The language they used to denounce the attack was harsher than Obama’s.
Earnings increased by 21% for men who grew up in a household full of books.
Ever feel that Americans are increasingly on the go?
7 easy steps courtesy of Vladimir Lenin.
The autobiography of America’s most decorated soldier in World War II will wake you up to the realities of war.
I have been blessed beyond measure to inherit a free country because others have fought and many have died.
Refresh your Memorial Day knowledge with the quiz below!
A look back on the Maid of Orleans for the anniversary of her death.
“We are witnessing the levelling down of all ranks of society...."
You may not be able to spell them, but do you know their definitions?
When I was a child, my father regaled me with tales of how he and his friends once formed “The Boys Army” and spent their days creating original inventions and stockpiling weapons in their homemade fort in the woods.
Was this 19th century historian the prophet of despotism?
Something to keep in mind if the world falls apart.
Warning: Some of these ideas may cause dizziness, shortness of breath, or irritation to conformist thinkers.
More employed young men are choosing to live with their parents. Guess what employed young women are doing.
Somebody has to fight the wolves.
Still, the bombings of Japan during World War II raise tough questions.
We probably need more of that these days.
"If I met the idea of sacrifice in a Pagan story I didn’t mind it at all … I liked it very much and was mysteriously moved by it."
The University of Minnesota Law School is piloting a program that will enable students to spend a majority of their third year working in a law office receiving real-world experience instead of sitting in a classroom.
Public school educators aren't going to like hearing these.
Four times as many people were killed by their own government as were killed in war from 1914-1991.
Would we see less social discord if more Americans responded to their complaints with the attitude which Gehrig took?
In his final scene, Maximus undergoes what may be termed a gladiator’s “deathbed conversion.”
The modern obsession with self-discovery is all wrong, suggests a Harvard professor and his colleague.
Following World War I, racial violence in America reached an ugly apex.
It's a persistent claim and the theme of a popular book.
When citizens are alienated from the political process they look to a champion to attack the oligarchs ruling over them. The champion will become the tyrant, Plato suggests.