It didn't make the news.
It's worth a reminder.
Who did what first matters.
Do Americans need to take advantage of the time of rest before it’s completely gone?
Do the Pilgrims deserve more than two paragraphs in today’s history textbooks?
Yes, the religious can be quite rational.
A good lesson from MacDonald's 'The Princess and the Goblin'.
Is Ms. Winslet on to something?
Colorado Springs’ police physical fitness test is discriminatory.
Due to student pressure, a professor resigned.
Are you PC, BRO?!?
Even the police are in on it.
Americans should stop to consider: perhaps permanence—the guardian of family, tradition, practical wisdom, environment, and culture—is worth it.
Many years ago, my little sister was given a school assignment to write a thank-you to a veteran. In her childish scrawl, she sent a thank-you card and picture to our grandfather, who served in World War II.
If you argue that all truth is relative, then you must accept what that means.
Some insights from The Rape of the Mind.
It’s worth pondering the role of helicopter-parenting.
Protestor madness at Yale and Missouri are just the latest examples.
Parent-child reading times – even into the teen years – are one of the best ways to turn your child into a well-rounded and educated reader.
John Dewey had a lot of praise for communist education in Russia.
“Mom, I have to get out of my history class and transfer to another. I’m never going to learn anything because the kids are so disruptive.”
Is it possible that our shift away from a nature-filled lifestyle is hurting us more than we realize?
Because millennials don't know how to form associations?
It’s a question that should be asked.
Would we see American writing ability increase if these three elements were restored to the classroom?
An article in The Atlantic yesterday asks, "Why has apple picking become a tourist attraction?"
Americans were warned long ago that such a complicated mess would result if the government became an “administrative system … to provide for the needs of the poor.”
Society has made many mothers feel that they have to join the workforce in order have a nice home, the latest cars, impressive vacations, and regular restaurant meals and movie nights.