Perhaps the greater enemy is within.
Anxiety, nostalgia, and mistrust run deep in white America.
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address has achieved a status as American Scripture equaled only by the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and Washington’s Farewell Address.
A Chicago women channels Lysistrata.
The historical record reveals more about the clashes of cultures and civilizations.
There are fears that immigrants are no longer being assimilated in the deeper ideals that underlie American identity.
Author Theodore Dalrymple says "Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small."
Who did what first matters.
Do the Pilgrims deserve more than two paragraphs in today’s history textbooks?
Yes, the religious can be quite rational.
Colorado Springs’ police physical fitness test is discriminatory.
There's a parallel between the Starbucks cup controversy and an incident during Teddy Roosevelt’s presidency.
Americans should stop to consider: perhaps permanence—the guardian of family, tradition, practical wisdom, environment, and culture—is worth it.
Many years ago, my little sister was given a school assignment to write a thank-you to a veteran. In her childish scrawl, she sent a thank-you card and picture to our grandfather, who served in World War II.
John Dewey had a lot of praise for communist education in Russia.
Winston Churchill is one of the most quotable of modern figures. As such, he’s also one of the most frequently misquoted people.
Because millennials don't know how to form associations?
Would we see American writing ability increase if these three elements were restored to the classroom?
As a child, Peggy Noonan used to hitchhike with her aunt. And nobody killed them.
Because of our dislike for the horrors of war, it’s easy to dismiss and overlook the great sacrifices and heroism exhibited by our veterans.
Americans were warned long ago that such a complicated mess would result if the government became an “administrative system … to provide for the needs of the poor.”
Although spoken in a bantering, almost scornful fashion, Adams’ words convey simple truths which are easy to overlook in a marriage.
Have we done ourselves a disservice in thinking that college is the only way to go?
At the risk of seeming the spoilsport, I must confess that I dislike Fiddler on the Roof.
Guardini claims that the modern world has given birth to a new sociological category: the “Mass Man.”
Hayek’s reflections are still profound.
The settling of America is a wild story.