Are American schools no longer teaching basic civics?
Donald Trump is no saint and he says rude things. But he and his supporters should be treated with more respect.
At least with Powerball, if you do beat the odds, you end up benefiting financially.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist had a quick wit and a sharp tongue.
Every child knows that words can hurt. But as we mature, shouldn’t mean words lose their power over us?
The the future of the Supreme Court, and the U.S. constitutional system, hangs in the balance, writes Prof. Patrick Wiseman.
Traditionalists will not be happy.
Richard Sherman says no, but a Texas student was suspended after firing off a Tweet that said All Lives Matter.
Trump is overlooking a key component of American greatness, but Thomas Jefferson had it right from the start.
A famous philosopher explains what you should do if you find both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump repellent.
Controlling demographic trends goes with aspirations to control society.
The findings were published in the Washington Post. (And pretty much nowhere else.)
Can we even agree on these?
Does he offer some clarity in the emotional immigration debate we find ourselves in?
It’s not 1968, but it sure feels like it is. Is social media to blame?
In response to a popular pie chart that’s been going around social media for some time now.
Societal breakdown, insecurity, and the rise of the police state.
It might have went down something like this ...
Pre-K expansion is like having a hammer—with the consequence that every problem is then perceived as a nail.
The ‘father of the Constitution’ didn’t like government and religion commingling one bit.
Understanding a controversial alternative to socialism and plutocracy.
Church involvement in political matters wasn't always such a concern.
'I abominate and detest the idea of a government, where there is a standing army.'
America seems to be in a dangerous spiral of polarization.
Regardless of how you feel about Bush 43, Americans should pay attention to what he said yesterday.
'The self-assertive shrillness of protest arises because the facts of incommensurability ensure that protestors can never win an argument...'
Will other nations take notice?
So why does it feel otherwise?