Ventura Highway in the sunshine Where the days are longer The nights are stronger Than moonshine You're gonna go I know -America
Today's daters are taking matters into their own hands. Seemingly no longer satisfied with the potential partners that life throws at them at work, in school and in their circle of friends, Statista's Katharina Buchholz reports that an increasingly
I was walking beneath the tightly packed, identical high-rise towers of Danga Bay, a new 20,000-person mixed-use development built entirely on reclaimed land in Johor Bahru, in the south of Malaysia, with my camera drawn.
The homeless community at a state-sanctioned campground in East Austin is organizing into their own town.
Demographic Armageddon: Japan's Births Drop To Lowest Since 1874 As Deaths Hit Highest Since World War II
The internet, the economy, and the housing market are driving a major decline in moving--a trend that may reshape communities over the coming decades.
Beginning in the early 1970s and continuing today, troubling socioeconomic trends have beset America's middle class. The trends include a declining percentage of children born to married parents, a declining percentage of children living with both
Cars are becoming expensive every day, so the buyers have no other option but to negotiate the prices vehemently. In order to make as much money from you as possible and keep their profits to the maximum, car dealers are looking for new ways to make
Co-founders of New Discourses, Dr. Peter Boghossian and Dr. James Lindsay, discuss the current tools of societal and institutional deconstruction being introduced throughout civilization under the banner of "Social Justice."
The op-ed below has a dateline of Scottsdale and mirrors my experience in living in a HOA in that city when a de facto hotel began operating in the townhouse next door to ours. "Hotel" guests with no concern for the community came and went at all ho
Across the developed world, birth rates have fallen to some of their lowest levels since the practice of annual record keeping began. In the US and Japan, according to the Daily Mail, birth rates have fallen to their lowest levels in decades, if not
I conducted interviews in Ghana, South Africa, and the U.S. in English, and did the rest with the help of interpreters. For the latter, translators also transcribed my audio recordings of the interviews into English. In editing the accounts, we cut m
Millennials are apparently holding off on dating, because it's too expensive.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the fertility rate in the United States has never been lower than it is right now.
Church attendance in the United States is at an all-time low, according to a Gallup poll released in April 2019.
Survey: Top Career Choice For American Kids Is To Be 'YouTubers'; For Chinese Kids 'An Astronaut'
A California restaurant is hoping to bring friends and family members together by asking them to lock away their cell phones in exchange for a free pizza.
Recent research supports the idea that this under-the-radar migration is already under way.
"The Skid Is Everywhere", And We Just Received More Confirmation That The Worst Is Yet To Come
Kanye West believes people are 'completely bullied' to think certain things and says all people are dealing with mental health issues
It is not a coincidence that the collapse of Western Civilization is being accompanied by a rampant mindlessness and reptilian reaction to events so contrary to the means by which this culture was created. Civilizations are created by individuals; th
China Says Its Social Credit System Has 'Restored Morality' by Blacklisting Over 13-Million People
My generation associated dystopias, such as George Orwell's 1984, with the Soviet Union, a country in which explanations were controlled and criticism of Stalin would land a person in the Gulag.
Region's per person GDP beats out Luxembourg, Singapore and Brunei
Japan's native population declined by 430,000 people in 2018, a record 0.21%.
Forget debt and deflation: the biggest threat to the global economy and the future of modern civilization as we know it, may be demographics, according to a recent Euromonitor study.
Rep. Justin Amash (MI-3) joins Matt Kibbe to talk about Twitter wars, his family's immigration to the US, and how to deal with the tribal warfare going on in our country right now. The guys geek out on Friedrich Hayek and find some hope for the fut
Fanatical devotion to your favorite sports team: fine (unless it's a white-dominated team such as Russia's 2018 World Cup squad or the 2009-10 Indiana Pacers).
The Boy Crisis: The Statistics Tell Us That American Boys Are Falling Behind In Just About Every Area
According to a brand new survey that was just conducted by the Pew Research Center, 77 percent of all Americans are either "very worried" or "fairly worried" about America's moral health.