A recent ruling by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals menaces free speech in condominiums, apartment buildings, and the Internet.
An EPA employee bought a 37-year membership at Super Sport gym and put it on his government credit card.
The timing of these decreases is not a coincidence.
A University of Texas at Arlington student took his own life after he was found responsible for harassment, a charge he vehemently denied.
Is it possible that this is what is driving the chaos we are witnessing in society?
The Los Angeles Times says colleges should stop squeezing students into 'free speech zones.'
It appears that many Americans base their views on whether a particular authority figure holds them.
Claremont McKenna College Says Students Who Disrupted Heather Mac Donald Speech May Face Repercussions
The president of Claremont McKenna College released a statement saying students who violated school policies "will be held accountable.”
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act (NMDA) is something Donald Trump should move to repeal. Let states decide.
Sometimes the bold is exactly what is needed in politics.
Despite Trump’s past tweets that the U.S. should “stay the hell out of Syria,” he decided the U.S. should back up international law.
Popular wisdom holds that Fascism and Communism were diametrical opposites. They weren't.
One school's experience suggests it wouldn't hurt.
It’s easy to offer slogans, but the real world of foreign conflicts rarely offer a clean choice between peace and war.
Thursday's rule change marks the long overdue denouement of a partisan process that began not in 2016 but 2003.
A former Yale student accused of sexual misconduct claims he was labeled a 'person of interest' because of a philosophy paper.
The Teen Who Wrote #BlackLivesMatter 100 Times on Stanford Application—and Got Accepted—is Emblematic of a Growing Problem
Is academic learning and achievement becoming secondary to social activism?
As the Gorsuch nomination process is showing, the days of bipartisanship in America are over.
American civic life is fracturing, and everyone knows it.
Baltimore’s new Democratic Mayor surprised her constituents by vetoing a minimum wage hike last week.
Neil Gorsuch's credentials are impeccable, his character and judicial temperament unassailable, and his reputation among peers is sterling.
'The Red Pill' began as a critical look at the Men’s Rights movement from the perspective of a feminist, but evolved into a sympathetic portrait.
In 1758, a young George Washington was seeking a seat in the Virginia burgess. You won't believe his bar tab.
Temps are rising, but data contradicts a direct cause and effect between CO2 levels and temperature increases.
Turkey's referendum presents a choice between parliamentary democracy and legally institutionalizing single-man rule.
New VA Secretary David Shulkin's crackdown on "people who don’t show up to work, do cocaine, and watch porn at work” is off to a bumpy start.
Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam warned that people divorced from community "are first and foremost among the supporters of extremism.”
The change in meaning came about somewhere around 1900 in English speaking countries. Tragic, but it's more than just a definition disfigurement.