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The Lost Scrolls Lying at Our Feet

The Lost Scrolls Lying at Our Feet

With the development of modern multi-spectral imaging, the burnt scrolls of Herculaneum are just beginning to be deciphered. But today's students don't need multi-spectral imaging to gain wisdom.

CNN's Worst Marketing Idea?

CNN's Worst Marketing Idea?

"Today, 66% of Americans say most news media do not do a good job of separating fact from opinion."

Would You Have Saved Jews from the Nazis? Your Family Background Tells the Answer.
Sinclair Was Not Wrong About the Proliferation of False News Stories

Sinclair Was Not Wrong About the Proliferation of False News Stories

Sinclair Broadcast Group is under fire from fellow media organizations for a promotional editorial about fake news. But are they right?

Why We’re So Bored by the Internet

Why We’re So Bored by the Internet

According to a recent article, today’s teens are still bored, often incredibly so. They’re just more likely to experience a new type of boredom: phone bored.

In America, Women and Men Earn Equal Pay for Equal Work

In America, Women and Men Earn Equal Pay for Equal Work

The facts show that much rhetoric surrounding Equal Pay Day slanders employers who have done no wrong, stokes gender and racial hostility, and hinders people from being successful.

The 3 Basic Ingredients Needed for Life Happiness

The 3 Basic Ingredients Needed for Life Happiness

One of the overarching desires in life – whether we admit it or not – is to simply be happy. We know it’s not always feasible or realistic, yet it’s something we desire on some level—for ourselves, our spouses, and most especially, our children.

Learning How to Not Be a Snowflake

Learning How to Not Be a Snowflake

Resilience depends not only on what happens to us but how we interpret what happens to us.  

Are Black Male Athletes Failing to Graduate Because of Racism?

Are Black Male Athletes Failing to Graduate Because of Racism?

On this topic, schools are performing back-flips to avoid the obvious.

The Financial Success Stormy Daniels Achieved in Porn Is Increasingly Rare

The Financial Success Stormy Daniels Achieved in Porn Is Increasingly Rare

The vast majority of women in the industry suffer abusive working conditions and don’t progress to real careers.

15 of Mark Twain’s Sassiest Witticisms

15 of Mark Twain’s Sassiest Witticisms

He had a lot of them. 

Diamond and Silk Respond to Facebook Calling Them Dangerous: ‘A Violation of Our Civil Rights’

Diamond and Silk Respond to Facebook Calling Them Dangerous: ‘A Violation of Our Civil Rights’

Pro-Trump social media personalities Diamond and Silk said they were censored by Facebook for their conservatives beliefs on “Fox & Friends” Monday and believe it has something to do with the upcoming midterm elections.

The Paradox of Leveling the Playing Field in the Name of Equality

The Paradox of Leveling the Playing Field in the Name of Equality

Modern egalitarianism has begun to go against everything previous understandings of equality stood for.

Statism’s First Casualty Is the Truthful Use of Language

Statism’s First Casualty Is the Truthful Use of Language

In sum, behind virtually every government claim, proposal, program, or project, we find a misuse of language.

C.S. Lewis Sounded the Alarm on the Dangers of Progressivism

C.S. Lewis Sounded the Alarm on the Dangers of Progressivism

The man who gave us Narnia also mounted firm opposition to the progressive-leftist ideals that swept swiftly across the world stage in his time.

‘I Believe Because It Is Absurd’: Understanding Christianity’s First Meme

‘I Believe Because It Is Absurd’: Understanding Christianity’s First Meme

Religious belief is often thought to evince a precarious kind of commitment, in which the degree of conviction is inversely proportional to correspondence with the facts.

9 Things We Fail to Admit about Transgender Kids (from an Endocrinologist)

9 Things We Fail to Admit about Transgender Kids (from an Endocrinologist)

Those in the medical community are beginning to speak up about the dangers of helping children transition to the opposite sex.

The Mr. Rogers-ification of Christianity

The Mr. Rogers-ification of Christianity

In modern American culture, Christianity is admirable so long as it is reduced to a series of vague, humanistic platitudes.

Why the Dollar’s Era of Dominance May Be Coming to an Abrupt End

Why the Dollar’s Era of Dominance May Be Coming to an Abrupt End

With China now trading Petroyuan Futures, countries now have a way to separate from the “empire of debt.”

Debate Tournament Becomes Safe Space for Women Only

Debate Tournament Becomes Safe Space for Women Only

As debate director Helen Morgan-Parmett explained, "'There is also a lot of sexual predation that happens in the debate community.'"

Republicans Love Government Spending. Listen to What They Say at Hearings.

Republicans Love Government Spending. Listen to What They Say at Hearings.

The real problem is that most Republicans support higher spending on nearly all programs. The problem is not that Democrats push them into accepting higher spending.

Why the Christian Right Opposes Pornography but Still Supports Trump

Why the Christian Right Opposes Pornography but Still Supports Trump

The moral conviction against porn remains strong, but there is also sympathy for its consumers.

Abraham Lincoln’s ‘Letter to His Son's Teacher’ is Totally Fake

Abraham Lincoln’s ‘Letter to His Son's Teacher’ is Totally Fake

A letter Abraham Lincoln allegedly wrote to his son's school teacher on the first day of class is quite charming. There's one big problem with it, however.

How Christianity Created Secularism

How Christianity Created Secularism

Illich argues that Western modernity finds its original impetus in a mutation of Latin Christendom. 

Not All Smart Girls Need to Go to College

Not All Smart Girls Need to Go to College

It’s all well and good to praise a girl for being a success in school, but when we do so, we should also consider the message it sends to her.

Does Reflecting on Death Help Prepare Us for it?

Does Reflecting on Death Help Prepare Us for it?

Memento mori – invitations to reflect on our own mortality – have been common throughout history.

The Case for Granting Sex Machines Rights

The Case for Granting Sex Machines Rights

Late last year at a tech fair in Austria, a sex robot was “molested” repeatedly and left in a “filthy” state.

Why Manners and Respect Classes Are Back (and a Big Hit with Children)

Why Manners and Respect Classes Are Back (and a Big Hit with Children)

Three reasons kids seem to revel in learning good manners.

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