Interest and the National Debt – Together, they should make you puke.
“…we shall fight on the beaches … we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender…”
Today’s adults try and fix the problem that could have been prevented in the first place.
Don't end up like this woman
Theories abound, but this one seems to be gaining traction.
Conditioners: Humanity is too much work.
How to know when it's time for systemic change.
An important question.
Wealth, wit, wisdom... or something else?
Maybe industrialism and technology aren’t all good.
Seriously, it needs to stop.
Subsidiarity – A term worth knowing.
Should parents be able to choose if they want to move their child to another school within the public system?
From Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov.
How did one-room schools do it?
Here's what five social critics had to say.
Just reading isn’t enough. What the child is reading matters.
Has the loss of community caused us to also lose our concern for others?
His excuse? “I have a bad habit of eating breakfast in the morning, and I lost track of time.”
Children grew up in an atmosphere of freedom.
Tablets are a prime source of distraction in two ways.
Another example of the censorial character of modern universities is making its way around the internet.
Within weeks of the US Supreme Court decision to legalise same-sex marriage, polygamous families have sued to have their own relationships recognised as marriages.
10 quotes that show he really, really didn't like them.
“Honestly, without Hurricane Katrina, I don’t think I would be the same person because the hardships actually helped mold me into the young lady that I am now.”
Here's where it comes from...
Almost 100 years later, are we still suffering from these?