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It is one of the Constitutionâ€™s accidentally great procedural features for deterring the concentration of political power.
As both Europe and the United States crackdown on international travel, one academic has a few notes on how the new coronavirus affects the situation abroad.
Even the socialists are not socialist at heart.
Harry and Meghan are leaving the British Royal family at the end of the month, but they still aren't being honest about why they're really leaving.
A "small" clarification by The New York Times reveals the immense flaws of its 1619 Project and its attempt to rewrite American history.
To constantly fear dying is to deny the joy of life. To give way to fear of death, or fear of coronavirus, is to live as if already dead.
Toys quickly morph into tools, and the use of the tool quickly outruns any philosophical reflection about the morality of the tool.
Countries that actually have single-payer universal health care demonstrate exactly why that would be a terrible way to address the coronavirus.
Jim Lehrer was the master of controlling candidates, and his humble attitude made sure the focus stayed on the politicians, not the moderator.
Many people claim they could never work from home, but studies show that for the most of people, working from home increases their productivity.
How do we handle that fear? Do we dismiss it entirely and become flippant in our response to life’s challenges?
Our promotion of public life over private life is divorced from reality and it is leading to divisions between the sexes and decreased happiness in life.
The outsourcing of American pharmaceutical production, coupled with porous borders, has left America vulnerable to disease outbreaks from around the world.
From the coasts to the Midwest, schools are continuing to try to replace parents, sometimes by way of outright deception.
New York's production of hand sanitizer doesn't solve the economic problem that over consumption during emergencies really hurts people in need.
Many American adults are reading at an elementary school level, with disastrous effects for themselves and the economy.
The responsibility for preventing the spread of the coronavirus falls much more on local governments than you might think.
Have Americans developed cultures too different from each other to maintain the stability of the United States' political boundaries?
We shouldn't dwell in mom guilt, but we also should be wary of trying to wave all of it away. Sometimes it can tell us something important.
When men can't find objects that women say are right in front of their faces, there's a reason for that.
While the mainstream media makes its money off exciting headlines, it is important to remain calm in regards to the coronavirus.
Voters are constantly concerned about the electability of candidates, but everyone views their preferred candidate with rose colored glasses.
Target's attempt to placate the Fight for 15 crowd has had disastrous effects on many of its employees in terms of their pay, hours, and benefits.
"If we have less children today, we going to have less parents tomorrow, and even less children and so forth, you know?"
Tulsi Gabbard regularly flouts certain aspects of Democratic orthodoxy. That may be harming her campaign, but it also makes her much more interesting.
Tariffs' beneficial effects have not been limited to the economy, despite the efforts of interested media parties to say otherwise.
Lots of politically charged medical terms are being thrown around, but it's important to know what these terms actually mean.
When every aspect of life is assumed under the label of political action it becomes very hard for people to simply live their lives.
When everything looks good and optimism is up, that’s a sure sign everything is about to tank.
Regardless of whether you think money buying elections is good or bad, the fact of the matter is that you're wrong in your base assumptions.
Standing up to our current political and cultural climates takes guts.
The interest rate is only going to get higher as Chinese production continues to be negatively impacted by the coronavirus.
The #MeToo movement has brought the realm of sexual relations back full circle so that marriage is the only logical place for sex.
“This isn’t working with these people here” sounds amusing when spoken by a child, but in the mouths of hateful adults, the words are a deadly poison.
The Communist superman that Trotsky anticipated remains just as much a work of fiction as DC Comic's Superman has always been.
Netflix's new dating show is yet another that offers the American public an extremely problematic view of what love ought to be.
Who is the sucker? He who doesn't understand modern art? Or he who affects to enjoy what is, in fact, an inferior work?
Michael Bloomberg has dropped out of the race for president, but his billions are still in play after he endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
What explains the rising literacy rates and rising levels of educational achievements is also what explains the regime’s ability to continually repress Cuban people.
The #MeToo movement is focused on the wrong group of people. We should be worried about the elites instead of the ordinary men in our lives.
The coronavirus pandemic underscores the fundamental fact that America can’t be great again until it restores its economic independence.
Joe Biden is now leading the race for the Democratic nomination after leapfrogging Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday.
Does America need more intellectually independent leaders?