There are quite a few subgroups – some of them surprising – that outnumber the national gay and lesbian contingent.
In the wake of the Charleston tragedy, racial tension is heating up. However, can bigotry alone really be considered the root cause of American violence?
Statistically speaking, quite a few other things—many of them surprising—pose greater risks to US citizens than the police.
The five steps I took to earn a degree without owing a dime to anybody.
At heart, social justice is just too damn vague a doctrine for anybody to intelligently support.
I think most students walk out of college more narrow-minded than when they walked in. They exit college being more codependent thinkers than independent thinkers.
Why scientific progress doesn’t always mean progression for humanity.
The First Amendment allegedly protects us from government abuses. Too bad it doesn’t do anything—at all—to protect us from the abuses of the general public.
An argument against the rampant over-prescription of psychiatric drugs for children.
Father’s Day is the least celebrated holiday in America. And if we keep decrying fatherhood’s importance the way we’re doing now, in a few generations we may not even know what a “father” used to be.