Comfortable shoes, Thanksgiving turkeys, and geometry can all teach us about happiness and the Divine.
A report of sexual misconduct involving Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, resurfaced after 18 years. Is Trudeau guilty of a double standard?
Happy World Population Day! Should we be worried about whether the earth can support us?
Dr. David Mackereth, 55, the father of four, was dismissed from the department after only recently being hired because he told the instructor for a training course that he would not recognize a pronoun that didn’t correspond to a patient’s biological sex, the Telegraph reported Sunday.
One of the most controversial new laws is that children in low-income “ghettos” (an official government term) must attend mandatory cultural education sessions.
Regulators should put some basic rules in place and leave the rest to innovation and common sense.
Let us be grateful that the Court’s majority avoided a constitutional disaster.
Somewhere along the way, we forgot how to argue well. Help restore civil discourse.
Human rights can be a polarizing topic in modern political discourse. So where do rights come from, and how do modern views of rights differ from those of the Founders?
Unfortunately there is a large gulf between the headlines and the data.
President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. If confirmed by the Senate, Kavanaugh would replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy to give the court a likely solid 5-4 conservative majority.
"The Dating Project" reveals one possible reason.
Is the Imperial Household Law that prevents Princess Ayako from staying in the family when she marries a relic of Japan’s ancient past? Not quite.
Lawful gun owners are saving lives a lot more often than you might think.
No one would assert that the Constitution is perfect. Not even the founders themselves thought it was. But while not perfect, is the Constitution a problem?
Any power exercised by the federal government that is not among those delegated in the Constitution is power exercised without the consent of the governed.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill that allows gun confiscation without due process.
What we now consider stupid and dangerous ideas of the past, progressives see as useful in the present.
The decision to rename the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award didn’t sit well with former Stark Trek actor William Shatner. And now he's being called a racist.
This is how holy wars start. Each side becomes so convinced that their opponents are the embodiment of evil, that violence against them not only becomes morally permissible, but morally imperative, and anyone who refuses to help becomes complicit with the armies of darkness.
Would you be stunned to learn that G. K. Chesterton regarded the topic of evolution as unimportant? Well, he did. In fact, he wrote an essay titled “The Unimportance of Evolution.”
As Americans celebrate the 4th of July holiday, it’s a good time to reflect on just how little college students know...
Teen summer employment has experienced a dramatic drop in the last 30 years.
There is no doubt that Mexico is going to experience a big transformation after December 2018.
For the unlucky few who win the internet lottery, misdeeds become fodder for public judgement. Did the severity of the crime match the severity of the punishment?
Charles Krauthammer excelled at explaining our times. He will be missed.
On July 4th, Americans celebrate our freedoms. Unfortunately, we all but ignore the only President born on Independence Day—Calvin Coolidge, who, though denigrated by historians, produced remarkable results without sacrificing them
“Every man realized in an instant what that order meant, death or wounds to us all; the sacrifice of the regiment to gain a few minutes time and save the position, and probably the battlefield, and every man saw and accepted the necessity for the sacrifice."