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'They Shall Not Grow Old' and the Rise of Moral Nihilism

'They Shall Not Grow Old' and the Rise of Moral Nihilism

They Shall Not Grow Old is an extremely painful and powerful film to watch.

How #BelieveAllWomen Could End Up Hurting Women

How #BelieveAllWomen Could End Up Hurting Women

Assuming the physically stronger party is always more likely to be guilty is absurd.

Is There a Threat to English?

Is There a Threat to English?

When it comes to language assimilation, neither of the standard assurances is convincing.

US Millenials Are Leaving Larger Cities

US Millenials Are Leaving Larger Cities

It is no longer cool to be young, single and live in Manhattan.

What One Professor Learned While Teaching Conservative Political Theory to Liberal Students
How YouTube AutoPlay Becomes Your Child’s Worst Nightmare

How YouTube AutoPlay Becomes Your Child’s Worst Nightmare

They’ll probably start out watching clips from innocuous shows like “Peppa Pig” or “Paw Patrol,” but it’s all too easy for them to end up in much darker territory.

Most Americans Can’t Pass a Basic Citizenship Test. Here’s Why We Should Be Worried.
Lara Logan is Right about Media Bias, but She Overlooks a Greater Threat

Lara Logan is Right about Media Bias, but She Overlooks a Greater Threat

As a former CBS News correspondent, Lara Logan's  assertions about media bias have real credibility. These charges are not new and fail to see the real danger to media with alternative viewpoints. 

Teaching Children 'No' in the Era of #MeToo

Teaching Children 'No' in the Era of #MeToo

Children have to be taught what no means. But how?

Why Stress Is One of the Best Predictors of High Life Satisfaction

Why Stress Is One of the Best Predictors of High Life Satisfaction

People may spend their lives seeking permanent solutions to ease feelings of stress in their lives. Such solutions may seem tantalizingly close; in reality, they are out of reach.

Adolescents Have a Fundamental Need to Contribute

Adolescents Have a Fundamental Need to Contribute

It’s time to move away from outdated stereotypes of adolescents as only selfish and dangerous risk-takers and to consider how they are ripe for learning about contributing to others and their communities.

What the Magic Kingdom and American Culture Have in Common

What the Magic Kingdom and American Culture Have in Common

Americans need not visit Orlando to go to Fantasyland .

Report on Covington Students Finds ‘No Evidence’ of ‘Offensive or Racist Statements’

Report on Covington Students Finds ‘No Evidence’ of ‘Offensive or Racist Statements’

“We see no evidence that students responded with any offensive or racist statements of their own."

The Missing Link in Rising Depression Rates?

The Missing Link in Rising Depression Rates?

Is there a connection?

Bad Quotes of Some Bad Presidents

Bad Quotes of Some Bad Presidents

"The government is in us; we are the government, you and I."

Pushing Up Daisies: Human Beings as Compost

Pushing Up Daisies: Human Beings as Compost

How we honor our dead tells others how we honor our living.

How to Know If You’re Truly ‘In Love’

How to Know If You’re Truly ‘In Love’

How do we know what true love looks like?

Could Parents Who Resist the Transgender Narrative Lose Their Kids?

Could Parents Who Resist the Transgender Narrative Lose Their Kids?

If parents stop a child from "transitioning," there could be "consequences."

What Every Young Man Needs to Know

What Every Young Man Needs to Know

Peterson and McKay agree that most young men have not heard positive encouragement.

No, Opposites Do Not Attract

No, Opposites Do Not Attract

Everyone seems to agree that opposites attract. But is it true?

Choosing to Spend Vacation... Behind Bars

Choosing to Spend Vacation... Behind Bars

South Korea has a unique kind of prison problem.

Feminism and the Burden of Freedom

Feminism and the Burden of Freedom

Ladies, we are being manipulated.

‘Pay What You Can Afford’ Runs Panera Out of Bread

‘Pay What You Can Afford’ Runs Panera Out of Bread

Panera has announced that it will close the last of its charitable stores, which allowed people to pay whatever they wished for a meal, because it was costing too much dough.

Is Diversity an Enemy of Excellence?

Is Diversity an Enemy of Excellence?

Diversity programs are evolving just as many have predicted: to erode academic standards and to promote second-rate fields and third-rate thinking.

A Rational Checklist is No Match for Emotions in Matters of the Heart

A Rational Checklist is No Match for Emotions in Matters of the Heart

Given the strong and complex feelings involved, you may be prone to the empathy gap in the search for the perfect partner.

Evidence Suggests Some Schools are Finally Freeing Students from the Bonds of Mediocrity

Evidence Suggests Some Schools are Finally Freeing Students from the Bonds of Mediocrity

"We suppress genius because we haven’t yet figured out how to manage a population of educated men and women. The solution, I think, is simple and glorious."

What Elizabeth Bennett Can Teach Us about Laughter

What Elizabeth Bennett Can Teach Us about Laughter

It's one thing to recognize that laughter has benefits, but how do we go about laughing more and cultivating a healthy sense of humor?

Fast Fashion on Its Last Legs — Thank Millennials

Fast Fashion on Its Last Legs — Thank Millennials

Are millenials killing the fast fashion industry or changing it for the better?

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