There has been a lot chatter on the subject of late.
In an age when people are inundated with media, should the government be subsidizing it?
Would a decentralization movement actually result in more freedom and better government?
Can Trump's outsider status help him solve problems and heal a divided country?
Christiane Amanpour recently gave a speech condemning 'fake news' in our 'post-truth' culture. But did she fudge her own facts?
Does anyone think the designer will be sued and driven out of business for refusing to endorse Trump’s inauguration?
A writer at a current affairs magazine says yes.
Between 1949 and 1959, the per capita GDP in Cuba barely changed.
Contrary to the claims, a non-threatening post-it note is not a “hate crime.”
The left likes to characterize Trump as Hitler, but in actuality his campaign was largely based on the ideas of – wait for it – Alexander Hamilton.
Is it possible that we might go back to a plain, common sense Thanksgiving, uncorrupted by any PC-nonsense?
Unsubstantiated stories of Trump-induced violence and terror are flying across the internet faster than people can debunk them.
John F. Kennedy was killed before he could deliver the speech, but its words carry a message Americans need to hear.
The tendency to surround ourselves with people who share our moral purity concerns is contributing to social and political polarization.
According to a famous Russian thinker, it might not actually be a sign of "freedom and equality".
An Indian-American's true story shows how diversity-justified affirmative action excludes as many individuals based on their ancestry as it includes.
Not quite, at least not in the way the liberal intelligentsia mean it.
The alt-right has been described as a 'Dark Enlightenment' movement that seeks to dismantle mainstream conservatism.
It's a meltdown of epic proportions.
We asked readers what the 2016 election meant for America's future and that of the West. Here is what a few of you told us.
Confessions of a liberal filled with dread at the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency.
Liberals have made politics their religion.
Over the last 30 years, we’ve watched Congress cede vast responsibility to the executive branch.
The pope and many others fail to make a distinction between a wall designed to keep people in and a wall built to keep people out.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden recently popped up and offered his take on the presidential election.
I’m convinced our higher education system has lost just about every shred of common sense it had.
It is one of the Constitution’s accidentally great procedural features for deterring the concentration of political power.
The comedian known for his edgy humor ended his SNL monologue with a plea for unity at a time when Americans are deeply divided.