For the majority of people, virtuous egoism is an oxymoron: they don’t think it is possible to be virtuous and pursue self-interest at the same time.
Religion’s alleged harmony with science is a fraudulent masquerade, extending only insofar as religious dogmas are not called into question.
Where are the feminists outraged by the Brandeis decision?
How did Adolf Hitler and the Nazis gain the power that they needed to commit such horror?
What can explain the increasingly comic book character of today’s movies? Is it coincidence, a “phase,” or something more inimical?
Hollywood is helping the Muslim Brotherhood and its sister organizations sabotage America with its own “miserable hands” by conforming to Sharia law.
Disney/ABC Family Group has capitulated to Islamic censorship, and has even “partnered” with a notorious Brotherhood affiliate to produce future Disney/ABC programs.
Obamacare isn’t the only government program that will eat up your money. There are all those government-grant funded studies on….food.
Putin may see six major geo-political weaknesses in the U.S. position.
Charter schools take power from politicians and bureaucrats, letting parents decide where their children will go to school. That is obviously offensive to those on the left, who think that our betters should be making our decisions for us.
If the Argentinians can reduce the size of their government and turn it from ruining the economy to protecting individual rights, there will be much to cheer for in Argentina.
There is little that the political and education establishment will do about the grossly fraudulent education received by many black youngsters, and more money is not the answer.
Science and religionists cannot collaborate without reason deferring to mysticism.
Ayn Rand called envy “the hatred of the good for being the good.” Instead of hating and envying the good, let’s love and thank the good for being the good.
Common Core, like public school, public housing, the U.S. Postal Service, the Transportation Security Administration, etc., are all one-size-fits-all government monopolies. For consumers, this is not a good thing.
I ended “Religion vs. The Arts” in The New Romanticist by noting that some of the most magnificent art of the past had religious themes or themes derived from religion (e.g., Michelangelo’s heroic “David,” the somber “Pieta,” and the indescribable Sistine Chapel). The subject of that art was man himself, with religion serving as a […]
As someone who used to read translations of official Communist newspapers in the days of the Soviet Union, I know that those papers’ attempts to degrade the United States did not sink quite as low as Howard Zinn’s book.
While there’s widespread teacher test cheating to conceal education failure, most notably among black children, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
A goal set at the right level of difficulty motivates you to do your best work.
Tthe implied threat of federal lawsuits based on racial body count among students who have been disciplined means that hoodlums in the classroom seem to have a friend in Washington.