America’s a crazy place these days, Uncle Dan. Hattie says it’s because people have made politics their god.
“This is a national embarrassment.”
The fight over the Second Amendment is getting pretty real in Virginia, as citizens await the introduction of a sweeping new gun control bill in 2020.
Gollum is more like Ebenezer Scrooge than one might think, and his story teaches us an important Christmas lesson as well.
The staff at Intellectual Takeout participated in a highly non-scientific poll to crown our favorite Christmas movies. What are your Christmas favorites?
Women are starting to propose to their boyfriends. What's behind this trend and can we expect it to continue?
There are reasons why you don't know many people who have their birthday on Christmas, or New Years Day, or April Fools' Day.
Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness, and at no time is that more presently felt than during the holidays, especially for older Americans.
It's not that millennials have lost the mysticism of generations past, it's just that they put their faith in much different things than their parents or grandparents do.
People can’t take a joke anymore. Will Larson’s humor still be appreciated, or will he unintentionally poke at the sacred cows of political correctness and mortally offend the nation?
George Carlin once claimed that human rights are "imaginary." He's wrong, and for many reasons.
Libertarians and others are decrying calls to ban porn. But such a ban might actually be deeply steeped in the liberal tradition.
Once in a while, someone has to stand up for the common usage of the English language, and against the academic double speak we're slipping into.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims that dogs have more time to spend with their mothers than human children do. Is she right?
Are those suffering from social media trolls just "not mentally strong"? Or is there more to surviving a stream of Twitter abuse?
The changing attitude of immigrants toward assimilation has been transforming the U.S. from a melting pot to a salad bowl. This is having harmful economic effects, especially on immigrants who don’t assimilate.
No wrapping, no worrying, no fuss. Just fun.
From "Baby, its Cold Outside" to "Santa Baby", Christmas songs are replete with bad examples of love. We should look elsewhere for marital virtue.
Embracing suffering, learning from it, and enduring it, benefits not only those we love, but ourselves as well.
Now it’s the Salvation Army’s turn.
This younger generation is afflicted by thought processes that are damaging society, and the kids are starting to notice what's wrong.
Elected officials aren't being held accountable for their connections to Jeffrey Epstein. Surprisingly, those in the monarchy are.
Last week, Miami art gallery Art Basel sold, for $120,000, a piece of art composed of a banana duct taped to a wall. The banana used in the display is a real banana, and on Saturday, a performance artist named David Datuna ate some of it.
When we humans apply ourselves in a given day there's an untold amount of things we can accomplish.
From Drag Queen Story Hour to swimming pool locker rooms, we need to stop the abomination of our society's march to sexualize children.
It's difficult to leave your country and start a new life, the repressive regime in Cuba made that choice much easier for thousands of people.
This passage seems to be overlooked when creating "Little Women" for the feminist mind.
Your kid might be begging for a new cell phone for Christmas, but there are some things you should consider before you pull the trigger on that purchase.