A wise man once said, “We don’t have the First Amendment so we can talk about the weather.'
Posters encouraging students to conform to peer pressure are an overt reminder that schooling and learning are strikingly different.
Books can heal the spirit and soothe the soul like nothing else can.
Surely, after hearing my carefully reasoned beliefs on numerous occasions, a merely ignorant person would have changed their mind by now?
If nothing else, the last week has taught the West how not to respond to white nationalism.
Mayor Jim Gray announced this week that he's taking steps to remove two Confederate statues from a Lexington, KY courthouse.
It was a match made… in the Mall of America, of all places.
Does informality breed disrespect?
... and the West no longer has the tools to deal with it.
Is kneeling during the anthem serving a purpose – bringing still more attention to social justice – or simply causing division?
The UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime recently explained why slavery is proliferating in recent years.
It’s a rule of social and political movements that they cannot fully control the outcome of their efforts.
New genetic screening tools available earlier in pregnancy have exacerbated this situation.
The absence of heroes may be playing an important role in the nature of the next generation.
Today’s version very well may be.
The phenomenon of the lonely, isolated male appears to be quite real. But is it really radicalizing men?
Iconoclasm has provided no net benefit to humanity.
We are looking for scapegoats to explain the American malaise.
98 percent of parents terminate pregnancies upon a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.
People make decisions. Countries do not.
Do you know how much the average teacher takes home each year?
C.S. Lewis tackled the topic of social justice in his book 'The Screwtape Letters.'
It all boils down to one simple element.
In a groundbreaking study, researchers have shown that handwriting is better than typing as a means of retaining information precisely because handwriting is slow, whereas typing is fast…
The clash between Nazis and leftists in the streets was an ugly and surreal scene one would associate with 1930s Germany, not a sleepy American town.
We largely don't have real racism anymore, so we have to invent opportunities to lure racist clowns before cameras.
It used to be the case that logic was a fixture of the school curriculum. Not anymore...