A reader shares his journey from Mexico City to Seattle. And he has a message for politicians.
“A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within.”
While Americans often view monarchy as an authoritarian form of government, the methods employed by the US government would yield Burkian disapproval.
The findings are similar to those of a recent study by the Washington Post.
An insight from his 1945 essay "Politics and the English Language".
Democracies can be tyrannical, too.
Not good considering that only 12 percent of American high school students are proficient in history.
The Juno Google Doodle doesn’t match the real world.
Ambitious women know they must rise above their teenage speech patterns.
The 2016 election is between the two least-liked candidates since voters have been polled on the question.
Is this the end of the rule of law? Is the law now different for the powerful and the weak?
There are two contending worldviews shaping the debate today: Christianity and Marxism. Their lists of sins reveal a lot.
There is a decentralization movement brewing in the United States that looks different than Brexit.
And she's not for Donald Trump either.
Are we expecting too little of the next generation in education, morality, and personal responsibility?
Tired of the current order? You need to focus your energies.
It was old, dead, white men and their conception of a free society.
Sixty-two percent of Americans believe that the immigration system is broken.
John Adams' 1818 reflection on when the War was won in a letter to H. Niles.
There is a movement afoot to drop the T from LGBT.
Writer Ben Stein says Britain’s exit from the EU was related to an epidemic of rapes ignored by the authorities and the media.
65% of Israeli high school students say "It's good to die for our country." Would American students say the same?
Just how much is $20 trillion?
Princeton historian Sean Wilentz, a longtime friend of the Clintons, said Donald Trump could go full Caesar if elected.
It’s not rational, but don't blame social media.
The GOP's recent track record is not so good—and voters know it.
The chaos of the world makes many individuals want to throw up their hands and go hide in a bunker until the problems pass.
A few important parts have been left out.