Telling, reading, and role-playing a story are some useful classroom activities for teaching moral values in schools. Moral values learned in class will remain with children throughout their lives.
Politics aside, take a look at the damage illegal aliens are doing to America
Richard Kuklinski, known as the Iceman, was a brutal and sadistic killer and torturer who was feared throughout the underworld. He was for many years a top mafia hitman, murderer, and enforcer.
Addressing the problems with "Family Guy" and the messages it offers to viewers (primarily the youth).
A look at some of the famous human oddities of the Golden Age of Freak Shows; part one of a three part series examining the phenomen of exhibiting human oddities from 1830-today.
Suggestions to prevent shootings like the one in Parkland, Florida are based on faulty assumptions about the nature of shooters. This article examines misconceptions about the predictability of such crimes. While proposals for change are worthwhile, their ability to reduce gun violence are limited.
"...So many lies have been written about us, the mountain people, that folks from other states have formed an image of a gun-totin', tabaccer -spittin , whiskey drinkin', barefooted, foolish hillbilly who never existed except in the minds of people...
Christ's color is a touchy topic. It changes the gospel of the bible completely. Some say it doesn't matter. So why make him white? Find out the root of his image here and how it was changed.
Wednesday again; where does the time go? Last week we wrapped up Ray Bradbury's, The Veldt, and ended with a look at our next short story. The children left with their copies of F. Scott Fitzgerald's, The Cut Glass Bowl, and one very simple...
Why it is important that women begin appreciating the powerful gift of her feminine energy and her unique ability to uplift mankind, according to Rabbi Boteach.