Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens.
It wasn’t always this way.
Listening to “Baby Shark” is akin to torture. Yet somehow that song has racked up a staggering three billion views on YouTube. Who is watching it? Why aren’t parents putting their feet down?
Increasing the minimum wage doesn’t do much good for workers if they end up working far fewer hours than they would like.
Feminists go ballistic over a romantic incident.
Both Europeans and Americans would do well to consider two groups who would have enthusiastically supported state-imposed bans on undesired speech: Nazis and communists.
Can we please talk about how utterly awful starting a new job can be?
“50 percent of the work is done by the square root of the total number of people who participate in the work.”
If you don’t have the life you want, Kor might counsel, don’t double-down on mistaken ideas about life. Don’t rehearse your blaming thoughts keeping painful wounds open.
The tax incentives for non-profits are working out pretty well for non-profit hospitals. But is it working out for everyone else?
Anthony Stephens, a biological male employee who had agreed to and followed the funeral home’s sex-specific dress code for more than six years, intended to show up to work – as well as to the homes of grieving families – dressed as a woman.
Online video is contributing to both moral and environmental pollution.
Students are studying less. Grades are rising. And college graduation rates have increased a good deal in the last several decades.
American businesses can help solve the growing waste problem.
It is not only the medical community who have been ignorant in diagnosing the disease. Family and friends have a hard time visualizing the symptoms of Lyme, and thus have a difficulty understanding the true debilitating nature of the illness.
Manufacturers are creating monopolies by preventing customers (or anyone else) from fixing their products. It's time to end that.
Reclaiming our common humanity in the art of classic movie storytelling
Since I began studying foreign languages, I have learned to appreciate English. Here are three things my studies in German and Latin have taught me about my native tongue.
Aaron Sarin's "When the Lion Wakes" reveals harrowing truths about the Chinese Communist Party.
Kathy Zhu has shown that political correctness conquered beauty pageants.
The unconstitutional practice of home equity theft has allowed individuals to be stripped of their property without fair compensation.
Supporters have said a Trump-Johnson relationship could touch off a new partnership akin to that of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.
We walked on the moon in under a decade, yet in the 57 years since Kennedy’s challenge we are still only talking about reforming the failing K-12 public education system.
Robotic pets will doubtless be delightful. But they may sharpen rather than blunt our increasing isolation.
Until his next hearing on July 31, the media’s focus on the case seems to have diverted to Epstein’s friends and associates in high places.
The results have important implications for reducing racial disparities in fatal officer-involved shootings.
The Sanders campaign, which has called for a $15 minimum wage since its beginning, now struggles to meet that demand for many of its own workers.
Why Jordan Peterson's Thinkspot may become a refuge for dissenters.