The anti-gun movement’s elevation of these students to the status of celebrities merits scrutiny.
Recently my workplace instigated new measures to ensure a safer, more equitable environment. As part of this exercise, I was asked to rate the acceptability of a man holding a door open for a woman.
The late NYU Professor Neil Postman said all people must choose whether to be an Athenian or a Visigoth. But how does one tell one from the other?
Did the sexual revolution erode men's sense of responsibility toward pregnant women?
The surrounding environment has less to do with it than we've been told.
A new $5 million federal program will bring free digital textbooks to students.
Gun ownership is not our problem.
What changed between the days when kids were trusted to bring guns to school and store them in lockers to our times of “zero-tolerance”?
A teacher reflects on the importance of getting students to "fast" from technology during the day.
Quick engagements and long marriages worked for the Greatest Generation. Could such a model work today?
Tens of thousands of protesters—and maybe more—gathered in Washington, D.C., and around the country Saturday to protest in favor of gun control.
Many Christians believe that Glastonbury is the site of the earliest church in Britain, allegedly founded in the first or second century by Joseph of Arimathea.
The life and words of Patrick Henry shed some light on the path to a happy, lasting marriage.
House members were given 1,000 minutes to read a 2,232-page bill. How many do you think even tried?
With two children in tow, another one on the way, and a great deal of time in the public eye, the Duchess of Cambridge is undoubtedly one of the world’s foremost mothers.
Liberalism simply observed that things go better with freedom – not perfectly, not always, not toward creating utopia, but generally much better than any kind of imposition from above ever can.
A Million Students Are Marching Against Guns. My Daughter Enrolled in a Trauma Casualty Training Class.
Thousands of students walked out of their classes to protest congressional inaction on gun control earlier this month. Organizers estimate that a million students will take part in upcoming anti-gun violence rallies.
As schooling has expanded over the past several decades, consuming more of childhood than ever before, and becoming more standardized and restrictive, it should be no surprise that American creativity has simultaneously plummeted.
In his autobiographical book A Confession, Leo Tolstoy described the nihilistic beliefs that haunted him.
As in the early Middle Ages, Western Civilization finds its future threatened once again.
Are we committed to helping the next generation of young men… or are we more committed to ensuring that no one’s sense of political correctness is offended?
We have gone from sanctioning divorce only in very difficult cases to viewing it as the legitimate answer for people who are not completely happy all the time.
For the past decade the Nordics, Switzerland and the Netherlands have generally traded around the first seven slots. The United States... not so much.
Instead of driving an intellectually dishonest and corrosive wedge between an already divided American public, we should take meaningful action and protect our students.
The difficulty in finding a mate is causing many young and middle-age individuals to embrace an old – and often ridiculed – approach to dating known as matchmaking.
The Dutch Ministry of Justice announced it is launching criminal investigations into four instances of euthanasia, a sign the nation may be reining its permissive policy.
Returning to the origins of the word – and understanding how its meaning has changed through time – gives us a new way to think about modern loneliness, and the ways in which we might address it.
Why would any law-abiding citizen need an AR-15?