What happens when equality, racism, and diversity start to dominate curriculum?
John King is advocating for more civics education. But are his reasons for it flawed?
Actually, conservatism and liberalism share the same narrative.
"When we no longer believe we need a president’s plan, candidates will stop offering them."
According to a recent Rolling Stone article, we're living in the age of fear.
Theatre of the absurd at its finest.
“I didn’t set out to be a radical, I just wanted my kids swaddled at day care.”
Fear of government topped the list. Can you guess what didn’t make the cut?
Tacitus said it was a mark of a decadent society - have we reached that?
David Wong at Cracked explains how Donald Trump became president.
Israel and the UN have not been what one could call “chummy” in recent history. And they’re not likely to grow any closer after today, either.
If you’re looking for evidence that respect for human dignity is gone, look no further than the 2016 election cycle.
They are not only legally problematic but widely unpopular with the public.
Filmmaker and muckraking journalist James O’Keefe is the latest conservative kicked off the social media platform.
Don’t look now, but we might be in the early stages of major reversals of our two major parties on two major issues.
Republicans want voter ID laws. Democrats want more access to the ballot. Why do we have to choose?
Donald Trump’s call for a wall on America’s southern border is part of a global trend.
Douglas Muir, an adjunct professor for the University of Virginia, called Black Lives Matter racist and compared them to the KKK.
I have a problem. I don’t know whom to vote for this year.
There are lots of memes out there saying he did. But does the quote hold up under scrutiny?
“There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader," John Adams once said.
The best way “to raise emotional tyrants” is to “feed the beast.”
After the first presidential debate of 2016, CNN decided to see what the kids thought of the spectacle. The answer? Not much:
You might be surprised at the results.
The New York Times overpaid for its information.
‘All of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare and then the people who are out there busting it wind up with their premiums doubled...’
All candidates should be put to this ancient 3-prong test.
What do voters do when they consider all of the options bad?