Hair used to be a huge deal to people.
One virtue in particular got slaughtered.
When it comes to an emphasis on the individual, Americans lead the pack.
College Kid: “Good for you!”
Via WOWK-TV, a CBS affiliate out of Charleston, West Virginia:
A video that shows an East Bank Middle School teacher berating a student was emailed in to 13 News to be investigated.
By avoiding difficult texts in our colleges and universities, have we tossed out the opportunities to create many real “geniuses”?
The culture of coddling and protection which we have built is the culprit.
'You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.'
100 years ago, G.K. Chesterton wrote about the dangers of the press.
What’s the direction of causation? After all, correlation does not equal causation.
Maybe America is really not as divided as we’ve been led to believe.
It's the sexual competition.
For most parents the thought of Child Protective Services showing up on the doorstep is terrifying.
Nietzsche's fear was that Western man would reject the Superman in favor of the “Last Man.”
They tend to score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.
Is there evil in the heart of all men?
Today the education system and news media fail to awaken this power of reasoning in most.
It’s not as bullet-proof as some would like to think.
Some books need to be read, and reread, and reread ...
It's healthy to occassionally disconnect, today more than ever.
Is it time for parents to return to a position of loving but firm authority figures?
Is it too late to encourage colleges to start acting like actual institutions of higher learning rather than a glorified form of preschool?
A sociologist says yes, but scientific research on the subject remains mixed.
The lines between sexual empowerment and sexual objectification are starting to blur.
Alexis de Tocqueville raised the connection between equality and community in his classic work Democracy in America.
It's a way we can actually make a difference.
From the emails they get in their inbox to the contents of their cereal boxes, kids should grow up encouraged to ask questions and seek out reliable evidence.
The recent viral zombie prank has an interesting parallel to Americans' lack of knowledge.