Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
VIDEO: So much for civil discourse in America.
A theory from 1899 on why they can't.
You'll want to bookmark this one.
We’re playing with fire by labeling speech.
Pediatrician Deborah Gilboa explains why chores are a necessity for children.
The latest victim of this mindset is a high school honor student from Texas.
Parents today have grown used to catering to their children’s whims, letting them drift from sport to musical instrument, to another kind of activity.
Hopefully the education system won't issue a fatwa over his comments...
The decision to use historic figures in his Divine Comedy could be the poem’s one great flaw.
Are you a wise Marcus Aurelius? A dignified Augustus? Perhaps the cultured Hadrian? Or maybe the diabolical Nero?
The debate pits human compassion against national interest and practical realities.
The first report emerged on June 1, 1942, and it revealed an utter disrespect of human life.
The language they used to denounce the attack was harsher than Obama’s.
A fevered dream turned into a powerful novel.
It's often claimed that Christians and Muslims worship the same God, but is it really true?
Ever feel that Americans are increasingly on the go?
I have been blessed beyond measure to inherit a free country because others have fought and many have died.
Refresh your Memorial Day knowledge with the quiz below!
A look back on the Maid of Orleans for the anniversary of her death.
The moment they go to school, they begin to lose the freedom to explore, take risks and experiment.
Why so much passion for “passion”?
“We are witnessing the levelling down of all ranks of society...."
You may not be able to spell them, but do you know their definitions?
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?
When I was a child, my father regaled me with tales of how he and his friends once formed “The Boys Army” and spent their days creating original inventions and stockpiling weapons in their homemade fort in the woods.
Free will does not exist, we're told, but we should believe it does.
Something to keep in mind if the world falls apart.
A shocking letter to Mike Rowe suggests they are.