A new study found that is the most common activity used to ‘bring the whole family together.’
Today, children are perceived as emotional assets whose primary purpose is being loved. As a result, we are facing a “me, me, me epidemic.”
Therefore it’s a tragedy for both individual freedom and the common good that the word “virtue” has been banished from our vocabulary.
An Ivy League graduate recently shared the story of his captivity after crossing Columbia University’s Gender-Based Misconduct Office.
The best way “to raise emotional tyrants” is to “feed the beast.”
A pioneer of “affirmative consent” curriculum says parties engaging in sex must consent every 10 minutes.
The descent from classics to coloring books appears absurd to most people.
After the first presidential debate of 2016, CNN decided to see what the kids thought of the spectacle. The answer? Not much:
Mall of America officials announced they will not participate in the Black Friday creep which has overtaken Thanksgiving.
A recently published study revealed that young women have experienced an alarming uptick in self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and poor mental health.
You might be surprised at the results.
All candidates should be put to this ancient 3-prong test.
Has throwing out history, memorization, and difficult books crippled students by not giving them the tools upon which they can build their thoughts?
Is the decline of basic skills knowledge driving the stagnation in schools?
People can’t seem to figure out if the hijab should be celebrated as a symbol of diversity or condemned as a symbol of female oppression.
If developing virtue in our young people is the basic purpose of education, then the most important test they take should reflect that purpose.
They'll have to at the 2017 chess championship in Iran.
"‘I henceforth shall be referred to as: 'His Majesty, Grant Strobl.'"
The coffee house was one of the earliest public institutions in Europe, but women weren't always welcome.
Are their reasons persuasive?
British professor Dennis Hayes believes that there is one thing that can transform education.
Controlling language was not the ultimate goal of Newspeak in Orwell’s universe.
Watch a man wearing a a "Make American Great Again" hat get cornered, beaten, and chased by a mob.
For all our seeing, it seems to me that in some ways we’re trained not to see.
Wisdom from one of America's greatest orators and writers, who rose from the shackles of slavery.
Jane Austen's Marianne Dashwood is a perfect example of today's society, whose every action seems to hinge on an emotional outbreak.
Like many Americans, I tuned in last night to catch part of the first presidential debate.
Bread and circuses