Minimum wage laws have a long and dirty history in social engineering and eugenics.
Politicians in both parties are rallying around the President as he does what is necessary necessary and takes on China's unfair trade policies.
A doctor who knows explains how government run health care is more expensive, less efficient, and leads to lower quality care.
The history of the 19th Amendment isn't as well known as one would hope. The party that backed women's suffrage the most ardently might surprise some people.
There are a variety of lessons to be drawn from how the Allied governments conducted themselves during World War II. Some of those messages may be more in tune with our current political climate than we care to admit.
What remains of 1969? One might recall some of Fonda’s last words in Easy Rider, “We blew it,” and think of them as an epitaph for an era as well as a film.
It is unclear exactly why this has become something of a lost art.
Everything has a trade-off, no matter what 1-800 number politician is on the line.
To paraphrase Orwell, thought corrupts language and language corrupts thought.
The “salad bowl” philosophy informs every word of the Golden State’s proposed curriculum for a new high school graduation requirement.
It’s about time.
The New York Police Department received a total of 2,916 detainer requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement between July 1, 2018, and June 30 of this year, according to data first obtained by the New York Daily News. Despite the high volume of requests during that time period, every single one was ignored by the NYPD.
Those who argue against Trump's immigration policies by looking abroad are in serious error.
The Soviet Union is gone, thrown into the dustbin of history, but a lesson remains from those Russian visitors.
With a new school year upon us, we’d like to offer kids a cheat-sheet on a few basic concepts to navigate today’s troubled political waters.
Biden is not claiming no gun ownership is to be allowed. Instead, he's just saying people don't need guns beyond what's necessary for personal defense.
The main difference between public libraries and public schools is the level of coercion and state power that public schooling wields.
We should ask these questions calmly, looking for real answers. If we frame them as valid inquiries, if we are seeking truth, we may not change minds, but we just might cause someone to think.
The mood in the wake of dozens of dead in mass shootings is, understandably, to “do something.” But it is precisely the vagueness of this “something” that presents an enormous danger.
In the wake of recent horrific shooting sprees, Donald Trump and other Republicans wishing to appear to “do something” have seized the purported “middle ground”: red flag laws.
A firsthand account of Cultural Marxism in the university setting.
The wave of regretters is coming.
In the absence of reform, expect the Post Office to keep racking up the losses.
The reaction to the news Saturday morning that sex-trafficker-to-the-stars Jeffrey Epstein reportedly had committed suicide while in federal custody was nearly universal: No one was buying the “official” story.
Time will tell if Yang will be successful in expanding the Democratic party platform to include conversations about the America population they seem to have disenfranchised.
There’s nothing crazy about the Epstein conspiracy theory. In fact, it’s banal. But the banal truth must be suppressed at all costs.
This is the way of socialism. Is it time we as Americans start rejecting this way at every opportunity?
It's clear that laws of this magnitude should not be passed as an emotional or political response to an event, even a tragic one.