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Why 1920s Americans Probably Wouldn’t Trade Places With Us

Why 1920s Americans Probably Wouldn’t Trade Places With Us

Looking back at magazines from 100 years ago, there's a lot to admire about the way American media and people functioned back then.

Obama and Kanye on Woke Culture: ‘Get Over That Fast’

Obama and Kanye on Woke Culture: ‘Get Over That Fast’

Kanye and Obama have something in common. 

Saudi Women Slowly Move Outside ‘The Cage’

Saudi Women Slowly Move Outside ‘The Cage’

How do American third wave feminists reconcile their grievances with those of women whose human rights are 100 years behind?

Copycatting Melania Trump

Copycatting Melania Trump

Melania Trump is a model first lady. We can learn a lot from her humility. 

What’s Behind the Explosion of Pet Costumes?

What’s Behind the Explosion of Pet Costumes?

Halloween costumes for pets are big business! What does this say about the maturity of the pets' owners?

First Look at Latest National Test Scores: Is It Cultural?

First Look at Latest National Test Scores: Is It Cultural?

Why do American students score lower on standardized tests than other countries' students? Could it be a cultural phenomenon?

C.S. Lewis Predicted Our Doom

C.S. Lewis Predicted Our Doom

There are many pieces of dystopian literature out there. Perhaps C.S. Lewis' lesser known work holds the truth of our present world.

Famed Forensic Pathologist: Evidence Points to Homicide Rather Than Suicide in Epstein Case

Famed Forensic Pathologist: Evidence Points to Homicide Rather Than Suicide in Epstein Case

A forensic pathologist suggests Epstein was strangled to death. 

What the Death of ISIS Means for Us

What the Death of ISIS Means for Us

ISIS is dead, or at least severely wounded. But its ideas are alive. 

Father Brown and the Nature of Logic

Father Brown and the Nature of Logic

Political discourse is becoming more trivialized and focused on instant gratification. It's time to return to a slower pace that emphasizes logic and reason.

Judge Allows Nick Sandmann’s Libel Lawsuit Against Washington Post to Advance

Judge Allows Nick Sandmann’s Libel Lawsuit Against Washington Post to Advance

Reversing his own earlier ruling, a federal judge will allow the Sandmann family to sue The Washington Post for libel.

Socialism and the City: Is There a Connection?

Socialism and the City: Is There a Connection?

Seventy percent of millennials say they would likely vote for a socialist. Are cities to blame?

Why Women Workers Might Be Less Willing to Delegate

Why Women Workers Might Be Less Willing to Delegate

We all need to delegate some work from time to time. Why are women less likely to do so than men?

1 in 3 Millennials View Communism Favorably, Survey Finds

1 in 3 Millennials View Communism Favorably, Survey Finds

It is incredibly disappointing, and a bad sign for the educational efforts of the United States, to see such high favorabilty ratings for Communism.

When Will #MeToo Blow the Whistle on IVF Clinic Pornography?

When Will #MeToo Blow the Whistle on IVF Clinic Pornography?

IVF porn is one of those sordid things that everyone knows about but no one has the stomach to talk about.

Can Royalty and Victimhood Co-Exist?

Can Royalty and Victimhood Co-Exist?

Does material luxury remove immaterial problems? 

Why Your Metal Straw Won't Save the World

Why Your Metal Straw Won't Save the World

Will using a metal straw or eating 'impossible burgers really make a difference in the environmentalist movement?

Why Mike Pence Shouldn't Shut Up About China

Why Mike Pence Shouldn't Shut Up About China

Vice President Mike Pence should ignore Charles Barkley and keep talking about China and its abuses in trade and human rights alike.

Homer Simpson, the Unlikely Moral Exemplar

Homer Simpson, the Unlikely Moral Exemplar

What does it say about contemporary American culture that Homer Simpson is a pillar of moral fortitude for our time?

Should Parents Be Paid?

Should Parents Be Paid?

Society will pay if we don't value parents; should we start now? 

American Neverland: An Epidemic of Infantilism

American Neverland: An Epidemic of Infantilism

From our trust of teenage "experts" to the profanity laden discourse of our "grownups," American culture has gone looking for the fantasy of Neverland.

How Children Learn the Humanity of Trade

How Children Learn the Humanity of Trade

Here's a great way to teach kids about markets. 

What the Left and Right Get Wrong About Immigration

What the Left and Right Get Wrong About Immigration

It's deeper than care for immigrants or concern for our borders. 

An Antidote To Madness: The Happy Creek Coffee Shop

An Antidote To Madness: The Happy Creek Coffee Shop

With the craziness that seems to surround us now, sometimes all you can do is seek the sanity of a local coffee shop.

When a Court Forces Your Boy to Become a Girl

When a Court Forces Your Boy to Become a Girl

What is a father to do when the court system tells him his son is transgender, and that he must refer to his son as a girl, or lose contact with his child?

US Workers And the Fight Against AI

US Workers And the Fight Against AI

To fight the fallout from automation, we need to care for our workers thoughtfully. 

Woke Preschoolers: Indoctrinating Our Youngest Children

Woke Preschoolers: Indoctrinating Our Youngest Children

'We Are All Equal' suggests a surprising theme. 

The Power of Habit

The Power of Habit

When we experience big life transitions, new job, new school, new spouse, it is important to ensure you develop new habits to preserve your sanity.

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