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Surprising Parenting Advice From 'Vanity Fair'

Surprising Parenting Advice From 'Vanity Fair'

Thackeray was a brilliant observer of human nature. His advice on how to raise children deserves to be taken into consideration.

New Study Defending NYC’s Minimum Wage Law Is Fake News

New Study Defending NYC’s Minimum Wage Law Is Fake News

Given the political momentum for the “Fight for 15” movement, culminating in the House voting in favor of a $15 national minimum wage last month, the article made for perfect social media fodder. 

Diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria – Too General and Too Much Harm?

Diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria – Too General and Too Much Harm?

The wave of regretters is coming. 

Sir Ken Robinson Explains How Parents Can Know the Four Signs of ‘Real Play’

Sir Ken Robinson Explains How Parents Can Know the Four Signs of ‘Real Play’

Imagine you send your children outside to blow off some steam. The next thing you know, Child Protective Services shows up.

The Demographic Winter Is Here

The Demographic Winter Is Here

In two decades, almost one third of Americans will be older than 60.

The Post Office Is on Pace for Its Worst Year Since 2012 Default

The Post Office Is on Pace for Its Worst Year Since 2012 Default

In the absence of reform, expect the Post Office to keep racking up the losses.

Jeffrey Epstein Fallout Shows How Little Trust Americans Have in Media and Government

Jeffrey Epstein Fallout Shows How Little Trust Americans Have in Media and Government

The reaction to the news Saturday morning that sex-trafficker-to-the-stars Jeffrey Epstein reportedly had committed suicide while in federal custody was nearly universal: No one was buying the “official” story.

Should Christians Give Cash to the Homeless?

Should Christians Give Cash to the Homeless?

What’s the best approach for dealing with our neighbors on the streets who seek our aid?

No Room for the Yang Gang?

No Room for the Yang Gang?

Time will tell if Yang will be successful in expanding the Democratic party platform to include conversations about the America population they seem to have disenfranchised. 

The Meaning of Jeffrey Epstein

The Meaning of Jeffrey Epstein

There’s nothing crazy about the Epstein conspiracy theory. In fact, it’s banal. But the banal truth must be suppressed at all costs.

Saying No to Socialism

Saying No to Socialism

This is the way of socialism. Is it time we as Americans start rejecting this way at every opportunity?

Seven Reasons to Oppose Red Flag Guns Laws

Seven Reasons to Oppose Red Flag Guns Laws

It's clear that laws of this magnitude should not be passed as an emotional or political response to an event, even a tragic one.

Common Sense in Free Fall on College Campuses

Common Sense in Free Fall on College Campuses

Evidence is mounting that political ideology is corrupting the liberal arts.

The He-Man Woman Haters Club: Welcome to the World of the Incel

The He-Man Woman Haters Club: Welcome to the World of the Incel

From its origins as a movement of hope and support, some of these sites today are the domain of frustrated males who rage against women, successful men, and society in general.

Stripchat Now Offering Free Sex Therapy

Stripchat Now Offering Free Sex Therapy

Stripchat claims to be a leader in mental and emotional well-being for its users, but the science indicates otherwise.

Department of Education to Probe Athletic Program Allowing Transgender Females to Compete With Girls

Department of Education to Probe Athletic Program Allowing Transgender Females to Compete With Girls

Does allowing for transgender females to compete in women's sports discriminate against biological females?

When Free Speech Clashes With Trans Power

When Free Speech Clashes With Trans Power

Under no circumstances is it right to shut down speech. What was once a movement about sexual orientation and equal rights has transformed into an ideological crusade that’s shuts down dissent, punishes and shames any person or organization that dares speak against it, or even facilitate dialogue.

A Gun Control Lesson From Australia’s Cat Genocide

A Gun Control Lesson From Australia’s Cat Genocide

As America's gun debate heats up again, perhaps we can learn something from Australia's cat genocide.

Questioning the Back-To-School Default

Questioning the Back-To-School Default

Schooling is the default. It's time to challenge defaults.

The Epidemic of Woke Politicians

The Epidemic of Woke Politicians

Politicians no longer claim to be able to pave the roads and run the jails. They are now fully woke.

Why I’m Glad I Read Toni Morrison’s Beloved (Even Though I Didn’t Want To)

Why I’m Glad I Read Toni Morrison’s Beloved (Even Though I Didn’t Want To)

While reading Toni Morrison’s Beloved was initially akin to pulling teeth, I found it to be an enriching read.

'Do Something' Is a Dangerous Demand to Make of Politicians

'Do Something' Is a Dangerous Demand to Make of Politicians

In response to the wave of mass killings this year, it’s being shouted at any available political figure.

I Immigrated to the US to Pursue the American Dream, Not to Pay for Your College Degree

I Immigrated to the US to Pursue the American Dream, Not to Pay for Your College Degree

There are millions of highly-educated, foreign-born individuals in the US workforce with stories like mine. We took an entrepreneurial approach to our lives, seeking to better ourselves and live the American dream.

The Batman and Tolkien’s Batman

The Batman and Tolkien’s Batman

It is therefore the batman, not The Batman, who is the real hero.

Going to the Chapel? Not Anymore.

Going to the Chapel? Not Anymore.

Only a quarter of young couples tie the knot "in a religious institution."

Why Are Children’s Books Narrating Confusion?

Why Are Children’s Books Narrating Confusion?

Why have we rejected classic children’s books for the chaotic mess of modern children's books?

Why Only Villains Are Running for President

Why Only Villains Are Running for President

All I saw were villains, saying predictable things and unwilling to learn and change.

Mass Shootings Aren’t Growing More Common – and Evidence Contradicts Common Stereotypes About the Killers

Mass Shootings Aren’t Growing More Common – and Evidence Contradicts Common Stereotypes About the Killers

When 22 people were killed in El Paso, Texas, and nine more were killed in Dayton, Ohio, roughly 12 hours later, responses to the tragedy included many of the same myths and stereotypes Americans have grown used to hearing in the wake of a mass shooting.

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