Improving education isn’t simple. But four new talks from leading educational leaders and public intellectuals shed light on why it is vital to rethink how we do education reform and why we do it.
President Obama’s middle-class tax plan targeted dual-earner couples, offering nothing to middle-class families with a stay-at-home parent. How many families are we talking about?
The millennial generation has had much lower crime, divorce, and birth rates than previous generations. While partisan issues may explain some of the reason for this, millennials may behave better largely because they are expected to by their parents.
Journalists at NPR and the Center for Public Integrity are responsible for creating a moral panic over campus rape.
Abortion reform is a difficult issue to fight for, but someone needs to do it. Personal attacks may be hurtful, but Republicans need to stand up for what they believe.
Leon Kass discusses the exploration of human flourishing in Aristotle’s “Nicomachean Ethics” and its modern day implications.
Who was this man whose death was marked by such extraordinary attention and who, half a century later, remains a household name?
President Obama’s child-care tax credit proposals will help some parents and couples, but have nothing to offer families where one parent concentrates on home-based tasks.
D.C.’s lawmakers have plans for the next battle on immigration-citizenship. D.C. councilmembers introduced the Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act, a bill to grant non-American citizens residing in the D.C.-area the ability to vote in municipal elections.
Guess which kind of family was left out in the cold by President Obama as he unveiled his plan to help middle-class families in his State of the Union address? The traditional two-parent family with a single breadwinner.
How should we weigh the pros and cons of dual-income versus single-income families? The great thing about America: We don’t have to decide which is better for everyone — just for our own families.