A virtues project from Narnia.
Here’s the painful truth: society does not consider you to be a legitimate parent when you have only one child.
If we truly want our children to excel in the adult world, is it time we injected the “Curriculum of Family” into schools, giving parents more time to be an influence on their own children?
People never fail to ask me before feeding my kids anything, but I have never had anyone ask my permission before showing my kids a screen.
In having heroes “we make the best features of an historical person’s life” our own.
Our beloved Aaron Wolf passed away suddenly on Easter Sunday. It is a devastating loss to his family and a terrible loss to Chronicles, The Charlemagne Institute, and our cause.
Childhood exuberance is now a liability.
The tension, the delight, the mystery, the attractions between male and female, romance and courtship, the misunderstandings, the complementarity of various gifts physical, mental, and spiritual: I don’t know about you, but I’m raising a glass to diversity.
Once upon a time kids didn’t go to preschool. Or kindergarten. And when they did go to the latter, the expectations were much more kid-friendly and age appropriate.
This race to the elusive top is causing many young people to experience severe anxiety, depression, and hopelessness.
We aren’t meant for this noisy existence. In silence we are forced to confront that which is not right with ourselves, while in noise we escape.
Armed guards and police officers at schools are no guarantee of school safety and may cause more harm than good.
A young man needs guides, equipment, and maps for his journey. These books, and dozens of others, can serve him as a compass.
Ever been to a Communist Easter egg hunt?
Noah Webster offers some advice for women evaluating suitors.
Today’s young adults continually hear the go-to-college, get-into-grad-school, find-a-good-job mantra thrown at them. But would they find greater success and happiness if we began sounding the get-married mantra earlier in life?
Watching episodes of the 1960's show "The Twilight Zone," I noticed that we used to define adulthood as coming to accept that mankind's negative traits can be ameliorated, but not completely eradicated.
Unfortunately for men, women are fickle. Many are beginning to realize that a soft, sensitive, elegant man isn’t what they really want.
There’s no manual for becoming a man. Nonetheless, there are concrete steps men can take towards positive masculine ideals.
Young men need authority structures to belong to, and in lieu of that, some are turning to hate.
Dog owners are willing to spend more on their pets than cat owners – including to save their lives. One reason suggested was that dog owners had stronger bonds to their pets, which prompted them to spend more on things like veterinary care.
It’s always good to start by asking if you can hold the baby. Some moms would appreciate the help, but they are scared to impose.
It seems likely the FAMILY Act will cost substantially more than advocates claim...
Education freedom begins when government compulsion ends.
Caregiving is important. The mind-numbing, ordinary, unseen, everyday sacrifices have an impact far beyond what we see in the present.
If we’re tired of seeing this promising generation flounder, then perhaps they’re at least entitled to being shown a better way forward.
What has our country become that we can tear down the doorway of a family who has a child with a high fever that disagrees with their doctor?
Could it be that we need more boredom?