To many, Christmas is the season of angels, and I’m not referring to Clarence Odbody, George Bailey’s fictional guardian angel (Second Class) in the perennial holiday favorite It’s a Wonderful Life.
It came as a shock last week to learn that Bibles had been banned at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
What do you think about standardized tests?
Now, I want to share something fun and educational with you.
Although he struck many of us as something of a curmudgeon, I enjoyed watching and reading Andy Rooney over the years.
Somebody once said that running into debt isn't so bad. It's running into creditors that hurts.
By now you’ve probably heard the story of an Ohio mother whose 8-year-old son was taken away from her because of the boy’s weight.
It happened again last week, this time at a 7-Eleven in Silver Spring, Maryland.
A chronicle of the Pilgrims' arrival at Plymouth, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton.
He arrived at a time when the nation was fearful and fighting malaise, hungry for a hero to root for, eager to find hope amidst the dark clouds of uncertainty.
Tomorrow’s celebration of Thanksgiving conjures up so many memories for all of us. As I’ve shared in the past, my recollections of the holiday as a child bring with them a mixed bag of emotions.
Paul Harvey,the late radio legend, shares an essay at the 1978 National F.F.A. (Future Farmers of America) Convention.
I was on a recent flight with our family and encountered something unexpected.
It is in the act of discussion, suggested the late Christian writer C.S. Lewis, that you rouse the patient's reason. And when such a deliberation is approached thoughtfully and pointedly on a stage, you awaken the senses and stir the hearts of the audience, too.
It's common to wax nostalgic for the past, to suggest that the "good old days" weren't just good - but great. If only we could turn back the clock, so the logic goes, all would be well.
Fred Barnes is the executive editor of the Weekly Standard and an astute political writer and commentator. I want to call your attention to his most recent column. It was titled “Hidden Persuaders: The unheralded gains of the pro-life movement.”
What would you say if I told you that a Texas Appeals Court has just elevated the value of a person's pet over the value of people in some instances?
The late Nobel laureate in economics, Milton Friedman, warned many years ago that the more government does for the family, the less those in the family are likely to do for themselves.
For years, Brad Wilcox and his colleagues have been studying the positive impact of marriage on the culture.
In the process of doing some research, one of my colleagues came across a poignant Veterans Day tribute. It dates back over 45 years, but the sentiments are powerful and timeless.