The city of Nogales is one of the few settlements that actually straddles the U.S.-Mexico border. In Nogales, Arizona, the average household income is $30,000.
The American Enterprise Institute invited dozens of college students from all corners of the map—I met friends from Venezuela, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and France—to their headquarters in Washington, DC to join ranks in the fierce competition of ideas.
The Values & Capitalism Young Scholar Award program seeks to foster high-quality academic research and writing by awarding $5,000 scholarships to up to six undergraduate students
In the contemporary United States, commercials are a cultural phenomenon. These mini films often have massive production costs and rake in serious cash for all kinds of companies.
If your graduation is looming, or you just became a recent graduate, I wanted to pen some reflections, advice, and words of encouragement
Last year, I gave a lecture to a group of students about dignity and humility. I made the case that when it comes to governing, treating the governed with respect requires those in positions of power to start from a place of modesty—appreciating others’ goodness, appreciating our own fallibility, and understanding what that means for public life.
Over the last several years, millions of Americans who did not graduate with a four-year degree are finding it harder to start a fulfilling career. One major cause? Degree inflation.
With the fast approaching movie release of “A Wrinkle in Time,” based on Madeline L’Engle’s children’s book, I decided to reread one of my childhood favorites before March 9th.
Recent years have seen a resurgence of thought about the age-old topic of Christian engagement in the public square. This is true in the United States in particular, where a historically Judeo-Christian culture is rapidly shifting, church attendance is declining, and once largely shared civic convictions are deteriorating.