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As both Europe and the United States crackdown on international travel, one academic has a few notes on how the new coronavirus affects the situation abroad.
Harry and Meghan are leaving the British Royal family at the end of the month, but they still aren't being honest about why they're really leaving.
To constantly fear dying is to deny the joy of life. To give way to fear of death, or fear of coronavirus, is to live as if already dead.
Many people claim they could never work from home, but studies show that for the most of people, working from home increases their productivity.
Our promotion of public life over private life is divorced from reality and it is leading to divisions between the sexes and decreased happiness in life.
From the coasts to the Midwest, schools are continuing to try to replace parents, sometimes by way of outright deception.
Many American adults are reading at an elementary school level, with disastrous effects for themselves and the economy.
Have Americans developed cultures too different from each other to maintain the stability of the United States' political boundaries?
We shouldn't dwell in mom guilt, but we also should be wary of trying to wave all of it away. Sometimes it can tell us something important.
While the mainstream media makes its money off exciting headlines, it is important to remain calm in regards to the coronavirus.
"If we have less children today, we going to have less parents tomorrow, and even less children and so forth, you know?"
When every aspect of life is assumed under the label of political action it becomes very hard for people to simply live their lives.
When everything looks good and optimism is up, that’s a sure sign everything is about to tank.
Standing up to our current political and cultural climates takes guts.
The #MeToo movement has brought the realm of sexual relations back full circle so that marriage is the only logical place for sex.
“This isn’t working with these people here” sounds amusing when spoken by a child, but in the mouths of hateful adults, the words are a deadly poison.
The Communist superman that Trotsky anticipated remains just as much a work of fiction as DC Comic's Superman has always been.
Netflix's new dating show is yet another that offers the American public an extremely problematic view of what love ought to be.
Who is the sucker? He who doesn't understand modern art? Or he who affects to enjoy what is, in fact, an inferior work?
The #MeToo movement is focused on the wrong group of people. We should be worried about the elites instead of the ordinary men in our lives.
Acting now to boost your immune system is prudent. Here is how.
It's hard for businesses to reject undocumented emotional support animals, because the fines can far outweigh the societal cost of allowing a rogue animal in.
One Canadian doctor is advocating for normalizing euthanasia by having children watch their loved ones voluntarily die.
The transgender train keeps steamrolling over common sense and educational responsibility, as several recent stories demonstrate.
Powerful men with money and insatiable sexual appetites must take their chances in court, but if we destroy due process for the Harvey Weinsteins of the world it won’t be there for us and the ones we love when we need it.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the leader of the 1619 Project, needs to be more courageous in engaging with historians' criticisms of her work.
China is a very diverse country, but people of all walks of life are united by their dissatisfaction with Beijing's handling of the coronavirus.
Do we really know what socialism is? Would we sign up for it if we did?
The world is better off than it has ever been. So why do we fill our children with messages of doom and despair, instead of ones of hope?
Are the realities of the current economy making it impossible for the ideal of the nuclear family to exist in 21st century America?
According to Kevin Carey of the New America think tank, coronavirus in the U.S. could lead to “a vast unplanned experiment in mass home-schooling.”
In sharp contrast to Bernie Sanders' view of the world is that of Sakichi Toyoda, a man who had a profound respect for his employees.
Politicians rely on the tools of envy and greed to stir their audiences.
The inability to speak English doesn't stop someone from working, but it does make it easier to receive benefits from the Disability Insurance program.
We keep trying to divide each other by generation, but those distinctions make no sense and only serve to divide ordinary Americans.
Hidden away in an early chapter of Animal Farm, before the reader has caught even a whiff of Napoleon’s totalitarian ambitions, a single word reveals the moral rot at the core of Communism.
Bernie Sanders' candidacy may be more formidable than Republicans expect, just like Donald Trump's candidacy in 2016.
The objective of critical race theory? “Remake society so that the victim class eventually displaces the oppressors and becomes the new ruling class.”
Comprehensive Sex Education is forcing kids to learn about material they aren't ready for, at the expense of their education on history and other topics.
Gender experts have testified in court that humans can't change our gender. Why then do doctors still preform gender reassignment surgeries?
The British royals' approach to parenting is surprisingly down to earth, and their low tech approach to entertainment might be what we all need.
The eminent expert in communicating science botches his explanation.
American socialists want us to believe they are interested in our well-being. The truth is, they are interested first and foremost in power.
In 1921 the Tulsa Race Riots saw hundreds of people killed in one night of violence as 40 blocks of the city burned to the ground.
The TradWife movement is a valuable reminder about the fulfilling nature of working in service toward others, instead of just serving ourselves.
If Michael Bloomberg wins the presidency in 2020, America could have its first president with a "partner" rather than a wife.
Our professors told us we could find purpose in temporal affairs, yet we somehow lost the sense that we were a part of something greater. We substituted a wholehearted pursuit of “the truth” for “our truth.”
Democrats and Republicans both hold incorrect stereotypes about both the opposition party, and about their own party.
American reliance on Chinese pharmaceutical manufacturing presents us with a unique set of national security issues.
Michael Bloomberg's comments about farmers highlights a societal problem in how we view blue collar jobs, and farmers in particular.
Perhaps there’s still hope for American masculinity.
The New York Times' 1619 Project continues to take criticism from all manner of serious historians, much to the chagrin of its creators.
Is Christianity, now the butt of so many jokes and insults, really the institution to which we owe so many positive developments in history, as well as the freedoms we now take for granted?
A recent claim about transgender suicide received a sensational response in the media. Turns out it was based on weak evidence.
It's become common to say the United States is currently at the height of political and cultural divisions, but such a view reveals a lack of historical knowledge.
Sensitivity readers still follow religious guidelines, it's just the religion of political correctness instead of the priest, pastor, and rabbi that Lucy dealt with.
Filmmakers once fled to California to pursue freedom in making movies, now they're fleeing from California for the exact same reason.
Our modern technology makes it much easier to spread rumors and smear people. Might we need to take a step back, and treat our neighbors with more empathy?
Jordan Peterson is in the midst of the darkest period of his life, a situation that has caused much rejoicing among his supposedly compassionate critics.
Five of the biggest lessons I’ve gleaned from five years of balancing motherhood with freelance work.
Jimmy Fallon had a moment of panic when he thought he'd offended a drag queen and put his career in jeopardy.
Researchers at Northeastern University have a government grant to develop a device to monitor workplace interactions in an attempt to "revolutionize equality and diversity."
The Trad Wife movement has drawn the ire of feminists. Shouldn't we allow women to stay in the home if its what makes them happy?
Some easy ways families can work together, live below their means, and build meaningful connections with one another.
Don Lemon says he doesn't "believe in belittling people," but his recent laughing attack live on CNN shows he could use a dose of humility.
One man has made the journey through multiple genders, coming out on the other side with a warning for others.
It's possible that modern parents are doing their children a disservice by constantly striving to ensure they are not bored.
The 1619 Project claims that American history marginalizes African-Americans. Evidence suggests otherwise.
The Chinese Communist Party's increasing interference in academia in China is making it very difficult for researchers to do their jobs.
In a piece published by Robert Blatchford's socialist newspaper, G. K. Chesterton argued that the very nature of humanity makes socialism impossible.
Politics would be a lot less contentious if we didn't all take ourselves so seriously. We need to learn to laugh.
The biggest division in America is not over party or our views of President Trump, but instead over how we view the soul of America itself.
Civility is a two way street in politics, but more often than not we criticize our opponents' behavior while defending our own.
Why is it so difficult to have direct conversations about weight?
Valentine’s Day is coming men! You'd better prepare yourselves if you're going to weather this red and pink love fest.
The message of Netflix's "Marriage Story" is not one of liberation, but one of deep-rooted narcissism that tells us marriage is a trivial affair.
Unprincipled politicians are making New York streets and schools unsafe for the people they supposedly represent. Should we be surprised?
Super Bowl LIV's half time show was an introduction to pornography for a large segment of America who just wanted to watch a football game with their family.
The government won't just stop at trying to prevent us from talking. Now they're trying to tell us what we should be saying instead.
Will the deconstructionists win the battle for "Western Civilization"?
How is it that social conservatives are able to support a "crass, twice-divorced politican" such as Donald Trump for president?
Truth seems to be disappearing from universities' missions at an alarming rate. Can a focus on discovery and intellectual pursuits ever be recovered?
Dads today are much different than they used to be, and neither conservatives nor liberals quite know what to make of this change.
Brazil isn't all that different from the United States, but there are still things that Americans could stand to adopt from Brazilian culture.
Have humans become an indoor species?
Kobe Bryant's letter to his younger self reveals a great deal about the economic realities of modern American society and human nature.
Why is media glamorizing female violence against men? Surely all violence is to be discouraged... right?
The stories that pervade Reddit expose a deeply flawed American psyche, with its millions of suffering citizens.
Americans aren't associating like they used to, and have lost their sense of civic pride. Perhaps we can learn something from 19th century baseball players.
Budweiser's new commercial for Super Bowl LIV is one for the ages, as it extols the virtues of "Typical Americans."
Drag Queen Story Hour started on the West Coast and has spread at an alarming rate to schools and libraries across the United States.
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites thrive off of interactions, and they promote conflict to your feeds as a way to drive this traffic.
A society such as ours which “embraces total sexual freedom” soon comes to ruin.
Most people aren't global citizens, and the elites will do whatever they have to make the ordinary folk conform to their vision.
Miss Virginia is a can't miss movie about a mother's struggle to ensure her child has a chance at a decent education.
Philodoxer: lover of opinion.
Europe is undergoing seismic changes, and it is important in this time to understand the role of Christianity and Christian Democracy in Europe's past and present.
It’s an injustice to care about community character so much that you’ll use government power to block people’s access to affordable food.
How did we ever come to the assumption that society progresses as it moves along?
If J.R.R. Tolkien was a Titan, Christopher was Atlas, with the weight of a cosmology on his back.
For some reason, Second Amendment protesters are held to a much higher standard than the walking vulgarities of the Women's March are.
American parents are ready to bend over backwards to enable their kids' food autonomy. Could this be the exact opposite of what they should be doing?
City officials in Sweden are ordering a school cook to downgrade her meals in order to create lunch time equality.
Is our American fascination with English Royalty merely a throw back to our country's founding by English Protestants?
Left-wing media pundits are once again trying to smear pro-2nd Amendment protesters as racists, bigots, and white nationalists, among other terrible titles.
Millions of children today are raised, by default, to be slaves to group-think, addicted to endorphins released from a digital device, burdened with neural pathways so obliterated that nary a logical thought might pass from brain to lips…
The writers of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" just couldn't stop themselves from mischaracterizing conservative activist and author Phyllis Schlafly.
“Letter from a Birmingham Jail” rests on a basis that most modern people, especially the educated, reject.
CNN's cash settlement over Nick Sandmann's defamation suit might just set the standard for the press' legal footing going forward.