The most sacred rule of the jungle is that animals never hunt and eat man, outside of rare approved circumstances. Under this guiding tenet, Kipling crafts a case study of behavior.
It's not through politics
It’s been a rough week for electronic devices.
Remarkable insight from the past on a trending issue.
There seems to be a great deal of confusion on who classifies as a "friend."
And could that be a cause of the decline of America's problem-solving skills gap?
Make no mistake, the book banners have the same motivation as the book burners.
The genre was sneered at for years by those who viewed it as "low-class, childish, and quasi-pornographic."
In a world where quick wit and self-interest are the norm, Franklin’s words are worthy of reflection.
In keeping our kids safe, are we setting them up to be taken advantage of as adults?
In the age of pornography, it’s getting more difficult to make an intellectual case for criminalizing prostitution.
The research is compelling.
The latest development of sexual education is likely to leave many parents outraged.
A newly released film starring Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon explores the King's odd trip to meet Richard Nixon.
Robert Jordan, a 49-year-old college graduate, wanted to be a police officer. But he was told he was too smart.
A new poll shows traditional, family-related Sabbath activities have plummeted in recent years.
Asking a person out on a date would be classified as "harassment" if the question was "unwelcome."
And only one in four parents are doing it, according to a recent report.
People with overactive immune systems may be more predisposed than others, a new study found.
In a digital world, it's easy to forget how important it is to read to our children.
Do we need to reconsider the mass societal encouragement of the two-parent income?
Liberals are increasingly expressing disapproval of the intolerance on today's college campuses.
See the cartoon that got him fired.
"Math is simply a matter of stating the terms of your argument and then defending those statements using logic."
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/teenage-girl-punched-kicked-stamped-7897534#DetxT1O6oT8WphvA.97The video, shot in the UK, is sickening. But is fining parents the answer to bullying?
Before we complain about how much children cost, shouldn't we examine how many unnecessary things we have?
In recent years, America’s schools have attempted to train teachers of the highest quality.
Christian theology and Freud identify three types of ‘bad love’—and they’re pretty much everywhere in our culture.