Five years in the making, ‘America Lost’ offers perspective on the decline of once-thriving U.S. communities — and how they might find rebirth.
If you don’t think you need the people in your community, you can afford to insult them, treat them rudely, or buy the entire shelf of wheat flour at the local grocer.
Despite ongoing challenges, this New York community has come together to support its members, showing the rest of America how fighting a pandemic is done.
The ‘CDC has recommended that at-risk populations stay in their homes to avoid exposure, and that communities put in place social distancing practices to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus.’
Growing a family may be the number one contribution you can make to a happy life for yourself. And you only have about a quarter of your adult life to make it happen.
Millions of people are just like me, isolated in the midst of a crowd, lacking a true community, and wondering, ‘Who are these people?’
Conservatives know how to resist the bad ideas of the left. We are less sure how to restrain or mitigate the harm that markets and new technologies can do to social cohesion and communities.
There are many Janets in our country, people longing for the ‘close-knit community’ she mourns, something that once supported many of us almost by default.
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.
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