As America's gun debate heats up again, perhaps we can learn something from Australia's cat genocide.
Schooling is the default. It's time to challenge defaults.
Politicians no longer claim to be able to pave the roads and run the jails. They are now fully woke.
While reading Toni Morrison’s Beloved was initially akin to pulling teeth, I found it to be an enriching read.
In response to the wave of mass killings this year, it’s being shouted at any available political figure.
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.
It is therefore the batman, not The Batman, who is the real hero.
Only a quarter of young couples tie the knot "in a religious institution."
Why have we rejected classic children’s books for the chaotic mess of modern children's books?
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
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.
Apprenticeship programs could offer a promising college alternative, but establishing them can be difficult.
But it’s sometimes difficult to refrain from chuckling at the absurdities of its most devoted adherents.
As we cheapen human life, as we continue to demonize our enemies or see people as digits and statistics instead of as creatures of flesh and blood, the mass shootings and the murders on the streets of our cities will continue.
For their unorthodox views, some physicians are being treated as medical heretics. Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites.
Young Millennials appear to be drawn towards a religious life based on that old-time religion. An uncompromising doctrinal orthodoxy that pierces their subjective relativism.
Every time President Trump raises tariffs, the media clucks that American consumers will pay the price. This hasn’t happened yet, and it won’t happen now.
Changes in law enforcement, less onerous (and less corrupt) governance, and a rethink of how education is brought to young people in the city would be good first steps toward making Baltimore great again.
We must look back at Nagasaki and Hiroshima, and say, “Never again.”
If you see some barbarian curling in the squat rack, take action. You may be surprised how drastically you alter someone’s worldview.
Could never-ending coverage in fact be contributing to the steady increase of mass shootings?
California isn’t nicknamed Commiefornia for nothing.
Before you choose to birth strike for the uncertain good of the planet, it might be wise to consider these almost-certain truths.
Federal investigators are conducting the investigation “with a view towards bringing federal hate crimes charges … which carry a penalty of death.”
One in ten Americans meet their spouse at work. However, in the mid-1990s, almost twice as many Americans met their spouse at work.
When it comes to Baltimore being a haven of appalling violent crime, Trump's not wrong. Although it has strict gun control laws, Baltimore's homicide rate is comparable to that of El Salvador and Venezuela.
A top British judge takes a crack at answering.
At most colleges, liberal arts are a joke. Real liberal arts colleges use the Socratic Method.