U.S. taxpayers spend nearly $700 billion each year on K-12 public schooling and that eye-popping sum shows no sign of slowing.
The 70 percent tax rate figures prominently in the financial equation behind the “Green New Deal” proposal championed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Television writer Andrew Davies has complained that "it is now 'compulsory' to have a leading lady capable of fending for herself."
Can millennials blame Mr. Rogers for leading them astray?
Astronomer and chairman of the New York-based American Museum-Hayden Planetarium, Dr. Franklyn Branley, addresses the question.
Play the long-game with networking, and you’ll have a better experience doing it.
Maybe what we hope to derive from these tests is exactly what the commercials for them promise: a people, a place, and a tradition in a time that frequently offers us none of those.
Gilbert’s ideas are popular, but many popular ideas are wrong.
Does the return of divided government in the current Congress mean not much will happen over the next two years?
What is this idea of Hygge sweeping America and what are its origins?
The federal government has no skin in the game when it comes to shutting down monuments and national parks thousands of miles from Capitol Hill.
By cutting illegal immigration, Trump's wall could save the US $750 million per year.
There is simply no level of a minimum wage that can make sense when looked at as a Nash equilibrium problem, where we take logical steps from zero to infinity and then all the way back down to zero.
What makes your life meaningful? A recent Pew Research survey reveals that more Americans find meaning in money than in their faith.
Have we gone overboard on the entitlement-attitude toward chores?
The bill also permits parents to choose “X” on their newborn babies’ birth certificates.
Trump's success as a communicator may have something to do with the fact that he employs Aristotle's tips on effective rhetoric.
From the Democratic primary to the release of the Mueller report, it's sure to be a big year.
Merriam-Webster has picked the word 'justice' for 2018. But are we practicing the wrong definition of the word?
Busy actress and businesswoman Lo Bosworth does not work out every day and sleeps ten hours a night.
Castro's Communist regime has often been praised for improving literacy and health care in Cuba. 60 years of statistics paint a different picture.
John Lennon's "Imagine" will be played again at the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration. For many baby boomers, this song is the new national anthem.
Yet if we step back, we can think of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” as merely a milestone in the long process that brought the culture to where it is today.
If you are thinking about starting 2019 by filing for divorce, think again. It's a terrible idea.
The real battle is no longer between Left and Right; the Left has won two-thirds of the important political debates of our time. The real fight is now between up-and-down; those who comprise the elite and those who do not.
Technological advance continues and nothing seems to stop it or slow it down. Philosopher Ortega Y Gasset says that this is rooted in the nature of man.
Chesterton did not like to be called a conservative. He classified himself as a reactionary.
When drawing up your New Year's Resolutions, put forgiveness at the top of the list.