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What Our Founders Really Thought of Slavery—and Why the New York Times Is Wrong
Expensive and Dangerous: Our Epidemic of Prescription Meds

Expensive and Dangerous: Our Epidemic of Prescription Meds

Many Americans are drowning in anxiety, and swimming against a tide of drugs. Should we think again about more holistic solutions to our health problems?

What Terrorists and Minneapolis Street Gangs Have in Common

What Terrorists and Minneapolis Street Gangs Have in Common

Evil is not a condition that people are born with, it is something that needs to be cultivated in the psychology of men and women.

Gender-Neutral Dolls: Toying with Kids’ Sexuality

Gender-Neutral Dolls: Toying with Kids’ Sexuality

'Left-wing gender fascism' wants to kill binaries, but they have one problem: the children. 

The Constitution of the Killing Fields

The Constitution of the Killing Fields

The leadership of the Khmer Rogue was influenced heavily by Marxist socialism. What was the impact of those ideas on the world?

The Marxist Class System of Energy Drinks

The Marxist Class System of Energy Drinks

We bet you didn't know that energy drinks correspond to Marxist class divisions.

City Shuts Downs Preschoolers’ Farm Stand

City Shuts Downs Preschoolers’ Farm Stand

Governmental agencies can't even leave a preschool fundraiser alone anymore. Where will the bureaucracy end?

Why We Should Take Greta Thunberg Seriously

Why We Should Take Greta Thunberg Seriously

Greta Thunberg's views take her cause seriously, but not the people whose lives she wants to impact. 

What’s Driving the Ballooning Support Staff in Public Schools?

What’s Driving the Ballooning Support Staff in Public Schools?

If we want schools to be surrogate parents, then perhaps we must accept the increased expenditures which come with more staff.

What the Jeffrey Epstein Case Reveals About Female Sex Offenders

What the Jeffrey Epstein Case Reveals About Female Sex Offenders

With all the discussion of Jeffrety Epstein and the #MeToo movement, its important to also remember that there are female sex offenders.

We Went to the DC Climate Protest. Here Are 5 Things We Saw.

We Went to the DC Climate Protest. Here Are 5 Things We Saw.

In a throwback to the 60s or 70s, Washington D.C. was shut down for a few hours as protestors blocked city streets and interrupted the morning commute.

Ten Facts About Homelessness in America

Ten Facts About Homelessness in America

Half a million Americans are without homes, and 47 percent are in one state: California. Why?

Deep Roots: Radicalism and the University

Deep Roots: Radicalism and the University

The normalizing of radical thought happens when we surrender education to radical influencers.

Why We Need a Voter’s License

Why We Need a Voter’s License

Why do we presume voting requires no testable competence?

‘Always Packin’: Have Americans Become Lazy About Personal Safety?

‘Always Packin’: Have Americans Become Lazy About Personal Safety?

Americans are living in a much safer age than ever before, but should we really be waving away our responsibility for our personal safety?

How American Liberalism is Co-Opting Islam

How American Liberalism is Co-Opting Islam

The cultural western secularization of Islam is degrading it far more than any targeted campaign could ever hope to.

Kamala Harris and the Cult of the Presidency

Kamala Harris and the Cult of the Presidency

Kamala Harris: '100 days to get their act together...if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action.'

Why the Hong Kong Protestors Keep Marching

Why the Hong Kong Protestors Keep Marching

Hong Kong: A reminder to Marxists that man is not only material. 

In Defense of Jane Eyre

In Defense of Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is a perennial novel for me. Yes, I teach it every year, but more importantly, I reread it every time. Not just a skim. A full read. And this is why.

Dave Chappelle and the Public Thirst for ‘Sticks and Stones’

Dave Chappelle and the Public Thirst for ‘Sticks and Stones’

Our moral outrage about Dave Chappelle speaks volumes.

Different Parties, Different Planets

Different Parties, Different Planets

If Republicans only drink Dunkin, and Democrats shop at Target, do our separate habits mean separate worlds?

The Seven Most Anti-War Episodes of M*A*S*H

The Seven Most Anti-War Episodes of M*A*S*H

M*A*S*H was a show about the Korean War, that ran during the Vietnam War, which sought to end war.

The Worst Excuse for Bad Parenting

The Worst Excuse for Bad Parenting

Parents need to stop justifying their poor behavior just because they're overscheduled and exhausted.

Paglia: Criticizing Transgenderism Is Not Transphobic

Paglia: Criticizing Transgenderism Is Not Transphobic

Feminist academic Camille Paglia is notorious for marching to her own beat. Her recent interview in the academic journal Interfaces Brazil/Canada is no exception.

Real Hope and Change: It Begins With Us

Real Hope and Change: It Begins With Us

Everybody keeps demanding change, and all the politicians promise change. Why is so little actually changing?

Are Conspiracy Theories Really on the Rise?

Are Conspiracy Theories Really on the Rise?

Have the internet and social media created a climate where Americans believe anything is possible?

Begotten, Not Made: Revisiting the Morality of Surrogacy

Begotten, Not Made: Revisiting the Morality of Surrogacy

Should we respond to the pain of infertility by making some mothers into birthers? What are the consequences for defining mother or child?

Progressives Are Starting to Notice the Weird Cultural Climate

Progressives Are Starting to Notice the Weird Cultural Climate

The cultural climate out there is weird. Just about every American adult feels it, although we try to go about life as normal, pushing our unease aside.

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