Evelyn Farkas, a former assistant defense secretary under President Obama, explained why she and others disseminated intel on Team Trump.
"Coping with propaganda requires a widespread critical intelligence, which is largely the product of education."
While promoting her new book, Camille Paglia was asked about Jordan Peterson’s act of civil disobedience. She didn't hold back.
Is federalism making a comeback?
Julie’s Greenroom provides two excellent examples for why the arts do not need public funding.
In "The End of Ideology," Daniel Bell defined ‘ideology’ as “a set of beliefs... [that] seek to transform the whole of a way of a life."
University of Ottawa professor Jennifer A. Chandler pointed out that combining organ donation with euthanasia could be ethically problematic.
Donald Trump's top strategist said limited government Republicans are not "living in the real world."
In his 1951 essay “Neo-Liberalism and its Prospects,” Milton Friedman predicted a retreat of collectivism few saw coming.
Only they might not be the values you want the kids to have.
Forget the housing bubble. These graphs show we're heading for some serious problems in the auto and student loan arenas.
Feminist author Fay Weldon suggests that it is men, not women, who can now claim victimhood status.
Fascism wasn't built just on hate. It also promised robust social welfare to people fearful of unbridled capitalism.
Neil Gorsuch’s judicial philosophy, based heavily on natural law theory, was inspired by his intellectual mentor at Oxford University.
The New York Times has a habit of carelessly using the phrase 'far right,' Jeffrey Tucker writes.
“Islamists want a Sharia compliant society,” Ayaan Hirsi Ali said. “Whoever is in their way is their enemy."
Societies with weak or nonexistent judicial systems may control persistent disruptive behavior by accusing the disruptive person of being a witch.
A Florida creamery sues the government and wins the right to be truthful in its advertising.
Walter Reed Middle School is one of nine L.A. schools facing potentially steep cuts because of an increase in their white student populations.
"The robust discussion I have always sought to expose my students to doesn’t seem to be worth it anymore."
When government gets involved in healthcare, everything looks like another number, another statistic.
We the Internet TV's short documentary “Silence U Part 2: What has Yale Become?" is a masterpiece.
Despite public perceptions to the contrary, extreme poverty has declined significantly, to the point where its end may actually be in sight.
In 1982 a University of Texas student stumbled on a proposed constitutional amendment that was never ratified. So he did something about it.
More is at stake than just Trump’s credibility.
The media is committing many of the same heresies against truth that Donald Trump is.
The more government tries to “help,” the more the poor are denied choice, mired in dependency, exploited by bureaucrats and politicians.
Will this revolutionize the healthcare industry?