A study by Princeton and Yale researchers turns a common political narrative on its head.
Emory University history professor Michael Bellesiles published the book Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture. Only it wasn't as academic as it was first thought.
New York City is spending more on pensions than on infrastructure. The City has 215 billion in debt. How long can New York sustain this?
G. K. Chesterton's life offers an example.
The violin is playing.
The Broadway star of Hamilton has some sage advice about maintaining sanity in this day and age.
The “gender wage gap” is as real as unicorns and has been killed more times than Michael Myers.
Amid this holiday season of reflection, I’m thinking about America’s future.
Rapid turnover at the White House can easily be mistaken for incompetence or bewilderment, but that is not always the case.
As a parent, you should wonder: What are the schools trying to hide?
The danger with popularizing socialism is that it sounds reasonable, but it never works.
Witch hysteria relies on a protean concept of “evidence.”
Ex-Presidents have generally retired from public life and refrained from criticizing their successors. Unfortunately, this traditional seems to be changing.
The findings—which run counter to the conventional wisdom that gun control saves lives—have received almost no media attention.
Let’s run through just a few “triggering” things that political Christmas has already contaminated this holiday season.
Wall Street executives have reacted to the #Metoo with mass conversions to the Pence Rule: no meetings with women alone.
Chicago is proof that there is almost nothing that government entities won’t try to tax.
Are Americans who admire the world’s most brutal regimes miseducated or stupid?
More than a dozen Michigan lawmakers support a resolution in the state’s House of Representatives pressuring fast-food chains like McDonald’s to eliminate “gender-classified” toys from their children’s meals.
Why do the nations rage? I don't know. Maybe because they're out of ammo culturally.
Put the propaganda aside. There is a right way to familiarize students with important social issues through real literature.
A UK perspective on the rise of moralitis and the hypocrisy which accompanies it.
Like most new inventions, after the fact, the Instant Pot might seem like a mere technological accomplishment. Why couldn’t socialist planners mobilize scientists and do the same thing?
"Getting rid of political strife would be like whitening the yellowed teeth of a smoker. It would simply erase one characteristic of a toxic situation, camouflaging problems that go much deeper."
Can a patriot be a nationalist and vice versa? If not, why not?
This Single Mom Was Told to Raise $10k for a Heart Transplant and People Are Outraged. They Shouldn’t Be
Why readers assume something as complicated as a heart transplant could possibly be “free” is anyone’s guess.
Katie, Alice, and Lisa are strong and independent feminists. They also love their husbands, daughters, and sons, and take pride in what they do as mothers, wives, and women.
She has conceded the essence of the rightist—and, by the way, centrist—critique of the open-borders approach to immigration.