There are a variety of lessons to be drawn from how the Allied governments conducted themselves during World War II. Some of those messages may be more in tune with our current political climate than we care to admit.
Kids participating in Utah's Children’s Entrepreneur Market are being ordered by government officials to pay sales tax on their small businesses. But one activist says children are exempt from such taxes.
It’s that time of year and that time of life.
Perhaps we would do well to follow their example.
"You can't make this stuff up."
What remains of 1969? One might recall some of Fonda’s last words in Easy Rider, “We blew it,” and think of them as an epitaph for an era as well as a film.
From solar roads to Solyndra to the ATVM program, government-backed technological endeavors are a dumpster fire of misplaced optimism and systematically skewed incentives.
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is about a moment when something big happened, and historical trajectory shifted. Except, in the film, the moment is stopped from happening.
It is unclear exactly why this has become something of a lost art.
Everything has a trade-off, no matter what 1-800 number politician is on the line.
Neighbourhoods full of young mothers and their children were a great support system for all concerned until Betty Friedan and the sisterhood convinced them that they were on a fast track to suburban neurosis and needed to get meaningful work.
Is it time our society grew up?
Day by day the protesters reflect a greater cross section of the island, which is making China more desperate to put them down.
I’d almost give my firstborn to see Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Donald Trump, and the others enrolled in a “Bastiat for Beginners” course.
Queen Victoria, so the story goes, sometimes resorted to the royal “we.” “We are not amused,” she might remark.
We are letting our children down with our desire for quick fixes and convenient “solutions” that don’t come close to identifying underlying problems.
To paraphrase Orwell, thought corrupts language and language corrupts thought.
“Where are the good Christian men?” That question is being asked by single Christian women across America.
The “salad bowl” philosophy informs every word of the Golden State’s proposed curriculum for a new high school graduation requirement.
The Tiny House movement, as it is commonly referred to, is gaining unprecedented traction in the United States and abroad.
It’s about time.
Kim Brooks suggests that childhood has been ruined by many culprits including screens, food, and lack of play. But she also believes that our approach to child-rearing has undergone a dramatic change.
When faced with a challenge, most of us have received advice to “just be yourself.” Those offering advice have good intentions, but are rather misled.
The New York Police Department received a total of 2,916 detainer requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement between July 1, 2018, and June 30 of this year, according to data first obtained by the New York Daily News. Despite the high volume of requests during that time period, every single one was ignored by the NYPD.
Those who argue against Trump's immigration policies by looking abroad are in serious error.
“History may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”
The Soviet Union is gone, thrown into the dustbin of history, but a lesson remains from those Russian visitors.