There’s a creative strain that has haunted film, television, and streaming services for the past decade. Though the seedlings of this strain have been around for a long time, it has now become a cornerstone of entertainment, which makes it …READ MORE
Frivolity is killing America.
That’s an overstatement, but it’s not too far from the truth. While the neglect of morals, absolute truth, and traditional sex roles is clear from even a cursory glance at society, the slow degradation of the …READ MORE
The crisis at the southern border is getting worse.
On Jan. 20, U.S. Customs and Border Protection released data for the preceding month. The numbers were concerning. In December alone, agents had 251,487 encounters with migrants, a 7 percent increase …READ MORE
Now, there’s a title that will wake the woke, particularly females, and send them roaring my way with brickbats and scalping knives. That word “handle” in particular splashes kerosene on the fires of rage, implying as it does some sort …READ MORE
When I was eight years old, a little girl moved in across the street. Since Katie* was an only child and the daughter of two working parents, she spent a fair amount of time at my house, imagining and playing …READ MORE
Anyone who’s recently visited a hospital in America knows the system is broken. Prices are outrageous, answers are slim, and insurance companies are insufferable. Each time I think about how the medical system in America is terrible, one of the …READ MORE
One of my favorite current sources of unintentional humor, NPR, provided another comedy jewel the other day.READ MORE
In the wake of COVID-19, people now overwhelmingly believe that the education system’s broader purpose needs to be rethought. This begins with a shift away from standardized testing, college prep and a one-size-fits-all model and toward personalized curricula, practical skills …READ MORE