Instead of teaching woke literature that’s social justice compatible, the college is teaching Plato.
In our relativistic society, most people today would say "no".
Actress Blanca Blanco is taking heat for wearing a red dress to the Golden Globes on Sunday, instead of the color selected to show solidarity with the #MeToo movement.
As one of America's earliest diplomats, Franklin had firsthand experience in gaining and maintaining valuable friendships.
If we want honor to make a comeback in our culture, it does come at a price.
Are we denying students an important key toward future success?
One simple reason.
Stephen King on the craft and business of writing.
Charles Dickens’ story reminds us that our celebrations of Christ’s birth ought to stretch into all that we do.
Unless schools begin grounding students in timeless knowledge, will we increasingly see passion backed by a lack of reason and a decline of rational discourse?
Author Catherine Nixey offers a history worth reading the 'The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World.'
Euphemisms build walls around political tribes and inhibit actual communication.
Facebook is betting that video will kill text within 5 years.
J.R.R. Tolkien learned some things about human nature, sex and love during and following his love affair with wife Edith Bratt. Here are eight observations.
Like its cousin the public library, the bookstore once connoted the posture of reflective quiet that digesting a good book requires. No longer.
Friedrich Hayek was right to voice caution against using coercion to achieve a 'greater good'.
Harvard-educated author and self-described "lie spotter" Pamela Meyer says spotting lies is not that hard--if you know what signs to look for.
It's a growing problem that the best-selling author is quite concerned about.
One consequence of this subjection of truth to selfishness is the rupture between modern education and traditional virtue.
Class is changing in America, as are our perceptions of it.
Here are six statistics that drive home just how much things have changed in America in a little more than a half-century:
In 'Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign,' Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes offer readers a front-row seat to the Clinton trainwreck.
Hal Niedzviecki said literature becomes “exhaustingly white and middle class” when writers are discouraged from writing about other cultures.
Lust and its corrupting power are a central theme in Dostoyevsky's masterpiece 'The Brothers of Karamazov.'
And the award for most contrived, unrealistic, and preachy television drama goes to...
The late G. A. Cohen, an iconic political philosopher of the left who taught at Oxford, offered a thoughtful defense of socialism.
MTV abolished gender-specific categories for acting awards this year.
The Epic of Gilgamesh explores the nature and meaning of being human, and asks the questions that continue to be debated in the modern day.