Marybeth Hicks is a weekly columnist for the The Washington Timesand the founder and editor of OntheCulture.com, a blog for American women about the things that matter most.
Marybeth Hicks comments on the popular culture controversy that has everyone talking.
With the school year starting soon, here’s a sampling of questions from recent emails: Q. Our school district is revamping the curriculum to comply with the new Common Core State
Q. This week’s suspension of New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez and 12 other major league players for ties to performance-enhancing drugs is yet another example of celebrity athletes setting
Q. Pope Francis‘ recent comments about gays — meant to be loving and conciliatory — have unfortunately created tension in
Q. It’s the dog days of summer and I’m out of ideas to entertain my kids. For the past week,
Q. The aftermath of George Zimmerman’s trial in the death of Trayvon Martin has prompted many interesting and challenging conversations
To: Marybeth From: Patriotic Grandpa Our (otherwise delightful) grandchildren seem to have no concept of American patriotism. By the time
What’s the right age to let children ride their bikes to friend’s houses? Isn’t it just safer to drive them?
From: Always the Bad Guy? My husband thinks it’s OK for our 12-year-old to get a Facebook page. I say
To: Marybeth From: Bracing myself for obnoxious relatives Summer is coming, and that means it’s time for our annual family