In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle contended that just as other things have a purpose for which they are made, or a function they are called to perform, so human beings must also have an ultimate purpose.
By now you’ve most likely heard about the increasingly sanitized, PC culture that is coming to predominate on college campuses. And on a weekly basis you witness a public figure self-immolate in an attempt to quell the frenzied demand of a mob for an apology.
We hear a lot about equality these days: equality in income, education, marriage, gender, race, class – the list could go on.
I wonder if universal Pre-K will be detrimental to both rich and poor alike.
From Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
A lot of parents quickly give up on reading to their children because they feel they have to read material that could only possibly be interesting to children.
If parents are the primary educators of their children, why not trust them to choose the form of education which will set their child on the path to success?
It’s a frequently used term in modern culture, but one that has not been formally studied – until now.
Conducted by the Pew Research Center.
70% of millennials blame dining out for their lack of savings.
A new trend in bridal fashion.
15 quotes from Edmund Burke.
The percentage of Americans living in multi-generational households is rising.
Something to remember...
An important lesson for children to learn?
Here are seven symptoms of it.
5 Very Important Quotes
Is it a smarter choice to choose apprenticeship over college?
Yesterday, I wrapped up my summer by attending the Minnesota State Fair. While there, I had the fun of watching a true piece of Americana: a bull riding rodeo competition.
The results should come as no surprise.
The Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses has been released from jail.
From the same man who said "God is dead."
Is it solely attributable to lack of community, or is something else at play?
More than you thought?
Bloomberg went so far as to use the headline: "Students Bombed the SAT This Year..."
Going too far can get you in trouble.