As we continue on the elusive quest for an ideal 45th president, perhaps we would benefit from examining the first: George Washington.
Here’s some clarity on what the Catholic Church actually believes.
There’s a new disorder on the loose and it’s known as PIU: Problematic Internet Use.
4 surprising quotes from To Kill a Mockingbird.
Children who went through "behavior modification" treatment saw significant benefits.
Bernie’s new t-shirt by Shep Fairey looks like a cross.
The Pope made a statement he might want to walk back.
Words of wisdom from Sir Francis Bacon.
Americans have long mistrusted intellectuals, nowhere more so than when intellectuals have had access to power. There is considerable irony in this apprehension, for the Founding Fathers were themselves men of intellect and learning.
In the name of Black Lives Matter, a white Marine allegedly was beat up by a group of black teens and adults.
The answer shouldn't surprise us.
So much for "friendship" parenting...
Has medicine today become too much about process, and not enough about relationships?
Did you know the famous author was a fighter pilot in World War II?
An increasing number of teachers are reluctant to encourage others to follow their footsteps.
Could the West use some more respect for its elders?
Considering that only 27% of American students are proficient in writing, would American students benefit from learning from some of his writing secrets?
And the winner is...
New data has led to a concern that physician-assisted death is serving as a substitute for effective psychological support.
Women are reclaiming the word “housewife” as old-fashioned homemaking comes back into vogue.
Maybe we need to reconsider our codes of conduct, especially when it comes to the art of being a man.
It’s become a common complaint of women that there aren’t any decent men around.
It's a literal "eat your cake and have it, too" situation
There are competing notions of liberty.
We're in a Catch-22 when it comes to parenting and education.
The American College of Pediatricians has something to say about that.
Our lives are full of treasure, but our hearts are empty.
We need less ideology in our discourse and decision making.