Knowing the Bible would actually be an incredible help to students studying American history.
For the past four years, Deliverance San Diego has been delivering hot meals to the city’s homeless population every Friday, averaging 200 donated meals on any given evening.
The result of our relativistic society?
Different from the communists — who want to install the “dictatorship of the proletariat” — are the “democratic socialists,” who believe in a gradual method, and who also believe that one could maintain personal freedom under socialism.
Probably a majority of people would answer “yes” to that question. But how does that work in practice?
The Equality Act would add sexual orientation and gender identity to characteristics protected by the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The humanitarian lie is in important respects less horrifying than the totalitarian one, but it is rooted in the same contempt for the political nature of man and the same ignorance of the human soul.
The students from Covington Catholic were quickly denounced by many leading Catholics. They would have done well to wait.
Venezuela is facing a unique opportunity to re-establish democracy and freedom.
What would Homer say if he had the opportunity to not only see, but correspond with, those of us who live in the twenty-first century?
Governor Gavin Newsom’s first budget proposal, published last week, suggests instituting a tax on drinking water in the name of cleaning up California’s water systems.
Plato's Republic sheds profound light on the real problem.
A Seminar on Harvard, State Schools, and Everything in Between
Is Mr. Stone guilty of his alleged crimes? We don’t know.
The motif of the era we are living through has emerged as one of rebellion against the establishment and the oligarchy that perpetuates it. The larger question is whether some politically amorphous dissident army can upend the status quo.
Adult illiteracy is one of the most overlooked socio-economic problems in America.
To clear up the obvious confusion, promote what I consider to be my strongest advantage in life, and maybe even save myself a few awkward conversations, I present to you the three main things I’ve learned from homeschooling.
With a little restraint and common sense we wouldn't need her 'method' at all.
Is it time we "affirm the knight"?
It’s time, as well, to quit labeling and denigrating people we never speak to except when we need them to put out fires, haul our broken cars, repair our plumbing, and do any of the other myriad tasks that keep us safe and our belongings intact.
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.
While Ruth Bader Ginsburg may not be my favorite Supreme Court justice in terms of her jurisprudence, I deeply admire how she proved that she is just as capable as any man to sit on the highest bench in the nation.
It doesn’t really take that much money to be in the top 50 percent.
Many adults believe school did not give them the tools they need as adults.
They now want to control not just hateful language and racist language which we all agree is a bad thing, but everyday speech. ‘He’ and ‘she.’
Liberal politicians who understand economics privately harbor misgivings about minimum wage hikes, but they often publicly support minimum wage hikes anyway. Why?
A lie, when repeated often enough ...
It's splitting us down partisan lines and poisoning our social science.