Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
There are a number of things that killed scouting.
As the most widely observed cultural holiday in the world, Christmas produces many things—joy, happiness, gratitude, reverence. And numbers. Lots of peculiar, often large, numbers.
The experiments in China with genetically modified babies is just the beginning of what could go wrong.
Has busyness become a coveted status symbol?
The recent questioning of the minimum presidential age raises the issue.
Parents who fear their kids are spending too much time in front of screens now have more reason for concern.
The end result of moral nihilism, as the Soviets demonstrated, is death and destruction on an industrial scale.
Schools ought to teach history, not protest it.
A Europe that doesn't listen to its people's outrage won't remain intact.
G. K. Chesterton's life offers an example.
The violin is playing.
Amid this holiday season of reflection, I’m thinking about America’s future.
To some, Jordan Peterson is a breath of fresh air. To others, a guru. Many find him and his ideas to be dangerous. Still others see him as a sign of the times. In a sense, they’re all right.
It seems there’s always some Grinch that wants to ruin Christmas every year.
The danger with popularizing socialism is that it sounds reasonable, but it never works.
Are Americans who admire the world’s most brutal regimes miseducated or stupid?
Why do the nations rage? I don't know. Maybe because they're out of ammo culturally.
Go ahead. Make someone’s day.
A UK perspective on the rise of moralitis and the hypocrisy which accompanies it.
Like most new inventions, after the fact, the Instant Pot might seem like a mere technological accomplishment. Why couldn’t socialist planners mobilize scientists and do the same thing?
Can a patriot be a nationalist and vice versa? If not, why not?
Many people this holiday season will experience the joy of attending a local performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Unfortunately, the wounds of the '60s have not healed with the graying of the 1968 generation.
She has conceded the essence of the rightist—and, by the way, centrist—critique of the open-borders approach to immigration.
Therapists and journalists are beginning to question the wisdom of putting children on the transgender path.
Students are turning their own ignorance into an excuse for victimhood.
Companies are forever wanting to do “team-building,” but everything about the woke workplace compels those with any common sense to consider everyone around them a potential threat.
If the Times had visited one of China’s many private hospitals, they would have found something quite different from the chaos depicted in China’s public health care facilities.