Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and others may be pushing socialism today, but they're far from the first American politicians to do so.
Americans are staying put more often than ever before. What's driving the lack of movement within the United States?
Parents keep trying to get their children to like them by accommodating their kids views. It's not working.
I’ve noticed a common theme in many conversations this last year. They’re peppered with variations of the refrain, “It’s strange out there.”
Everyone is trying to figure out how we make progress and fix the American education system. Maybe we need to be looking backward rather than forward.
What’s the connecting factor in teenage mass shooters, after all? It’s not playing football. It’s missing a father. And what do fathers do? They teach young boys how to become men.
If socialists had their way, Thanksgiving and other family holidays would go the way of the dodo bird.
While many people believe that most billionaires inherited a great deal of their wealth, most of the richest people in the world are self-made.
One way to get people to stop reading books is to fail to teach them to read proficiently.
Parents often think praise encourages their children, but it could be teaching them bad habits that could cost them later in life.
All life is precious, but more kids are waiting for adoption and a third who age out of foster care end up homeless.
While society condemns toxic masculinity, it is important that we remember the sacrifice of heroes such as those portrayed in "Saving Private Ryan."
Many people believe the lack of a supermarket causes people to eat unhealthily, but research finds that poor eating habits are more complicated than that.
The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time.
Is Thanksgiving, as the American left would frame it, merely a holiday celebrating the oppression of the Native Americans by European settlers?
With Republicans and Democrats continuing to escalate their political rhetoric, it's time to take a look back at what Marx had to say about his opponents' suggestions.
By changing our habits, we can become more thankful human beings.
The national results of education testing are in, and it's a decidedly mixed bag, especially with how much we spend per pupil.
There is something very, very wrong when the government starts creating incentives that push moms out of the home and into the workforce when they don’t want to be there.
It's not student loan debt, or non-family-friendly employment policies.
What do women want? It's complicated.
You may tell a toddler, “You can’t go there.” But you may not tell an illegal trespasser, “Hey, turn back. You can’t come into the U.S. at whim.”
Presidential candidates and the media claim that school districts with many minority students are underfunded, but they ignore a major source of funding.
The first few years of the Plymouth colony saw starvation and other hardships, but one big change in how property was administered quickly fixed that.
Might our children be better prepared for future successes if they grew up spending more time with their parents, within the more relaxed and comfortable atmosphere of the family?
Are conservative viewpoints not respectable?
Frozen II might never have recaptured the magic of the first. Thanks to a woke politics heavy plot, it's now sure to fail in that regard.
"OK Boomer" doesn't help older folks understand Millennials or Gen Zers, if anything it just sharpens the divide between generations.