Winning the Culture War One Avocado Skirmish at a Time

Winning the Culture War One Avocado Skirmish at a Time

Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, of “avocado” skirmishes, and we might just win ourselves a culture war.

That Poll on Socialism Is Not as Alarming as It Seems

That Poll on Socialism Is Not as Alarming as It Seems

Once you drill down into the poll, you find out something very different from what the above finding suggests. It turns out that the same people who say they like socialism do not like government.

Living Alone:  More Common and More Unhealthy?

Living Alone: More Common and More Unhealthy?

It should not be surprising that if social animals such as humans live alone, this will have a negative impact on their mental health.  

The War on History Comes for George Washington

The War on History Comes for George Washington

The perpetual war on history now has the father of our country in its sights.

The Duchess of Cambridge on the Benefits of a Childhood Lived Outdoors

The Duchess of Cambridge on the Benefits of a Childhood Lived Outdoors

Over the weekend, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, debuted her garden design for the Chelsea Flower Show. The whole family came along making for some adorable photos.

Three Reasons Flawed Capitalism Is Still Better Than Perfect Socialism

Three Reasons Flawed Capitalism Is Still Better Than Perfect Socialism

Although it is flawed, Americans might do well to consider that their economic system of free market capitalism may be their saving grace from something much worse.  

'Free' College Would Depreciate the Value of College Degrees Even More

'Free' College Would Depreciate the Value of College Degrees Even More

When government pays for free college, it is risking the money of the average taxpayer.

California Makes Housing Scarcer

California Makes Housing Scarcer

Rather than expand the supply of housing, the California legislation is moving to shrink the supply of housing instead.

Why the Elites Look Down on Manual Labor

Why the Elites Look Down on Manual Labor

We should always remind the working class that their “undignified” work should be celebrated.

The Good Christian Men Will Be out There... Eventually

The Good Christian Men Will Be out There... Eventually

The good men will be out there eventually, they are just taking a very long time to mature.

How One Contrarian ‘Broke’ Jeopardy! and Won $1.7 Million

How One Contrarian ‘Broke’ Jeopardy! and Won $1.7 Million

James Holzhauer doesn't skirt the rules, he just plays unconventionally---a good tableau for life.

'Where Do We Get Such Men?'

'Where Do We Get Such Men?'

What building blocks of virtue make up those men, young and old, who sacrifice themselves so that others may live?

What's Behind the Belief in a Soulmate?

What's Behind the Belief in a Soulmate?

It’s not surprising that even at a time when fewer Americans may be turning to God, they are still looking for their one true soulmate.

The New SAT ‘Adversity Score’ Turns the Idea of Meritocracy Into a Sham

The New SAT ‘Adversity Score’ Turns the Idea of Meritocracy Into a Sham

The College Board will now assign an “adversity score” to SAT test takers, “calculated using 15 factors including the crime rate and poverty levels from the student’s high school and neighborhood.”

Underemployment: The American Economy's Biggest Underreported Story

Underemployment: The American Economy's Biggest Underreported Story

Underemployed is defined as an individual with a college degree who has a job that only requires a high school diploma.

'Gray Divorce': Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

'Gray Divorce': Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

Some baby boomers are ending long term first marriages and jumping back into dating. But finding a new partner after a "gray divorce" is complicated.  

Most Millennials Say They’ll Be Millionaires Someday. Is Their Optimism Misplaced?

Most Millennials Say They’ll Be Millionaires Someday. Is Their Optimism Misplaced?

If you ask millennials today whether they’ll ever be rich, they will tell you that yes, their futures are bright. But is their optimism warranted?

Smart Ways to Make College Cheaper and Better

Smart Ways to Make College Cheaper and Better

For the high cost of college, what do students learn?

City Fines Elderly Man $30,000 Over Uncut Grass, Tries to Steal His Home

City Fines Elderly Man $30,000 Over Uncut Grass, Tries to Steal His Home

Individuals should not have to engage in lengthy legal battles to avoid excessive fines and enjoy the liberty to peacefully do as they wish on their own property.

Where Are the Good Christian Men?

Where Are the Good Christian Men?

The burning question many young women are asking.

Two Ways of Dying

Two Ways of Dying

There is another way to die, and to live. 

In Demonizing Our Opponents, We Only Demonize Ourselves

In Demonizing Our Opponents, We Only Demonize Ourselves

We forget this vital truth.

Internet Hate-Speech Rules Harm Mainstream, Normal Speakers

Internet Hate-Speech Rules Harm Mainstream, Normal Speakers

The concept of hate speech has expanded to include commonplace views about racial or sexual subjects.

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