great procedural features for deterring the concentration of political power.
We might see safe spaces disappear if we did...
Western civilisation is facing huge threats, from within and without. And apparently the one powerful emerging leader is no saint.
A culturally literate person knows the Bible...
Recent presidential elections have ignited talk of it.
Does it really affect us if cheating occurs at the ballot box?
If more Americans followed his advice, perhaps we would experience a more informed and civil election season than the one we’re expecting.
Many college students can't even name Thomas Jefferson as one of them.
John Dewey wasn't exactly a proponent of homeschooling, but he could have been.
Once upon a time in America, it was considered vulgar to seek the nation’s highest office. But then things changed.
Some 60 students at Providence marched on the college president’s office in response to a scholar's essay critical of the politics of diversity.
The idea of bestowing benefits to underprivileged classes goes way back.
The Industrial Revolution, and the fossil fuels that powered it, contributed to the liberation of humankind.
Is it possible that the next generation is on the verge of accepting today’s political opinions as historical fact?
Fear is fashionable. Terror is trendy. Monsters are mainstream. Why?