By using a patent falsehood and disregarding key facts, the Post paints a picture of illegal immigration and crime that is diametrically opposed to reality.
Those who smear an entire part of the population with the label “white privilege” paint with far too broad a brush.
A local news documentary about Seattle’s rampant homelessness and drug-abuse crisis has touched a nerve with the city’s residents.
We keep artificially inflating the price of labor—through increases in the minimum wage—and are shocked when it makes it harder or even impossible for low-skilled workers to find work.
Jordan Peterson and Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek will debate “Happiness: Capitalism vs. Marxism" in April.
Don’t fool yourself. Everyone is a potential target. Anyone can be called out.
It turns out that this paradox of isolation and connection is nothing new. Fyodor Dostoevsky observed a similar trend in his own day.
Time seems to go faster as we age. When we were children, the school year and then the summer seemed to stretch forever. As adults, we wonder where the time went.
Is Equal Pay Day based on misleading claims?
In the end, we can have individual justice or we can have social justice, but we can’t have both
Education freedom begins when government compulsion ends.
What’s the draw? Why, in an age of video games, technology, and other dazzling work opportunities are these little boys so eager to head back to the farmer’s life?
I also wonder if Jussie Smollett ever encountered a university administrator who taught him that one could gain power by feigning impotence and claiming victimhood. If so, that would explain a lot
Peterson fights back tears, and gives an answer of startling humility.
The motives of these bad actors are diverse, but they share a common denominator.
I am speaking out because I love my daughter. She has been a victim of “gender affirming” medical procedures, and I was powerless to stop doctors from harming her.
“He is also guilty of a moral crime,” Emanuel added, “which is to use the hate crimes to advance his career for his own selfish reasons.”
Caregiving is important. The mind-numbing, ordinary, unseen, everyday sacrifices have an impact far beyond what we see in the present.
If we’re tired of seeing this promising generation flounder, then perhaps they’re at least entitled to being shown a better way forward.
Our elites believe they can engineer complex systems and institutions from the top, and thereby control national and global conditions. But our tech-based systems have outgrown such deterministic control.
“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two makes four,” Winston Smith tells us. “If this is granted, all else follows.” When I read this line 25 years ago I didn’t understand what Orwell was saying. Now I do.
Are we so committed to the idea of equality that we look the other way when facts show us that differences between the sexes exist?
Those radicals of the 1960s seem to have won the game. Or have they?
Hipsters, like many Americans, have confused the plethora of consumer-oriented diversions and incessant internet interactions with living a wholesome life.
A recent study from Australia reveals the factors that enable students to excel. Hint: money isn't one of them!
What has our country become that we can tear down the doorway of a family who has a child with a high fever that disagrees with their doctor?
Could it be that we need more boredom?
When an old person dies, a library burns to the ground.