As long as we place ourselves beneath the yoke of “cheap labor” and the “cheap cause” of ideologues, the immigration status quo will continue to hollow out what little remains of our way of life.
Megan Rapinoe could learn a few lessons from Lou Gehrig.
Mass Media, Social Media, and PC culture have created an American social-policing apparatus on par with Chairman Xi Jinping's Social-Credit-Score System.
To fix the political divisions plaguing many college campuses, students must break their silence and re-embrace civil discourse.
We've created a culture that suggests basic life skills are beyond the young's comprehension.
There wasn’t a wide gap between what was being discussed at Socialism 2019 and the ideas emerging from a growing segment of the American left.
With fewer Americans eating together, one has to wonder if we're missing out on something.
Natural fertility takes over the App Store.
Could summer jobs be the key to decreasing crime?
It’s unclear why the NEA would vote against re-dedicating itself to “increased student learning."
Americans think of Bastille Day as “France’s Fourth of July.” But do these holidays really celebrate the same thing? Hardly.
Are today’s new motorized electric scooters an epidemic terrorizing American cities?
The U.S. national women’s soccer team is good at two things: making divisive political statements and nagging us about not getting paid enough.
“I, Pencil” has persuaded people of the wonders of the free market. Some want it to be destroyed.
When viewed analytically—based on how much money they generate—women in soccer actually make more than men.
For married couples of all ages, here are some sage and simple steps for building a happy marriage that endures.
When recalling our national myths, we ought to emphasize, as C.S. Lewis suggested, “the tale as such, on the picture which fires the imagination, the example that strengthens the will,” and avoid “the perfectly serious indoctrination of the young in knowably false or biased history—the heroic legend drably disguised as text-book fact.”
If you aren’t willing to put yourself at risk for beating up some guy taking your picture, then what sort of creature does that make you?
A poll released earlier this month includes a finding that may surprise those who say adding the citizenship question to the 2020 census will result in minority communities not being properly counted.
The real question, though, is what should be done. How can society as a whole give people the tools they need to raise children – or at least have a true choice about whether or not to do so?
Contrary to popular misconception, Gen Z members are not millennials.
Buckling under pressure from those who find the images offensive to certain members of the school community, the board decided to paint over it.
The sober curious are challenging the belief you need alcohol as a social lubricant.
Yep, I’m eating at McDonald’s. And so are a lot of other people. Let’s see why.
Free exchanges are positive-sum endeavors. They work because both parties — in their own estimation — benefit. This is how wealth is increased through production and exchange.
I share a lot of the concerns and goals of those who describe themselves as “socialists.” Why, then, am I not a socialist? I think, though, that they are making serious mistakes. To put it simply, people too often mistake the ends for the means and define economic and political systems in terms of their advocates’ stated goals rather than the actual characteristics of those systems.
I’m not here to talk politics.
Statistics show there may exist more Good Samaritans than many believe, thus forcing us to rethink the Bystander Effect.