Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggested Friday that the Supreme Court is deeply divided over its most-watched cases.
The rise of socialism is being driven by a shift in civic attitudes.
In the decades since the time of its publication, the context of Orwell’s magnum opus has been lost.
Has the Netherlands found the “Achilles heel” of Euthanasia? That’s the question quietly being asked in Dutch medical circles.
This week marks the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
According to Bernie Sanders, the core problems of the U.S. education system are racism and underfunding.
There is not a consensus among criminologists, sociologists, and historians that guns are the primary or driving factor behind US homicide rates.
The moon mission is an important anniversary in 2019, but we should also recall Ralph Abernathy’s preceding protest. He was telling our government to look homeward and put Americans first.
As Netflix attempts to strong-arm the state of Georgia, they may want to take time for some self-evaluation.
We are left with children who rely not on authoritative adults but on news from nowhere.
We may laugh at Ocasio-Cortez’s boundless hubris, but let’s learn from history.
A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won an NCAA national championship over Memorial Day weekend.
A mindset of “despair springs eternal” can create our destiny. And as more people embrace socialism, the more likely we will no longer live under the blessings of capitalism, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Without government, who would protect us from beach umbrellas?
Your car looks like a box. So does every other car. It’s boring, even shocking when you consider how awesome cars used to look. What’s gone wrong?
Sometimes being a slow learner can be a good thing.
Who is a United States citizen by birth?
Imagine FDR’s New Deal took the Paris Climate Agreement out for drinks, one thing led to another, and — voila — nine months later they had a baby: The Green New Deal.
Modern presidents routinely claim monarchical powers, using the military without proper authority.
Is this unprecedented? The first time America has dealt with collusion? Nope. History clearly shows we’ve been here before.
Once you drill down into the poll, you find out something very different from what the above finding suggests. It turns out that the same people who say they like socialism do not like government.
The perpetual war on history now has the father of our country in its sights.
When government pays for free college, it is risking the money of the average taxpayer.
Rather than expand the supply of housing, the California legislation is moving to shrink the supply of housing instead.
The College Board will now assign an “adversity score” to SAT test takers, “calculated using 15 factors including the crime rate and poverty levels from the student’s high school and neighborhood.”
Individuals should not have to engage in lengthy legal battles to avoid excessive fines and enjoy the liberty to peacefully do as they wish on their own property.
Female empowerment says women can be anything they want to be. But can they?
There’s one question that almost every American voter asks him- or herself when casting their vote for president. Has the incumbent’s – or the incumbent party’s – past performance in office been sufficient to merit another term?