"Jazz hands" are the new, more inclusive form of applause for students at the University of Manchester.
Are we actually more bigoted and discriminatory toward children when we refuse to promote the traditional two-parent family?
How did we arrive at a point in our history where gangs of hecklers chase politicians from restaurants, where senate hearings have lost all decorum, where family members and friends part ways over politics?
The Soviet Union did not free the world of tyranny in World War II. It merely helped defeat one evil while ruthlessly attempting to supplant it with another one.
Amazon made headlines after it announced it would raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour, a move that will impact more than 350,000 of its U.S. employees beginning November 1st.
The recent allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have further divided the nation. One of the main questions is about moral responsibility for actions long since passed.
Being a gentleman is politically incorrect... but are feminists ignoring this?
Is there any reason whatsoever for adults to tolerate this kind of behavior from our young people?
What is the economic problem that society faces, and how will you help solve it?
Flip that switch and shoot across time and space to revisit that sixteen-year-old whose face you used to see in your mirror.
Many people assume that to raise wages, big companies must be dragged along by government policy. Amazon’s eye-opening announcement yesterday suggests otherwise.
Sweden has traditionally been portrayed in the US political debate as the epitome of democratic socialism... but would such a system work here?
It isn't just about "happily ever after." It's about community, and the lack of it is tearing our marriages apart.
History has seen the rancor of the Kavanaugh hearings before.
The widely-accepted "history" of America's Gilded Age was grossly inaccurate, but it told a compelling story that many fell for hook, line, and sinker.
Should emerging from bed at the same early hour every morning be elevated to an ideal?
America wasn’t founded as a democracy to be run by voters acting on their feelings and opinions.
Change is awesome, but transition is terrifying, and sometimes changing your state in life (even to the slightest degree) feels as dramatic and painful as trying to saw your arm off.
Are news organizations and consumers as much to blame as the President when it comes to the political war of words?
One might expect heartwarming stories of the animals Hedges helped, or perhaps her nomination for an animal caretaker “hero award.” Instead, Hedges was arrested on 12 counts of practicing veterinary medicine without a license.
The Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and their endless sequelae have ended up as an epitaph for a spent culture for which its remedies are felt to be worse than its diseases.
Grotesque jokes on Facebook about a fatal accident in Holland resulted in a cyber witch-hunt for the offending joksters. Is it dangerous that people are increasingly finding their identities in online tribes?
With midterm elections approaching, ideological battlegrounds are being staked out — and few carry greater promise of enticing voters than minimum wage policy.
Americans keep dividing into two hostile camps.
It seems the country is back to 1860 on the eve of the Civil War, rather than in 2018, during the greatest age of affluence, leisure and freedom in the history of civilization.
The problem that any rational thinker needs to tackle is that the science increasingly shows that atheists are no more rational than theists.
Since I’ve been abroad so long, I’m looking at my homeland through the eyes of a foreigner. Here are five things that jumped out at me right away.
Are homeschoolers the "keepers of the culture"?
It’s simple: Men shouldn’t automatically be believed for making an accusation against someone, and nor should women.