A senior Defense Department official said the ban on women in combat should be lifted because the military's goal is "to provide a level, gender-neutral playing field." I'd like to think the goal of the military should be to have the toughest, meanest fighting force possible. But let's look at "gender-neutral playing field."
A look at the points that Ron Paul raises in his controversial tweet regarding the murder of Chris Kyle.
On the heels of my recent article on women in combat, in which I defend traditionalism, it’s perhaps a good time to also take up the cudgels for that bugaboo of women’s studies classes: the housewife.
During this Black History Month, all lovers of liberty would be well served to follow the lead of a forgotten defender of the Old Right, black conservative and paleo-libertarian Zora Neale Hurston.
The University of Michigan has booted an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship group off campus for refusing to knuckle under to the college's non-discrimination policy.
Should we accept any social norm that discourages the cultivation of a sex’s respective qualities or serves to masculinize women or feminize men? If warfare isn’t a masculine endeavor, what is? And if putting women in military uniforms, giving them weaponry, and teaching them to be warriors doesn’t masculinize them, what does? And what does it say about our society that the masculinization of women has reached this advanced stage?
Christian and conservative leaders are decrying the latest "compromise" offered by the Obama administration to supposedly address concerns over the violation of religious liberties in the HHS contraception mandate.
A Wisconsin county is defying the Freedom From Religion Foundation's attempt to stop its 50-plus year tradition of beginning government meetings with prayer.
I always knew the first question I wanted to ask the great Ted Williams if I ever had a chance to question the great Hall of Fame slugger. It was about a statement attributed to him when he was a raw rookie with the Boston Red Sox.
On January 30 a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of ObamaCare's contraception mandate on behalf of Grote Industries, an Indiana-based automotive lighting manufacturer whose Catholic owners sued the government to permanently stop the rule because its abortion-pill provision violates their moral convictions.