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.
Mark Lutchman, a 24-year-old author and national guardsman, said the idea that voter ID laws are a way to suppress blacks is racist.
Given their ridiculous selections, one wonders if you can really trust GQ about anything.
"The emptiness and pointlessness of the modern narrative begs for questions."
The first state dinner hosted by the Trumps was received with great pomp, circumstance, and, per usual, titter over the little details. Perhaps not surprisingly, it was First Lady Melania Trump’s fashion choices that generated a lot of attention.
California State University, Fresno closed its investigation Tuesday into the professor who called former first lady Barbara Bush an “amazing racist” and said she is “happy the witch is dead.”
But have many turned away from religion/Christianity because modern churches have focused only on the emotional?
The bottom line is that colleges are admitting youngsters who have not mastered what used to be considered a ninth-grade level of proficiency in reading, writing, and arithmetic.
For the past twenty-five years, Rev. Bill Hybels has enjoyed world-wide fame as the founding pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in suburban Chicago.
A 2017 paper published by three Stanford economists shows how damaging rent controls are.
As often happens in the aftermath of highly publicized shooting incidents, blame has already been placed on the lack of “common-sense gun control.” But, once again, this blame is misplaced.
Could evangelical churches benefit from instituting confession?
Why are certain regions of America so "unchurched"?
While there are standards of education, training, knowledge, and skills for professors, there is no accountability.
Can one do evil without being evil? This was the puzzling question that the philosopher Hannah Arendt grappled with when she reported for on the war crimes trial of Nazi Adolph Eichmann.
At Columbine, Evan Todd was one of the lucky ones. The first to be shot in the library, he persuaded the shooters not to murder him.
The woke West appears to be waking up and doing something dangerous: thinking for himself.
G.K. Chesterton thought that the matter of the vote for women should be left to a vote of women.
Duke Divinity State of the School Address Interrupted by Rapping LGBTQ Students Who Issue 15 Demands: 'I am Somebody, and I Won’t Be Stopped by Nobody'
The chickens have come home to roost at Duke’s Divinity School.
The hype, hysteria and spectacularly wrong apocalyptic predictions will continue, promoted by the virtue signalling "environmental grievance hustlers.”
A controversy has erupted at a Catholic college—Seattle University—that permits an annual drag show.
Is it time we stopped telling ourselves that every student is equal in ability and able to go to college?