Despite all the threats of spiritual and criminal mayhem, Halloween represents perhaps the most effective day of the year to foster community.
A Gates Foundation report warning that Africans are having too many kids prefaced more pointed anti-fertility remarks this week from France’s president, Emmanuel Macron.
More than anything, ‘Scrubs’ is the story of how J.D.’s entrance into the adult world was shaped and supported by his friends.
The concerns and anxieties that beset our culture will not be addressed only by reminders of material abundance provided by free market economics.
Better Angels sets up ‘red-blue workshops’ in which an equal number of conservative and progressive adults talk about their differences within a structured format.
Senator Mike Lee and Director of the Social Capital Project Scott Winship share what they found in measuring a unique cross of data of American communities.
A compelling argument can be made that as America’s economic capital increased, its social capital declined. Both are affecting the opioid epidemic.
A healthy community will help parents who don’t have the means to protect their children, and a state that can’t figure out how to properly balance freedom and safety.
A genuine cure must include cultural revival in which religious communities come alongside individuals and families to reweave the frayed ends of broken relationships.
Creating children likely to grow up into productive adults and capable citizens is non-negotiable to the nation’s long-term health, both socially and fiscally.
These law-school faculty prove the Left has become so Puritanical and rigid that any positive reflection on the post-war period is immediately ‘racist.’ This isn’t history—it’s religion.
The publication of Rod Dreher’s ‘The Benedict Option’ provoked a series of discussions about what it means to ‘withdraw from the world’ and whether we should.
With an auditorium packed to hear best-selling ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ author J.D. Vance, Heritage Foundation scholars unveiled the 2017 Index of Culture and Opportunity.
Our fragmented republic needs a reinvigoration of community, social capital, private associations, and familial wellbeing, said panelists unveiling Heritage’s 2017 Index of Culture and Opportunity.
Bre Payton and Gracy Olmstead discuss recent studies and reactions to various spheres of American culture.
David Brooks bemoaned elitism’s effect on upward mobility on Tuesday. But that isn’t the only thing keeping our society fragmented and unsuccessful.
I am glad I am this old so I don’t have to live in this cold, uncaring world for 50 more years. Many Americans appear to have become shallow, immoral, intolerant, and hateful.
Charles Murray is an eminent social scientist who should be receiving the nation’s highest honors rather than be subjected to humiliating public floggings.
Social capital depends on real presence. It’s the sort of connection that only happens via geographic proximity, not on social media.
What does Jane Jacobs have to teach us today? Are her observations on city communities still applicable to today’s urban environments?
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