Some American schools are recognizing students’ financial literacy problem and are setting out to remedy it.
Only 12% of high school seniors are considered proficient in U.S. History by the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
The Supreme Court wasn’t always the political power house that we know it today.
Incalculably richer, in fact.
Like the aristocrats in Downton Abbey, Hampy lived out the principle of noblesse oblige....
A wall has a purpose which ultimately strikes at the heart of our modern, cultural orthodoxies.
Are parents missing a great chance to give their children a successful start in life?
C.S. Lewis offers some insight.
As we continue on the elusive quest for an ideal 45th president, perhaps we would benefit from examining the first: George Washington.
4 surprising quotes from To Kill a Mockingbird.
The Pope made a statement he might want to walk back.
Words of wisdom from Sir Francis Bacon.
Americans have long mistrusted intellectuals, nowhere more so than when intellectuals have had access to power. There is considerable irony in this apprehension, for the Founding Fathers were themselves men of intellect and learning.
...and they probably won't learn about it in school.
Did you know the famous author was a fighter pilot in World War II?
Americans probably don’t want another ‘permanent war’.
“With me it is exceptionally true that the Presidency is no bed of roses.”
Try to do these problems without a calculator....
It can also be the worst according to Thomas Aquinas.
Tocqueville had a few words to say on the subject.
Wow. This is amazing.
Dostoevsky was both an advocate for the poor and an opponent of socialism. Here's why...
We are losing sight of the concept of knowledge while drowning in a sea of information.
A balanced approach to the opt out movement.
We are confronted by the logical conclusion of our culture's teachings on morality.
On what basis, on what evidence, would one definitively conclude that human life and history is improving?
Sound principles for any age.
If you’re going to pursue truth, sometimes it forces uncomfortable discussions.