Caught on Video: There’s a new controversy brewing in Chicago.
On this day in 1792, George Washington issued the first presidential veto in American history.
A surprising opinion piece by a Dutch political commentator.
A tiresome false dichotomy bedevils political debate about the causes of poverty.
If it’s the Constitution, we’re in trouble.
In our quest to get more impoverished kids into college, have we actually doomed them to a life of greater poverty?
'Bridge of Spies' gives us an perceptive take on what it is to be an American.
The average adult spends 4 1/2 hours a day watching it.
Sanders-Style Economics Will Undo Any Large Society
This week, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested during an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that women who have abortions should be “punished” in some form.
In the case Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the Supreme Court announced a 4-4 vote on March 29, 2016. The tie was due to the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. For teachers unions around the country it was a great victory that would have likely not happened. FDR likely would have been disappointed.
Can you guess which country was named the world’s top human rights violator
The story probably reinforces Bernie’s position on money and politics.
They will be without the ability or tools to think through and analyze media messages.
The truth behind why our behavior is increasingly regulated and restricted at almost every level.
Government can establish a legal order in which you can pursue happiness, but it cannot give you happiness.
Is there a streak of anti-whiteness running through our institutions of higher education?
A screenshot of a Craigslist ad raises some questions.
The terrorist attack in Brussels pales in comparison to the Easter attack in Pakistan.
Pope Francis called for ‘weapons of love’ in the wake of the ISIS attack on Brussels. If a previous Pope had made a similar call to arms, Christendom might not exist today.
In the quest for equality, will millennials actually find themselves under more constraint and bondage than they could have imagined?
Camille Paglia demolished the Republican field this week. But one candidate did receive praise as “smart, intuitive and a quick study.”
“Researchers have long noticed that an oddly large number of jihadists have engineering backgrounds.”
There was a time when intellectuals in the West were enthralled with Communism and viewed Lenin and Stalin in heroic terms.
Russian political activist Garry Kasparov decried the West’s “complacency and retreat” from the fight against Islamic terrorism in the wake of the terrorist attack in Brussels.
The Brussels attacks reveal an open society isn't the problem.
It would certainly come in handy during the political season...
President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba was entertaining, if not productive