For many busy parents and teachers, it’s hard to know which books are both worthwhile and enjoyable for children to read.
There’s a clear message given to almost every high school student these days: go to college or you’ll be a failure.
For those who wish to be scholars, these 14 pieces of advice are just as relevant today.
Would today’s students be better equipped for life if today’s schools implemented Franklin’s education plan?
The man cave signals that masculinity is expressed through escape into a self-made, self-indulgent preserve.
The presidential candidates are us. Are they corrupt, greedy and base? We are too.
Before the selfie came the emphasis on the self...
Mitt Romney on Trump: 2016 vs. 2012
It's something with which John and Abigail Adams had great experience.
...And we wonder why there's so much unrest and discontent in the U.S.
And it doesn't have to
Can a country's values and way of life survive without children?
He warns that the drive for equality ultimately will tear people apart.
It might also give your child a shot at a six-figure income!
“This is some real Hollywood bullsh–“
Here are 3 reasons why...
For most people, is advanced math pretty useless in their lives?
It’s a popular narrative, but history doesn’t support it.
Great men write great books because of the Great Books that they’ve read.
Some American schools are recognizing students’ financial literacy problem and are setting out to remedy it.
In today’s world, it’s become more common for parents to play a large role in engineering their children’s success.
Some companies are recognizing the need to restore interest in family and community.
Severed from its traditional meaning, eventually the aim for equality could actually tear society apart.
Impoverished nations like Vietnam do better than the U.S.
Nowhere is the concern with the problem of community in Western society more intense than with respect to the family.
According to Patrick Deneen, modern students' ignorance is the education system's "crowning achievement".
Wisdom from Antoine de Saint Exupéry (1900-1944).
It very well may be Trump vs. Hillary come November.