The Education Secretary nominee doesn’t have an advanced degree or a wealth of professional education experience—and that could help her succeed.
Donald Trump may seem like the last person in the world who could unify us, but one has to admit: he's shown a knack for exceeding expectations.
We live in an Alice-in-Wonderland world...
Would President Trump, Democrats, Republicans, and Independents do well to put the recent past behind and take Jefferson’s sage advice to heart?
His current net worth is $12.2 million. But that's just the beginning.
It's time we got beyond this commonly employed logical fallacy.
PolitiFact claimed the '‘clear and convincing’ standard is used in criminal trials.” It's not.
Critics are riled that the Education Secretary nominee supports an organization opposed to mandates that undermine due process on college campuses.
It first made its appearance during the sexual revolution, but has now been taken to a whole new level.
Media wrestle with who belongs in a ‘women’s march’.
Many women find themselves terrified of raising male children in 'Trump's America.'
In an age in which sexual and racial identity dominate American politics, it’s a question that seemed to be on a lot of minds.
Voting is a basic civic duty in a democracy. But are incentives to vote actually helpful?
Can you guess what happened next?
“Here it is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and I’m supposed to be all upset that Trump attacked John Lewis...."
It all comes down to two things, says an Iraqi-born writer.
Important words to remember during these difficult times.
Popular culture often overlooks that MLK's ideas and rhetoric were steeped in the Western tradition.
With a Trump presidency at hand an inescapable historical irony deserves to be noted.
It's a pervasive idea in politics, art, and culture.
Is it time to do away with hyphenated hate?
It can teach a crucial lesson on the importance of tax visibility.
Who is better equipped to help the poor: bureaucracy or caring citizens?
In a blistering op-ed, one native of Chicago explains why he's giving up on Chi-Town.
College administrators have turned their campuses into “surveillance” states.
Nat Hentoff, a fearless intellectual and champion of civil rights, died last week.
A Michigan man's ticketing for warming up his car on a frigid day brings to mind something Bertrand Russell wrote on "petty power."
A once 'vibrant and useful discipline' has experienced a sad decline, writes Charles Kupfer.