“Of all the things in my life, it was such a waste of the short time I had.”
Rather than constantly ripping their children, perhaps it’s time for Boomers to make up for what didn’t happen long ago.
Have you ever felt that your child has the potential to excel, but that his school is keeping him average?
Courtesy of British philosopher Roger Scruton.
That very question is being considered by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) – whose position is described as “key to changing government drug policies.”
Their mission? Stop children from using “sexist language.”
"Asceticism" is related to the word "ethics."
Will the increasing refusal of Americans to pick up a book come back to bite our nation in the not-too-distant future?
What recent Gallup polls tell us.
Interestingly, real books actually help children learn better as well.
"To simply state that America is exceptional... and nothing needs to be done will ensure that we will become a second-rate power."
In the era of smartphones, many of us can no longer recall basic facts and information.
The numbers show the need for systemic change.
Safety laws have caused kids to ride less.
“He is all liberty and equality.”
Surprisingly, the shift is not driven by atheist students seeking to invade and overtake the realms of religiosity.
A group of educators discuss what it means and how to do it.
The longing for home and rest is one of the most human of desires. But many of us don't experience it today.
Those medieval clerics had filthy mouths.
The touring document arrived in China this week, but was abruptly moved from its high profile exhibition spot to a secluded viewing area.
Scruton's argument is that free markets require communities that provide moral formation.
It seems there are still people out there with traditional sensibilities about sex and language.
Keeping a harem of imaginary brides.
"Less than 60% of dinners eaten at home are cooked there."
Are these indeed more rigorous than the books you or your child read in middle school?
It seems tolerance is a one-way street for some.
UN: By 2100, Africa will be home to almost half the world’s children under 18