Armed guards and police officers at schools are no guarantee of school safety and may cause more harm than good.
Prominent Democrats say they oppose the idea, and even supporters say President Donald Trump could be trolling Democrats in a public relations move.
As we let go of outrage, we are not only more forgiving of others but also more forgiving of ourselves.
A young man needs guides, equipment, and maps for his journey. These books, and dozens of others, can serve him as a compass.
Philadelphia’s soda tax raised $79 million in its first year, but critics say the levy is regressive and falls disproportionately on the city's minority populations.
A regular criticism of modern praise and worship music is that it is overly repetitive, but this is a misleading criticism. The real problem runs much deeper than that.
Fair play should be anything but controversial.
What a horrible way for the West to begin Holy Week.
Ever been to a Communist Easter egg hunt?
What exactly is a slave?
Today is Tax Day, the day when individual income tax returns are due to the federal government.
Could illegal immigration soon taper off... just not for the reasons we think?
Camille Paglia said something the other day that triggered a group of whinypants college students at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts.
Given McGuffey’s five generations of successful use in the classroom, maybe modern educators have something to learn from this approach.
It could be argued that today’s young “snowflakes” are the obvious products of a lifetime immersion in digitalism.
The lack of access to electricity is having an unprecedented humanitarian impact on the Venezuelan population.
Manners are the finishing touch.
People are much more than their income
Noah Webster offers some advice for women evaluating suitors.
It may sound like a dark chapter out of a history book, but Venezuela is happening right now, and millions are suffering.
A dangerous precedent is being set.
In some ways, AOC’s style captures perfectly our current predicament. Rhetoric is more important than results, and hubris in the name of virtue more admirable than the humble ordering of one’s own life.
A full-blown war is raging against the Electoral College.
Today’s young adults continually hear the go-to-college, get-into-grad-school, find-a-good-job mantra thrown at them. But would they find greater success and happiness if we began sounding the get-married mantra earlier in life?
Let stout hearts, a strong will and a sense of humor be our weapons, and let Invictus be our watchword.
I was the bat boy for the "Knoxville Smokies" for five years. I can’t think of a better way to grow up than spending those thousands of hours at the ballpark. I felt extremely lucky, and still do.
Is it possible for people to improve their lives through hard work, or is the system rigged against you? Your answer – and your results – may depend on your faith.
Clear-thinking Americans fear a headlong plunge into the same ideological swamp that has ruined so many other economies and lament that there seems to be no way to stop it.