We live in an age that attempts to build upward by destroying foundations.
Is it possible that simply teaching young people to address their elders by last name would help to restore some level of respect for authority while also building up the family unit?
In the piece, Keohane recreates a scene on the beach from the famous William Golding novel, but this time, with language that you might find on modern college campuses.
It might hint at our current leadership challenges in politics and business.
"Despite marrying at older ages, Americans are actually marrying sooner in their lifetime than they did a century ago."
In the long run, does our society need to do better at encouraging a healthy view toward the importance of parenting?
It's a little scary how dependent Americans have become upon the government and present system.
Let's honestly consider Europe's mass-migration challenge.
He thought the “greatest of all divisions in the history of the West” was between the time of Jane Austen (1775-1817) and his own time.
What happens when our schools don’t focus on the same education goals as those of the Founders?
I barely knew him, but he left a journal and it might help you.
Cavanaugh argues that the way the free market understands freedom eventually leads to greater imbalances of power and the diminishment of freedom.
Obviously, we’re in a secular age. But what kind? Charles Taylor, author of the seminal book A Secular Age gives 3 definitions.
Naturalism may be insupportable as a worldview, but when generations now have had it beaten into them from the earliest age, is it really a surprise when there are those who take it seriously and act accordingly?
Have iPad initiatives been misguided?
Here is what Western civilization has traditionally meant by the term "courage."
Is it time to explore other avenues besides medication to deal with children who can’t sit still, have difficulty remembering instructions, or who need continual adult supervision?
Civilizations are built on stories. We're forgetting ours.
As it turns out, teachers and homeschoolers may share some of the same critiques about today’s public education system.
5 important and largely unknown quotes.
These past few days, I’ve received two reminders about how stressful work is for many Americans today.
Libraries are evolving in a surprising way.
At a town hall meeting in Iowa, President Obama put in his two cents on the increasingly intolerant and censored atmosphere of today’s college campuses.
In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle contended that just as other things have a purpose for which they are made, or a function they are called to perform, so human beings must also have an ultimate purpose.
By now you’ve most likely heard about the increasingly sanitized, PC culture that is coming to predominate on college campuses. And on a weekly basis you witness a public figure self-immolate in an attempt to quell the frenzied demand of a mob for an apology.
We hear a lot about equality these days: equality in income, education, marriage, gender, race, class – the list could go on.
I wonder if universal Pre-K will be detrimental to both rich and poor alike.