Along with great economic performance has come a good bit of silly, one might even call it stupid, regulation and proposals for regulation. Here are my top seven for the United States, although I’m open to hearing about other, even stupider ones.
“Many trends develop over decades but I’ve never seen change so rapid as the breathtaking success of what one might call social justice concerns.”
A new study links anxiety in children with controlling parents.
Tolstoy is best remembered for his voluminous masterpiece novels, Anna Karenina and War and Peace. Yet, in quantity, at least, Tolstoy’s philosophical works rivaled his fiction.
Perhaps it’s time to set the bar high once again.
First, they came for the bags. Then, they came for the straws, but perhaps instead of looking for other common products to ban, we should look at what these regulations actually do.
The Livraria Lello bookshop in Portugal now requires prospective patrons to purchase a voucher, or ticket, in order to gain entry.
Were you not elected to represent your constituents and to defend American interests?
There is a categorical difference between sending your children to the best school you can afford, for example, and altering their genetic code.
If asked which is the best institution for learning beyond high school, most of us might answer Harvard or Yale, Stanford or MIT, Princeton or Berkeley. We’d be wrong.
Nearly a quarter of American children grow up in a single mother home. Will yesterday’s fatherless boys have difficulty raising today’s children?
Donald Trump is the first president to ever be elected while being actively disliked by the majority of Americans.
Lawmakers need to return school meal programs to their original purpose of assisting children in need – and not add more students to waste-prone programs.
Today, ridding the world of Western civilization as a phenomenon doesn’t seem like such a stretch.
These brilliant tweets highlight something important that Joel Osteen gets wrong.
While “night owls” are often more creative, funny, and social, “morning people” steal the show when it comes to career and scholastic productivity and efficiency.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggested Friday that the Supreme Court is deeply divided over its most-watched cases.
The rise of socialism is being driven by a shift in civic attitudes.
In the decades since the time of its publication, the context of Orwell’s magnum opus has been lost.
What if words are all we have? What if they are one of the only shields left to absorb the hammer blows of our circumstances and failures?
There are three main benefits the capitalist provides that lead people to work for a capitalist.
Has the Netherlands found the “Achilles heel” of Euthanasia? That’s the question quietly being asked in Dutch medical circles.
A healthy society would not create a multi-billion-dollar fertility industry at the risk of the health and well-being of women and children.
This week marks the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The satisfaction levels of breadwinning moms pale in comparison to those of non-breadwinning moms, with nearly 70 percent of the latter group expressing great satisfaction with their family life.
According to Bernie Sanders, the core problems of the U.S. education system are racism and underfunding.
Most of us know the power of the note, although, if you are like me, you often neglect the opportunity to practice that power.
More needs to be done to provide information to students so they can make better decisions about what they choose to study.