Here are the top takeaways from Trump’s U.N. speech:
One of the greatest takedowns of the minimum wage you’ll ever find comes from an unlikely place.
Disturbing new polls suggest voters only believe sexual assault when the other party is accused of it.
Pips Bunce is Director / head of global markets core engineering strategic programs for Credit Suisse. Surprisingly, Pips is not a trans woman, and has no desire to transition.
The question should not be, "Do guns prevent crime?" The question should be, "Are guns useful at resisting crime?"
For decades, universities have drifted further and further away from their true purpose. Now they are taking the rest of the world with them.
Underfunded state pension plans are becoming a pressing problem for state governments. Even a wealthy state like Oregon is moving towards a crisis.
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez's expensive suit and clothes don't contradict her Socialism. On the contrary, they are perfectly consistent with historical Socialist practice.
California’s politicians seem to believe only some ideas are welcome—if those ideas have been “fact-checked” by the heavy hand of government-sponsored boards.
Americans should be thankful not only for the rare genius that assembled in Philadelphia in 1787 to draft the Constitution, but for the unique circumstances under which they met.
A new study is out that examines the risk of suicide among transgender teens. The results confirm a long pattern of data.
It's a whole different game when you're asked to open your wallet...
She spoke with a nostalgic smirk on her face while recounting her 96-3 confirmation vote.
Does the NFL actually want the Colin Kaepernick controversy to continue?
How old must a girl be to consent to a mastectomy?
The results of the study raise serious questions about how families, schools, doctors, government, and the media should grapple with the increasing number of children and teens who self-identify as transgender.
Claims of "treason" from both sides of the aisle show complete ignorance of the term's meaning.
Once the “privileged” sex with many advantages, the American male now seems to be fighting an uphill battle to maintain a fair and reasonable position in society.
Seventeen years after Pearl Harbor the United States presided over a stable world order and a robust, growing economy. Seventeen years after 9/11, the United States looks weaker and poorer while the world looks less stable.
Is the Mark Knight cartoon of Serena Williams racist? It depends on where you sit.
Just another day in the brave new world of transgender ideology.
Serious publishers are loath to publish anonymous accusations, although they make exceptions for contributors whose lives may be at risk. But that’s not true here.
As a college teacher, I try to listen to all points of view, and I want students to feel they can speak up in class to express their own thoughts, and to challenge anything I say in class.
The director and the star of “First Man,” a forthcoming film about Neil Armstrong and Apollo 11, are congratulating themselves for leaving out one of the most dramatic moments in spaceflight.
Activists are calling a gubernatorial candidate racist for using the term “monkey this up.” The press is spreading these charges while failing to reveal that others have used this phrase in the same way: as a synonym for “mess things up.”
Hundreds of thousands ended up in Germany after an invitation from Angela Merkel. But now that ISIS has been defeated and the Syrian civil war is winding down, why are refugees continuing to come?
What kind of twisted mindset demands obedience from others? A mindset that loves power.
Isn't that the whole point of libraries in the first place?