Prominent writers are calling for repeal of the Second Amendment. This invites an important question: Why do we have it in the first place?
“A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within.”
J.J. Abrams recent charge that Last Jedi haters are simply “threatened by women” has reignited debate about the saga’s most divisive film.
And can schools do more to compensate, perhaps preventing violence?
Parents Just Lost Custody of Teenage Daughter Who Wants to ‘Transition’ to a Boy: What You Need to Know
Transgender activists argue that when a child identifies as the opposite sex in a manner that is “consistent, persistent, and insistent,” the appropriate response is to support that identification.
There may be a simple, common sense reason behind this surprising finding.
A New York real estate developer was ordered to pay $6.7M for whitewashing graffiti from his buildings after a judge ruled the graffiti was protected by the Visual Artists Rights Act.
In honor of George Washington’s birthday, here are 5 things you should know about the day set aside for our America’s premier founding father.
Kim Yo-jong, sister to Kim Jong Un, is deputy director of North Korea's powerful Propaganda and Agitation Department.
If you’re aiming to get drunk, you have a higher chance than most of experiencing harm.
A natal male with all his equipment breastfed his partner’s baby, experts report.
Is much of the current dialogue on sexual differences between men and women patronizing toward females?
Here are 10 actions people can take beyond calling for prayers or gun control.
John Maynard Keynes is often remembered as an advocate for permanent deficits. In fact, he opposed them.
Making schools 'hard targets' is probably not the answer.
“Typical students burn thousands of hours studying material that neither raises their productivity nor enriches their lives.”
What's behind this inconsistency?
The three most popular authors of Amish romance have between them sold 30 million books.
A new Minnesota licensing board seeks to require new teachers to undergo training in such topics as gender identity, sexual orientation, and implicit bias.
Now no less than in his own day, the nation would do well to attend the wisdom of Frederick Douglass.
“If you don’t read good books, you will read bad ones,” C. S. Lewis writes.
Has culture bought into a lie about truly romantic love?
Weaning babies from dummies and bottles is best started early, rather than letting it become an ingrained habit.
G. K. Chesterton saw 'creedless vagueness' as potentially more dangerous than dogma.
Writing at NPR, Georgetown University’s Abigail March explains that the nations that provide the most help to strangers are also among the most individualistic.
The history of the Saint Valentine (176-273 A.D.) is hazy and legends vary.
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John Olson, a science specialist at the Minnesota Department of Education, had the opportunity to be a credentialed observer at the UN’s Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany. This is what he saw.