How much influence should an ancient text have on the way modern people lead their lives?
What if we're pursuing happiness the wrong way?
Tara Blair Ball has taught for nine years. And she hates teaching.
Is there anybody left in America who hasn’t been approached by friends for multi-level marketing purposes?
So many politically-correct assumptions have become mainstream that, as Tocqueville once predicted, they have narrowed our ability to question rather than actually give us answers.
Only parents can demand accountability from school systems and set boundaries around their children.
We’re not perfect, and neither were the Hobbits. Deep friendships take time, energy, and forgiveness.
The lavish profits and salaries of America's top non-profit hospitals' executives impel many to call for increased transparency.
To a city slicker like me, 4-H and farm chores epitomize the discipline and ethos of Midwestern Americans.
The implementation of personalized learning is challenging.
Many embrace liberty and her handmaid, freedom, but disregard or push away the requisite responsibilities these two spirits demand.
Our nation’s birthday is approaching once again, along with the celebrations which have accompanied the holiday for so many years. In recent years, however, Independence Day celebrations are often overshadowed by bickering over race or class.
Here are seven highlights from her campaign and time in Congress over the past year.
I liked “Avengers: Endgame,” whose plot is based on time-traveling superheroes. It was definitely three hours of escapist fun. But the hype surrounding its box office records, like its plot, shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
Hollywood pats itself on the back for their ridiculous dress-up paper dolls and proclaim voila! As if it is the first time we’ve ever seen the “strong female character.”
You’d think Nike would have learned by now to avoid Colin Kaepernick’s advice like the plague.
Americans fail to realize that prohibition was a success. Will the myths surrounding prohibition trick us into legalizing everything?
Four reasons America's architects tolerated slavery in their country's infancy. Were they justified? You decide.
Somewhere along the line, the Republican Party earned itself the moniker of the “Stupid Party.”
The right to the pursuit of happiness is coherent only in the full theological context of the Declaration of Independence.
Why can’t a knitting circle just be about knitting, friendship, and community anymore?
Storytelling is surely among the most ancient of the arts.
America has a certain tendency to take its adoration to religious levels.
No amount of colorful displays of political allegiance can hide the reality: None of these people are in a political reeducation camp of their own accord.
People with different political beliefs seem to be drawn to different types of TV entertainment.
Portland and its police may have violated the First Amendment by allowing members of the left-wing group Antifa to physically attack people.
When the theory exploded onto the scene in 1927 (first proposed, by the way, by Catholic priest and astronomer Georges Lemaître), it was seen as a blow to atheists and a vindication of Christianity.
There’s seemingly no end to the populist handouts – nor to the erosion of personal responsibility that comes along with them.