It's in each of us.
It’s one reason why we can’t rationally discuss things
Is Lewis' argument on the "Law of Nature" correct?
The French have just shown that there are limits to tolerance.
How do we restore order and handle such glaring discipline issues in our schools?
We ought to discourse in other terms, employing some moral imagination and confronting honestly our disorders...
It's the original selfie-maker.
And the fatal flaw of democracy.
“Of all the unanswered questions of our time, perhaps the most important is: ‘What is Fascism?’
Francis Fukuyama’s words about democracy against today’s realities.
There's a lot to know about America's history.
What does it mean to be one?
He was particularly hated by master Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels, who viewed him as a serious threat.
President Roosevelt’s Speech to Congress after Pearl Harbor
Today, it is often remarked that the American people are more divided than ever.
Does this guy know how to party or what?! ;)
Everything will likely change.
How the cultural appropriation argument could backfire.
Maybe there’s something to learn from it.
Turkey, Russia, and Washington’s ‘Farewell Address’.
“Gratitude is always in one’s Power.”
You may not like it, but what will replace it?
Have many parents unwittingly encouraged their children to be demanding, self-centered individuals?
Overall, the Pilgrims gave only a few things to America—notably, the feast of Thanksgiving and the Plymouth Combination. But, what a contribution.
Do minority students today need to seek to overcome disadvantages through their own efforts?
It seems Samuel Huntington was pretty close to the mark.
Perhaps the greater enemy is within.