Refresh your Memorial Day knowledge with the quiz below!
From the author of the prophetic book "Fahrenheit 451"
The moment they go to school, they begin to lose the freedom to explore, take risks and experiment.
It’s an inescapable reality—when a woman acts like she doesn’t respect herself, she will never win the respect of men (or other women).
According to Russell Kirk's 6 Principles, maybe not...
Why so much passion for “passion”?
“We are witnessing the levelling down of all ranks of society...."
Guess how many times you're recorded on camera each day?
Being educated means tolerating tough questions about what you believe.
How data analytics has gone from measuring to controlling reality.
If you haven't heard Matt Stutzman's story yet, you should.
You may not be able to spell them, but do you know their definitions?
What sort of political freedom will be left to the ordinary man on the street when all government and all power is centralized in global bodies?
When I was a child, my father regaled me with tales of how he and his friends once formed “The Boys Army” and spent their days creating original inventions and stockpiling weapons in their homemade fort in the woods.
It’s a wee bit crazy out there these days.
Mothers, even those in dual-earner families, bear the brunt of parenting responsibilities--and the pressure.
A shocking letter to Mike Rowe suggests they are.
Shakespeare's man in black is the latest victim of the gender wars. Critics claim he is an "abusive boyfriend."
More employed young men are choosing to live with their parents. Guess what employed young women are doing.
Somebody has to fight the wolves.
Maybe there is a better idea.
Still, the bombings of Japan during World War II raise tough questions.
We probably need more of that these days.
Over 1,100 shot, 74% murdered are Black.
Philosophically, it’s difficult to square a genocide on unborn women with a slogan that says a woman has the right to choose.
"If I met the idea of sacrifice in a Pagan story I didn’t mind it at all … I liked it very much and was mysteriously moved by it."
Aristotle probably would have said so.
The National Academy of Sciences just released a report on a hot topic in America.