The survey shows that many voters are not only uninformed about major issues—they are positively misinformed.
As the Pittsburgh shooting showed, we increasingly prefer tribe-affirming stories to Occam's Razor.
Halloween used to be kid stuff. To quit dressing up was an important rite of passage. It meant you were one step closer to becoming an adult. Not anymore.
There are other ways to teach this all-important life lesson.
One vexing current problem centers on who becomes the citizen of a given country, since citizenship confers voting rights.
Is Swedish socialism a myth?
Gatto leaves behind a legacy that inspired thousands of people to challenge the premise on which our education system was built.
I know many young people who are educated, fit, and morally sound. I am certain my readers do as well. We just need more like them.
For all the staged midterm theatrics, the caravan illustrates the abject ironies and paradoxes of the entire illegal alien project.
Is society so eager to affirm and advance those who struggle with gender dysphoria that it overlooks common sense and solid research?
It's a draw in the battle of the sexes and marriage rates are plummeting. Thank the extremists.
Every episode of The Office provides a master class in how an NPC behaves. Michael ignores the warning signs that he is an NPC, but we don’t have to.
In an age where individuals are increasingly falling for socialist nostrums, Thomas Merton provides timeless lessons about why people choose bankrupt ideologies such as communism.
Gender equality aims at a self-sufficiency of sameness even in marriage and family life. How many people really prefer that?
Blind, uncritical parroting is always annoying, whether it’s of Jordan Peterson or Lena Dunham.
Mass immigration, legal and illegal, disproportionately hurts black Americans because they are the ones most likely to compete directly with immigrants for work.
They claim they've merely inherited a tradition from the 1930s Left. Here's why that's wrong.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago offers some poignant advice for dealing with the friction in today's society.
If someone told you that public high schools have taken people with political and social power and brought them together, to the exclusion of other people, would you celebrate those schools? Probably not.
We’re used to hearing that American college students don’t like reading and avoid tough courses where they have to. But a new course at the University of Oklahoma (OU) proves that many students are eager for a demanding course.
The idea that making fun of accents is a kind of hate speech might sound absurd to many Americans, but it fits into Europe’s approach to free speech in recent years.