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Underemployment: The American Economy's Biggest Underreported Story

Underemployment: The American Economy's Biggest Underreported Story

Underemployed is defined as an individual with a college degree who has a job that only requires a high school diploma.

'Gray Divorce': Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

'Gray Divorce': Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

Some baby boomers are ending long term first marriages and jumping back into dating. But finding a new partner after a "gray divorce" is complicated.  

Most Millennials Say They’ll Be Millionaires Someday. Is Their Optimism Misplaced?

Most Millennials Say They’ll Be Millionaires Someday. Is Their Optimism Misplaced?

If you ask millennials today whether they’ll ever be rich, they will tell you that yes, their futures are bright. But is their optimism warranted?

Smart Ways to Make College Cheaper and Better

Smart Ways to Make College Cheaper and Better

For the high cost of college, what do students learn?

City Fines Elderly Man $30,000 Over Uncut Grass, Tries to Steal His Home

City Fines Elderly Man $30,000 Over Uncut Grass, Tries to Steal His Home

Individuals should not have to engage in lengthy legal battles to avoid excessive fines and enjoy the liberty to peacefully do as they wish on their own property.

Where Are the Good Christian Men?

Where Are the Good Christian Men?

The burning question many young women are asking.

Two Ways of Dying

Two Ways of Dying

There is another way to die, and to live. 

In Demonizing Our Opponents, We Only Demonize Ourselves

In Demonizing Our Opponents, We Only Demonize Ourselves

We forget this vital truth.

Internet Hate-Speech Rules Harm Mainstream, Normal Speakers

Internet Hate-Speech Rules Harm Mainstream, Normal Speakers

The concept of hate speech has expanded to include commonplace views about racial or sexual subjects.

How the ‘Spiritual but Not Religious’ Are Driving Society’s Civic Decline

How the ‘Spiritual but Not Religious’ Are Driving Society’s Civic Decline

Younger, religiously skeptical generations, who make up the majority of the nonreligious, haven’t realized that religion — unlike spirituality — is about far more than belief. It’s about action.

The Cost of Female Empowerment

The Cost of Female Empowerment

Female empowerment says women can be anything they want to be. But can they?

When Americans Go to the Polls, They Look to the Past — Not the Future

When Americans Go to the Polls, They Look to the Past — Not the Future

There’s one question that almost every American voter asks him- or herself when casting their vote for president. Has the incumbent’s – or the incumbent party’s – past performance in office been sufficient to merit another term?

Chicago’s Taxpayer Burden Hits $119k Per Person to Lead US Cities, Report Finds

Chicago’s Taxpayer Burden Hits $119k Per Person to Lead US Cities, Report Finds

If having the highest taxes were a competition, Chicago would be a clear winner.

Daenerys Targaryen: A Cautionary Tale for Feminists

Daenerys Targaryen: A Cautionary Tale for Feminists

If Daenerys Targaryen is a feminist icon, she's certainly a problematic one.

'Trans' Four-Year-Old: Sacrifice of the Innocent?

'Trans' Four-Year-Old: Sacrifice of the Innocent?

The High Court of the United Kingdom has decreed that social services cannot remove a four-year-old boy who identifies as a girl from a couple who have let “him” transition after sending the child to school in a girl’s uniform.

Are Yoga and Mindfulness in Schools Religious?

Are Yoga and Mindfulness in Schools Religious?

Yoga and mindfulness could become the fourth “R” of public education. But up for debate is whether the “R” in this case stands for relaxation or religion.

Friends Don’t Let Friends Marry the Wrong Person

Friends Don’t Let Friends Marry the Wrong Person

The birth of Prince Harry's son has caused the British tabloids to take a break from their favorite topic: the alleged feud between Prince Harry and his older brother Prince William.

Playing With Fire: Are We Witnessing the Death of Europe?

Playing With Fire: Are We Witnessing the Death of Europe?

“Europe is committing suicide.” So it would seem.

The Silent Killer of Marriage and Family

The Silent Killer of Marriage and Family

It’s not just the free market or big government - there’s Big Sister too.

Why Democratic Socialists Flunk Logic 101

Why Democratic Socialists Flunk Logic 101

How do we overcome our need to make our story cohere with our preexisting biases?

All Good Mothers Have One Trait in Common

All Good Mothers Have One Trait in Common

Motherhood is about love. And love — especially maternal love — is about sacrifice.            

What Bernie Sanders Missed on His Soviet Honeymoon

What Bernie Sanders Missed on His Soviet Honeymoon

In 1988 Sanders was on what he called “a very strange honeymoon” with his bride Jane.

What the NYT Fails to Mention About Dads and the Division of Labor at Home

What the NYT Fails to Mention About Dads and the Division of Labor at Home

Are dads shirking their duty by committing less time to child care or is there something else at play?

Public Schools Aren't Taking Security Seriously

Public Schools Aren't Taking Security Seriously

Public high schools still aren't taking school security seriously.

Dumbfounded by American Socialism

Dumbfounded by American Socialism

Let’s allow one survivor of Communism to stand as a witness for the millions of dead around the globe, the neighbors snatched away in the dead of night, the beatings and torture, the theft of property, the erasure of private life, the work camps, the restrictions on speech and travel, the propaganda delivered as fact in schools and the press.

Be a Happier Parent... Or Laugh Trying

Be a Happier Parent... Or Laugh Trying

Parenting is hard, but it doesn't have to be a burden.

What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Should Know About Her Garbage Disposal

What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Should Know About Her Garbage Disposal

The garbage disposal has made a contribution to an ancient problem, in a way that is a service to the human population in search of convenience and sanitary living conditions.

Why Schools Must Stop Relying on ‘Best Practices’ When Teaching Writing

Why Schools Must Stop Relying on ‘Best Practices’ When Teaching Writing

When it comes to writing, American kids just don’t cut it.

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