We should empower young adults to make responsible choices, not choose for them.
It's not just for losers and dropouts any more.
Parents — not the nanny state — should protect kids from pixelated sex and violence.
Should the government be inventing laws to shame people into their healthy lifestyle choices?
Isn't watching families crumble a rather unhealthy form of entertainment?
I'm tired of all the media-induced panic about the environment, and I'm more tired of the people that react to it with a Chicken Little mentality.
Is the fact that 17 young girls from the same town accidentally got pregnant any better than a "pregnancy pact?" In many ways, it's worse.
It's not teen celebrities or hit movies who are to blame for the reported "pregnancy pact." The true culprits are much closer to home.
A growing number of parents are facing criminal charges for knowingly serving alcohol to children at parties.
Shocking charges by a disgraced referee are music to the ears of die-hard Sacramento Kings supporters.
A new "Wall of Shame" policy in Long Island makes one ask: are our drunk driving laws so ineffective that we have to resort to humilation as punishment and deterrent?
For many Star Wars geeks, the world ended 25 years ago with Return of the Jedi — and realizing that George Lucas cares more about merchandising than the purity of his own grand vision.
No matter what one thinks of their lifestyle, residents of the Yearning For Zion Ranch deserve to get their children back — for now.