Putting Title IX realities in perspective.
Are the adults in the room being thwarted?
1967 flower power harvested weeds of chaos. Trust me, I was there.
David Kinnaman: Christian schools and parents must prepare young for life in exile
Gay rights’ success means losing neighborhood distinctiveness
Claim: that it closes off the pedagogical possibilities of wonder
Pursuing regime change in Iran would be an immoral, dangerous policy that the U.S. would almost certainly come to regret.
Canadian importation would spur boom in killer fentanyl.
But they will lower costs for consumers.
Ross Douthat and Yuval Levin on counting the BRCA’s phantom chickens
If bad training is partly to blame for fatally bad performance, can the trainers be sued?
Intersectionality means ‘the loony left self-cannibalizes’
Overprotective parenting is a threat to democracy.
Relying more on the Declaration than the Constitution, the Court followed Loving’s precedent understandably.
We are going to find out how far the Saudis and their allies are prepared to take their rivalry with their neighbor.
New Orleans shouldn’t have removed its Robert E. Lee statue.
Rural communities need the regional dynamism that metropolitan areas provide.
An trigger-happy society acquits a trigger-happy cop
No government with any self-respect would submit to these demands.
MBS’ short, lousy foreign policy record tells us we should expect more bad judgment and reckless behavior from the Saudis
The Benedict Option as a version of Francis Schaeffer’s influential 1976 book — but for a post-Christian world
Trump’s policy protects communist dictatorship
Is there a cultural connection between America’s endless wars and the Castile verdict?
Hint: Al Jazeera, Muslim Brotherhood, and the Arab Spring.