An Emeritus Dartmouth English professor gives advice on how to get a great education even at a mediocre school.
In a speech, Peter Kreeft recommended these ten books as essential for everyone's intellectual formation.
Is research increasingly showing that kids simply are not ready to be in school at such a young age?
Two House committees are investigating the tangled deal involving Russia, its acquiring of U.S. uranium, and Bill and Hillary Clinton.
"When we are required to define life as random chaos without order or spiritual/noble purpose, gratification must be instantaneous or it's not gratifying at all. Why wait? Why not just do as you please, and as your sense drive you to consume, right now?"
The cultural historian Jacques Barzun suggested that persecution is just as likely to germinate in an atmosphere of intellectual inquiry as under an atmosphere of repression.
The Proto-gospel of James tends to fill in gaps left by the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
So far we are hearing about rules. Some aspects of 1970s culture are taboo.
The types of things parents discuss (or don't) with their kids are quite revealing.
For many decades now, we have mocked the gentleman and rewarded the narcissist. Is it any wonder then that there's a scarcity of good men in high places?
The main argument against President Trump’s plan to hire more Border Patrol agents is that the Southern border does not need them.
Feminists Are Furious with How ‘Justice League’ Changed the Amazonian Costumes. There’s Just One Problem.
'Justice League' Zack Snyder is being accused of sexualizing the Amazonian warriors in the new DC film. There is an obvious flaw in the critique, however.
Cicero was the Roman Socrates, a man who stood for the community over time, rather than the community of the moment. Like his Greek ancestor, Cicero died a martyr.
Sanctimonious Republican arguments for raising taxes on some people ring hollow.
Going topless has become a bit of a trend. But is it really an empowering one?
Virtue signaling, a term coined by British author James Bartholomew, began in the 1960s as a way to 'vent anger.'
Black markets remain a crucial element of survival for many North Koreans today.
Parents don’t have much incentive to look for information about school options if they don’t have the ability to take advantage of the information.
Are we doomed to mix politics and climate science?
Today, being an idiot in the classical sense of the word is actually becoming a respectable way to live.
Many of Hollywood's brightest stars have been accused of what a sex therapist calls ‘eroticized rage’.
Some professors are fed up with the feelings-based arguments they get in class and are trying to retrain their students to argue logically.
Here's why Dr. Peter Gray believes the days of the broken education system are numbered.
“If we are serious about tackling the toxic masculinity which persists in our culture, we must look at the images we market to our children.”
Childhood wasn’t meant to be lived indoors, watching through the windows at unused playground equipment outside.
Students often treat philosophy as wholly distinct from and subordinate to science. They shouldn't.
Joshua Sutcliffe, a Christian pastor from Oxford, admitted he said 'Well done girls' when addressing a group that included a transgender student.
We'll be getting the usual fraud which involves "tax reform" coupled with ever-increasing government spending.