Should American courts protect such ugly viewpoints from spreading through social media avenues like Twitter?
Keep in mind, these are the idiots sending messages like this on government devices.
The raccoon that scaled the UBS building in Saint Paul, Minnesota took Twitter by storm.
Lionel Shriver was sacked by Penguin Random House for penning an op-ed critical of the company's new diversity policy.
Being on the right side of history depends on what we mean by history itself.
Philosopher Thomas Nagel hopes there is no God... but one aspect of faith makes him uneasy in his atheistic beliefs.
The Supreme Court did well to remind us that the First Amendment protects expression even and especially when Americans go to vote.
“Pay attention. Confront chaos. Accept responsibility. Make the world a better place.”
For an event that claims to promote tolerance, the tone was quite hostile.
We can now rest easy knowing that the next time we are accosted with the infamous question about roads, we can look to Domino’s as a beacon of free-market innovation of a public good.
Whatever your marital affairs may be, having anything to do with adultery–cheating–is not in your best interest.
Today’s children are experiencing a barrage of new books – in school, in libraries, and even at home – which encourage them to fight for social justice, to question the past and its authorities, to assert their own opinions and fight for them.
No matter how conciliatory President Trump is, for peace to occur, Kim Jong-un is going to have to decide to retire from organized crime and allow North Korea to prosper by becoming a nation producing and trading legal goods and services.
A Northeastern University professor’s Washington Post op-ed “Why Can’t We Hate Men?” has received a flood of negative feedback.
Research on who ends up getting into Ivy League schools shows just how much more difficult it is for Asian students to do so than other ethnic groups.
This is yet another sign of the dawning of a new era of American politics; this is the return of actual political life.
In April 1945, three days before his death, Adolf Hitler expressed regret that he'd 'been so kind.'
Ronald Reagan Challenged Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev to ‘Tear Down’ the Berlin Wall 31 Years Ago Today
On this day (June 12) President Ronald Reagan gave what is probably his most famous and influential speech — the “Berlin Wall speech” — at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin, Germany on June 12, 1987.
To some radical trans activists, “TERFs”— a slur for females who critique gender ideology—deserve to be murdered for denying that someone with a man’s body can really be a woman.
Five facts you should know about the Kim family, the secretive autocratic regime that has ruled North Korea for more than sixty years.
The Miss America Pageant announced last week that it will no longer be a pageant, a word which the Macmillan Dictionary defines as 'a competition between young women in which judges decide who is the most beautiful.'
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Sunday expressed regret over eating at Chick-fil-A because of the chicken company’s CEO’s personal views on gay marriage.
This is my life: Imagine a dagger thrust into your solar plexus. Now imagine that dagger with you at every step of life, whether it be the mundane or the joyous, such as the birth of your child or the celebration of a wedding anniversary. Grinding, penetrating, endless pain.
Don't forget the sun screen.
The technology that allowed Marty McFly to travel back in time in the 1985 movie Back to the Future was the mythical flux capacitor, designed by inventor Doc Brown.
It’s about the importance of recalling that you are but one small part of an interconnected whole.
With the sudden passing of designer Kate Spade and TV personality Anthony Bourdain—both of whom authorities believe took their own life—it’s easy to wonder if an epidemic of suicide is upon us.
The question is not as crazy as it sounds.