From the comfort of our armchair, The Office shows us what we see in others, we can see in ourselves.
While public opinion has softened toward socialism, the public’s perception of what socialism is has shifted.
It’s unfortunate, of course, that we need projects and play clubs to grant our children a taste of the freedom and fun we enjoyed as kids.
Today the revolution has passed over the once-edgy Obama (“bring a gun to a knife fight”). Now to the Left he sounds more like a crabby Bill Cosby ranting about falling-down trousers.
When you or someone close to you is facing the worst kind of tragedy, some kind of death (because every bad thing is some kind of death), you want to help. But you think: “There’s nothing I can do!”
If Darwinism was true, did it need to be touted as “still true?”
What would Homer tell us if he was alive today?
In all likelihood, assisted dying patients will have to take their chances, along with those tormented prisoners on gurneys in American prisons.
New economic research suggests their latest experiment is not going as planned.
The future will judge us. If we are fortunate, our descendants will extend to us more understanding and mercy than we have recently shown our ancestors.
In essence, Marie Kondo and Jordan Peterson are encouraging and equipping people to pull their lives together.
Hey, I don’t even like Westerns, but I believe it would be appalling to drive John Wayne out of the public square.
Colorado is joining a list of states attempting to overturn the way Americans have selected their presidents for over two centuries.
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.
Every parent has been there, and it’s every parent’s worst nightmare.
There is a strong prospect that 2020 will see the emergence of a new leftist president who represents democratic socialism of the European style—a brand of politics eschewed by America since at least the end of World War II.
There needs to be a major cultural shift away from the belief that college is a one-size-fits-all requirement for success.
Are economic sanctions an effective way to remove Venezuela’s satrap from power?
Arthur Schopenhauer should be named as the official philosopher of the internet.
Some journalists and commentators, anxious to prove American bigotry and blind to their own, throw gasoline onto the pyres of hatred.
In 1971, John Lennon asked us to imagine a world with "no heaven," "no hell," "no religion," and "nothing to kill or die for."
A federal judge's ruling that women must be included in a potential military draft is based on incomplete information.
New York State Budget Director Robert Mujica is not pleased his state is missing out on Amazon’s second headquarters.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asked the question in a video she posted on social media this weekend.
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.
Neither racism nor subjectivity is the primary cause of the higher black suspension rate.
The real reason so many millennials gravitate toward Bernie Sanders.
Studying the liberal arts may seem like a one way road to unemployment. Nothing could further from the truth.