Why Millennials Don’t Follow the Liberal Narrative






The standard narrative about today’s millennials is that they are unpredictable. They are very fluid and undefined. Despite this changeability, most people automatically assume that millennials are predictably liberal. The facts, however, tell a different story. Researchers who study the … Continue reading

Finding Happiness in the Lost Virtue of Duty






In the twenty-first century, the virtue of duty is paradoxically both greatly admired and shamefully despised. On the one hand, certain forms of duty, such as military service, are still widely appreciated. A common sight in airports, malls, and other … Continue reading

The Stuff Nobody Wants






 As those from the Depression and World War II eras die, their children are left to resolve a tragic problem that past generations did not face. The problem involves stuff nobody wants. The possessions of parents are no longer prized by … Continue reading

What Makes People Pay for a Walking Companion?






Sociologist Robert Nisbet once said that the quest for community cannot be suppressed. It is one of the most powerful needs of human nature. Through community, a clear sense of purpose and belonging is established. People feel they belong to … Continue reading

The Invisible Army That Occupies America






A 10-million-strong army has invaded America—and it’s weighing the country down with its social and moral crises. Over the past few decades, America has been invaded by an invisible army of ten million men. The impact of this army is … Continue reading

What Can We Expect for 2017?






As we enter 2017, many people are still recovering from the stress and drama of 2016. From a political, social and religious standpoint, 2016 was a year of unexpected and unimaginable turmoil. The year brought us to the edge of … Continue reading

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