Is it better to be feared or loved? Let's see how much Machiavelli you have in you!
'I abominate and detest the idea of a government, where there is a standing army.'
There is a reason we use the world ‘roman’ as an adjective today.
But his Dickensian upbringing is not the most amazing part of the story.
Can you match these nine famous medieval authors to their works?
Our society has a misguided fear of loading children down with “too much responsibility.”
Here’s what it does say.
American high schoolers used these questions to review and prepare for tests such as the New York Regents exam.
Regardless of how you feel about Bush 43, Americans should pay attention to what he said yesterday.
Could current unrest be the result of our insistence that education is the answer to all our problems?
The purpose of life is not worldly riches and the creature comforts they can purchase. Such trinkets can never satisfy the needs of the soul.
They will make you sweat.
It rested in the idea that God makes nothing in vain, and that Grace perfects fallen nature.
Statistics show that nearly three out of four high school seniors are unable to attain proficiency in writing.
“A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within.”
While Americans often view monarchy as an authoritarian form of government, the methods employed by the US government would yield Burkian disapproval.
The first French edition of “Mein Kampf” was published in 1934 by an eccentric, right-wing publisher named Fernand Sorlot.
An insight from his 1945 essay "Politics and the English Language".
Only one in five Americans can.
Would more of today’s Americans resist the urge toward despair, anger, and discouragement if they adopted Booker Washington’s daily code of conduct?
Not good considering that only 12 percent of American high school students are proficient in history.
"A concern with cultural disorganization underlies almost every major philosophy of history in our time."
It’s no surprise that today’s schools aren’t teaching these things.
The best and clearest way that I can exemplify the harmful effects of distraction-addiction is to recall my experience in prison.
1,000 Japanese soldiers launched the first banzai charge of World War II and it was horrifying.
Is this the end of the rule of law? Is the law now different for the powerful and the weak?
If we continually prop those who fail, are we putting not only them, but all students at risk of a poorer quality education?
There are two contending worldviews shaping the debate today: Christianity and Marxism. Their lists of sins reveal a lot.