Professor John McAdams defended a student who thought the topic of gay marriage warranted discussion.
When it comes to caregivers like stay-at-home moms, Americans have a serious blind spot.
The truth behind why our behavior is increasingly regulated and restricted at almost every level.
Government can establish a legal order in which you can pursue happiness, but it cannot give you happiness.
Is there a streak of anti-whiteness running through our institutions of higher education?
A screenshot of a Craigslist ad raises some questions.
Why it still matters.
Wicked smart or a low bar?
Earlier this month marked the 75th anniversary of beloved actor Jimmy Stewart being drafted into military service for WWII.
The terrorist attack in Brussels pales in comparison to the Easter attack in Pakistan.
A list of (sourced) quotes that reflect what America’s Founders thought about the nature of humanity.
Should we be stigmatizing pornographers?
It’s not clear that “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” can be respected and secured in the long run without some concept of natural law.
Nowadays, the norm when reading a book alone is to read it silently to oneself. Apparently, this practice was unusual in the ancient world.
So why does instruction in languages like Latin and Greek boost test scores?
Pope Francis called for ‘weapons of love’ in the wake of the ISIS attack on Brussels. If a previous Pope had made a similar call to arms, Christendom might not exist today.
Americans today are less religious, but more dogmatic.
In the quest for equality, will millennials actually find themselves under more constraint and bondage than they could have imagined?
Everyone knows that clothes make a difference. The evidence is irrefutable. Yet so many bizarre fashions still dominate.
On March 28, 193 A.D., Rome’s elite bodyguard committed an atrocity that scarred the imperial throne.
Are we simply setting ourselves up for a society of chaos when we train our children that there are no consequences for bad behavior?
My Dinner with Andre' offers a chilling perspective on our world today.
Some of Pilate's actions and words were perfectly understandable.
Camille Paglia demolished the Republican field this week. But one candidate did receive praise as “smart, intuitive and a quick study.”
Huxley's 1947 foreword to 'Brave New World' contains a jarring prediction.
“Researchers have long noticed that an oddly large number of jihadists have engineering backgrounds.”
How can we reverse the trend and raise vibrant, imaginative, and knowledgeable children?
Here’s the story behind the painting.