While we might have changed a lot since our high school days, according to Emily Esfahani Smith, author of "The Power of Meaning; Crafting a Life that Matters," (Crown, 2017, New York, New York), one attribute is still the same: we have a need to belong. In high school, this need to belong can influence and change attire, hairstyle and even actions.
Jackie Gingrich Cushman
When it comes to repealing and replacing Obamacare, defenders of President Barack Obama's signature domestic law constantly ask, "What about those with pre-existing illnesses?"
What are more important to the health of an intellectual movement: writers and academics, or investors and philanthropists?
The results of a new study were announced this week, and they are consistent with previous findings.
For some unfathomable reason, conservatives always seem to get excited when a moderately articulate post-puberty pundit comes along and parrots some simulacrum of conservative doctrine except it almost always ends up like when my retriever-corgi mix tries to walk on her stubby back legs and we gasp in delight, Look, Bitey thinks shes people!
Famous question: How do you eat an elephant? The answer, of course, is one bite at a time.
A few weeks ago in this space I asked a simple question: How many victims of illegal alien crime will be enough to make Democrats and the media care about illegal alien crime?
Schumer says he'll filibuster Gorsuch, but will it matter?
For the past four years, Cintas Corporation (a company that provides facilities maintenance supplies and services) has sponsored its "Janitor of the Year" contest.
Conservatives have rightly taken pride in Neil Gorsuch's calm and cerebral performance at his Senate confirmation hearings.
On the final day of Senate hearings for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, Democrats are weighing how to strike a deal with Republicans, as all signs point to confirmation.
In a sign of growing concerns about Russia’s provocative military and rhetorical moves near NATO nations, the Swedish Parliament has held war games for the first time in 20 years.
A rough translation of Maryland's state motto is "Strong Deeds, Gentle Words."
In the 1934 romantic movie "Death Takes a Holiday," Death assumes human form for three days, and the world turns chaotic.
Victor Davis Hanson
Liberals are ecstatic that a judge in Hawaii is writing immigration policy for the entire country, and that policy is: We have no right to tell anyone that he can't live in America. (Unless they're Christians -- those guys we can keep out.)
**Written by Doug Powers
Donald Trump slams the mainstream media a lot, but few outlets take more direct “fake news” shots to the chops than CNN. So this is how they prove him wrong?
No, seriously, that’s an actual report:
This. Is CNN.
**Written by Doug Powers
A teenage boy was told by his principal that he had to tolerate undressing in front of a female student and to make it as natural as possible, according to a blockbuster lawsuit filed in a Pennsylvania federal district court.
Gold rose after last weeks rate hike, as we have been predicting.
A Hawaii lawmaker who says she was pressured to give up her leadership post at the statehouse after criticizing President Donald Trump resigned Wednesday from the Republican Party.
President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan continue their last-minute push on Thursday to inch the American Health Care Act – Ryan’s vaunted ObamaCare replacement – over the finish line.