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?
Not just anyone is allowed to participate in Halloween.
The "broom was a symbol of female domesticity, yet the broom was also phallic, so riding on one was a symbol of female sexuality."
Think about the chief slogans for Campaign 2016, and then think back to the American founding. Something is missing.
Since the 19th century, the United States has adopted what is known as ‘the Prussian model.’
It may sound naïve, but it’s a good question, and one to which historians, sociologists and philosophers need to put their mind.
A professor argues that it broadens our understanding of the present.
"Textbooks are so badly written. They're boring!"
Alexis de Tocqueville offers some insight.
Kaepernick is exercising more than his right to free speech.
America’s so-called Greatest Generation is great only in comparison to the rubbish that followed them, which frankly and literally they begat.
Booker T. Washington’s observations were made nearly a century ago. Are they still relevant solutions for today’s educational woes?
Can we be said to be using a phrase incorrectly if it has assumed a new meaning by being repeatedly used in a certain way?
Time for a new model?
Is it possible that we’ve taken parenting to an extreme that is hurting both adults and children?