Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
College professors are realizing that their students don't know how to do anything beyond hooking up.
Prominent writers are calling for repeal of the Second Amendment. This invites an important question: Why do we have it in the first place?
What's behind this inconsistency?
Now no less than in his own day, the nation would do well to attend the wisdom of Frederick Douglass.
Is our gender identity biologically determined and immutable, or self-created and changeable?
Does the bended-knee proposal give a distorted view of marriage?
A new study on Uber drivers reveals some interesting differences about the sexes.
We certainly can’t force ourselves to be happy, but we don’t have to because that’s not what true optimism is about.
The answer varies considerably depending upon the circumstances and people affected, but some eye-opening patterns are present.
Would we experience better care, lower prices, and less intrusion by third parties if we brought the modern doctor back to the local community?
Nearly two thousand years ago, a well-known philosopher laid out the characteristics that make up a rational person.
If we train children to operate as “machines,” then how can we expect them to behave with natural curiosity and excitement when it comes to learning?
Can true gentlemen exist in the #MeToo movement?
His project is about personal, not political, empowerment.
Czech sociologist Dana Hamplova provides an answer with results from a European study of mothers with children under three.
Today's schools appear to neglect teaching the very things which made Jefferson's writing great.
Students who take the Classic Learning Test are more deeply measured in intellectual proficiency.
Wise was he. (So spend five minutes on his couch.)
Instead of teaching woke literature that’s social justice compatible, the college is teaching Plato.
The Mayberry that we see in the first few seasons of The Andy Griffith Show is systematically undermined, desecrated, and destroyed by the iconoclasm of sixties’ ideological hedonism…
Lynn Tran and Richard Hazen checked with the government before building an elaborate treehouse on their private property. Then the government changed its mind.
The exam consisted of 146 questions and required a score of 90 percent to pass.
Today’s men – whether they be current or future fathers – have been inundated with messages that they are unnecessary, ineffective, and even predatory at times.
The freedom to disagree is what makes America so unique.
As one of America's earliest diplomats, Franklin had firsthand experience in gaining and maintaining valuable friendships.
It's a trend that's spreading to various schools - and both students and teachers love it.
If we want honor to make a comeback in our culture, it does come at a price.
Could it help solve the modern adulting crisis?