Prudence is a Virtue
Adam Gurri, The Umlaut
[P]rudence is a virtue, that caring for oneself and one’s closest friends and family members is as much a moral question as one’s duty to strangers, or one’s civic obligations.
Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review
What has changed since 1993 is American liberalism’s view of religious freedom.
Women’s Empowerment Starts with Economic Freedom
Charlotte Florance and Ana Quintana, The Foundry
While the status for women has improved overall, women in all corners of the world still suffer from gross injustices. In many developing countries that have laws to “protect” women, there is little enforcement.
The Common Core Is Driving the Changes to the SAT
Lindsey Tepe, The Atlantic
The recently announced redesign will bring the test in line with the standards.