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Supreme Court Remains Respected Despite Kavanaugh Turmoil

Supreme Court Remains Respected Despite Kavanaugh Turmoil

A pair of recent surveys suggest that Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation has not undermined public confidence in the Supreme Court.

Why We Lie to Our Doctors

Why We Lie to Our Doctors

Sixty to 80 percent of Americans “admit they avoid telling their doctor details that could be relevant to their well-being.”

'It Should Not Be This Hard to Raise a Family'

'It Should Not Be This Hard to Raise a Family'

Evidence suggests it is not simply a question of rising costs. 

Climate Protest Goes Sadly Awry

Climate Protest Goes Sadly Awry

The most recent protest was staged by climate activists in Great Britain. But their plans didn’t quite work out the way they thought they would. 

How Romanticism Encouraged the Decline of Marriage

How Romanticism Encouraged the Decline of Marriage

Marriage is growing rare, even obsolete. It might be because of Romanticism. 

Hong Kong’s ‘Shot Heard Around the World’ Is Reverberating

Hong Kong’s ‘Shot Heard Around the World’ Is Reverberating

Hong Kong protestors and Chinese police cannot break an uneasy peace with violence if they want international support. 

Could President Trump Be Impeached and Convicted – but Also Reelected?

Could President Trump Be Impeached and Convicted – but Also Reelected?

Impeaching Trump might not damage his ability to be reelected. 

Government Funds Bring Corruption to Mayberry

Government Funds Bring Corruption to Mayberry

It has a lot of unchecked power over our elected officials. 

Father Loss and Narcissism: Is There a Connection?

Father Loss and Narcissism: Is There a Connection?

Could the revival of good, solid, supportive fathers sound the death knell for our self-absorbed society?

Our Divisive News Media Needs Clark Kent

Our Divisive News Media Needs Clark Kent

The news media and some of our politicians are the chief culprits responsible for our cultural and political civil war.

The Electoral College Will Never Make Everyone Happy

The Electoral College Will Never Make Everyone Happy

As the U.S. heads into the 2020 elections, the public must be wary of critics who call for “reforms” to the American electoral process but fail to put our process in a global perspective.

There’s Nothing Fake About the Dangers of Transgender Medications

There’s Nothing Fake About the Dangers of Transgender Medications

Austrailia: 'Transgender transitions are not justified by biological plausibility or proof of effect, but by the opinion of doctors running clinics.'

How the War on Meat Threatens Your Health and Freedom

How the War on Meat Threatens Your Health and Freedom

Kamala Harris and other Democrats believe the state has the right to tell you what to eat. 

The Will to Power: Welcome to Our New Paradigm

The Will to Power: Welcome to Our New Paradigm

If and when the belief underlying the old order is gone, the structure can and will be annihilated.

What We Get Wrong About Pursuing Equal Outcomes

What We Get Wrong About Pursuing Equal Outcomes

It's deeper than the pursuit. 

How Technical Education Helps Male Students Earn More

How Technical Education Helps Male Students Earn More

Technical education in high school provides one pathway to meaningful work for men.

The Hazards of ‘Normalizing’ Impeachment

The Hazards of ‘Normalizing’ Impeachment

What happens when impeachment becomes a normal political weapon, rather than an extreme measure to restrain executive abuse? 

Politics is Crowding Out Culture and Childhood

Politics is Crowding Out Culture and Childhood

Greta needs time to grow.

Downton Abbey: Making Goodness Fashionable

Downton Abbey: Making Goodness Fashionable

Downton Abbey stunned the film industry this month by pulling in over $31 million at the box office opening weekend

How This Entrepreneur Went From Door Man to Running a Three Billion Dollar Hotel Empire

How This Entrepreneur Went From Door Man to Running a Three Billion Dollar Hotel Empire

Becoming a billionaire requires seizing opportunities with hands willing to do hard work. 

Middle-Aged Men Are Part of the Loneliness Epidemic, Too

Middle-Aged Men Are Part of the Loneliness Epidemic, Too

In our concern for endemic loneliness, let's remember middle-aged men. 

What SEALs and Caesar Teach About Slowing Down

What SEALs and Caesar Teach About Slowing Down

It's hard to slow down, but doing so is a lesson as old as the Roman Empire. 

NYC Seeks to Curb Speech About Illegal Aliens

NYC Seeks to Curb Speech About Illegal Aliens

NYC's restriction on using "illegal aliens" seems to be violating the 1st Amendment. 

Trump, Greta, and the Faint Heartbeat of American Humor

Trump, Greta, and the Faint Heartbeat of American Humor

A few people still know how to laugh at themselves and others.

Early Starts in School Lead to Higher Rates of ADHD Diagnoses

Early Starts in School Lead to Higher Rates of ADHD Diagnoses

Children can often be nearly a year younger than their peers in the same grade, and this can lead to artificial diagnoses of ADHD and depression.

Impeachment: Pelosi’s Biggest Mistake Ever

Impeachment: Pelosi’s Biggest Mistake Ever

With no real chance at impeachment, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is playing a shell game she's sure to come out on the losing side of.

What Our Founders Really Thought of Slavery—and Why the New York Times Is Wrong

What Our Founders Really Thought of Slavery—and Why the New York Times Is Wrong

The 1619 project distorts America's DNA. 

Expensive and Dangerous: Our Epidemic of Prescription Meds

Expensive and Dangerous: Our Epidemic of Prescription Meds

Many Americans are drowning in anxiety, and swimming against a tide of drugs. Should we think again about more holistic solutions to our health problems?

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