Christmas spending is down substantially this holiday season. So, too, is Christmas giving.
The latest political scandal involving Illinois Governor Blagojevich comes as no surprise. Americans have been inundated with scandal after scandal.
If actions speak louder than words, what do recent events at a New York state Walmart say about the state of American culture?
Thanksgiving came at a difficult time this year.
"Do to others as you would have them do to you."
The election of the first African-American President of the United States on Tuesday was a great moment in American history.
The current economic crisis is impacting millions of Americans in their daily lives.
While they often described themselves as "conservatives," their walk was very different from their talk.
Everybody knows that incentives impact behavior.
We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise.
A burden. That is how influential medical ethics expert Baroness Warnock views people suffering from dementia.
Weisberg argues that pro-life "extremism" is inherently at odds with promoting stable, two-parent families.
Sarah Palin's pick as John McCain's running mate has provoked predictable paroxysms from the Left about her religion.
"Here ruining people is considered sport," so concluded Vince Foster in what many believe was his suicide note. "Here" is Washington D.C., and the instrument of ruination is the politics of personal destruction.
The poison peddled by the euthanasia movement here in the United States continues to take its toll.
"At what point does a baby get human rights, in your view?" Most people have a ready answer to this question.
"The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed — for lack of a better word — is good."
Change! It's the mantra of the political season. But what kind of change—from what to what?
Think you're in good hands with your insurance company? Think again.
Since racial hatred has animated some of the worst atrocities in history, one would think that an opportunity for nations to come together and seek solutions to racial tensions would be welcomed.
When it comes to getting a good education, apparently, there's no place like home. When homeschooling first came into prominence in the late 1980's many viewed it with skepticism.
Secularists have exploded over the passage of the "Louisiana Science and Education Act". The Act was recently signed into law by Governor Bobby Jindal after having been passed by an overwhelming majority of the Louisiana legislature.