Big Business and Big Education have a hand in our boys’ failure to thrive.
Master and Commander: Far Side of the World is slavish to reality in trivialities, and pure fantasy in much greater, more complicated matters.
Peter Weir’s cult classic suggests that something is lost in a world without hierarchy.
I like to think that I first saw Peter Weir’s Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World under near ideal circumstances—…
Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon says the usual things about America’s racial demons, and says some of them well.
Could the pawpaw heal America?
State of the Union: American Moment President Saurabh Sharma will also take on the responsibilities of the Edmund Burke Foundation’s executive director.
Some labels are just about chasing normal people out of the polite mainstream.