It seems Samuel Huntington was pretty close to the mark.
Perhaps the greater enemy is within.
Anxiety, nostalgia, and mistrust run deep in white America.
Would more American parents be wise to instill their children with the same mentality on which the McCaughey septuplets have been raised?
It starts with a ‘P’.
A statement from Amy makes us wonder.
The historical record reveals more about the clashes of cultures and civilizations.
“Turn Down for What” reveals how far we’re fallen.
There are fears that immigrants are no longer being assimilated in the deeper ideals that underlie American identity.
Ms. Dunst appreciates the male who treats her like a lady and exhibits gentlemanly characteristics.
It didn't make the news.
It's worth a reminder.
Who did what first matters.
Do Americans need to take advantage of the time of rest before it’s completely gone?
Do the Pilgrims deserve more than two paragraphs in today’s history textbooks?
Yes, the religious can be quite rational.
A good lesson from MacDonald's 'The Princess and the Goblin'.
Is Ms. Winslet on to something?
Colorado Springs’ police physical fitness test is discriminatory.
Due to student pressure, a professor resigned.
Are you PC, BRO?!?
Even the police are in on it.
Americans should stop to consider: perhaps permanence—the guardian of family, tradition, practical wisdom, environment, and culture—is worth it.
Many years ago, my little sister was given a school assignment to write a thank-you to a veteran. In her childish scrawl, she sent a thank-you card and picture to our grandfather, who served in World War II.
If you argue that all truth is relative, then you must accept what that means.
Some insights from The Rape of the Mind.
It’s worth pondering the role of helicopter-parenting.
Protestor madness at Yale and Missouri are just the latest examples.