Pointing out the obvious is bound to get you into trouble these days. No matter how well intentioned you might be, good faith debate across the aisle seems harder to come by. This stifling atmosphere has contributed to a sense …READ MORE
About 18 months ago, I was reading for review Rachel Hollis’s self-help book Didn’t See That Coming: Putting Life Back Together When Your World Falls Apart. At one point, Hollis is talking to her friend Greg and apologizes for …READ MORE
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) has released the scores for this year’s reading and math evaluations. And it’s not flattering. The Nation’s Report Card revealed that math scores for fourth-graders fell five points since 2019, while those for …READ MORE
Two Saturdays ago, I had a magical experience. I returned to my late mother’s hometown for a memorial service for one of her best friends—one of three she had known from the time she was five—and exchanged stories at graveside …READ MORE
For seven years, I slogged through the public school system before my parents made the decision to homeschool. At the time, I couldn’t understand why they were so concerned about making the switch.
Frankly, I wasn’t learning anything in public …READ MORE
Blonde is a controversial recent film about Marilyn Monroe. It’s a dark and queasy film about sexual exploitation – the story of how a stunningly beautiful woman was chewed up and spat out by Hollywood.
Even the positive reviews – …READ MORE