The Best and Worst Moments of ‘Barbie’

Division and polarization have been a part of the human experience since the beginning of time. Infighting can occur even among those who have many of the same worldviews, such as church congregations or political parties. In 2023 it appears that the cause of recent division within the conservative movement is none other than…the Barbie […]

“Virtual learning negatively impacts kids” by Julia Canzano

This piece originally appeared in the Herald-Tribune on April 5, 2021. My mother is a kindergarten teacher who – like many educators across the country – was anxious to welcome her students and get back to teaching this school year. Her school in Florida has a student body of 300, and it has been open for in-person teaching […]

“Women don’t need state-mandated quotas to succeed” by Krista Chavez

This piece was originally published in the Orange County Register on January 24, 2020. In 2018, California became the first state in the U.S. to mandate that corporate boards of directors include women. A new lawsuit from the Pacific Legal Foundation questions whether this law violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment by […]