Socialism is more than political. It's a secular religion.
There are a lot of books out there. Why is it important for students to read older books when there is so much new material available?
Lifting our neighbors out of poverty may begin with providing structures to provide dignified work.
We need to better educate our children about the dangerous of socialism. Here are 10 suggestions for kick starting that learning.
Is truth-telling, or even attempting that arduous task, becoming a vanishingly rare pursuit in America?
Many college students seem to hold very rosy and optimistic views of socialism. It seems a realist on this issue is rare indeed.
Why are so many millenials turning to socialism?
Schools are engaged in brainwashing our children to believe that capitalism is evil, and that socialism and communism are positive goods.
Should Piers Morgan be fired for his view on gender?
What difference does the size of a child's class make on the quality of their education? And what are the costs associated with changing class sizes?
Melania Trump is a model first lady. We can learn a lot from her humility.
Why do American students score lower on standardized tests than other countries' students? Could it be a cultural phenomenon?
It is incredibly disappointing, and a bad sign for the educational efforts of the United States, to see such high favorabilty ratings for Communism.
What's left to call racist after we label math as such?
To fight the fallout from automation, we need to care for our workers thoughtfully.
'We Are All Equal' suggests a surprising theme.
When we experience big life transitions, new job, new school, new spouse, it is important to ensure you develop new habits to preserve your sanity.
The English language itself is being changed before our eyes to conform to political correctness.
Community education efforts are easily supplanting the public school days students are missing thanks to the teachers strike.
Academic papers are becoming more and more ridiculous, but they have a long history of nonsense dating back decades.
Chicago unions are fighting to gain members through a show of strength.
Children are better served by having a unified home with both parents involved, we need to stop bowing to PC pressure to pretend otherwise.
“Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.” - George Orwell
It's not by walking away.
College campuses across the country are being infected by "woke" policies that are actually regressive and discriminatory.
The U.S. National Council on Disabilities is against it.
Should we start replacing great western thinkers and writers such as Plato and Homer? Do they really deserve a place in our curriculum anymore?
Americans seem to be obsessed with cheating, regardless of whether it be on academics, fiscal reality, or even attempting to cheat nature itself.