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Lost Innocence: Let’s Give Children a Childhood

Lost Innocence: Let’s Give Children a Childhood

Educating includes how we shape our children's reading choices. 

Painting Tinseltown Red

Painting Tinseltown Red

Just last week, the citizens of Los Angeles awoke to find these posters plastered on bus stops and public benches.

Why Do Teachers Make Us Read Old Books?

Why Do Teachers Make Us Read Old Books?

There are a lot of books out there. Why is it important for students to read older books when there is so much new material available?

The Origins of the Thought Police – and Why They Scare Us

The Origins of the Thought Police – and Why They Scare Us

Do you know the origins of George Orwell's 'Thought Police'? They are unfortunately real, and alive and well in the 21st century.

Rolling Stone: Men Who Abstain From Porn Are Dangerous Alt-Righters

Rolling Stone: Men Who Abstain From Porn Are Dangerous Alt-Righters

The fact that Rolling Stone attempts to cite science to justify porn and villainize self-control shows our lack of consensus on virtue.

Religion and Cultural Friction: Are the Two Related?

Religion and Cultural Friction: Are the Two Related?

Lack of religion doesn’t really affect our quality of life today, does it?

Back Row Kids: Dignity, Work, and the Vision of Williamson College

Back Row Kids: Dignity, Work, and the Vision of Williamson College

Lifting our neighbors out of poverty may begin with providing structures to provide dignified work. 

Hillary Clinton: Women Have 'Legitimate Concern' About Transgender Issue

Hillary Clinton: Women Have 'Legitimate Concern' About Transgender Issue

Transgender issues create problems in defining what it means to be a woman. 

The Return of the Native

The Return of the Native

It is not racist or imperialist to suggest that Native people of Amazonia are sinners who need to be converted, have faith in Jesus Christ, and be baptized. The same is true for many Western urbanites.

Ten Terrifying Facts About East Germany's Stasi Surveillance

Ten Terrifying Facts About East Germany's Stasi Surveillance

The Stasi had a long history of crimes against the East German people, a history which is still being discovered today.

How Americans Select Their Dictators

How Americans Select Their Dictators

When it comes to selecting a candidate for president, how do you choose?

Thankful for the Flying Nuns

Thankful for the Flying Nuns

We are so often thankful for the veterans who keep us physically safe. We need to be more thankful for those who keep our souls safe as well.

Europe Has Proven Hate Speech Laws Don't Work

Europe Has Proven Hate Speech Laws Don't Work

Is there a balance to be struck between free speech and hate speech limits? Or has Europe already shown us what lies down that path should America follow suit?

The Dark History of Swedish Socialism

The Dark History of Swedish Socialism

Is Bernie wrong about peaceful Swedish socialism?

Six Key Moments From the First Day of Public Impeachment Hearings

Six Key Moments From the First Day of Public Impeachment Hearings

The public portion of the Donald Trump impeachment hearings are underway. Here's everything you need to know from day one.

Inoculating Our Children Against Socialism

Inoculating Our Children Against Socialism

We need to better educate our children about the dangerous of socialism. Here are 10 suggestions for kick starting that learning.

The End of the Electoral College Is Closer Than You Think

The End of the Electoral College Is Closer Than You Think

Did you know about the effort to undermine the electoral college? 

Federalizing Day Care Is a Terrible Idea

Federalizing Day Care Is a Terrible Idea

Does expanding the school day serve families? 

Why Your Favorite YouTuber Probably Hasn't Been #Canceled

Why Your Favorite YouTuber Probably Hasn't Been #Canceled

YouTubers somehow seem to be more-or-less immune to cancel culture in the United States. That's not the case in other countries.

Four Things to Expect as the Trump Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

Four Things to Expect as the Trump Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

The impeachment proceedings against President Trump are going to get even messier going forward.

Journalism’s Uncomfortable Marriage to Non-Monogamy

Journalism’s Uncomfortable Marriage to Non-Monogamy

It seems the media is intent on producing positive coverage of consensual non-monogony, ignoring any potential downsides involved.

A Time of Deceit: Can Freedom of Speech Endure?

A Time of Deceit: Can Freedom of Speech Endure?

Is truth-telling, or even attempting that arduous task, becoming a vanishingly rare pursuit in America?

Lettuce Pray: Climate Change, Neo-Paganism, and the End of the World

Lettuce Pray: Climate Change, Neo-Paganism, and the End of the World

Climate alarmists continue to predict the end of the world, and their methods for trying to forestall this tragedy reek of neo-paganism.

Does Hillary Clinton Want Fact-Checking… or Censorship?

Does Hillary Clinton Want Fact-Checking… or Censorship?

Democratic politicians are going after Facebook for allowing "false information in political advertisements." But where does the fact-checking end and the censorship begin?

The Exploitative Reality of Surrogacy and Egg Donation

The Exploitative Reality of Surrogacy and Egg Donation

Women and children are being bought and sold on the fertility and surrogacy markets. There are many problems with this trade, and these are just a few of them.

How to Make Friends as a Lonely Adult

How to Make Friends as a Lonely Adult

Friend matchmakers are now a thing. Why do we have so much trouble making friends on our own?

When Guests Come In, Your TV Should Go Off

When Guests Come In, Your TV Should Go Off

Why is it that so many people leave their TV running when guests come over? What kind of message does that send?

Socialism All About Inclusivity and Kindness, These Students Say

Socialism All About Inclusivity and Kindness, These Students Say

Many college students seem to hold very rosy and optimistic views of socialism. It seems a realist on this issue is rare indeed.

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