Should Americans have a right to garden in their own yards?
Reading seems to have a different effect on how individuals behave toward one another.
The Boys' Latin School has revived the dead language and made it a cornerstone in their curriculum for disadvantaged, minority students in Philly.
It appears that many Americans base their views on whether a particular authority figure holds them.
Have we gradually shamed little boys into avoiding bold, independent, and enterprising interests?
Would President Trump, Democrats, Republicans, and Independents do well to put the recent past behind and take Jefferson’s sage advice to heart?
Would we see a change for the better in the nation’s schools if education was placed back in the hands of local communities?
Thomas Jefferson recognized the value of making a list of goals to strive after.
Leno: “What are the Bill of Rights?”
Man-on-the-Street: Uh… thou shalt not steal?
Yes, we're in trouble.
I’m convinced our higher education system has lost just about every shred of common sense it had.
Is it possible that the next generation is on the verge of accepting today’s political opinions as historical fact?
Amazing what propaganda combined with a lack of knowledge can do...
They offer a lot more wisdom than today's platitudes.
A new poll suggests Americans answer that question differently than America’s Founders would have. Who’s right?
Trump is overlooking a key component of American greatness, but Thomas Jefferson had it right from the start.
Read what the ambassador of Tripoli told John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
The Sage of Monticello read much more than treatises on government.
Thomas Jefferson stole a bit from John Locke.
They will be without the ability or tools to think through and analyze media messages.
Too many gloss over that part of the Declaration of Independence.
Some say there is no longer any point in collecting books...
Highly unlikely next year's inauguration will address any of these topics.
Blame Woodrow Wilson for what it is today.
Thomas Jefferson might have the answer.
Harry Truman's quote is especially relevant.
“If the body be feeble, the mind will not be strong.”
A sobering reminder to those of us living in a media-saturated age.