This Saturday is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, the most destructively influential writer on economics in world history.
People should not be fooled. Mark Zuckerberg never cared about your privacy.
Has extreme poverty a) almost doubled, b) stayed the same, or c) almost halved?
The leftist bias at most of the nation’s colleges is in stark contrast to the political leanings of our nation.
Siwatu-Salama Ra, an environmental activist from Detroit, never fired her weapon. Yet she still finds herself behind bars.
All candidates applying for faculty appointments at UC San Diego are required to submit a personal statement on their contributions to diversity.
If you want to give economics a shot, you could do much worse than these five classic works.
That so many intellectuals talk about the state as if it were a sort of garden-party amusement, rather than the cold, merciless killing and plundering machine that it really is, now puzzles me.
A new study found that young people are far likelier to report being lonely and in poor health than the elderly.
It used to be that "being informed" was associated with keeping up with current events. That is no longer the case.
Free speech increasingly is seen as a 'right-wing' belief. This perception is both false and problematic.
Initially, the bill tried to mandate fire inspections of all homeschooling families. Then the proposal was amended—this time to force homeschooling families to give out private information about the names and address of homeschooling families.
Journalist: Public Schools Are Designed to Create ‘Standardized’ Children (and Modern Evidence Suggests They Do)
"The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all..."
University of Texas Orders Website Review Following Claims It Treats Masculinity as a ‘Mental Health Issue’
The University of Texas announced it has ordered a review of its "MasculinUT" program, which is accused of treating masculinity as a 'mental health issue.'
There is a great deal of wisdom in the old saying, “there is no such thing as a free lunch."
Part of the growing process is not simply taking risks and enduring obstacles.
The consensus is that Michelle Wolf's roast at the White House Correspondents' Dinner was a tasteless, partisan, mean-spirited affair. But what were people expecting?
What is essential is for the poor to experience a mindset shift towards taking more responsibility for their lives.
I’m not hugely familiar with past comedic performances at the dinner, but part of the point is that it should be a roast of those in power.
The most obvious issue is this: “What is the meaning and value of a single human life?”
Your inability to stop eating chips isn't merely a lack of willpower; it's the result of a conscious effort on the part of food scientists.
In South Africa, a country beset by problems, the demand for private security is only going to rise in the foreseeable future.
The choice between virtue and vice is a human choice.
Research out of Yale University suggests the internet is making humans believe they are smarter than they actually are.
Here are five facts you should know about this writer, orator, statesman, and abolitionist.
I can think of no worse situation than having to choose whether or not to continue treating my child. Actually, that’s not true. There is a worse situation.
In the more than 80 hours of sex ed that kids are subjected to during their public school career, children are asked to become experts on every contraceptive drug and device imaginable, and yet no time is spent on how to form healthy marriages and happy families.
This year marks the 85th anniversary of the New Deal, the controversial set of programs, public works, and economic reforms that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt undertook to combat America’s Great Depression.