Common Sense, aka C.S., lived a long life, but died from heart failure at the brink of the millennium.
The Tax Policy Center says high earners get the largest tax cuts. But is that really the case?
Christina Hoff Sommers says something about moms that makes you wonder if there's a war against men or if they just quit.
Sometimes it's okay to break the law.
What was of paramount importance for the biblical authors was one's moral standing before God, regardless of our problem-solving abilities.
Would we see a lot less anger, dissension, judgment, and rejection of the truth if we applied these principles to life beyond the workforce?
There's a reason Americans are so susceptible to propaganda.
Andrew Sullivan, writing at 'New York' magazine, says Democrats' fidelity to open-borders is a "kind of madness that could keep them from power indefinitely."
Can parents encourage greater maturity and future success in their children by doing so?
Why Google is no substitute for knowing it yourself.
The loss of four special ops soldiers is being politicized, a former Green Beret says.
There’s no doubt: Fewer people are making a commitment to marriage.
An article titled 'How to Be a Good Wife' that is supposedly an excerpt from a 1950s magazine (or textbook) is not authentic.
Has the feminist narrative spread so far that it’s actually hurting women and causing them to revert to being fragile creatures?
This wound is still fresh. Not long ago, shortly after moving halfway across the country to Washington, D.C., I was roofied in a bar.
The writings of C.S. Lewis display a belief in limited government and a distrust of government-enforced morality.
"I’ve been teaching now for 46 years as a classroom teacher, and I have felt the slow devolution of the quality of public school education in the classroom."
Unfortunately, you’re already a victim of propaganda. Here are some ideas for freeing yourself.
Philosopher David Benatar argues that “people should never, under any circumstance, procreate.”
A simple parenting experience clarifies a common economics problem.
The myth we have been told about the history of American public schooling as a national treasure that nurtures our democracy is untrue.
False information can have deadly consequences. This is not just a problem for the gun control side of this debate but for the gun rights side also.
Why ‘Uncomfortable’ Books Like ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Are Precisely the Ones Kids Should be Reading
We’re not going to learn anything if we skip over important pieces of history and avoid challenging literature merely because it might make people “uncomfortable.”
Sex-Change Operations Will Be ‘One of the Great Medical Blunders of the 21st Century,’ Predicts Former Transgender Male
"By giving treatment to young children we may be perpetrating a great harm."
Viewed today, Leave It to Beaver remains ever fresh, even as other pop-culture products have faded and dated.
The English historian Paul Johnson wondered if America could ever atone for its original sins.
A Louisiana teen is one of the most recent students to land a perfect 36 on the ACT.
Let’s look at who pays what, with an eye toward attempting to answer this question: Are the rich paying their fair share?