Most of what schools teach about Western civilization is nonsense. Here are six truths you probably DIDN’T learn about the rise of the West.
We live in a time when the rule of law seems an archaic notion, especially in the highest positions of power. Matthew Spalding argues that this idea may be "the most significant and influential accomplishment of Western constitutional thinking."
Here’s something you won’t read about in the obituaries of Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall, who passed away on August 12. Paul Kengor fills in the missing history.
Lois Lowry’s classic YA novel has finally been adapted for the Big Screen. Conservatives have hailed it as a picture of how political correctness run amok can trample basic freedoms, and the perfect morality tale for Obama’s America. Things may not be quite that simple.
Gordon College in Massachusetts is under fire for seeking an exemption from an executive order that could force the Christian institution to change its moral standards. Will fighting this federal fiat means that students lost access to federal loans?
The end of starvation! Monumental advances in medicine, manufacturing, wealth production! Cheaper and more readily available goods! An American success story we can all take pride in? Of course not!
A new pro-liberty video competition comes with a $10K grand prize. Deadline: August 15.
If you read one book on economics this year , A Humane Economy should be it: a stand-out, accessible breviary on how economies flourish—and perish.
On campus after campus, professors and administrators act not as umpires between truth and truth but rather as gladiators in often-bitter fights over resources and policy.
Our “Worst” list reveals a remarkable number of volumes of sham social science of every kind.
Today, we lead with the fifty best books of the 20th century. Next week, we will present the fifty worst books.