Are you someone who takes control of your own fate? Or do you merely bemoan the things that seem to happen to you?
Government policies regarding health care have a consistent track record of making care more expensive. It's time to reverse this trend.
When will we stop the exploitation of minors to score cheap political points with people who are typically shielded from criticism?
The gender pay gap has been reversed in this "authentic" and "fun" new version of the classic game of Monopoly.
There's hope for the entitlement culture.
Far left activists have long worked to destroy the nuclear family, and move the education of children off on the state.
Polar bears are back in unprecedented numbers. Why isn't the media talking about this success story?
The media needs to re-examine how they cover the killers who spread so much destruction and grief in mass shootings.
It's easier than ever to build an echo chamber of yes men. We have a responsibility to society and to search for the truth, regardless of our biases.
Will the craziness ever end?
Allowing gifted children to skip grades has hugely positive affects for their ability to climb out of poverty. Why are we preventing that?
What exactly are American interests? What unifies our foreign policy?
The government's intervention could have killed the light bulb, what will be the next thing it seeks to control?
More than one-in-five American college students experiences severe depression, a sharp increase from a decade ago. What's causing this troubling trend?
Are we willing to sacrifice “wokeness” or virtue signaling in order to cut through the haze and tread the path of common sense?
Many Americans are now without a sense of community even in their own home town. We need to refocus on local matters and civic engagement.
More government intervention won't be the magic spell that saves America from corporate social intervention. Quite the opposite in fact.
The rich and famous are now hiring people to fill their libraries out for them.
Fears of overpopulation have been stoked by wildly inaccurate predictions for centuries. When are we going to learn better?
A classic children's novel questions the central tenant of transhumanism.
The targeted use of immigration by the Chinese government could result in the dilution of the Hong Kongese identity.
Outrage has replaced reason in the debate surrounding biodiversity and poisoned the way we talk about workable solutions.
To utilize their own logic, the New York Times' 1619 project can trace its roots back to the father of Communism.
What if our promotion of diversity is all wrong?
For a fascination that can easily grow into an addiction, tremendous difficulty is a good thing.
Critiques of modern art, or anything, are perhaps done best with a healthy dose of good-natured humor.
There's something oddly satisfying about giving everything a good clean once in a while.
A lot of human society is based around fossil fuels. What would the consequence be if we eliminated them?