If James K. Polk can be credited with adding a huge swath of territory to the American empire, might Donald Trump one day be credited with preserving that long ago victory by reversing the gradual makeover of the southwestern United States?
There seems to be a wide gap between clinical practice and the research on which it should be based.
The world’s largest fast food company will be just fine. But what about workers?
Our beloved Aaron Wolf passed away suddenly on Easter Sunday. It is a devastating loss to his family and a terrible loss to Chronicles, The Charlemagne Institute, and our cause.
Americans have lost faith in today’s mainstream news media.
A politician cannot save us, not in the policy realm or our personal lives.
Greta and other Western children are given to understand that human beings — they themselves — are the problem.
Given our society's current inability to engage in rational discourse, a renewed appreciation for the logos as a shared commitment to seeking and articulating truth could be our only hope.
Childhood exuberance is now a liability.
The tension, the delight, the mystery, the attractions between male and female, romance and courtship, the misunderstandings, the complementarity of various gifts physical, mental, and spiritual: I don’t know about you, but I’m raising a glass to diversity.
Thus it seems that we’re entering into a paradoxical twilight time, an era astride two ages. On one side of the twain, digital domination seems unstoppable, and yet on the other side, people don’t trust it.
The slippery slope towards tyranny? We're already on it.
Once upon a time kids didn’t go to preschool. Or kindergarten. And when they did go to the latter, the expectations were much more kid-friendly and age appropriate.
It's being used to drive a narrative the media wants to hear.
It was announced this week that the U.S. Supreme Court would be considering a lower court decision that redefined the word "sex" to mean "gender identity."
Do young Americans really know what it means to live under socialism?
During a CNN town hall on Monday, a student asked Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris whether they would allow felons in prison to vote.
A quarter of teachers report being the objects of student violence and abuse according to a recent survey out of the UK.
Three Arizona students may soon learn a valuable lesson: There’s a difference between exercising your free speech on campus and blocking someone else’s attempt to do the same.
George Orwell and Charles Dickens offer some disturbing insight into how totalitarianism works.
The misuse of AI is not limited to autocratic states.