It's not what you'd expect...
We live in a time when too much of our news resembles something between the Pravda and the Onion.
The writing is on the wall: The Equality Act is anything but.
The end of identity politics is that you end up in a class of one.
One study recently revealed that nine out of 10 college students admitted to cheating on their exams and papers.
As part of the “Operation Varsity Blues” case that federal prosecutors announced March 12, dozens of people – including Hollywood actresses and wealthy businessmen – stand accused of having bought their children’s way into elite colleges and universities.
Lawmakers Want to Give Voting Rights to Teens They Treat Like Toddlers with Compulsory Schooling Laws
Sixteen-year-olds may get permission to vote, but in school, they still need permission to use the bathroom.
The largest organization of labor unions in the U.S. slammed the Green New Deal for combating climate change by threatening the livelihoods of millions of Americans.
These examples are only the tip of the iceberg.
Mussolini's life offers deep, cautionary insights for contemporary politics.
As the issue of reparations for victims of slavery rages, we encounter a common problem: virtually no one is addressing the specifics of how such a reparations effort would be administered.
Those who “don’t remember history are condemned to repeat it.” But the hostile media apparently don’t remember history and are at it again.
Three years ago, I decided that I was neither male nor female, but nonbinary. Now, I want to live again as the man that I am.
If we truly believe men and women to be equal, then does that include the capacity for mistakes?
Women are constantly starring as victims of the male patriarchy, of inequality, of sexual/physical/emotional/abuse.
For centuries, people have immigrated to this country in search of the “American Dream.” Think about it. What other nation has the word “dream” attached to its name?
The Zogby and Harvard/Harris polls showing rising support for socialism among Democrats are not outliers.
Legislators in Hawaii moved this week to bring their concerns about the Second Amendment to the national level.
Interacting only with people that you agree with is not only impossible, but it also limits opportunity for persuasion and for intellectual growth.
Their coalitions are co-existing uneasily—which could mean a shift and even a third-party challenger.
The state relies on force to achieve its ends.
Why were so few of our ancestors shooting one another when guns could be bought as easily as soap, shoes, and slipcovers?
After being arrested and charged with practicing midwifery without a license last fall, a midwife in upstate New York is wondering whether or not she will go to jail for the work she has done for decades.
Big minimum wage hikes wipe out a lot of jobs.
Even though the parameters for euthanasia in the Netherlands are very wide, one member of Parliament wants to allow any one 75 years or older to be able to request euthanasia for any reason whatsoever.
While public opinion has softened toward socialism, the public’s perception of what socialism is has shifted.
Today the revolution has passed over the once-edgy Obama (“bring a gun to a knife fight”). Now to the Left he sounds more like a crabby Bill Cosby ranting about falling-down trousers.
The future will judge us. If we are fortunate, our descendants will extend to us more understanding and mercy than we have recently shown our ancestors.