James Fenimore Cooper's 1838 civics primer might come in handy in the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings.
There has been much discourse on what responsibility Christians have to immigrants and refugees seeking new homes.
The increased visibility and demands for equality may actually be a sign that these groups have achieved what they seek.
My student, the color drained from his face, explained that a blood feud had just begun that would continue for generations.
It has to do with the great irony between the words and actions of the Democrat party.
In case one needed further evidence that American schools are in chaos, the video below will put any doubts to rest.
Let's get the gender debates out of our plates and leave them in the women's studies departments instead.
We need to fight back against a culture that tells our kids that truthfulness does not matter.
Do you know the murder capital of the U.S.? It’s not Detroit. Not Chicago, L.A., or the Big Apple.
Since I’m sick of politics, I decided to check out the more personal side of the man who could possibly be the next SCOTUS justice.
Clinton's language is closer to that of the current occupant of the White House than Trump's two predecessors.
If they don't, they won't survive.
“Medical assistance in dying" could save Canada as much as $138.8 million annually.
Those leading the boycott may be suffering from what one author calls the Othello Principle: “The eye sees what the mind looks for.”
There is some disagreement on what racism actually is. So let's look at the history.
Are men afraid to tell women their true desires?
'La La Land' is a stunning achievement. And yet there is something very wrong.
We don't use rhetoric responsibly in 21st century America.
There are two major differences between the texts used today and those used in the schools of the past.
Are they are all majority Muslim? Yes. Another commonality is war.
Growing up, I knew better than to utter those two infamous words of childhood: “I’m bored.”
Should this be a cause of concern?
Harry Frankfurt's minor classic sheds light on the Trump phenomenon.
Will our efforts to manipulate mankind through science only end in dehumanizing our own selves?
Richard Stengel writes in the Atlantic that the American Century is over and Trump’s to blame. He’s only half right.
In 'The Rebel,' Camus declared for a peaceful socialism that would not resort to revolutionary violence. Sartre read the book with disgust.
Anthony Esolen isn’t saying our culture is vulgar and debased. He’s saying it no longer exists.
What’s he doing trying to study? Didn’t he realize he’s at a university?