“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?
One of Virginia’s top lawmakers said registering dead people to vote does not constitute voter fraud, according to a Washington Post report.
Could an alternative political system called epistocracy solve our problems?
They'll have to at the 2017 chess championship in Iran.
"‘I henceforth shall be referred to as: 'His Majesty, Grant Strobl.'"
Judge Learned Hand wrote one of the great defenses of tax avoidance.
Watch a man wearing a a "Make American Great Again" hat get cornered, beaten, and chased by a mob.
Students fork out $1.3 billion a year in order to learn the basic material their high schools were supposed to teach them.
Free speech is essential to freedom itself.
Jane Austen's Marianne Dashwood is a perfect example of today's society, whose every action seems to hinge on an emotional outbreak.
Like many Americans, I tuned in last night to catch part of the first presidential debate.
Bread and circuses
Hillary and The Donald aren't the only ones who stand to benefit from these tips.
The NYT mentioned George Zimmerman's race in the first paragraph of Trayvon Martin shooting. Brentley Vinson's race is mentioned in the 30th.
Looting and rioting in Charlotte doesn’t help your cause.
Is it time we put to rest the idea that homeschoolers are social outcasts?
America’s top fast food chain has fired 70 American accountants and replaced them with foreign workers, reports say.
According to the New York Times, there is an underlying layer of racism driving Denmark's immigration policies.
Six theories from “The Clash of Civilizations.”
'No longer are our debates about government. They are about the nation. Do we have one? What are its interests? Who benefits from it?'