Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
The world has been considering what it would mean to lose one of the masterpieces of medieval Christendom for all time. There is widespread agreement that such a loss would be profound.
What shape will the cathedral’s renovation take? Who will decide which alterations “improve” on the original?
What a horrible way for the West to begin Holy Week.
Ever been to a Communist Easter egg hunt?
What exactly is a slave?
Could illegal immigration soon taper off... just not for the reasons we think?
Camille Paglia said something the other day that triggered a group of whinypants college students at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts.
Given McGuffey’s five generations of successful use in the classroom, maybe modern educators have something to learn from this approach.
Manners are the finishing touch.
Is it possible for people to improve their lives through hard work, or is the system rigged against you? Your answer – and your results – may depend on your faith.
There’s no manual for becoming a man. Nonetheless, there are concrete steps men can take towards positive masculine ideals.
The future is neither 1984 nor Brave New World. It’s a mix of both.
Why is it we can no longer laugh at ourselves, our neighbors, and our respective quirks?
Those who smear an entire part of the population with the label “white privilege” paint with far too broad a brush.
Don’t fool yourself. Everyone is a potential target. Anyone can be called out.
It turns out that this paradox of isolation and connection is nothing new. Fyodor Dostoevsky observed a similar trend in his own day.
Peterson fights back tears, and gives an answer of startling humility.
“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two makes four,” Winston Smith tells us. “If this is granted, all else follows.” When I read this line 25 years ago I didn’t understand what Orwell was saying. Now I do.
The reputations of media pundits and whole news organizations are now in shambles and exposed for all to see.
Is it too risky to bring children into this chaotic world in which we live?
Should New Zealand follow in Australia's footsteps with gun restrictions?
Shakespeare's solution to toxic masculinity is a message we would be wise to consider.
"It's a lack of gratitude," notes U.S. Representative Dan Crenshaw.
One study recently revealed that nine out of 10 college students admitted to cheating on their exams and papers.
Lawmakers Want to Give Voting Rights to Teens They Treat Like Toddlers with Compulsory Schooling Laws
Sixteen-year-olds may get permission to vote, but in school, they still need permission to use the bathroom.
Split Rock Lighthouse keeper Lee Radzak is leaving the job after 36 years. What made him stay so long?
As the issue of reparations for victims of slavery rages, we encounter a common problem: virtually no one is addressing the specifics of how such a reparations effort would be administered.
The Swiss psychologist foresaw and lamented the West's break with tradition and the loneliness of modernity.