February 27, 2015 RSS feed / Commentary

The unsinkable R.B.G.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn’t planning on going anywhere any time soon. More...

Straight talk for white men

Supermarket shoppers are more likely to buy French wine when French music is playing, and to buy German wine when they hear German music. That’s true even though only 14 percent of shoppers say they noticed the music, a study finds. More...

Catherine Furbish, a botanical pioneer

Catherine “Kate” Furbish was born May 19, 1834, in Exeter, New Hampshire, the eldest child and only daughter of Benjamin and Mary Lane Furbish. The family relocated to Brunswick, shortly after her birth. More...

Ethics & Faith

Stop the Roe v. Wade of marriage

“Like a tank in Tiananmen Square, the homosexual agenda has run over us,” says Janet Folger Porter in her compelling new film which David Barton says “may be the most important documentary on marriage yet.” More...