A sobering comparison of the results of the Inquisition and secular torture.
The term is getting thrown around a lot these days.
Throughout history, and with only the rarest of exceptions, freedom has been far removed from the center of political events.
The late G. A. Cohen, an iconic political philosopher of the left who taught at Oxford, offered a thoughtful defense of socialism.
Obesity is a major health risk in the United States, where 65 percent of adults are overweight.
Kennedy encouraged modern males to transcend the traditional ideal of provider and embrace hip new guidelines promoting excitement.
The number of prime-age men in the labor force is declining with each generation.
Are border walls really effective?
There is no rational case for communism... so why do people go for this stuff?
England ditched free college because it only increased inequities between rich and poor.
They seem like prudent steps. The problem is that few universities seem committed to promoting intellectual diversity and tolerance.
Has the diminishment of one part of the First Amendment led to the squelching of another?
Universal preschool may seem like a positive benefit to parents, but it can limit early childcare choices for many families.
If Pope Francis wishes to identify institutions that breed conflict and poverty, he'd do better by turning his attention to states and big banks.
Communist countries have enshrined May Day as one of their most important holidays, often marked by elaborate workforce parades.
Writers at Vice and Gizmodo recently displayed a profound unprofessionalism in their expletive-filled rants toward NYT columnist Bret Stephens.
Attkisson was told by Department of Justice officials her request was denied because there was no evident “urgency to inform the public.”
The hare-brained idea of a “border adjustment tax” is toast.
“Any campus speaker who arouses a protest is at risk of a beating,” says NYU professor Jonathan Haidt.
By exchanging objectivity for the tribal mentality, have universities fallen on their sword and done themselves in years ago without realizing it?
What separates Heineken’s commercial is that it’s not preaching politics to us; it’s telling people to get over politics.
Each year, Earth Day is accompanied by predictions of doom.
Let’s take a look at past predictions to determine just how much confidence we can have in today’s environmentalists’ predictions.
Do millennials live in ideological bubbles because they feel safe?
Using cash seized by drug lords to beef up border security looks like good policy and good politics.
The latest research by developmental psychologists shows that American children are not competent at crossing busy streets until they are at least 14.
Marching is an expression of subjective emotions. Science is an attempt to put subjectivity aside to discover how nature works.
Over the weekend, The Washington Post brought an interesting West Virginia school fight to the forefront.
Neil deGrasse Tyson released a new video on what he sees as a growing anti-intellectualism in the U.S..