A sympathetic psychologist agreed to put a couple of drops of drain cleaner in each of her eyes.
Play is a natural desire for kids, after all.
There’s a lot we can learn from our 30th president.
Maybe we need more training in thinking and reflecting, and less in being critical.
Marquis de Sade said of it, “I have never seen anything more striking.”
Is it time to hit the pause button before more states charge ahead to fund preschool for all?
Marion Cotillard recently made several un-PC statements about feminism.
According to Remi Brague, a secular society cannot last long.
On the victim’s side, if I made generalizations, it’s typically a runaway kid, a kid from a dysfunctional home, looking for love...
Should schools today incorporate more poetry into the curriculum?
The AP reported back in January that piano sales in the U.S. have dramatically declined.
Compared to this 1892 list, it would certainly seem so.
H.G Wells, Margaret Sanger, Bernard Shaw, John Maynard Keynes, Justice Holmes, etc. were all eugenicists.
Even the Founders thought a well-armed citizenry was a good deterrent.
Last year, Putin assigned three books to Russia's regional governors.
Should the U.S. invest in more unplugged schools like this one in England?
Divorced from nature, we do not have as many examples or experiences to pull from.
Should our immigration policies be limited to those who are committed to self-government and the other principles upon which America was founded?
Like most students today, I had an education in which memorization was not emphasized. My understanding is that it is even worse now.
Actor Rick Moranis was a fixture in many movies I watched growing up - Ghostbusters, Spaceballs, Parenthood, Honey I Shrunk
The author seems to think many today live as bees in a hive and cogs in a machine rather than as truly free individuals.
Kids think bedtime stories are just for babies, right? Wrong.
As you can see from the following quotes, seeking after utopias can be a dangerous thing.
Homeschooling is being used by parents as a means to create elite kids.
President Obama’s recent words seem to indicate that the answer is yes.
In 1956, T.S. Eliot gave a lecture to a crowd of 14,000 in a basketball arena.
One mayor in Maine is proposing to take the public’s desire for transparency a step further: revealing welfare recipients by name.
Nothing gives you an idea of how much things have changed like old children’s books.