Prof. Charles Glenn shows that the creation of public schools was the triumph of one particular form of religion over others.
Amazon grocery stores will eliminate waiting in lines... and jobs.
December 7th marks the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In reading through headlines, one concern keeps resurfacing.
A professor at Boston University recently touched on origins of the term ‘politically correct.’ And it's revealing.
The holiday season is here, and with it comes the dance to make sure nobody is offended.
Does the ancient Greek philosopher offer a new way forward?
The last of Rome’s Five Great Emperors left a record of important life-lessons he learned from his adopted father.
Yes, we're in trouble.
Would a decentralization movement actually result in more freedom and better government?
What if Hitler was neither Christian nor an atheist but still religious in his worldview?
Louisa May Alcott had some interesting views as a feminist.
Between 1949 and 1959, the per capita GDP in Cuba barely changed.
Thanksgiving is now mostly about getting together as family, eating a big meal, and gearing up for the Christmas shopping.
5 quotes which go beyond gratitude for turkey and pie.
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...