“I should be ungrateful then, if I did not take every Opportunity of expressing my Gratitude….” – Benjamin Franklin, 1735
People hate it when you criticize what they do for fun. The reason why might be deeper than first assumed.
We're guessing most of the folks who call Christianity "stupid" haven't read these authors.
Public discourse might be more civil if we followed Franklin's example.
Why are they involved with it anyway?
Has our society forgotten what true friendship looks like?
Demography is the Achilles heel of a democracy.
According to child psychologists, fantasy is critical for childhood development.
Multiculturalism doesn't work. And boys and girls are unequal.
Are American adults aiding and abetting the rapid rise in ADHD?
Spending, spending, spending. Debt, debt, debt.
In the name of expediency, we toss aside our checks against the concentration of power.
From the author of "Brave New World"
Eleanor Roosevelt had something important to say on this topic.
Are they spurring a return to community care and concern in addition to lowering costs?
Here are ten you will probably find interesting...
Typos either reveal the inability to spell or the need to slow down.
Knowledgeable readers are a dying breed...
An interesting contrast.
Being aware of what's happening is the first step to regaining our intellectual independence.
Keep that in mind.
A recent Pew Research study breaks down exactly how parents are attempting to discipline their children.
“Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.”
Thomas Jefferson might have the answer.
We need an education system that helps teens reach their full potential.
Technology is never an unmixed blessing.
It’s encouraging to hear that there are still some folks who are seeking to feed their minds and expand their thinking.
Kids need an authority figure, not a friend.