Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
"The culture of the group of which your child is a part growing up will be the culture he or she adopts as their own."
If the Department of Justice no longer believes in the rule of law, the whole notion of America is turned on its head.
“The Dating Project” follows the lives of several men and women who range in age from late teens to forties. All of them are single. All of them would like to get married. And all of them are rather stymied over how to move from single to married.
In their effort to right wrongs, the Social Justice warriors often commit the very evil they are attempting to erase.
One of the overarching desires in life – whether we admit it or not – is to simply be happy. We know it’s not always feasible or realistic, yet it’s something we desire on some level—for ourselves, our spouses, and most especially, our children.
In modern American culture, Christianity is admirable so long as it is reduced to a series of vague, humanistic platitudes.
As debate director Helen Morgan-Parmett explained, "'There is also a lot of sexual predation that happens in the debate community.'"
It’s all well and good to praise a girl for being a success in school, but when we do so, we should also consider the message it sends to her.
Three reasons kids seem to revel in learning good manners.
It’s the parents who have changed. It’s the parents who have put their own happiness above the best interests of their kids.
China’s rating scheme is the latest and most expansive effort by central planners to use government to encourage good behavior.
As a young adult who has dealt with anxiety my whole life, I think I have a few explanations.
Why are so many American white men killing themselves and others? And what’s to be done about this phenomenon?
The Navy Times reports that the U.S. Navy has rejected the application of Jason Heap to become a Humanist chaplain.
The late NYU Professor Neil Postman said all people must choose whether to be an Athenian or a Visigoth. But how does one tell one from the other?
The surrounding environment has less to do with it than we've been told.
Gun ownership is not our problem.
Many Christians believe that Glastonbury is the site of the earliest church in Britain, allegedly founded in the first or second century by Joseph of Arimathea.
With two children in tow, another one on the way, and a great deal of time in the public eye, the Duchess of Cambridge is undoubtedly one of the world’s foremost mothers.
It’s been 50 years since the Atlantic decried marriage as “a wretched institution”—and since then everything seems to have only gotten worse.
In 'What’s Wrong with the World,' G.K. Chesterton argued that capitalists and socialists alike show little interest in defending our most basic social unit.
Does our society need to revive the simple straightforwardness of cultivating rational creatures?
Today's society works overtime to proclaim its devotion to women and their right to be anything they want to be... but does it ignore a woman's foremost desire?
College students are very supportive of free speech protection... but only if it fits within their idea of diversity and inclusion.
We may fail to appreciate how much progress the world has made because the news is usually about bad and unusual things.
Only in a free-market system can we truly achieve individual liberty and human flourishing.
The idea that women have been freed from the chains of full-time motherhood to pursue more meaningful work is sexism disguised as enlightenment.
There's a major ingredient Americans have cast aside which may be causing today's chaos.