Millennial Generation Rejects Affirmative Action In MTV Survey

Last week, MTV released the results of a survey the pop-culture network commissioned as part of a larger, agenda-driven project to normalize cultural outliers, emphasize racial prejudices and, in the company’s own words, “address bias.” Apparently, a lot of kids who watch MTV are sick of affirmative action.

Another Test Case In Government’s Ongoing Push To Define ‘Real’ Journalism

Government’s interjection into the ongoing debate about what constitutes “real” media took another turn this week, when advocates for a nonprofit seeking to assert its 1st Amendment protections appealed to overturn a lower court’s narrow interpretation of what constitutes journalism.

South Carolina Republicans Censure Lindsey Graham Only One Month Before Primary Election

The best that Republican challengers hoping to unseat incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) can hope for in next month’s South Carolina primary election is that somebody will force him into a runoff election. But there’s a lot of antipathy toward Graham among South Carolina conservatives.

States With Democratic Governors Raise Taxes; Those With Republicans Lower Them

If the Republican Party is working for the people who vote their candidates into office anywhere at all, it appears to be happening in the States, where the election of GOP Governors and lawmakers tends to correlate to results that reflect the party’s platform more closely than at the Federal and executive levels.