The Bible isn't all fire and brimstone.
Are traditional schools failing to impart the well-rounded course of knowledge which their students need to keep up with homeschoolers?
An author and historian says a single characteristic is common among the many brilliant people he’s studied.
Rome fell to invaders in 476 AD, but who the real barbarians were is an open question.
65% of Israeli high school students say "It's good to die for our country." Would American students say the same?
Princeton historian Sean Wilentz, a longtime friend of the Clintons, said Donald Trump could go full Caesar if elected.
It’s not rational, but don't blame social media.
The chaos of the world makes many individuals want to throw up their hands and go hide in a bunker until the problems pass.
Is the "I'm as good as you" concept destroying American education?
America’s founders had some grave warnings about the dangers of political faction.
"Hey look! A squirrel!"
A historian's book on everyday life in Medieval Europe reveals an interesting portrait.
From the author of 'Common Sense' and 'Age of Reason'
Has America’s lack of knowledge, critical thinking, and logical ability caused her citizens to succumb to self-deception?
The U.S. government denies green cards to communists 25 years after the Cold War. Why not immigrants with other radical ideologies?
They were worried about "unnecessary state expenses."
Some influential authors have made that charge throughout history.
The numbers are startling.
The new film 'Lady Susan' reveals the grapple for power and money in the 19th-century marriage market.
Are today's presidential candidates in it for themselves, or are they seeking to be humble servants like Washington?
Is it time we recognized that fathers are far more valuable and positively influential in a child’s life than we give them credit for?
In his autobiography, Benjamin Franklin identified 13 virtues that guided him on his ‘bold and arduous project of arriving at moral perfection’
The father of modern criminology believed that criminality was genetically determined. We've come a long way since then. Or have we?
Maybe we should talk more about the purpose of immigration.
In his Autobiography, Franklin explained why he seldom attended church services.
A boss at EA Studios is worried you don’t know.
Locke said tolerance was the chief characteristic of the true Christian.
As they saw it, democratic political systems were a risky proposition at the best of times.