The world has been considering what it would mean to lose one of the masterpieces of medieval Christendom for all time. There is widespread agreement that such a loss would be profound.
What shape will the cathedral’s renovation take? Who will decide which alterations “improve” on the original?
It may sound like a dark chapter out of a history book, but Venezuela is happening right now, and millions are suffering.
A dangerous precedent is being set.
A recent study from Australia reveals the factors that enable students to excel. Hint: money isn't one of them!
A New Zealand bookstore stopped selling Jordan Peterson’s book in light of the Christchurch mosque shootings, but continues offering “Mein Kampf.”
Should New Zealand follow in Australia's footsteps with gun restrictions?
Lots of things poisoned Brenton Tarrant's mind. But why hasn't anyone mentioned divorce?
Failure to reform the national health system has led the government to collapse in one of the most statist governments following the Nordic model.
One study recently revealed that nine out of 10 college students admitted to cheating on their exams and papers.
Women are constantly starring as victims of the male patriarchy, of inequality, of sexual/physical/emotional/abuse.
With children in tow, my parents escaped oppression and a lack of human rights—the right to pursue happiness and the right to own property.
Are economic sanctions an effective way to remove Venezuela’s satrap from power?
Alexandra Tolstoy's images portray the simplicity and the peacefulness that we all secretly crave for ourselves and our children, but feel we never can attain in our fast-paced modern world.
To understand the misleading narrative, we must look to the era of narrative-driven journalism and the politicization of society, both of which subjugate truth to ideology and politics.
When it comes to language assimilation, neither of the standard assurances is convincing.
Richard Nixon's opening to China and not Watergate is what defined his presidency.
It has never been a safer world in which to be a child.
South Korea has a unique kind of prison problem.
Who is the rightful president?
Venezuela can quickly recover from its disastrous experiment with Socialism. Germany and Hong Kong provide good models.
The difference between the liberality of the liberal arts and the censorship imposed by political liberals is that advocates of the liberal arts invite the “heretics” to the great conversation whereas political liberals seek to silence them as dangerous dissidents.
Probably a majority of people would answer “yes” to that question. But how does that work in practice?
Venezuela is facing a unique opportunity to re-establish democracy and freedom.
When the first demonstrations on the streets of Paris were reported nine weeks ago, nobody could have foreseen the endurance, the tenacity and the viral effect of the Yellow Vests movement.
A new report notes that, by some measures, Denmark and the Nordic “socialist” countries have more economic freedom than the United States.
With the post-war German economy in ruins, a little-known economist named Ludwig Erhard suggested a bold kick start: replace the old currency with the Deutsche Mark and lift all economic controls. It worked. The German economy boomed.
Parents have a natural right and responsibility to raise and educate their children, not the state.