It’s a popular narrative, but history doesn’t support it.
Severed from its traditional meaning, eventually the aim for equality could actually tear society apart.
It very well may be Trump vs. Hillary come November.
It’s something to seriously consider as we head into the general election this November.
“Today is your day!”
It’s tough to have both as the University of Minnesota seems to be experiencing.
It's not income, education, or age...
The Supreme Court wasn’t always the political power house that we know it today.
President Camacho, here we come!
A wall has a purpose which ultimately strikes at the heart of our modern, cultural orthodoxies.
As we continue on the elusive quest for an ideal 45th president, perhaps we would benefit from examining the first: George Washington.
Most don't admit it, but their political positions are often the result of hidden doctrines.
Here’s some clarity on what the Catholic Church actually believes.
4 surprising quotes from To Kill a Mockingbird.
Bernie’s new t-shirt by Shep Fairey looks like a cross.
The Pope made a statement he might want to walk back.
In the name of Black Lives Matter, a white Marine allegedly was beat up by a group of black teens and adults.
The man returned a second time while young girls were changing for swim practice...
Considering that only 27% of American students are proficient in writing, would American students benefit from learning from some of his writing secrets?
And the winner is...
Scalia took delight in skewering opponents with just the right word or phrase.
Americans probably don’t want another ‘permanent war’.
“With me it is exceptionally true that the Presidency is no bed of roses.”
Vladimir Soloviev (1853-1900) on the characteristics of a false messiah.
We're in a Catch-22 when it comes to parenting and education.
We need less ideology in our discourse and decision making.
It can also be the worst according to Thomas Aquinas.
It can’t be said enough, there is no value-neutral education.