"We all, therefore, need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period. And that means the old books."
Enough with the man-hating
What makes for a good life? We all strive for happiness, but does that do the trick?
Amazing what propaganda combined with a lack of knowledge can do...
What seemed like a quick fix for busy parents and teachers with energetic kids has now become a serious problem.
“I’m a Gentleman” is a much better leadership slogan than “Make America Great Again.”
According to a recent Rolling Stone article, we're living in the age of fear.
Theatre of the absurd at its finest.
“I didn’t set out to be a radical, I just wanted my kids swaddled at day care.”
Never before in American history have so many men done absolutely nothing.
Tacitus said it was a mark of a decadent society - have we reached that?
David Wong at Cracked explains how Donald Trump became president.
Cloudy and ambiguous language can be ethically perilous.
Israel and the UN have not been what one could call “chummy” in recent history. And they’re not likely to grow any closer after today, either.
If you’re looking for evidence that respect for human dignity is gone, look no further than the 2016 election cycle.
They are not only legally problematic but widely unpopular with the public.
John Laurens, a young colonial officer from South Carolina, shared many letters of affection with Hamilton.
Donald Trump’s call for a wall on America’s southern border is part of a global trend.
It makes sense.
Douglas Muir, an adjunct professor for the University of Virginia, called Black Lives Matter racist and compared them to the KKK.
I have a problem. I don’t know whom to vote for this year.
It was highly effective—and looked nothing like today’s campus protests.
Is raising the bar instead of lowering it the key to getting more students to succeed in school?
A new study shows that millennials love dropping ‘the occasional F bomb’ at work.
Without clear boundaries for behavior, children will naturally try their luck.
Today marks the 445th anniversary of Christendom’s pivotal victory over the Ottoman Empire.
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.”