Reintegration Project Offers Market Solution For Recidivism

Kelvey Vander Hart: The MilLiberty Initiative’s Reintegration Project is a wonderful market-based solution for recidivism.

Reflections on the End of Racism (Part I)

Phil Bair: Dinesh D’Souza’s book, The End Of Racism, is based on empirical evidence and facts, which is as rare as intelligence is in our modern social climate.

A Movie We Don’t Need

Shane Vander Hart: The Hunt comes at a time of escalating political vitriol and a growing acceptance of political violence in our country.

New Study Reveals Harm From Abortion Pills

A Franciscan University study provides additional evidence of the harmful biological and behavioral effects of drug-induced abortion.

Amazon Now Decides What Information You Can Consume

Sarah Kramer: Amazon recently removed books that help people struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction or gender confusion.

An Inspiring Movie About the Life of Harriet Tubman Coming Soon

Cynthia Erivo stars as runaway slave and abolitionist Harriet Tubman in the Focus Features film Harriet to be released in theaters on November 1, 2019.

Fight Hateful Speech With More Speech, Not Less

Kelvey Vander Hart: The key to fighting against hateful speech? More speech, not less.

Most Biologists Believe Life Begins at Conception

Mat Staver: “Despite how much politicians try to use euphemisms to deny it, every human life begins at conception, and thousands of biologists now confirm this truth.”

Be For Things More Than You’re Against Things

Kelvey Vander Hart: It is far more interesting and effective to be for things more than you are against things.

APA Promoting Open Relationships

Mat Staver: “The Task Force on so-called ‘Consensual Non-Monogamy’ is more evidence that the American Psychological Association has lost it way.”

The Three-Fifths Myth

Phil Bair: Journalists and commentators are still telling us that blacks were considered “three-fifths of a person” by those who drafted the Constitution, it’s not true.

Read The Declaration of Independence

A good way to celebrate our Independence Day is to read the document that started it all, our Declaration of Independence.

Oreos Get Woke

On the last day of Pride Month, Oreo launched their new special edition “Pronoun Packs” in partnership with the National Center for Transgender Equality.

The Misguided Criticism of Walmart

Phil Bair: It’s time the silly accusations against Walmart finally go away. There are better things to do with the life we’ve been given than erroneously judging our neighbor.

Rejecting the Nonsense of Reparations

Phil Bair: Does it make sense to indiscriminately force all white people to pay reparations to all black people for slavery? The answer is in the question.

The Critical First Years of the Parent-Child Relationship

Erica Komisar: “Family is something that is undervalued. We give it a lot of lip service is this culture…, but we really don’t put our money where our mouth is.”