In an age where individuals are increasingly falling for socialist nostrums, Thomas Merton provides timeless lessons about why people choose bankrupt ideologies such as communism.
Gender equality aims at a self-sufficiency of sameness even in marriage and family life. How many people really prefer that?
If someone told you that public high schools have taken people with political and social power and brought them together, to the exclusion of other people, would you celebrate those schools? Probably not.
We’re used to hearing that American college students don’t like reading and avoid tough courses where they have to. But a new course at the University of Oklahoma (OU) proves that many students are eager for a demanding course.
What exactly is socialization and why does it matter if an individual has good social skills?
The Canadian psychologist has set off left-wing ideological Geiger counters around the world, and for good reason.
Our students are ill-prepared to become voting adults, but the blame shouldn’t be placed squarely on our schools.
Keating is well known for urging his students to be bold non-conformists and to “Make your lives extraordinary.” He’s also a reprehensible person pushing a bankrupt philosophy.
Depriving our children of the beautiful mysteries they introduce would only ultimately impoverish us, and make us less human.
Before socialism can succeed, the existing culture must change.
If we want fewer hate crime hoaxes on campus, perhaps we need to change what is openly valued in academia, to focus on achievement rather than knapsacks of privilege and ladders of oppression.
What kind of insanity has taken over the educated classes when they treat knowledge as something to fear and loathe?
#PostcardsforMacron highlights one of the best ways a woman can expand her influence.
The idea that the state should protect children from their parents should be cause for astonishment among liberty defenders.
“Freedom of the intellect means the freedom to report what one has seen, heard, and felt, and not to be obliged to fabricate imaginary facts and feelings.” - George Orwell
The TV series "The Man in the High Castle" sketches a world in which the Axis powers won World War II.
Asian American students are suing Harvard for racial discrimination. Harvard says it wants its students to reflect America's diversity.
A recent survey shows that a third of Millenials identify as "Democratic Socialists". Given their financial straits, I am not surprised.
Could children come before tertiary education?
A new survey finds that a third of young voters identify with some form of socialism.
California state lawmakers recently passed a bill forcing restaurants to offer specific beverages to children. Governor Jerry Brown signed the legislation, which passed easily in both the Senate and Assembly, at the end of September.
In a small Dutch elementary school, a teacher sits with her students and asks, “Who here has been in love?” The children giggle, and hands are raised in response. Why is the teacher asking her young students this adult question?
How many do you practice regularly?
Can a society which welcomes diversity find room in its group hug to embrace truth?
Is there any reason whatsoever for adults to tolerate this kind of behavior from our young people?
America wasn’t founded as a democracy to be run by voters acting on their feelings and opinions.
Are homeschoolers the "keepers of the culture"?
Students are up to a challenge... they just don't get the chance.