Past weapons bans seemed to have mainly been reserved for places where a large number of people congregated.
Teenagers are only averaging 23 minutes of physical activity during the school day.
The number of large households is declining, and has been for some time.
It's in each of us.
"When marriage bells stop ringing in a neighborhood, the children in that neighborhood turn mean."
It’s one reason why we can’t rationally discuss things
Is Lewis' argument on the "Law of Nature" correct?
Do we need to re-evaluate the controlled, institutionalized approach we have employed toward education and other childhood activities?
The French have just shown that there are limits to tolerance.
The Koran gives a few hints of what American Sharia law might look like.
One of the strongest predictors of depression among young women...
How do we restore order and handle such glaring discipline issues in our schools?
But don’t call it prostitution.
The assault of a teacher at a St. Paul high school is cause for concern.
We ought to discourse in other terms, employing some moral imagination and confronting honestly our disorders...
It's the original selfie-maker.
And the fatal flaw of democracy.
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“Of all the unanswered questions of our time, perhaps the most important is: ‘What is Fascism?’
Is it influenced by American lifestyle choices?
Francis Fukuyama’s words about democracy against today’s realities.
A matter of common sense rather than a prudish whim?
There's a lot to know about America's history.
How do we ensure that all American schools once again offer a well-rounded education all students?
A columnist for Slate says that 7 of fascism's characteristics fit Trump to a tee.
Politics can still give you a chuckle.
What does it mean to be one?
What is there to rationally mediate between these competing invocations of rights?