A new study says yes.
Sacrificing principle for the sake of marginalized groups is short-sighted
“Pick your child up from school and you could be charged with trespassing.”
It's a revealing lesson for media about their power.
Can you guess which beer-guzzling president named his hounds “Drunkard,” “Tippler,” and “Tipsy”?
"The average American household forks out $6,759 a year on food, or 12.6 percent of total spending, according to the Consumer Expenditure Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of that, $756 is spent on fruits and vegetables, and $2,787 on the high cost of eating out.”
It's becoming hard to ignore ... and resist.
A pair of Cornell researchers found that incompetent people cannot recognize their own incompetence.
A lesson from Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Farmer Boy"
He says the group ignores black-on-black crime. The video has gone viral.
In the 1970s she took part in the execution of a cop.
“With an average of two remedial classes taken per student, the half million recent high school graduates and their families overall paid an extra $3,000 for skills and content they should have learned in high school.”
The goal of a quarrel, as distinct from an argument, is not to bring the other to the truth but to beat him into submission.
How many minutes is too long to leave a child in a car alone?
If you are one of those people constantly correcting other people’s grammar, you might not want to read this.
Keeping up with the Jones can drive families into debt and make them envious and miserable.
Caught on Video: There’s a new controversy brewing in Chicago.
“Spoiling” children with the right books can actually aid parents in raising well-disciplined and virtuous children.
Such is the tragi-comedy of our situation – we continue to clamor for those very qualities we are rendering impossible.
Charles Murray has a quiz that will tell you if you do.
Millennials are realizing they can't cook... and sense they're missing out.
A surprising opinion piece by a Dutch political commentator.
A tiresome false dichotomy bedevils political debate about the causes of poverty.
Raleigh cautioned his son to avoid choosing a wife solely on her physical merits, for marrying for beauty, he said, binds a man to that which “perchance will neither last nor please thee one year.”
When kids have too many things, they forget how to play with them.
If it’s the Constitution, we’re in trouble.
In our quest to get more impoverished kids into college, have we actually doomed them to a life of greater poverty?
'Bridge of Spies' gives us an perceptive take on what it is to be an American.