Based on current technology, the ability for parents to genetically engineer their babies' traits is still a far off prospect.
Common sense is often overlooked in arguments. Should it be?
Thanksgiving discussions are best when warm, rather than too hot or cold.
The fourth branch of government is headless, responsible to no one, and impossible to hold accountable.
Is the battle over gluten avoidance just one more political argument you'll have to tread lightly around this Thanksgiving?
Transgender students new unrestricted access to locker rooms and restrooms is "a great policy, unfortunately, it's not everything we want" according to one trans student.
Closing the gap between wanting to be grateful and actually feeling grateful is more a matter of allowing than doing.
Millennials and Gen Z are paying a lot more into Social Security than baby Boomers did, and they won't even see the benefits later in life.
Socialized medicine can be deadly.
Why is it that older generations feel so comfortable criticizing how kids behave and dissecting the parenting styles of younger parents?
Chic-fil-A's recent decision causes some to question its authenticity to Christians and to LGBT+ groups.
Family dinners have been on the decline in America in recent years. But there's a lot of benefits to be gained from families eating together.
Stupidity continues to swirl in society with increasing vigor. The important thing is whether each of us will allow ourselves to be dragged along with it.
Why do we push entrepreneurship on young people when all the data show that they're very likely to fail?
Why is it that attitudes, after the laissez faire ones of the sixties and onward, now may be changing?
Education is not about political influence, but about responsible freedom through a well-developed mind.
Socialism is more than political. It's a secular religion.
Solar panels have long been lauded by environmentalists and proponents of renewable energy, but do they do more harm than good to the green cause?
We all have things that "trigger" us.
The Malthusian doomsday prediction has been spectacularly wrong, and yet still popular, for more than 200 years. How many people have to die to satisfy today's alarmists?
People who espouse communism and socialism might want to take a closer look at the story of this North Korean refugee.
Educating includes how we shape our children's reading choices.
Just last week, the citizens of Los Angeles awoke to find these posters plastered on bus stops and public benches.
There are a lot of books out there. Why is it important for students to read older books when there is so much new material available?
Do you know the origins of George Orwell's 'Thought Police'? They are unfortunately real, and alive and well in the 21st century.
The fact that Rolling Stone attempts to cite science to justify porn and villainize self-control shows our lack of consensus on virtue.
Lack of religion doesn’t really affect our quality of life today, does it?
Lifting our neighbors out of poverty may begin with providing structures to provide dignified work.