What sort of political freedom will be left to the ordinary man on the street when all government and all power is centralized in global bodies?
It’s a wee bit crazy out there these days.
Something to keep in mind if the world falls apart.
Maybe there is a better idea.
Still, the bombings of Japan during World War II raise tough questions.
We probably need more of that these days.
Over 1,100 shot, 74% murdered are Black.
'Imagine it … a Disney princess who is gay and happy at the same time.'
On the bright side, we can safely eat red meat again.
Something is clearly rotten in the state of language.
Public school educators aren't going to like hearing these.
Does the public have a decidedly negative view of masculinity?
A new poll released by the Washington Post could be the nail in the coffin.
Modern society has come to accept cohabitation out of a desire to be open-minded.
If the high amount of emotional arguing is any indicator, students aren't learning the critical thinking which schools claim to teach.
Are today’s schools simply a medium for creating a generation of mindless robots ready to do whatever they are told?
When citizens are alienated from the political process they look to a champion to attack the oligarchs ruling over them. The champion will become the tyrant, Plato suggests.
How the media missed Donald Trump’s ascendancy.
Would we see a greater culture of respect if we taught young men and women to value and embrace the differences between the sexes?
Could it be linked to a sympathy with the ideal of Marxism?
Like many Americans today, Mencken was disappointed with the choices being offered to the American public in that year's presidential election.
Research suggests that efforts to raise awareness and train employees about sexual harassment may be worse than a waste. They may actually lead to more tolerance for sexual harassment.
It's not through politics
Remarkable insight from the past on a trending issue.
In a world where quick wit and self-interest are the norm, Franklin’s words are worthy of reflection.
Shouldn’t the media put more focus on this?
Robert Jordan, a 49-year-old college graduate, wanted to be a police officer. But he was told he was too smart.
An important lesson for many Americans today.