All I saw were villains, saying predictable things and unwilling to learn and change.
Mass Shootings Aren’t Growing More Common – and Evidence Contradicts Common Stereotypes About the Killers
When 22 people were killed in El Paso, Texas, and nine more were killed in Dayton, Ohio, roughly 12 hours later, responses to the tragedy included many of the same myths and stereotypes Americans have grown used to hearing in the wake of a mass shooting.
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But it’s sometimes difficult to refrain from chuckling at the absurdities of its most devoted adherents.
As we cheapen human life, as we continue to demonize our enemies or see people as digits and statistics instead of as creatures of flesh and blood, the mass shootings and the murders on the streets of our cities will continue.
For their unorthodox views, some physicians are being treated as medical heretics. Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites.
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If you see some barbarian curling in the squat rack, take action. You may be surprised how drastically you alter someone’s worldview.
Could never-ending coverage in fact be contributing to the steady increase of mass shootings?
California isn’t nicknamed Commiefornia for nothing.
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One in ten Americans meet their spouse at work. However, in the mid-1990s, almost twice as many Americans met their spouse at work.
When it comes to Baltimore being a haven of appalling violent crime, Trump's not wrong. Although it has strict gun control laws, Baltimore's homicide rate is comparable to that of El Salvador and Venezuela.
A top British judge takes a crack at answering.
At most colleges, liberal arts are a joke. Real liberal arts colleges use the Socratic Method.
Christine Lindstrom and her family have been a part of the roadschooling movement for the last three years.
Frank Beard's “30 Days of Gas Station Food” experiment shows that Americans enjoy a a bevy of nutritious food options, even in the places we least expect them.
What to do when a Marxist mural depicting a dark side of American history is suddenly on the chopping block?
Is there something about the quiet, relaxed beauty of the outdoors that does something to refresh not only our bodies, but our souls as well?
True to form, Elon Musk has a new idea to improve humanity. But will it actually make us better?
The upcoming book, “Overdoing Democracy,” argues that polarization isn’t about where you get your news or how politicians are divided – it’s about how a person’s political identity is wrapped up with almost everything they do.
The most interesting Democrat running for president could be felled by a party that cares more about wokeness than war.
Here are four reasons that so many Americans own or want to own a gun.
If it is not hate speech or incitement to violence, why not permit it?
Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens.
It wasn’t always this way.
Listening to “Baby Shark” is akin to torture. Yet somehow that song has racked up a staggering three billion views on YouTube. Who is watching it? Why aren’t parents putting their feet down?
Feminists go ballistic over a romantic incident.